“I believe in doing things well but keeping them very simple. I am a fan of that picture you love because you wish you took it … and because you believe you really could have.” -Paolo Zerbini
Paolo, first of all, where are you from and how does your address affect the way you take pictures?
I am originally from Italy but I’ve lived in London for over ten years. I take my roots with me wherever I ...
Archive for: April, 2011
“You are who you are, so my skating, personality, and artwork all come from that one entity, the person I have become from years of learning, deforming, growing up. It’s ever-evolving.”
Paradigm Magazine recently had the honor and privilege to interview skateboarding legend and artist, Ed Templeton. We would like to thank Albert Hering, Ed’s studio manager and Ed for this amazing interview.
Why did you start Toy Machine as opposed to skating for another skateboard company back ...
“Be yourself. Don’t follow fashion, adapt a classic style for yourself. You can adopt a totally original style, if it’s done with taste, it works and everybody notices you.” -William Wilde
Paradigm Magazine recently had the honor to speak with William Wilde, Owner of Hornets Kensington and when Bill talks we listen.
Bill, what was the inspiration for starting Hornets Kensington and when was Hornets established?
Hornets started in 1982. I was an established professional in another field, doing rather well. ...
“My paintings usually aim to one up the given system: be it a shadowy, death smelling cityscape or mundane depictions of countryside. I like to stir it up that base material (r-e-a-l-i-t-y) and give it a new life, make it more real.” -Emre Kocagil
Emre’s art will be on exhibit in Chicago from April 16 – May 20, 2011 at the Hungryman Gallery, please show your support if you will be in Chicago during the month of April and May and ...