IN MY WORDS: THE HUNDREDS


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THE HUNDREDS X BAGGER 43

Dennis Brown, better known as Bagger43, is an artist, illustrator, and designer interested in all forms of image making. His work has been shown in numerous publications including Juxtapoz MagazineCMYK Magazine, and Giant Magazine, showcasing his wide variety of different styles. Inspired by a range of cultural and nostalgic influences, his work can be seen through an array of different mediums such as acrylic, collage, silkscreen, laser cut, and most recently pen and ink. You can read the rest of my conversation with Bagger43 via THE HUNDREDS

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THE HUNDREDS X CHOR BOOGIE

Jason Hailey, better known to you as Chor Boogie, is a self-taught artist known for his legendary use of vibrant color, influential subject matter, and hypnotizing patterns. Born and raised in Oceanside, California, Hailey discovered his passion for art at the age of 10, and has gone by his chosen name “Chor Boogie” ever since. You can read the rest of my conversation with Chor Boogie via THE HUNDREDS

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THE HUNDREDS X CHRISTOPHER BURCH

Christopher Burch is a San Francisco-based artist who specializes in oil based painting, using his own views and techniques to reinvent surreal contexts within folklore and mythology. His handle on Instagram gives a nod to his appreciation of Francisco de Goya, and like Goya himself, Chris is known for his ability to engross himself with perceptions and concerns that most of society hides from not only their art, but from themselves. You can read the rest of my conversation with Christopher Burch via THE HUNDREDS