Beautiful Bizarre is the freshest contemporary art magazine for artists, designers, enthusiasts, collectors and galleries.
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Inside Issue 21 you will discover the voices and stories of 35 visual and wearable art creatives. Hear what representational figurative art pioneer Malcolm Liepke has to say about the influence of large galleries/museums and art critics; immerse yourself in the creative practice of Andrea Kowch, learn more about Brian M. Viveros’ kick ass matriarchy, and discover the sugar coated dream land of celebrated Australian artist Pip & Pop. Social media superstar, and Beautiful Bizarre designer kelogsloops takes us through the creation of an artwork from idea generation to completed watercolour, and read a deeply personal interview between fellow artists Brandi Milne and Troy Brooks. Patrick Shillenn of Arch Enemy Arts provides us with a fascinating insight into what artwork a prominent gallerist would like to add to his personal collection, learn more about our favourite wearable art brands, and so much more!
Each issue is a beautiful and unique collectable. If you love visual or wearable art, then you will love Beautiful Bizarre Magazine!
Inside Issue 21
In-Depth Interviews: Malcolm Liepke [cover artist], Pip & Pop, Brian Viveros, Andrea Kowch
Artists Vs Artist Interview: Troy Brooks chats with fellow artist Brandi Milne
Path to Creation: Kelogsloops shares his process from idea generation to painting completion.
Studio Visit: Casey Baugh lets us peak into his New York studio.
Featured Articles: Alex Gross, Lucy Glendinning, Kevin Peterson, Peca, Iva Troj, Jenny Boot, Janne Kearney
Curator’s Wishlist: Patrick Shillenn of Arch Enemy Arts shares what he would like to add to his personal collection.
Artist Snapshot: Caitlin Hackett, Adipocere, Scott Radke, Daniel Dust, Andi Soto, Laura Colors all respond to the same 4 questions which delve into their artistic practice.
- What do you hope to leave behind in the world through your art?
- What 3 main materials [including brand] do you use and why?
- Please share with us one of your secret artistic practices and/or rituals
- What is the most challenging part about creating art for you?
Some of our Favourite Things: Our favourite wearable art brands including, Agnieszka Osipa, Nika Danielska, Lory Sun, CEXN, Breath & Stone, Heart of Bone
Join the Tribe: Our Instagram #beautifulbizarre community feature including, @cultureofthecraft, @bserway, @diegoidef, @stonesparrowdesign, @laurenmarxart, @tanyashatseva, @naranjalidad, @hallieartwork