In our first video interview, legendary Perth artist, Stormie Mills, discusses his latest exhibition in Los Angeles, “A Fish Tale”, on display at Gabba Gallery. Stormie delves into seriously dark themes within his work, as he stylistically deconstructs painting materials and illustrates a narrative of life’s most introspective moments. Spending significant time in New York during his long-spanning career, Stormie also sheds some light into graffiti culture, as well as what keeps him creatively immersed in his refined craft.
Below are some stills from “A Fish Tale” in Los Angeles, including the outside mural:
For more information on Stormie Mills, be sure to check out his official website and follow him on social media. Also, special thanks to model and actress, Lizzy McGroder, for guiding the interview.
Leading German graffiti artists and storytellers, HERAKUT, comprised of HERA (Jasmin Siddiqui) and AKUT (Falk Lehmann), are gearing up for their highly-anticipated exhibition, “Masters of Wrong”, at the Corey Helford Gallery. We interviewed HERA about the duo’s latest artistic series and the profound political overtones.
We also have an exclusive preview of the work to be debuted at “Masters of Wrong”, as well as some behind the scenes photos of a massive mural they just painted for Culver City High School.
The Chelsea Tribe recently chatted with MEAR ONE (Kalen Ockerman), a major West Coast graffiti pioneer, as he spent a week creating his jokingly titled, “Supernova Cosmic Recording Machine”, a large-scale, two-sided mural canvassing a fully functional RV recording studio for Jam in the Van.