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CODA - Part 2

Inside the minds of our favourite thing-makers.

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  • CODA

    'Party Wall' is a large structure that features cooling pools and floating mist.

  • Matt Mignanelli

    A chat about his work, life and strong American work ethic.

  • Rostarr

    Romon Kimin Yang, aka Rostarr, is a painter, calligrapher and filmmaker working in Brooklyn.

  • Philip Michael Wolfson

    He was Zaha Hadid's head of design for ten years and now runs his own studio.

  • Matt Curry

    Hanging out at his small studio in the middle of the woods.

  • Ghost of a Dream

    Here's how they came to develop the pieces that first formed their partnership.

  • How and Nosm

    Twin brothers Raoul and Davide Perre, aka How and Nosm, grew up practicing their craft in Germany, leaving tags all across Europe. After moving to New York and joining the legendary Bronx-based graffiti collective Tats Cru, the duo began to explore large-scale graffiti murals. Th…

  • Deedee Cheriel

    LA darling Deedee Cheriel is a punk rocker turned painter known for mixing iconography from Indian temple imagery, South American political art, and animals in the wild to produce mystical narrative paintings.

  • Tristan Eaton

    Street artist, painter, illustrator, toy designer and all-around Renaissance man.

  • Rafaël Rozendaal

    The keyboard warrior who's using the internet to turn farts into art.


    VICE and 42Below recently had the opportunity to collaborate with Brooklyn-based artists FAILE on their permanent installation, The 104 North 7th Project. The piece consists of thousands of handmade tiles designed by the artists, each individually pressed and painted, and then fi…

  • Justin Lowe and Jonah Freeman

    Justin Lowe and Jonah Freeman create immersive environmental installations that play on ideas of drug culture, psychedelia, architecture, and film.

  • Krink

    As a punk kid growing up in Queens, Craig Costello would scavenge for supplies to paint the walls and buildings of New York. His desire to create larger pieces and invent unique graffiti tools led to the development of his internationally recognized ink and paint brand Krink Inc…

  • Steve Powers

    Known in his early days as graffiti icon ESPO, Steve Powers has been a charismatic figure in New York's art and graffiti world for the past 20 years. Seen all over the streets of Philadelphia, New York, and Brooklyn, his flat top and name have been synonymous throughout these str…

  • Seher One

    VICE heads to Mexico to meet up with graphic artist David Piñón Hernández, otherwise known as Seher One. What started as an illegal graffiti hobby at the age of 15 has developed into an extremely successful career as a muralist and graphic designer.

  • Mike Brown

    Mike Brown is a tattoo artist who, if you know your history, always comes up when people talk about those who pioneered tattooing in the late 1970s. He worked at China Sea (formerly owned by Sailor Jerry), which was ground zero for traditional American tattoos, and at the birthpl…

  • Christy Karacas

    On the eve of Superjail’s second season, we sit with show creator and animation genius Christy Karacas to bathe in the wonder of his being.

  • Douglas Gordon

    Turner Prize-winning artist Douglas Gordon is one of our favorite artists.

  • AIDS 3D

    This time Art Talk meets the guys from Aids-3D.

  • Moynihan

    In this episode of “Politicians, Pundits, and Other People,” Eddy Moretti pays a visit to Reason magazine, speaking with sagacious senior editor Michael Moynihan about the magazine’s history, the finer points of Libertarianism, and why Glenn Beck is a bad

  • Jon Kessler

    One of Williamsburg’s earliest artists shows us his mechanical prints and things.

  • Jonathan Meese

    Jonathan Meese is obsessed with German mythology and calls for the dictatorship of art.

  • Chris O'Donnell

    This episode of Art Talk features the world renowned and soft spoken tattoo artist Chris O’Donnell. Chris is sought after for his bold and powerful style that immediately translates to any one that sees it.

  • Bongoût

    Christian “Meeloo” Gfeller and Anna Hellsgård run a silkscreen workshop & Graphic design studio.The two regularly join forces with artists and designers to create limited edition, hand printed artist books.

  • Centralia, PA

    In 1962, the coalmine beneath Centralia, PA caught fire – and it still burns today. We traveled there to find out who stayed behind when everyone else gave up on the place.

  • Oil of L.A.

    Twenty billion barrels of oil sit beneath Los Angeles. Hidden in plain sight, thousands of wells pump day and night all over the city covered by hollow office buildings, camouflaged next to high schools, and concealed behind shopping malls.

  • Daniel Richter

    Daniel Richter is a German artist who started out designing record sleeves for punk bands in the 80s and evolved into a Saatchi-repped painter loved by all.

  • Lance Acord

    Art Talk meets the cinematographer for Where the Wild Things Are.

  • Casey Storm

    Art Talk meets the costume designer for Where the Wild Things Are.

  • Eric Zumbrunnen

    Art Talk visits the studio of Eric Zumbrunnen, film editor for Where the Wild Things Are.