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  It’s episode 40 so naturally we start the episode off by talking about 40’s. We then talk about our upcoming shows which leads to talk about strengthening our weak spots, before we get into talking about what everyone’s talking about: Banksy’s latest stunt. We give our takes and our takes on other people’s

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We meet Hiroshi Sato at his SF studio and get right into it! We discuss intention and perception of our art by the viewer, critiquing our work, the geometry in his work, how much his influences inspire his work, the importance of taste, positive/negative freedom, and more. We talk about his painting “Walstrom” and it

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Zach Oldenkamp invites us to his SF home and we get right into it! Is his art dark comedy? Why does he prefer graphite? What’s behind the luchador masks? We talk about his drawing “Blue As Your Blood” and about intimacy, titling pieces, and his concept artist job. We also talk about another drawing of

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Jeremy Duncan comes all the way from Ione, CA to join us to talk about his painting origins, his approach to color, how Sergio and him met, painting styles, and more. We then break down his “campfire” paintings and many more. We talk about a lot of his paintings so it might be good to

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Matt Ritchie(@rat136) comes to the house to talk to us about obsessing over his interests, why he does all of his pieces by hand, growing up with “nerd culture,” using pop culture in his art to address social issues, his “Astralnauts” show with Alex Pardee, his unexpected job as a park ranger, working on a

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Another episode of Machine Gun Kelly’s favorite art podcast! We sit down to talk about Jeremy Mann’s pop-up show and his movie “The Conductor”, which leads to talk about street art vs. graffiti, superhero movie talk, white rappers, the episode of Harsh Truth with the Thinkspace Gallery owner(is WTD moving to LA???), pay-to-play galleries, assorted

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Tony Guaraldi Brown joins us to talk about growing up in the Imperial Valley, how he hates drawing on digital tablets and asks us a few questions about what makes a piece of art hand-done and the worth of mass-reproduced art. We talk about what we look for in art at museums, then we talk

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Who the heck needs a guest?! Josh and Sergio start off by talking about the Moleskine Show book signing, the new cat Greg, their summer painting breaks, and Sergio’s new vlog before getting deep into each other’s sketchbooks. Josh brings his sketchbooks from the past few years; Sergio brings his most recent book and one

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We meet Nadeza at her place in Oakland to talk about her studio space, poetry, ghosts, acting, the Safehouse Atelier, Facebook censoring art, storytelling with mood, balancing your inner child and your adult brain, and more. We then talk about her paintings “The Becoming” and “Secrets” which leads into talk about personal vs. professional character

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In this special edition of Waiting To Dry, Sergio hangs out with artists Za Vue and Anton Pavlenko while camping in Maryhill, Washington for the Pacific Northwest Plein Air event. They get into camping near an active wildfire, the importance of swimming during a plein air event, brag about our camp food, how Anton damaged

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