April 2016 #183
April showers bring May flowers, and in our case, April 2016 cover artist Jean Jullien bring intellectual wit and fun to the world of art. We've been huge fans of French-born, London-based Jullien for years now, and after his phenomenal Paris Peace art he created this past November, we thought it would be a good time to catch up with the world-famous humorist and artist. Our good friend, Grotesk, took care of a brilliant interview.
Also in the April 2016 issue:
—Oscar de la Renta comes to San Francisco
—We honor the great work of the late Susan O'Malley
—Dalek takes his work to another dimension
—Mrzyk & Moriceau and watching ducks
—Eric Elms and the life of design
—Cleon Peterson brings the fury to Hong Kong
—... and Nick Cave brings sound to Shreveport
—Mike Perry talks "Broad City..."
—.... and we talk about Takashi Murakami's art collection
—Oleksandra Gerasymchuk's jewelry does the Tango.
—Mike Shine takes us on an art adventure in New Orlean's French Quarter