We Found Bill Ogden

We Found Bill Ogden

Some people say that he died, some people say that he disappeared, but the truth is… Bill Ogden is healthy as an ox, fulfilling his artistic dream in a place that he loves the most, his home! Completely surrounded by the very beauty that harnesses his inspiration. Since the early...
Mear One

Mear One

My Adventures Up and Down the Ladder Mear One is a true artist – exceptionally skilled, incredibly intelligent, totally unique, and absolutely devoted to his craft. His murals and graffiti pieces have made him world-renowned. As a graffiti artist, his work goes far beyond the typical graffiti art that we...
MASTERFIND Rick Rietveld & Phil Roberts

MASTERFIND Rick Rietveld & Phil Roberts

If the human brain was a muscle, these guys would be Mega Athletes! Rietveld and Roberts are bonafide Art Masters who did it the old fashioned way: they stayed in school, studied a lot, and never stopped drawing. Their friendship goes back 30 years to the early days of the...
FIND Art Magazine

FIND Art Magazine

WELCOME to this FIND thing you’ve just found. It’s a treasure, really. An Art Show Mag focused on showcasing undiscovered talent for everyone to see, complete with 5X7 frame-ready artwork. We at FIND are working towards a tighter art community. Working for change. In a down economy, it’s the artist...
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Chor Boogie

Chor Boogie

“My art is emotional landscapes of a melodic symphony through color therapy, a street romantic voodoo.” A shopping cart, piloted by a middle-aged male transient wearing long, shaggy auburn-hair, rattles down Market Street. Hydraulic bus brakes squeal as sirens bleed through an unperturbed sea of multi-cultural urbanites, cloaked in jackets, sweatshirts, and a variety of...
Edward Frausto

Edward Frausto

Found Artist Defined Take us back to your earliest beginnings as an artist? I was eight years old. It was right around the time Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle-mania was sweeping the nation and they had just released the more realistic-articulated-rubber movie versions. I snagged as many as 20 bucks could buy me. I had about...
Freddy Sam, South Africa

Freddy Sam, South Africa

Freddy Sam created his first mural on a wall five minutes from his house. This wall was constructed around the suburbs in South Africa because of the growing trepidation white South Africans felt towards black South Africans. This anxiety was manifested from a shift in governmental control, and many predicted a revolt resulting from the...
DAFIND: Jason Limon

DAFIND: Jason Limon

A Taste of Limon : Found Artist Defind Jason Limon’s artwork has been dubbed pop surrealism, categorized as fantasy, and called abstract. The artist himself, however, remains hesitant to apply a label to his work. Indeed he should be. Limon’s work; at times whimsical, at times haunting, defies base description and refuses to be pigeon-holed....
Claudio Ethos

Claudio Ethos

The sun starts to set on Los Angeles illuminating the dust that hangs between buildings. Trash swirls in a parking lot, scraping asphalt to run free with temperate winds that dash around the side of an old brick building that faces an artists new vision. Born from prolific dreams that haunt him two weeks at...
D*Face

D*Face

FIND Art Magazine recently met up with D*Face on the eve of his opening, “Going Nowhere Fast” at the Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City, CA. We began talking about artists in the scene and soon cut into mass-media, street art in mainstream culture and the role of the artist, matters of taste and style,...
Thomas Pendelton

Thomas Pendelton

Thomas Pendelton didn’t go to a fancy art school. He doesn’t collect his own artwork. In fact, he doesn’t do a lot of the stuff most working artists do, but what he does do, is work 12 hour days, seven days a week to keep the dream of being an artist alive. And it’s this...
Michael Pukac

Michael Pukac

DAFIND – Found Artist Defined When did you realize that you can make money from your art? “As a kid, in fourth grade, I sold drawings of nudies to the older kids on the school bus for 50,¢.” If you haven’t heard of artist Michael Pukac, trust me, you will. Covered in paint and grinning...
Who's David Weidman

Who’s David Weidman

David Weidman IS an Artist. To those familiar with his whimsical style of pop art, this statement is obvious. But to the man himself, it’s a statement he resisted to make, and a title many of his contemporaries were reluctant to bestow upon him.,  “I had trouble with that, says Weidman. “At some point, I...
Drew Brophy

Drew Brophy

One thing we hope to get across to young artists out there reading FIND is that following your passion can really pay off. If you love skateboarding, paint skateboards. If you like to surf, paint waves… it definitely worked for San Clemente artist Drew Brophy. We wanted to FIND out how he did it, so...
OKC to Springfield

OKC to Springfield

Slept in the back of the truck after the show at A.K.A. Gallery, so waking up and going was pretty easy. Hard wood truck floor + cold = get up and head to Springfield. The drives on this first leg are proving rather long . . . and expensive. How much diesel does a truck...
First opening - OKC!

First opening – OKC!

Drove through New Mexico, through Alburquerque, through the night into Texas, into Sunday. Napped a bit at the state line and continued on to Amarillo. Happened to be on the 40 and passed right by Cadillac Ranch. Yes, please! Neight may, or may not, have taken a bit of liberty with the half empty spray...