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Curtis William Foreman Interview

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Wig and makeup artist Curtis William Foreman admits that he owes much of his creativity to the likes of Madonna, Andy Warhol, and Picasso, but no one can deny that his creations stand alone. With a clientele including A-listers such as the Kardashians and Gwyneth Paltrow, and having opportunities such as working on season 6 ...

Ali McNabney-Stevens Interview

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Ali McNabney-Stevens is someone you can invite into your home, both literally and figuratively. With fun color palettes and aggressive stroke-work, she continuously creates fine art that is both sophisticated and heartwarming enough to hang in a posh living room. So far, McNabney-Stevens’ pieces have been featured in dozens of lifestyle magazines by interior designers ...

Luis Lopa Interview

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There are two types of artists: those who have a vision and create it, and those who create until a vision comes to them. British Columbia-based artist Luis Lopa closely relates to the latter as his large-scale, kaleidoscope-fashioned, and fragmented double-image art pieces stand testament to an artist who does, essentially, nothing by the book. ...

David Murray Interview

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While drawing inspirations from childhood nostalgia of his life in Ireland and his current residency in New York City, designer/illustrator David Murray has developed a look of his own. Whether the melancholy faces of his illustrations are drowned out by the lavish styles he adorns them with, or the overall illustration appears incomplete, the designs ...

Always in Brazil

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After releasing three albums and performing with the Grammy-nominated alternative electronica group Brazilian Girls, frontwoman Sabina Sciubba looks to create her own sound that is always in Brazil. With her first solo album Toujours out on February 18, the singer found inspiration for her new music by using a number of diverse genres, while finding ...

Kelly Reemtsen Interview

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While painting the female form in vintage fashion with domestic items may seem like an out-dated notion, painter Kelly Reemtsen is actually conveying the essence of modern women who are capable of doing essentially whatever they want. In response to a 1950‘s survey-ad asking, “Should women be able to water the lawn?” Reemtsen has spent ...

Jenny Liz Rome Interview

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Sporting eyepatches, big bows, crowns, and the latest trends, Jenny Liz Rome’s fashion- forward portraits often reflect her personal desire to break through in the industry. The Ontario-based artist has already collaborated with the likes of Marie Claire and Halo and now has her sights set on bigger things. Cliché talks with Rome about her journey, evolving as an artist, and of ...

Tyler Spangler Interview

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Cali-native Tyler Spangler is much like his work: eccentric, complex, and passionate. Spangler’s drive is constant, and his digital art is so diverse and eclectic that it’s hard to point out what his work’s themes, motives, or suggestions are. However, one thing is certain: each piece is quite marvelous. So far, he has had five ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...