Art Interviews Street art, fine art, game art, taxidermy art. You’ll find all the interviews here. 50 States – Pennsylvania with Artsy KiddoArtsy Kiddo – “We often need to engage forms of decay and even death in order to discover life” This James Lipnickas – “It’s a subject that terrifies and fascinates me”Creative Chair gets supernatural with James Lipnickas This week Creative Chair is in New Haven, Connecticut where we’re talking to Kouhei Nakama – “there is an idea of dynamic equilibrium”Creative Chair talks motion with the talented Kouhei Nakama This week Creative Chair is in Tokyo, Japan, where we’re talking 50 States – Idaho with Adam RosenlundAdam Rosenlund – “My state has a pretty bold independent streak, for better or worse.” This week we’re in Boise, Nick Liefhebber – “I’m proud when big brands ask me to create visuals in my own style.”Creative Chair explores the unique style of Nick Liefhebber The week Creative Chair is in Utrecht, the Netherlands where we’re 50 States – Delaware with Shaylin WallaceShaylin Wallace – “Being born and raised in Delaware taught me that the only way to make it in life 50 States – North Carolina with DangerdustDangerdust – “I try to embody the words I am illustrating in a unique and personal way” This week Creative Boris Klimov – “I feel thrilled to transfer objects from imagination into real life”Interview with low-poly inspired cardboard sculptor Boris Klimov This week Creative Chair is coming to you from Almaty, Kazakhstan, where 50 States – New Jersey with Tyler LehmanTyler Lehman – “I just want to capture some sort of mood and evoke emotion with each piece I create” Sebastian Onufszak – “embrace the chance of failure”Abstract maximalism with Sebastian Onufszak This week Creative Chair is in Augsburg, Germany where we’re talking to the multi-talented creative People Too – “3D gives too much freedom, and too much accuracy”Creative Chair talks to Alexey Lyapunov and Lena Erlich of People Too. This week Creative Chair is in Novosibirsk, Russia 50 States – Maine with Douglas SmithDouglas Smith – “Book work is my favorite, because it gives me the opportunity to respond to a writer’s story 50 States – Kansas with Terry RunyanTerry Runyan – “Living in Kansas has helped me to thrive as an artist” For the 18th Edition of our Katrin Korfmann – “My final image is a total fiction, involving dislocation, recombination and redirection.”Photography and art from a different perspective with Katrin Korfmann. This week Creative Chair is in Amsterdam talking with the 50 States – Louisiana with Lauren J. AndrewsLauren J. Andrews – “New Orleans has a culture and an aesthetic that I find to be endlessly inspiring.” This Yum Tang – “Shooting food is the process of subtle action”Creative Chair works up an appetite with Yum Tang This week Creative Chair is in Beijing, China where we’re talking Muhammed Ali – “Benghazi is the tranquillity to me”Creative Chair talks to digital artist Muhammed Ali. This week Creative Chair is in Benghazi, Libya talking to Muhammed Ali Ahmed Nabil – “I love the beauty that hides behind mystery of the abstract”We talk abstractionism with digital artist Ahmed Nabil This week Creative Chair is in Cairo, Egypt where we’re talking to 50 States – Connecticut with Jon LezinskyJon Lezinsky – “I think the history attached to Connecticut has had the biggest influence on my work” Today we’re Jim’ll Paint It – “I find the simplicity reassuring”Creative Chair talks to Jim’ll Paint It, a man who creates bizarre vignettes with Microsoft Paint. When I was a 50 States – Alaska with Austin ParkhillAustin Parkhill – “What I find especially common in Alaska is the connection between people and the natural environment.” Today 50 States – Hawaii with Matthew OrtizMathew Ortiz – “we painted a mural of a treehouse shaped like Darth Vader’s helmet”. Welcome to the fourth instalment Martine Bertrand – “The costumes have a meaning when they are in motion”We talk to Martine Bertrand about costume design, children’s drawings, and alien languages. This week Creative Chair is in Montreal, T Wei “I like to pull the cinematic qualities out of characters and present them as objects”We talk to T Wei about street art and illustration in New Zealand. This week Creative Chair is in Wellington, 50 States – Alabama with Todd LeeTodd Lee – “Alabama for me means a slow pace with lots of natural beauty.” This week Creative Chair is Lily Simonson – “it was so beautiful that I often forgot the cold”Artist Lilly Lily Simonson talks about her work in Antarctica! Today’s Creative Chair is very special as we’re talking to Aimuan Ogboghodor – “I am consciousness flowing with the river of life”We talk to illustrator and digital designer Aimuan Ogboghodor. This week Creative Chair comes to you from Lagos, Nigeria where Berto Martínez – “I´m very interested in the function of illustration in the media”Creative Chair talks to Berto Martínez about his breath-taking illustrations. This week we caught up to Berto Martínez, an acclaimed Lor-K –“Consumption is an endless cycle”We talk to Lor-K, the street artist who is turning mattresses into food! Lor-K is a Parisian street artist who Simon Kopp – “Make illustrations, and more importantly, show them to everybody!”Creative Chair talks to Simon Kopp, a talented illustrator and concept artist from Germany. Simon Kopp has produced some amazing Dvein – “Style is always dangerous”We interview the edgy animation and CGI collective that’s pushing boundaries Formed in Barcelona in 2007, Dvein describe themselves as Scott Belsky – The meaning of the word BehanceThe New York entrepreneur discusses the creative network and Adobe The Behance Network is a creative platform that allows talented Polly Morgan – “my mind works more like a digestive system…”In this interview, we get under the skin of the highly controversial taxidermy artist, Polly Morgan A few weeks ago Creative Alexis Turner told us to Get Stuffed!We talk to an author and creative taxidermy enthusiast, Alexis Turner Creative Chair has thus far straddled many creative disciplines but Jirka Väätäinen -“having gone ‘viral’ has given me a huge advantage”Interview with the über talented chap behind the real life Disney phenomenon, Jirka Väätäinen In 2011 Jirka Väätäinen, a Finish student Janjaap Ruijssenaars designs the world’s first printed houseIn the age of 3D printing, paper jams are about to get a whole lot more complicated, thanks to Janjaap Ruijssenaars!