Savvy, Sika, Vitamin Cea and others. Check out the EP in full now below and watch for more to come in the near future.
I’m Gavin from Dallas TX and I just released my debut single called (Who You Be) via sound cloud. I believe in making real Hip Hop and providing a message with each line I speak. I’m a humble, ambitious artist who is trying to spread truths to my generation and those to come.
Born & raised in Austin, Evelyn hit the ground running with designing in her blood! When your grandmother sewed Vogue-patterned clothes for you as a toddler and your mother was an interior designer, how could you turn out any other way! *E* by Evelyn Design’s current passion is designing fun & flirty mini- bags; and YES, you can carry one in the daytime, too!” As a bonus, she is now expanding into a festive After 5 clothing line!
My name is Andrew Westling. Also, I’m known as Rubix. I am an 18 year old rapper from Yelm, Washington. I started writing music about 4 years ago while I was homeless to help distract myself from suicidal thoughts and how negative life was at that time for me. Eventually it turned into a hobby, and now it’s my passion. Unfortunately, all I have out for now is a weed-mix to Kendrick Lamar’s backseat freestyle. I do have a new song titled “Personal Thoughts” dropping September 17th, 2014, as well as a couple more singles in the near future. I will be dropping my first ever album soon; and after, a collaboration with the hip hop artist Shizzy VI. My style is overall non-discriminatory, but never really the same in each song, come check me out for yourself! Thank you to “Talent In Your Face” for giving me a shout out and such a big opportunity!
Hello! My name is Paul Talmage Dennis. Call me, Talmage. When did I become interested in the arts? I remember as a small child being so enthralled by the works of Michelangelo and Picasso. I think it’s time for me to show the world my work. Hopefully, you will follow me on Twitter and I.G. Don’t be thrown off with the handle.
I.G. & Twitter: Uglyazzmuffin
I hand stretch graffiti art photographs onto canvas. I have always been intrigued by the concepts of light and dark. How each takes on certain preordained notions of good and evil, and how the juxtaposition of the two helps define judgment of what is beautiful. To me, graffiti art and culture is the perfect semblance of such juxtaposition. Graffiti often presents a message of anger, aggression, or insubordination; all conveyed within the guise of a bright, colorful aesthetic. Such is the dual nature of both people and art. With this in mind, I actively sought to photograph graffiti in as many cities across the United States and Europe as possible. The images capture a singular mood and moment that can rarely be replicated, as graffiti is such a transient art form. While the images stand beautifully alone, in many I have overlaid graphics of myself. In essence, stylizing images previously used for modeling purposes, through caricature. This to me is the heart of graffiti ideology.
To tell you a little bit more about myself, I graduated from Brown University in 2008 and started actively photographing graffiti in 2011. I have traveled to 15 different countries but have graffiti art primarily from Berlin, Copenhagen, London, Atlanta, New York and Denver.