Can you describe your creative process? Where do you start? What do you usually have on or around you?
There seems to be a theme of simplicity in your work. Where do you think that stems from?
Simple imagery is inclusive.
As a street artist, where do you draw the line between vandalism and public art?
Your portfolio includes interior fine art, digital, interior, and public art. How does your approach change depending on the kind of work you’re working on?
Different ideas, different intentions, different mediums.
Do you have a favourite medium to work on?
A few years ago, you were featured on a VICE article titled “People Used to Call the Cops on Andrew J Steel, Now They’re Buying His Art.” Is that true? If so, what were you working on when that happened? Is that piece still up?
What is the one project you’re most proud of? What do you think made it such a success?
Are there any artists, designers, or illustrators that you are loving at the moment?
What do you do to get out of a creative slump?
Have a better diet of media and consume new ideas to shake yourself up.
What are some of your future goals, personally and professionally?
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