Get OFF with Keith Morris

Brooklyn Vegan had the chance to interview Keith Morris of OFF (Bug Lamp, Circle Jerks, and Black Flag). American Hardcore Punk Royalty! I had a chance to meet Keith and talk with him in SF when he was singing for his band Bug Lamp, he is a really cool and down to earth. Read the full interview with OFF at Brooklyn Vegan, and make sure to check out the music.

A Brief Interview with Cleon Peterson

Cleon Peterson is one hell of a talented artist. His new show Daybreak opens at New Image Art in Los Angeles this Saturday (11/20). We caught a couple moments of his time for some questions leading up to this display of massive, master works.

Rog R. Roc

The Hundreds recently posted a great interview with sometime contributor, plastic charm necklace wearer, and full-time hustler Roger Gastman. If only he had given them a pic of that Bethesda tattoo…

Read it here

An Interview with Dave Schubert

Dave Schubert opens a new show at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco this Saturday. We sat down for a few questions.

An Interview and Studio Visit with Bill Plympton

Every morning Bill Plympton wakes up at six, goes to his drawing board, gets a piece of bond and a No. 2 pencil and sits down to the business of animating the indelible, noirish figures that have garnered cult status as Plymptoons. What began in high school with drawings of bugs and plants for the Portland Yellow Pages has grown into an empire that encompasses political cartoons, animated shorts, features, advertisements, music videos (his first for Madonna; his latest for Kanye), and a forthcoming Rizzoli book (Independently Animated: Bill Plympton) with a Terry Gilliam forward. Along the way he’s filled his shelves full of awards, not to mention earned two Oscar nods. On the eve of the release of his latest feature, Idiots & Angels, we caught up with the industrious illustrator at his Chelsea studio to talk about the new feature, working with Kanye (vs. Weird Al), and what’s really going down on the animator groupie circuit.

—Michael Slenske

photographs by David Potes

An interview with Stanley Donwood and John Matthias

Stanley Donwood currently has an exhibition Over Normal on display at San Francisco’s FIFTY24SF. We sat down with the artist, and his collaborator John Matthias for a couple questions.

A Brief Interview with Jason Alper

Jason Alper is an artist with a fantastic sense of humor and style. Caroline Ryder sat down with the artist briefly to get some insight from the artist before his show “Proletarian Drift and the Enfranchisement of the Bourgeoisie in the 21st Century” opens at Guy Hepner in Los Angeles this Saturday.

An Interview with Greg Lamarche

Greg Lamarche opens a new show, Materialism, alongside Aaron Noble at Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco this Saturday. Alex Lukas sat down with the NY-based artist and brought back some great words.

An Interview & Studio Visit with David Cook

Our friend Alix McAlpine caught up with Brooklyn artist David Cook at his Greenpoint home/studio before he packed up for his show at White Walls in San Francisco, opening this Saturday, August 14th.

A Conversation with KAWS curator Mónica Ramírez-Montagut

Our friend Jeff at The Art Collectors did this nice interview

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A Brief Interview with AJ Fosik and Bill McRight

AJ Fosik and Bill McRight have a new show, Count Back From Nothing, opening up at David B. Smith Gallery in Denver tonight. I asked them a couple questions.

A Brief Interview With Artist and Animator Devin Flynn

Our friend Zio sat down with the extremely talented, and creative Devin Flynn for a couple questions earlier this week. Flynn is part of ZPFfffft!!! with Gary Panter, and Bob Zoell which opens at the Scion Gallery this Saturday, June 19th.
Also, have a look at Devin and Gary Go Outside which is available through PictureBox Inc.

“No, I’m not Banksy.”

Juxtapoz interviews old London graffiti artist Robbo

A Brief Interview with Mike Stilkey

Mike Stilkey has the honor of opening the inaugural show at Hurley’s new gallery, )( Space, in Costa Mesa.  We took a moment to talk with the artist about art, skateboarding, and books.  “Reminiscent” opens at )( Space Gallery this Saturday, June 5th, 2010,  from 6-10 p.m.  and is located at Hurley Headquarters, 1945 Placentia Ave., Costa Mesa, CA.  The Longboards Ice Cream truck and the Kogi Taco Truck will be there as well for dinner and dessert.

More info and RSVP here


Shift Magazine has a nice interview with Yuichi Yokoyama around his nex exhibition All Documentation on Neo Manga which is currently on display at the Kawasaki Museum in Japan.

A brief interview with Pose

Pose just opened up a great show this past Saturday at Known Gallery with KC Ortiz.  We showed you pics yesterday and now we follow-up with a couple questions with the man himself.

A brief interview with KC Ortiz about Forced Rebellion

KC Ortiz opens a new show Forced Rebellion at Known Gallery in Los Angeles tonight.  We caught a couple minutes of his time and asked some questions.

An Ages Old Interview with Mike Giant

Found this while looking through dated versions of Tribal’s website on the Web Archive

How was it coming up in Albuquerque?
Coming up in Albuquerque was really fresh. Doc from LA, Agree from NY, and Stack from Seattle really shaped the scene. Albuquerque writers like myself came up around lots of dope styles. I feel like I was schooled well and was fortunate enough to come up in a town where paint was easy to get and there was an endless supply of good walls. We also had chill train yards and the cops weren’t really hip to graffiti like they are now. I have a lot of love for my roots in Albuquerque.

How long have been writing?
I’ve been writing for a little over 7 years.

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BRET EASTON ELLIS is allergic to New York Right now

He also has a new book, Imperial Bedrooms coming out next month.

Read a fantastic interview here in Vice’s new Catholic Guilt Issue

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