May 2016 #184
We love catching an artist when they are doing big things. For KAWS, he is all about big things these days, as in big sculptures in big sculpture parks. For the May 2016 issue, we talk to the Brooklyn-based icon about the quiet intensity of his new exhibition and retrospective at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park in the UK, as well as his history as it has led him to be one of the most influential artists of his time.
Here's what's also in the May 2016 issue:
—Deanna Templeton and the process of "Swimming Pool"
—Josh Sperling and his unique use of shape
—Tom Sachs and Satan Ceramics give us a top-secret recipe
—Aesop Rock talks process with Alex Pardee....
—... and then interviews Ben Tolman
—Josh Jefferson makes perfect strokes
—Michael Sieben gets a six-pack with Souther Salazar
—Mary Meyer puts fashion on point
—Nicolas Menard breathes new life into design...
—We blow glass with Pilchuck Glass School...
—... While we ride trains with McNair Evans
—... and we get an intimate tour of Moscow....