I have a background in medical art, so I’m very technical and structured, but also expressive and creative.
I had the privilege to interview Joe Bloch he is an artist and creative director. He works out of his studio in Brooklyn, Joe is available for fine art commissions as well as commercial assignments. He is excited to begin creating a new series called “Living in Brüklyn”. All art pieces are inspired by industrial Brooklyn, street art, impressionism, and graphic design elements. Read the interview to find out more.
Who has inspired you in your life and why?
Inspirations include Van Gogh, Dali, various street artists, industrial architecture. Griity old buildings, warehouses, bridges. I love texture, vibrant colors, graphic elements, contrast, dramatic lighting, bold typography.
What is your backround?
I have a background in medical art, so I’m very technical and structured, but also expressive and creative. Traveling around the world has had a great influence on me in terms of experiences, colors, landscapes, alternative viewpoints.
Tell us about your Kickstarter campaign
“Living in Brüklyn” is a collection of paintings, products, and prints that offer an alternate view of the famous Brooklyn, New York. This art is expressive of Brooklyn’s cultural integrity throughout these massive changes that the city is currently undergoing. If you walk the streets of Brooklyn, its anything but subtle and that is why you see extraordinary depth between these acrylic art pieces. Artwork with this much historical meaning is something to be held to the highest standard. In order to make this series possible, I launched a KickStarter campaign to raise funds by June 13th, 2015.