Friday 24th November 2017,

Bad Assery

Leather on Leather with the Mike and Dyke Metal Show

Leather on Leather with the Mike and Dyke Metal Show

Rik sits down with hilarious duo Mike and Danielle from The Mike and Dyke Metal Show for a one-of-a-kind interview. Caution: This show contains more Metal than the Empire State Building! Mike and Dyke Metal Show – watch more funny videos   RIK WTP: LEATHER ON LEATHER IS TOTAL METAL!!! AHAHAHA! I cant stop laughing [...]

November 14, 2012 Rik Bad Assery 2

The Fine Lines of Eric Rosner’s NYC Illustrations

The Fine Lines of Eric Rosner’s NYC Illustrations

Tony D explores the fine lines of Eric Rosner’s NYC illustrations in a one-on-one interview for Walk the Plank. TONY D : There has been a lot of Commercial Success for you as an artist. How does your art style differentiate from being a project with a deadline compared to painting for leisure or pleasure? [...]

November 14, 2012 Walk the Plank Bad Assery 0

Peter Grzymkowski of GRZNYC: The Working Class Artist Brand

Peter Grzymkowski of GRZNYC: The Working Class Artist Brand

Working class, one man army of artistry: Peter Grzymkowski of GRZNYC mirrors New York City’s motto of “If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere,” with his nonstop work ethic – meticulously piecing together his own distinct brand of bad-ass. Lex Pistols takes WTP through a behind the scenes tour, and a [...]

November 11, 2012 Lex Pistols Bad Assery 1

Life in Motion: the Unique Art of Simon Scott

Life in Motion: the Unique Art of Simon Scott

Straddling the worlds of street, commercial, and fine art, Simon Scott is the epitome of creative versatility. Interview by Tony D TONY D : You’re not just an artist, you’re a singer/song writer and play the guitar. Where do all of these creative influences come from? Are you gifted, or were these traits passed down [...]

November 8, 2012 Walk the Plank Bad Assery 4

Classic Movie Review: 17 Reasons Airheads Kicks Ass

Classic Movie Review: 17 Reasons Airheads Kicks Ass

by Mike Gamms gmale2787@gmail.com www.mikegamms.blogspot.com   1.) Adam Sandler “I aint farting on no snare drum.” Before Billy Madison and Happy Gilmore, there was Pip, the dimwitted drummer in Airheads.  In classic Sandler form, Pip occasionally resorts to baby talk and awkward dance moves.   2.) Steve Buscemi “Do you think Tommy Lee sat around and waited for the bus? [...]

November 8, 2012 Walk the Plank Bad Assery 4

NYC Artist Dmitry Byalik Channels Darkness into Ghastly Brilliance

NYC Artist Dmitry Byalik Channels Darkness into Ghastly Brilliance

New York City wreaks of multi-dimensional radiant beings who channel their ideas through various mediums.  Hell, to our credit, it is arguable that we’ve given this planet entire GENRES of art and music alone.  This month, WTP had the pleasure of capturing New York artist Dmitry Byalik, at the WTP local headquarters: Avenue B’s dimly [...]

July 14, 2012 Lex Pistols Bad Assery, Fashion-Footwear-Fetish 0

Sneak Peek: Melbourne Custom Sneaker Artist Sekure D

Sneak Peek: Melbourne Custom Sneaker Artist Sekure D

Lex Pistols takes a Sneak-peek into the world of Australia’s premiere Sneakerhead aficionado, designer / customizer extraordinaire: Sekure D.  Check them out, as they build on graf, kicks, design, style, mass consumer culture, individuality vs machine, and much more. Where people of pop culture are all wearing the same inexpensive, mass consumer, dull-statement pair of [...]

July 3, 2012 Lex Pistols Bad Assery 0

Computer Screens: The New Sniffing Paint

Computer Screens: The New Sniffing Paint

We sat down with NYC’s aspiring artist/illustrator/designer Jessica Slagle aka Slagletron for an open view about her unique art and how meditation helps her visually. RIK WTP: So Jessica, your work is fantastic! What do you call your art? JESSICA: I guess if I had to boil it all down to one word it would [...]

June 23, 2012 Rik Bad Assery 0

To Art or Not to Art School – The life and art of John Sharifi

To Art or Not to Art School – The life and art of John Sharifi

Born on August 19, 1979 in Newport Beach, CA, John Sharifi found himself immersed in the art scene behind Orange Curtain. Underexposed to the fertile grounds of the art scenes in L.A. or New York, John found his voice vandalizing suburban streets and freeways. Bubble gum, music, 40’s and street art were the soundtracks of [...]

June 23, 2012 Rik Bad Assery 0

Alternative Model Photographer Michelle Katiussa

Alternative Model Photographer Michelle Katiussa

Walk the Plank’s Rik interviews the very talented alternative model photographer Michelle Katiussa RIK WTP: You pictures have such vivid colors. Your photography reminds me of cinematography from movies such as Kill Bill, True Romance and Go. Is that an accident or something you’ve done on purpose? MICHELLE: It was truly an accident. I just [...]

June 23, 2012 Rik Bad Assery 8