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Hi everyone and welcome to Write Your Narrative. I’m your host Pascal D. from Talking Off the Wall. I’ve been supporting, documenting, and working with local artists for over 10 years now. On Write Your Narrative, I will have weekly conversations with graffiti writers, muralists, art curators, gallery owners and all the shakers and makers in the South Florida street art community. Stay Tuned!!!
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Art is the New Wall Street, hosted by Poet and Creative Director, Morgan Short, spotlights the creative force reshaping society, blending artist narratives with the revolutionary idea that creativity is the true currency. It's a call to artists and dreamers, offering a new vision of success through stories of art's impact and the journey of creativity.
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Yuval Ofir is the creative mind behind Yo Miami, an art and events consulting agency. Yuval's mission is to shine a light on the elements of Miami culture that deserve to be recognized and celebrated. He’s also an entrepreneur, a businessman, an art curator, a community advocate, a writer, a podcast host and a dad… Let’s find out how he can wear so…
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This week, my guest is highly acclaimed Miami muralist, Luis Valle, better known as El Chan Guri. Luis was born in Nicaragua but grew up in Miami. Luis Valle's murals reflect his unique artistic style, capturing the essence of cultural diversity, heritage, and the human experience. His artwork bridges gaps, breaks boundaries, and inspires a sense o…
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Coinslot is well known for his satirical cartoony and sometimes political work. He left Miami 7 years ago to pursue a very successful artistic journey in Los Angeles. Coinslot is back in Miami for a popup exhibition titled “Unfollowed”. He’s not afraid to admit that he has burned a few bridges but he’s going to use the fire to light up his path. @c…
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This week, my guest is Peter Tunney. Peter is much more than a visual artist and businessman. He believes in humankind and the good that results from performingsmall acts of kindness. Most recently, his main philanthropic efforts are devoted to criminal justice reform and ending the stigma of mental illness. So, buckle up and jump right into our co…
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Born December of 1991, Ivan J. Roque is a Cuban American artist from Miami, Florida. Burning with a passion for the concepts of birth, death, time, renewal and social dynamics. His influences range from the old masters to the new such as Caravaggio, Marc Rothko, Alexander McQueen, Gianni Versace and Nychos. Roque has been able to accomplish many ac…
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This week, my guest is a post graffiti artist and project conservator based in Amsterdam. Her name is Mick La Rock Mick is one of Europe’s first and most well-known female, graffiti artist. Inspired by the traditional New York school graffiti lettering style, she started writing her name MICKEY in 1983. Her latest exhibition, “Beyond Measure” is on…
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Feeling stuck in your 9-5? Wondering if there's more to life than your daily routine? Meet Christiana Trapani. A Ukrainian American with a marketing background, Christiana found herself in a decent job with a great team but felt a pull toward something greater, something that aligned more closely with her potential. In this episode of Art is the Ne…
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This week, my guest is Derek Wilson a.k.a. Mister Wilson, a Miami artist who’s also an art educator. He has been curating the famous Union Wall at Lincoln’s beard brewing in the Bird Road district since 2017. He recently created ELEVATE, a non-profit art foundation and a school mural project, raising awareness for the visual arts and building a cul…
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This week, my guest is Tyler aka TAB TOONZ. He’s a 12 years old, self-taught digital cartoonist and author, born in Miami. I met Tab Toonz and his parents, 2 years ago at the Museum of Graffiti in Wynwood where he’s taking art classes taught by local and international graffiti artists. He’s without a doubt, my youngest guest! John, his father, will…
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Episode 5 with my son Maxence Doytier. Maxence is a community minded art facilitator and curator based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He’s the creator and the driving force behind AOTA, Avenue Of The Arts, a weeklong visual arts festival. With Maxence, we’ll have a conversation about the festival and his future endeavors. Listen up and share. @AOTAfe…
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Joan Jimenez a.k.a. Entes, is an Afro-Peruvian artist who’s been painting murals all around the world and in Wynwood for over 10 years. He is considered to be one of the graffiti pioneers in South America. His artwork addresses local issues, in a vivid pictorial way. In the second part of the podcast, I will have a conversation with Supermarket gal…
