Joy StClaire is a fine art photographer from Central Ohio. Recently Joy’s work appeared on fine art calendars featured in the 2012 Golden Globes Gift Lounge. Joy’s passion for gardening and the magic of time spent on her grandfather’s farm, woods and seashore are evident in her work. Her unique imagery combines her lifelong passion for photography with her dream ... Read More »
ARTNOIS’ latest release featuring Grammy winning band, Quetzal, Elastic Band, Confucius...
Where are you at the moment? At a sandwich spot in Emeryville, smelling soups and bread, with my hea...
By Gina Higgins William Burroughs’ Dadaist- influenced 1962 novel “The Ticket That Exploded” tells t...
Ana Marietta is a mural artist from Puerto Rico, currently residing in Houston, Texas. She proves to...
Oh, were you looking for a sincere artist with a dope sense of influence? It’s tough, I know b...
ARTNOIS’ latest release featuring Grammy winning band, Quetzal, Elastic Band, Confucius, Frank Leone and a special mix by Fuckin Dj’s. Also feature Dark Zoo series by cover artist Nicolas Evariste, photography by Cristiana Gasparotto, beach art bySam Dougados, robots by Tal Avitzur, surrealist pieces by Achraf Baznani and work by Scott Allison. This issue also marks our 2 YR. ... Read More »
Where are you at the moment? At a sandwich spot in Emeryville, smelling soups and bread, with my headphones on and listening to Death Metal (Six Feet Under at the moment). I’m hoping the battery on my laptop doesn’t die before I finish this interview. Think of a favorite place you retrieved to in difficult moments as a child. ... Read More »
Twenty years ago I got a chance to listen to Tori Amos for the first time. The song was Silent All These Years, which for me, was a small revelation. It seemed more diary entry than song; so raw and honest. Truth be told, it was a little discomforting, like someone staring at you a bit too long. But what ... Read More »
By Gina Higgins William Burroughs’ Dadaist- influenced 1962 novel “The Ticket That Exploded” tells the story of intergalactic criminals bent on destroying the earth by way of subliminal/psychopharmaceutical mind control. I think of the book as just another day in L.A., but whether or not you are familiar with this novel, you might recall the name of one of its ... Read More »
On Saturday, May 24 the magic and majesty that is Myth Masque returns to Los Angeles for a devilish night of creativity and exquisiteness. The masquerade for adults is a journey into an enchanted world of reverie where demons, nymphs, and all sorts of mystical characters come to life under one roof for a decadent ball like no other. The ... Read More »
Ana Marietta is a mural artist from Puerto Rico, currently residing in Houston, Texas. She proves to be a resilient individual when bad luck strikes. Check out how art inspires her and motivates her by reading her interview with Magda on the 10th issue of Artnois Magazine. Her art is one-of-a-kind and so is she. Cheers to Ana and her ... Read More »
Oh, were you looking for a sincere artist with a dope sense of influence? It’s tough, I know but check out Just Chris, a lyricist/rapper from London. His beats are so easy to listen to but his flow is so intriguing, it’ll keep you asking for more. Every listen is an opportunity to find something soothingly sweet about his music. ... Read More »
Meet La Misa Negra, a great performing cumbia band from the bay. Not only are they great about bringing you cumbia originating from the Caribbean, Colombia, Africa, and South America; they are AMAZING performers, a key factor for an ensemble of this type! Be sure to check out their interview with Jess on the 10th issue of Artnois Magazine. Here is ... Read More »
Happy Spring and Happy Summer! Here is our gift to you. Here we are again bringing you fresh new artists for you to discover and share. From London to Puerto RIco, from Cumbia to fine art, here are six new amazing artist from different walks of life who are waking up each day doing what they love most. Enjoy ... Read More »