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Karly Tingey Interview

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Twenty-one-year-old Utah-native Karly Tingey went from being an introverted toddler who loved finger-painting with her twin to a social-networking butterfly whose creative recreation caught the eye of Cliché. With her warm smile, vibrant locks, and stellar sense of style, Tingey embodies the epitome of her work—a dream girl. We talk more about the beneficial use ...

McKay Felt Interview

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McKay Felt is conjuring up some radical stuff. With subjects exchanging from observational portraiture to imaginative surrealism, while both carrying the style of cartoonism, it’s easy to see why his work is appealing to the masses. The young Utah native, and current resident of London, is presently freelancing, studying abroad, and trademarking his style while ...

It’s All About Beeswax

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Artists commonly work with different mediums, such as oil, acrylics, watercolors, ink, and pencil. Michael David takes contemporary art to a new level by using an ancient Egyptian medium of encaustics: a mixture of beeswax, pigment, and resin. With it, he creates extraordinary abstract artwork. Raised in Brooklyn, he, with Roy Stuart and Richie Strotts, formed ...

Have a Conrad Christmas!

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After interviewing the Barcelona-based artist for Cliché's August/September issue, it’s probably no secret that I’m a borderline obsessive fan of Conrad Roset’s work. So naturally, most of my Christmas list consists of his prints, books, and now, his new phone cases. Over the course of a few months, Conrad has published a book, MUSES, teamed ...

Ballerina on Blades

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If I ask you to picture a musical jewelry box, your mind may conjure up the image of a small white chest with pink velvet interior and a ballerina, centered and spinning to a familiar tinker tune; the image is nostalgic, innocent, and sweet. Now I ask you to picture a large empty theater with ...

Art Exhibit: I Who Have Arrived in Heaven

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Until December 21st, Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s art exhibition, “I Who Have Arrived in Heaven,” will be held at the David Zwirner gallery in New York. There will be two infinity rooms, a video piece, and 27 new paintings in Kusama’s signature style; chaotic, colorful, and covered with patterns of eyeballs and faces. Much like her ...

Katy Jade Dobson Interview

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Katy’s knack for creativity may have been innate as a child, but this 24 year-old’s pursuit for an artistic career began only twoyears ago. In that brief time, her conviction to grow and watermark her own style as an artist has made a rapid impression. From wild life animals to female icons, her work is ...

Return to Form

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Return to Form With the introduction of iPods more than a decade ago, the fear was that album art would become obsolete. What artists would spend the time creating an image when it would only be displayed on a tiny screen? Turns out, album art is as strong as ever. With vinyl making a comeback, album ...

Calling Out Cat-Callers

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In the Fall of 2012, illustrator/artist, Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, began an art series in an attempt to address street harassment by plastering the faces and voices of harassed women around Brooklyn, New York. With the combination of her portraiture and the stories of those who have been harassed by cat callers, Stop Telling Women to Smile ...

Rebeca June Interview

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Twenty-two year old Texan native, Rebeca June is a lot like any girl her age—working a part-time job, going to school, and trying to make time to enjoy young adulthood in the midst of it all. But what sets her apart is her natural talent and big dreams. She has already held her own solo ...

Conrad Roset Interview

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Barcelona-based freelance artist/illustrator, Conrad Roset, has already accomplished a lot so far. When he isn’t drawing the female form and splashing it with vibrant watercolors, he is teaching illustration at the School of Design BAU, launching his own iPhone app, exhibiting his work in galleries and museums, and working for different brands, publishing companies, and ...

Brooklyn Boutique: Cotton Candy Machine

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Don’t be fooled by the name; the only form of sweet satisfaction you’ll be feeding off of in this place is eye candy. Though I’m an art lover and an avid show-goer, not many boutiques appeal to me the way that the Cotton Candy Machine does. Located in Brooklyn, NYC, this art boutique was founded ...

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