At the PlayStation Theater in Times Square, we speak with the "Gucci Gang" rapper's teen fans about music, popularity, and life.
No one does darkness quite like Marshall Arisman, an artist whose work explores the macabre in a way that is as emotionally arresting as it is technically impressive.
Greetings my nonconventional conventioneers. This is my weekly comics column for VICE where I showcase things of interest within the confines of comics, illustration, fine art, and anything involving paper goods.
I’ve learned so much about drawing from staring at Raymond Pettibon’s work that I’ve completely assimilated his influence. Sometimes I’ll work for months, believing that I’ve reached a new level of creativity.
In early 2000, a husky Los Angeles fellow named Sammy Harkham threw together a comics zine with some of his friends and gave it the weird, possibly very pretentious name of Kramers Ergot.