Art & Design

Second Nature: Grey Damon

Station 19’s fan-favorite firefighter opens the doors to his creative space—and into his sprawling creative headspace.

A Conversation with Dash Shaw

The prolific comic book artist-turned-visionary filmmaker on cryptids, originality, and limitations versus intentionality.

Studio Visit: Mark Mulroney

The artist on his creative process, political art vs. real-world activism, and some of the things that make up his surroundings.

A Conversation with Jill Magid

The artist on the seductive nature of her practice, the question of legacy, and her Luis Barragán documentary The Proposal.

21 Exposures: Yellow Bikini Exhibition

Mark Mulroney has a new solo exhibition at Mixed Greens in New York City. We love it and you will, too, and here’s why.

Chris Moon Lands Stateside

The acclaimed painter on finding technique through destruction, his “maddening” isolation, and the recent Carousel pop-up exhibition.

Studio Visit: Ricardo Fumanal

The accomplished illustrator invites us into his charming London studio on the eve of starting a new life chapter in Berlin.

Catch-Up: Mark Mulroney

The artist reveals himself the unmistakable hand behind his bawdy work, speaking drolly about boners and the cartoons of our youth.

Q&A with Casey Reas

The famed software designer provides an in-depth look at his innovative stage design for Yeasayer’s Fragrant World tour.

Q&A with Marina Abramovic

The godmother of performance art on her unconventional parents, conquering fear, and what it means to live a transparent life.

Q&A with Mark Mulroney

We talk sex, death and copyright infringement with the artist at his home studio in upstate New York.

Andrew Levitas

Andrew Levitas’ Heavy Metal

The multi-hyphenate reflects on his Metal Work sculptures, the laissez-faire life of an artist and finding community.

Josh Melnick

Q&A with Josh Melnick

Artist Josh Melnick transforms the NYC subway into a stunning ethereal landscape like you’ve never seen before with The 8 Train.

Timothy Saccenti

Q&A with Timothy Saccenti

Timothy Saccenti cozies up with not one, but two of Brooklyn’s indie darlings—School of Seven Bells and Chairlift.