Starving Artists Vs. The World!
On April 8, 2017 Starving Artist Supply and Status Apparel Dc will present "The Art of War". A highly anticipated creative showcase innovatively incorporating artists specializing in mediums including fine art, tattooing, graffiti, photography, and body painting. It will be a war against the mediums! This is a catered event free to the public. Meet us there at the Adinkra Cultural Art Studio (3804 34th St, Mt Rainier, MD 20712) from 5-9PM.
Rick Hunter is an artist from Virginia. Although he has always loved and done art since middle school, he felt it was time to take it to another level in 2016 by selling pieces and starting to customize apparel. Rick lets his nostalgia and love of cartoons be the influence of a majority of his art. He hopes that his art can show people that your never to old to enjoy cartoons and that its okay to stay as young as possible, no matter how old you get. You can view his work on Instagram @SliickRiick !
Isaiah Aladejobi's artwork is presented through a cross-cultural perspective that represents past, present, and future. Each piece is inspired in equal parts by American & Nigerian culture, thus representing the artist’s social and cultural upbringing. Nigeria represents his past: his roots, his origin, his biological composition while and the America represents the present: his current location, socialization, and upbringing. Each piece communicates the cross between both cultures, just as the artist himself communicates a cross between both cultures. The artist’s parents emigrated from Nigeria decades ago bringing with them a wildly unique way of communicating, connecting, and living. The Nigerian style of parenting juxtaposed with the American style of child rearing left the artist at an intersection, excited...
Footage of The Black Market Creative Showcase Presented By Status Apparel DC X EAT X Starving Artist Supply. Video Shot By @Dont.ShootEm
Ethan Punal is a visual artist from Miami, FL. His main concentration at the moment are graphic illustrations that focus on the mundaneness of the constant stream of pop culture in society, with a hint of abstraction. Mainly influenced by filmmakers and musicians, Ethan allows that to show in his work as he attempts to create cinematic pieces mixed with cartoonish styles. Through his work, Ethan looks to show people that it's ok to let your weird ideas mix in with everyday life. His artwork is available for purchase under our "Shop Art" Tab. You can also follow him on...