Today is Ratcatcher’s Day. To celebrate, Todd Francis drew a picture of a rat giving the whole world the finger, and Crombie wrote a story about the time he saw a rat infestation so awful it rivaled the horrors of war.
The third installment of Deeds, Not Words opens tomorrow night at Slow Culture. See some of the photos from the show here.
Directed by Brandon Jenson, watch Kevin ‘Spanky’ Long and Josh Harmony cruise around town to catch artists like Aaron De La Cruz and Jeff McMillan turn a drab wall into a work of art for Pow! Wow! Long beach.
RVCA just dropped their newest edition of the ANP Quarterly, and it’s packed full of goodies. Cant find a copy? Subscribe to Monster Children and we’ll send one to your door.
Alex G is an LA native and painter. Inspired by eavesdropping and the world of cinema, he creates characters who roam in their white tees through a contemporary paradise.
OurCaste’s upcoming gallery show embodies their love of typography, design, and the crucial role both play in communicating ideas and…you guessed it, messages.
The painter James Ettelson is a pointillist. This means he works by making many, many dot-like marks on a canvas. You can watch a video of him doing so right here.
For this, our second installment of Monster Children’s Table Talk series, hosted by Chris Pastras and presented by Richer Poorer, we feature prolific artist Geoff McFetridge.
Milena Huhta identifies with the angst of her characters: “I guess I’m a little angst-y person. A little darkness and honesty keeps things interesting.” Word.
Scott Albrecht is an artist who incorporates paper, wood and panel into his works. He enjoys the color orange and living in the present, and has killed 57 trees to make art.
Gemma O’Brien scribbled her magic all over one of our new t-shirts!
Sam Octigan has as many sides to his art as the shape I keep accidentally pronouncing his last name does. We sat down with the Melbourne based artist to talk about his process.
Prepare to be awed by whatever’s going on in photographer Aaron Farley’s light manipulated, multi-shot photographs when you see them. You can do so at his new show opening June 27 in Ojai.
Think of the most tedious task you’ve ever done. Now repeat it daily. This is the process of painter Kelsey Brookes, who paints with the steady hand of a disease research lab scientist, because he once was one.
Do you like the X Files? So do we. But no one likes the X Files as much as this lady we found on Instagram.
It’s International Nursing Assistant’s Day, and I have a story completely unrelated to the picture Todd Francis drew. But it’s a good story. I think you’ll like it.
If you’ve ever wondered what the inside of your brain looks like, artist Mike Perry has captured it in a detailed intricate sketch, wild with colour, or an elaborate sculpture, or on a large scale mural.
Porous Walker is relatable because he likes to make people laugh. We interviewed Porous to celebrate his undying love for illustration and a new group show where you can play one of his favorite games.
This Saturday afternoon—hope your eyes are hungry.
Arch Coal is set to establish a strip coal mine and construct an 89-mile stretch of railroad along The Tongue River in Montana, where artist William Carson grew up. He set out to travel the 89 mile stretch, and ended up with a body of artwork as gritty as the coal it’s made from.