Friday 23rd June 2017,

art

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

Epic Presidents Art

Epic Presidents Art

Epic Presidents Art By Jason Heuser   [...]

August 13, 2012 Walk the Plank Blog 0

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

Unique Cartoon Skeleton Art

Unique Cartoon Skeleton Art

Ever wanted to see your favorite childhood cartoons skinned down to their bones? If yes, then Korean artist Hyungkoo Lee has an art piece for you. Homo Animatus uses resin, aluminum sticks, springs, steel wires, oil paint, springs, and a clear sense of humor to recreate the skeletal versions of classic cartoon characters. The cast [...]

July 13, 2012 Walk the Plank Blog 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

I’m Naked…Rub Some Paint on me, Honey

I’m Naked…Rub Some Paint on me, Honey

  Q/A with Daniela Rodriguez – Conceptual Makeup Artist RIK WTP: So Daniela, your work is AMAZING! I grew up as a huge Kiss fan so makeup was always a huge interest of mine. What made you get into conceptual makeup design? I bet it wasn’t KISS huh? DANIELA:  Thanks! No, it wasn’t KISS. I [...]

June 21, 2012 Rik Bad Assery 0