"I’m actually more of a visual artist than a sonic artist. I’d been in art school since I was five years old, I was on national competitions since age 14 and I went to Art College. I had three different scholarships and I went to the American Academy of Art, at that time I was still doing music and I had a record deal on the table when I was 19 years old and I decided to follow music completely. But I always wanted to bring back that information of art, so that’s why it was always important in my videos and my album covers of mixing these two worlds and letting people know how important art was.”

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It’s very easy to be different, but very difficult to be better.

- Jonathan Ive

Xiao Wen by Brayden Olson for Glossier 

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DESIGN: 3D Printed Grillz Created by Using Algorithms from Hip-Hop Music

What a time to be alive. New York-based artist, Roopa Vasudevan’s, latest exploration of American culture transforms the spoken word into 3D-printed reflections in polished gold steel.

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ART: Surreal Mixed Media Collages by Eugenia Loli

Collage artist Eugenia Loli originated in the technology sector, but she decided to leave that rather impersonal world behind in order to build new, exciting worlds via her art. 

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