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Feeling disconnected from yourself or others? Craving community? Looking to reconnect with nature or your own inner artist? Meet Sarah Morris. She’s a Minneapolis-based singer-songwriter, who masterfully captures moments of profound human connection in her music and in life. In this episode of Art is the New Wall Street, you’ll learn all about how …
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This week, my guest is my good friend Miami photographer Sandro Abate. He’s well known for his stunning photos of the fast changing Wynwood street art scene. We met over 10 years ago and he was a regular contributor to Talking Off the Wall and gave us incredible artist’s portraits for the magazine cover. With his distinguished white beard and purpl…
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This week, my guest is Miami based artist Diane Contreras. Her work focuses on strong, beautiful women, often representing her Latin heritage.Diana, also known as Didi Rok is a former teacher who decided to quit her job to become a full-time professional artist a couple of years ago.She was on the cover of the July 2014 issue of Talking Off the Wal…
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In this first podcast, I am having a conversation with the film director and producer, Rico James about preserving an artist's legacy. His acclaimed documentary about the street artist TMNK a.k.a. Nobody, is a must see to understand his life, his claim to fame and his tragic death in 2016. @RicoJames @NobodyWasHere @TMNK…
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Host, Morgan Short, welcomes Daniel Gilbert, affectionately known as Daniel Gilbert to episode 9 of Art is the New Wall Street. Daniel shares more about his musical journey, transitioning from early music lessons to becoming an acclaimed violinist who artfully merges classical music with the soulful rhythms of hip-hop. Daniel opens up about how exp…
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Hi everyone and welcome to Write Your Narrative, your weekly street art podcast. Are you a graffiti writer, a muralist, an art curator, a gallery owner or simply an art lover and are eager to learn more about the South Florida art community. I’m your host Pascal D. from Talking Off the Wall. I’ve been supporting, documenting, and working with local…
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Ever felt invisible in the mainstream narratives of art and media? What if you could see the most real and raw aspects of yourself celebrated through art? That's the kind of magic Mary Castillo brings to every human who steps in front of her lens. Mary is a renowned photographer, educator, and lover of all things empowerment and feminism. Starting …
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As creatives we often experience the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. There are many reasons for this. We have deep sensitivities, moments of intense inspiration, periods of stagnation, and struggles in finding equilibrium. At times, our creative spirit feels caged by excessive structure, suppressing the natural flow of our feminine energy.…
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The creative powerhouse duo behind iLLism, Envy and Fancy, join Morgan for an engaging conversation exploring music, creativity, community, and liberation. From their beginnings at AT&T, to becoming creative partners in life and art, Envy and Fancy share how they are breaking boundaries and reshaping narratives through music, business, events, and …
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From oil paintings and murals to the whimsical Wildly Inappropriate Card Series, Leanna Wurzer's story is a celebration of artistry, personal growth, and the power of art to illuminate the darkest corners of life. In this episode, Leanna shares her evolution as an artist, her passion for bringing emotions and narratives to life through her work, an…
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Step into a world where whimsy meets wonder with Gabrielle Lulloff, the founder of Wance, on an episode that’s all about unleashing your inner child to break free from fear and routine. Gabrielle takes us back to the roots of creativity, from writing song parodies and literally clowning around to the powerful act of integrating cherished childhood …
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Learn all about Graham Bramblett, a musician whose path from Texas to Nashville and beyond is marked by profound transformations and the art of noticing the beauty in mundane moments. Graham shares his evolution as an artist, the trials and triumphs over addiction, and the delicate art of balancing life's practicalities with the pursuit of music. H…
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On today's episode, learn how to embrace your inner artist and forge a deep, meaningful connection with your creative genius and the world around you. Devon Brazil, a visionary in creative expression and human connection, guides us through an inspiring journey of self-discovery and liberation. From navigating the challenges of balancing professiona…
