Andreas grew up in a small rural Indiana town known for its furniture-making and Amish population. His grandparents were farmers, so he gained an appreciation for the landscapes of large fields you find in his work.
Now in its third consecutive year, Sounds of The Suburbs 2015 will house three stages, bigger/better art installations, and food and booze provided by on-location Mexican restaurant El Sol.
KREW’s Rights Refused series just keeps getting better. For their latest installment, directed by Riley Blakeway, they feature artist Dennis McNett.
Last week, The New Yorker published a powerful piece on the life, death, and legacy of artist Margaret Kilgallen. With Margaret fresh on the mind, we look back at our feature in issue #32 of MC.
For issue #47 of Monster Children, we traveled to Tokyo, Japan, where we met tattooist Horitsuki. We visited him in his studio to watch him in his element. See the video here.
This Friday, Slow Culture pay homage to their predecessors, THIS gallery, with a 45 person group show celebrating the late Justin Van Hoy’s seminal artbook, Milk & Honey.
TDR rings is a one-man operation in Sydney, hand-making manly men’s rings to order. We pulled the founder of TDR away from his workbench long enough to ask some questions about working with his hands.
For the last six months, artist Toby Jones has been collecting 100% pure wool Australian made blankets from thrift stores all around the country and re-purposing them for the RE-UP Project.
Timothy Goodman’s ‘Memories of a Girl I Never Knew’ are a funny, clever, bittersweet collection of walks down memory lane. Careful, you could throw your back out trying to lift some of this baggage.
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!