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Posted by Monster Children - 22.04.2015

FROM THE MAG: ALEX W DUJET

We feature French graphic designer Alex W Dujet in issue #46 of Monster Children. His work is incredible – and we want you to own it. So, we’re giving away 10 packs of 10 of his posters, thanks to Ezekiel.

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Posted by Monster Children - 06.04.2015

PEOPLE: BRIAN LOTTI

We visited legendary skateboarder and landscape artist Brian Lotti in his LA studio to talk about innovation in both his skate and painting style, and the similarities in his creative process as both a skater and artist. Watch the video here.

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Posted by Jam - 26.03.2015

EXHIBIT: FEED

We caught up with artist Jesse Dolman to get a little insight into the show FEED, which opens Friday 27th March at the Byron School of Arts Project Space in Mullumbimby. We found out his mum thinks he’s weird.

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Posted by Erin Bromhead - 19.03.2015

SXSW: DRAWINGS MADE AT CONCERTS

SXSW. Sick of seeing these four letters yet? I fucking am. But this video is a twist on the usual content of the four lettered festival that shall not be named. Instead of blogging about shows, why not sketch them?

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Posted by Erin Bromhead - 28.02.2015

PETER ZABRET’S SMART ART

We asked artist Peter Zabret about his drawings, and he said that the concept is much more important to him than the execution, and that ideas are gifts that he unwraps with a pen.

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Posted by Linnea Stephan - 25.02.2015

STUDIO VISIT: WOLFGANG BLOCH

Wolfgang Bloch is a painter, surfer, father, and above all things; artist. Bloch has spent the past few decades in his local So-Cal studio, where we met to talk about his painting process, it’s greater purpose, and how his craft has helped him through his divorce.

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Posted by Monster Children - 24.02.2015

PEOPLE: TRAVIS MILLARD

You probably all heard about that insanely successful pancake exhibition artist Travis Millard had in LA, where Tony Hawk bought a pancake version of himself preserved in resin on a plate. But what you didn’t hear about was that time Travis let us into his home and cooked us our very own pancake.