Art

[MAGAZINE] ANNU KILPELAINEN

“See something you want, take it for a ride, have some fun with it and then ditch it. That’s what we do with everything these days.” Viper met Finnish artist Annu Kilpeläinen just before the

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[MAGAZINE] UK FUSION: THE HYBRID GENRE

UK Grime and Afrobeats. Two strictly opposing genres. One, saturated by the gritty tales and brutal bass lines of inner city life; the other, a movement of percussive celebration. Despite the contention of the originating

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[MAGAZINE] RAVYN LENAE

Somewhat like the rose that grew from concrete, a sinewy young voice has emerged to soar high above the troubled cityscape of Chicago. At 18, Ravyn Lenae’s music effortlessly speaks volumes while painting a vivid

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[MAGAZINE] RACHEL NOBLE

LONDON BASED DIGITAL ARTIST, RACHEL NOBLE, SPEAKS TO VIPER ABOUT HER MODERN METHODS OF CREATING ART. What’s your process when creating an artwork and how does it differ when making a video or flyer? I

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[MAGAZINE] GRAFFITI

Throughout all eras of history, human beings have constantly fought to find ways to express that intrinsic burning. It’s the creative replica of the voice that yells when told to quieten, the pigmentation of the

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[MAGAZINE] REUBEN DANGERMAN

Reuben Dangerman recently caught Viper’s eye with his sumptuous, renaissance style oil paintings of grime superstars. He talks to us about clashes and high grade sleep… Grime’s unstoppable rise from the pre-YouTube doldrums of discriminatory A&R and

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[MAGAZINE] TAZ ARNOLD: EVERY NEGUS IS A STAR

Having caught his break working on Dr Dre’s ‘2001’, producing records for Kendrick’s most recent album, ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’, and making up one third of super-production trio, Sa-Ra, Taz Arnold is the most prolific

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[MAGAZINE] ZOE BUCKMAN

East London photographer and visual artist, Zoe Buckman, rules the roost in a darker field. But never loses her wit and sense of humour. Playfully bending the bouji margins of multimedia, Buckman’s current ‘Present Life’

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[MAGAZINE] ANNU KILPELAINEN

“See something you want, take it for a ride, have some fun with it and then ditch it. That’s what we do with everything these days.” Viper met Finnish artist Annu Kilpeläinen just before the

Read More »

[MAGAZINE] UK FUSION: THE HYBRID GENRE

UK Grime and Afrobeats. Two strictly opposing genres. One, saturated by the gritty tales and brutal bass lines of inner city life; the other, a movement of percussive celebration. Despite the contention of the originating

Read More »

[MAGAZINE] RAVYN LENAE

Somewhat like the rose that grew from concrete, a sinewy young voice has emerged to soar high above the troubled cityscape of Chicago. At 18, Ravyn Lenae’s music effortlessly speaks volumes while painting a vivid

Read More »

[MAGAZINE] RACHEL NOBLE

LONDON BASED DIGITAL ARTIST, RACHEL NOBLE, SPEAKS TO VIPER ABOUT HER MODERN METHODS OF CREATING ART. What’s your process when creating an artwork and how does it differ when making a video or flyer? I

Read More »

[MAGAZINE] GRAFFITI

Throughout all eras of history, human beings have constantly fought to find ways to express that intrinsic burning. It’s the creative replica of the voice that yells when told to quieten, the pigmentation of the

Read More »

[MAGAZINE] REUBEN DANGERMAN

Reuben Dangerman recently caught Viper’s eye with his sumptuous, renaissance style oil paintings of grime superstars. He talks to us about clashes and high grade sleep… Grime’s unstoppable rise from the pre-YouTube doldrums of discriminatory A&R and

Read More »

[MAGAZINE] TAZ ARNOLD: EVERY NEGUS IS A STAR

Having caught his break working on Dr Dre’s ‘2001’, producing records for Kendrick’s most recent album, ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’, and making up one third of super-production trio, Sa-Ra, Taz Arnold is the most prolific

Read More »

[MAGAZINE] ZOE BUCKMAN

East London photographer and visual artist, Zoe Buckman, rules the roost in a darker field. But never loses her wit and sense of humour. Playfully bending the bouji margins of multimedia, Buckman’s current ‘Present Life’

Read More »