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INSPADES Channel Presents Sergio García @brknsergio

 

The Art of Animation by Sergio García “I’ve spent my whole life with the ocean at my doorstep. I think that's why I'm so fascinated by everything that has to do with water. Also, humans are largely made up of water—water is life.”

Read his exclusive interview on INSPADES Magazine number 8

Adam | Joseph | Chase and his exclusive interview for INSPADES Magazine!

We had a wonderful conversation with the handsome Adam Joseph Chase. we talked about his career, his life and how social media skyrocketed his career in the modelling industry.
Follow him on Instagram @adamjosephchase

Gregory Serpanchy and Golden Iron Tattoo Studio "Tattooing is a lifestyle choice" 

What artist doesn’t dream of immortalizing their life’s work? Whether it be on canvas or record, through sculpture or cyberspace, or any other means of creative preservation, leaving a legacy is long thought to be proof of a life well lived. While the tattoo work of Gregory Serpanchy will only live and breathe in its original form for a finite time, the ink of his proverbial pen will interact with the world in ways his paintings never could. Worn by his clients until the end of their days, Serpanchy has made his lasting mark on their skin and their souls - telling the story of who they are, where they’ve been and who they hope to become.

Gregory Serpanchy @unklegregory - www.instagram.com/unklegregory

Golden Iron Tattoo Studio - www.goldenirontattoostudio.com

Read more about Gregory Serpanchy and Golden Iron Tattoo Studio on INSPADES Magazine - NUMERO DUE

Captain Cowboy and the Money Maker

"Jazz Hands" and Freewheelin' in the Busking Biz. Exclusive two part interview with two seriously silly buskers.

The Edge of the Earth:

Climate Change in Photography and Video
September 14 – December 4, 2016

Guest Curator: Dr. Bénédicte Ramade
Ryerson Image Centre

Increasingly and forebodingly, artists are turning their attention to the subject of climate change, in poignant and often confrontational ways. The Edge of the Earth: Climate Change in Photography and Video features recent and historic work by a range of pioneering and visionary artists (including Amy Balkin, Raymond Boisjoly, Edward Burtynsky, Peter Goin, Naoya Hatakeyama, Isabelle Hayeur, Mishka Henner, Chris Jordan, Richard Misrach, Evariste Richer, Joel Sternfeld and Sharon Stewart) from around the world. Photojournalism from the RIC’s famed Black Star Collection is also included, contextualising artistic reflections alongside half a century of historical reportage on the environment. 

Part - I

Part - II

Part - III

If you want to know who's behind the music in TV shows, video games and movies, we found you the man who has all the answers: KYLE MERKLEY.

Miss E: Daring seamstress and designer. Get to know her better and be mesmerized by her creativity and unique personality.