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Rick Walker, Artist / Creative Director

I have always loved drawing. I grew up in the late ’80s when people were really into hip-hop. Everyone wanted to be either a DJ, a breakdancer, or a graffiti artist. I was very bad for the two first ones, and actually quite good at drawing, so I got stuck to drawing. I got into graffiti at an early age and that’s what taught me that I had a passion for colours, typography, and illustration…

Matt Evans, Founder: Box of Well Nice Stuff

Matt Evans is the founder of Box of Well Nice Stuff

The box was a collection of some of my favourite local artists’ work. The works were created into some awesome, unique products. We made stickers, colouring books, badges, prints and my favourite was the temporary tattoos! They allowed people to wear the artists’ work on their skin, which was quite exciting…

Katherine Cromwell, Pet Portraitist

After graduation, she spent a short time in London working for Lawray Architects. “Soon I realised that architecture was not for me and I needed to figure out what to do in life,” she said. Also, city life was not particularly appealing to newly-married Katherine and the couple moved to Dorset. While still sorting out her career path, she found a part-time job at Poole Pottery, where she helped visitors to experience what it takes to create an item out of clay…

Ian Hargreaves, Artist

In a tiny studio, tucked in the back yard of his home in Poole, fine artist Ian Hargreaves creates dreamy paintings of Venice, lush scenery of the New Forest, and gentle scenes of everyday life. Then his paintings travel to galleries and private collections across England, Europe, and the US…

Dorset Coronavirus Archive Project Up and Running After “Fantastic” Response

Last week, a call-out was issued to anyone in Dorset who might want to “make history”. The Dorset History Centre and Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts, have partnered up to collate the “Corona Diary”. This project will archive a range of different people’s experiences of the coronavirus pandemic from across the county. In order to tell the story of the virus and its impact on Dorset for future generations…

Miroslav Lucan — Creating and Working as LucanArt

Miroslav Lucan is a street artist who goes under the name of LucanArt

So far, our interview with Miroslav Lucan has been more themed around street art itself. As opposed to his personal involvement in it. That all changes in this next part of our interview with him, however. We find out how he settled on his street artist name, and what sorts of projects he enjoys working on. Plus, has he been responsible for some of the bold pieces of artwork we can see around Bournemouth town centre…?

Miroslav Lucan — Graffiti vs. Street Art

Miroslav Lucan is a street artist who goes under the name of LucanArt

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Mjj8gSIuJ4 It's a blurry line between what classes as street art and what classes as graffiti. Street artist Miroslav Lucan offers his opinion... Is street art actually art? Or is it just shameless vandalism? Depends on who you ask, really. Obviously, people like Banksy, David Choe and Eduardo Kobra have earned legendary status

Miroslav Lucan — Choosing Street Art

Miroslav Lucan is a street artist who goes under the name of LucanArt

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8FiuC0CfXM A bit further afield than our usual stomping ground for this interview. We took a trip to Southampton, but to interview a Bournemouth-based street artist. By name, Miroslav Lucan. A.K.A. LucanArt... We planned to get an interview with street artist Miroslav Lucan all the way back when we were Humans of Bournemouth.

Rob Holmes — Moving into Jewellery

Rob Holmes is the founder of Collaborators' Cabin

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETASk-yxq54&feature=youtu.be He may have established his brand with the art of pyrography. But more recently, Collaborators' Cabin founder Rob Holmes has had something else up his sleeve... The art of wood burning is where the journey began for Rob Holmes and his brand, Collaborators' Cabin. But its recent, steady success has allowed

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