Emily Carr Institute of Art + Design
Leaders of Tomorrow
Trial & Error
Describe your work: Fun, exciting and rewarding.
Inspirations: People that work hard and don't care what other people think.
Awards or Recognition: Nothing recent.
Future Projects/Goal: Getting a handle on all that needs to be done.
What is one word that describes your artist style? Inclusionary.
How did you get started working with ROLLOUT?
Found a guy on Craigslist with a large format printer that was collecting dust. He said I could take it if I built a business around it. Started with the art show Rollout: An Exhibition of Wallpaper as Art, where 30 creative friends submitted crazy ideas of what they thought wallpaper could be. Turns out people agree that wallpaper could and should be more.
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What resources do you use for creating your work?
Can you share any of your secret tips?
Be nice to people and interested in what they do.
Run with mistakes for a while.
What did your parents want you to be instead of an artist?
My parents have always been supportive of what I do creatively.
Is there a piece of art you wished you had created, and why?
Recently found these photos that are stunning – www.helmo.fr/projects/said/2/
What gets you excited about tomorrow?
Unexpected people contacting me.
How would you refer to the current artistic style and mindset you live in today?
In need of Spring cleaning.
Anything else you’d like to add?
Show me whatcha got.
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