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THRIVE: Side-hustles, passion, and using a blowtorch in an NYC apartment with jewelry designer Kaitlyn Usher of The Roving

THRIVE: Side-hustles, passion, and using a blowtorch in an NYC apartment with jewelry designer Kaitlyn Usher of The Roving

Welcome to Thrive! A weekly advice column for creatives and the generally confused.    This week I’m chatting with Kaitlyn Usher of The Roving, a handmade jewelry shop on Etsy. I wanted to pick her brain about her side-hustle, the jewelry she creates and where she finds her customers. 1. When did you decide to...
We Are All Beautiful and Gross: An Interview with Margalit Cutler

We Are All Beautiful and Gross: An Interview with Margalit Cutler

  Based out of New York, Margalit Cutler‘s artwork struck us as totally bold, totally honest, and totally refreshing. From her animations, sculptures, illustrations and mini-comics, Cutler has created commissioned pieces for Rookie Mag and Protocols and updates her Instagram regularly with original and eye-catching work. She took some time out of her schedule to...
Artists On Our Radar: Hakim Callwood

Artists On Our Radar: Hakim Callwood

Illustrator / Designer: Hakim Callwood ( Instagram )   Hakim Callwood is a 24 year old freelance illustrator/designer from Columbus, Ohio. His work ranges from painting, animation, and teaching. His influences stem from Japanese animation, video games, and comic art. His long term goal is to create educational hands on visual art workspaces. You can...
Creation Stories, David Lynch, Existentialism, and Jazz: Instrumental Review

Creation Stories, David Lynch, Existentialism, and Jazz: Instrumental Review

  Creation Stories, David Lynch, Existentialism, and Jazz: Instrumental Review By Colin O’Neill   There are two passions in my life (three if you count beer, and four if you count crippling self-doubt): Comics and music. They tend to overtake one another consistently. In junior high music was life. Days in class would be me...
Artists On Our Radar: Luis Roa

Artists On Our Radar: Luis Roa

Artist: Luis Roa ( Instagram ) Based in Austin, TX, Luis Roa’s inspiration for his artwork stems from his interest in nature and old religious worlds.   Coyona   Deathmask   Flowerhead   Totem  
From Cosmic To Crops: Why Black Hammer is The Best Current Superhero Comic

From Cosmic To Crops: Why Black Hammer is The Best Current Superhero Comic

From Cosmic To Crops: Why Black Hammer is The Best Current Superhero Comic By Colin O’Neill   Jeff Lemire is a cartoonist I have reverence for, perhaps because he’s Canadian (like me) and a few of the comics he’s created are set in Canada. Not only that, but his art style is wholly unique with...
The Hi-Jinks of Nihilistic Innocence: Why Stray Bullets is the Best Comic You Have Never Read

The Hi-Jinks of Nihilistic Innocence: Why Stray Bullets is the Best Comic You Have Never Read

  The Hi-Jinks of Nihilistic Innocence: Why Stray Bullets is the Best Comic You Have Never Read by Colin O’Neill     Picture this: A group of coked-out tweakers hiding out in the desert in California. The living space is a crowded trailer that probably reeks of stale beer, transgressive sex, and bad habits. They...
Artists On Our Radar: Łukasz Horbów

Artists On Our Radar: Łukasz Horbów

Artist: Łukasz Horbów ( Instagram ) Based in Poland, 21 year old artist Łukasz Horbów expertise lies in fashion illustration, where he encapsulates nuances and details of fashion shows in his artwork. He is currently studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.                      ...
A Daydream From Another Planet: River Jones' Official Music Video For "Pure"

A Daydream From Another Planet: River Jones’ Official Music Video For “Pure”

  Collaborative chance encounters are always thriving in the city of Austin, Texas. Back in June, River Jones partnered with local indie pop band Tele Novella for a music video shoot they had scheduled and just so happened to meet Lorelei Linklater, director Richard Linklater’s daughter. Both Jones and Linklater spent the day decked out...
Artists On Our Radar: Maudie Osborne

Artists On Our Radar: Maudie Osborne

Artist: Maudie Osborne ( Instagram )   Based in Melbourne, Australia, Maudie Osborne is currently studying arts and participates as a student activist. Osborne’s collages and drawings focus primarily on mixed media and infiltrate social and political commentaries on society as a whole. Her artwork is influenced by anti-capitalist and anti-consumerist art, notably the art...
Artists On Our Radar: Zoë Trautz

Artists On Our Radar: Zoë Trautz

   Artist: Zoë Trautz ( Instagram ) I’m a self-taught artist living in Austin, Texas. I have a biology degree and I work part time at a nonprofit where I feed parrots, and part time on all the drawings that I make for free and show no one. My work is informed by my education...
Irreversible Marks

Irreversible Marks

Irreversible Marks By Jessica Lynn Whitaker   On June 10, 2015, I walked into a clinic with a cough and a lump on my neck and said, jokingly, “I have to make sure I don’t have cancer.” The doctor who saw me never uttered the word “cancer” but as I navigated the confusing lingo of...
Artists On Our Radar: Claudio Parentela

Artists On Our Radar: Claudio Parentela

Claudio Parentela is a freelance artist, photographer and journalist based in Catanzaro, Italy. His work has been displayed in many zines, magazines and websites throughout his career, both internationally and locally. Website || Tumblr || Facebook                                
Abstracting

Abstracting

Artist: Joe Gonzalez Born in 1987 in Los Angeles, Joe Gonzalez is a Phoenix based artist known for featuring surreal human forms with an undercurrent of bright natural foliage. His influences include David Shrigley, Alphonse Mucha, Daniel Johnston , Edvard Munch and Henry Joseph Darger. Joe’s artwork has been showcased in many diverse locales. The...
Showcase of Schizophrenia

Showcase of Schizophrenia

Artist: Mehmet Demirtaş ( Instagram )            
Artist Spotlight: Maria Tran

Artist Spotlight: Maria Tran

All artwork by Maria Tran   Maria Tran is a Danish/Vietnamese graphic artist based in Copenhagen. With a Master’s Degree in Design, her talents include graphic design, illustration and motion graphics. Maria finds most of her inspiration through music, and is often working on music related projects such as album covers or artist identity for...
Andre Veloux: Building Blocks of Change

Andre Veloux: Building Blocks of Change

  British pop artist Andre Veloux expresses social commentary on gender and femininity through the use of a creative medium – Lego bricks. After teaming up with the Krause Gallery in the Lower East Side of New York, they committed to continue working together and will be exhibiting a collection of Veloux’s pieces for the...
Female Exploration

Female Exploration

Based out of New York City, NY, Richard Supriano is an 18 year old graphic designer and artist currently attending Parsons the New School for Design. Supriano uses dots to create female erotic poses from selfies to show that female bodies are simply bodies and don’t always need to be sexualized. Upon first view of...
An Interview with Outsiders Krew

An Interview with Outsiders Krew

  Words and Photography: Joy Celine Asto In early May, I had the pleasure of meeting Spag and Seb Toussaint from Caen, France and watching them work as street art duo Outsiders Krew in one of the grittiest slums here in Manila. After welcoming my companions and I, Spag led us through the narrow streets...
In My Sketchbook

In My Sketchbook

You can find more of Christopher Tranquino’s work on his Instagram and Tumblr            
Layers and Stitches

Layers and Stitches

Based out of Toronto, visual artist Frances Sousa has been featured in ADONE Magazine, Pudge Magazine, as well as had her work displayed at The Black Cat art gallery in Toronto, Canada.   By using a variety of patterns and textures, Sousa succeeds in creating rich depth and near tangibility in her artwork. The resonance...

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