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In our inaugural episode, "Who Are You Really? Beyond Names and Titles," host Morgan Short takes listeners on a personal journey, exploring the essence of identity beyond conventional labels. This solo episode peels back the layers of Morgan’s life, revealing the pivotal moments and questions that have shaped her creative and personal path. From co…
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On Splatrs’ Street Art Unearthed this week, Steph sits down with Dublin-based multi-disciplinary artist EOIN, who's been painting professionally for 17 years and is today recognisable for his murals all around the world with his unique twisting style. In this episode, we discuss his coming full circle to find street art and his move into a new styl…
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On Splatrs’ Street Art Unearthed this week, Steph sits down with TRP613, an Ottawa-based street artist creating murals, stickers, paste-ups, digital art and sick merch of his signature sailor character. Tyler has been painting since the 90s. He is on the board of directors for Ottawa's annual Hip Hop Festival, House of Paint, he's made his own beer…
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In this episode, we sit down with Adelaide-based multi-disciplinary artist Dave Court, who is truly stretching far into his multi-disciplines, covering street art, painting, sculpture, installations, and epic immersive events. Dave Court online: https://www.davecourt.art/ https://www.instagram.com/dave.court/ https://www.tiktok.com/@dave.court Stre…
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In this episode, we sit down with Melbourne-based muralist and painter Hayden Dewar, whose work is absolutely everywhere in this city, instantly recognisable, with his iconic little hooded creatures making appearances on most of his walls. Hayden Dewar online: https://www.instagram.com/hayden_dewar_artist/ https://www.haydendewar.com/ Street Art Co…
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In this episode, we sit down with Melbourne-based graffiti artist and professional muralist Dan Wenn, a.k.a. AWES. Dan has been active in graffiti since '86 and has worked professionally painting walls since 2000. If there's anyone who knows what's up from all angles of the graff, street and mural art scenes, it is Mr. Dan Wenn. Dan “AWES” Wenn onl…
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On Splatrs’ Street Art Unearthed this week, Steph sits down with Damien Arena, a.k.a. Da Imagemaker & Repeat 888, a graffiti, street art and mural artist who balances commercial mural success with his need to create and explore his own individual style and expressions. In this episode, Damien and Steph discuss what it's like to be a commercial mura…
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In this episode, we sit down with a Miami-based street and studio artist whose work explores concepts like sacred geometry and time. Even if you didn't pick those up in his work, you will have absolutely noticed the abstract ways he plays with colour and the epic techniques he's developed to bring his walls to life. We discuss his adventures and th…
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On Splatrs’ Street Art Unearthed this week, Steph sits down with Frenemy, a graffiti and street artist, illustrator, tattoo artist, author, and world creator who has been painting street art and graffiti for more than 20 years. For Frenemy, painting graff was his art school. The adventure and competition to push further gave him the foundations to …
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In this episode, we sit down with Seba Cener, an Argentinian muralist, spray painter and artist who's been painting for 13 years. After running amok with spray cans in his hometown, Seba moved to Buenos Aires, built an international street art career, and then returned to Tandil to make his marks again, bringing everyone along for the journey. Seba…
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In this episode, we sit down with multi-disciplinary artist and creator Kyle Confehr, who's been making art in his spare time forever and full-time since 2019. Although Kyle considers himself a muralist rather than a street artist, he is also an avid sticker slapper and has been able to build his career around his unique doodle style, recognised an…
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In this episode, we sit down with Kristopher Ho, a Hong Kong-based artist, muralist, and illustrator who has been active in illustration since 2012, after which he began gradually making waves in the street art scene... What I love about Kristopher's work is that it's unlike anything else I've seen on the streets. It's intricate in its messaging an…
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In this episode, we sit down with Brooklyn-based street artist and designer, K-NOR, who's been at it for more than 15 years, exploring the darker side of human nature with vivid creepy creations that grace walls, canvases, toys and merch. Like many New York artists, K-NOR hustles like mad, compelled to put out work that counters the lack of quality…
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