Mexican artist Paul Fuentes' surrealist work makes you question the nature of reality and everyday objects. Unlikely items and vivid colors come together in unique way to challenge and entertain the viewer.
In this interview with MINUS37, Noha Raouf talks about growing up, avant-garde beginnings, her graduate design collection, death to fast fashion, the importance for a woman to move freely, and what’s in store for her brand.
A rebel by nature, Greene steered clear of anything related to Southern music as he began making music. Mixing 1980s dance-pop samples with reverb-heavy, dreamy vocals and vintage synthesizers, Greene started the genre known as “Chillwave”
Kelly Beeman’s paintings and fashion illustrations ooze with a style that’s indelibly her own. Simple contour drawing and vivid watercolors portray a world full of designer clothes, nature, and interior objects.
In an interview with MINUS37, young American artist Mackenzie Swenson opens up about her childhood and artistic journey, experimenting with various tools and techniques for oil painting and sculpture, inspiration, and aim of her art.