Vulture Culture artist DZO creates intricate pieces with permanent ink to celebrate the mistakes that arose during the chaos of life. His artwork shines against the stark white canvas of his bleached animal skulls, paying homage to the transformation and rebirth of every life.
See how DZO Oliver brings his
Artist Myranda Escamilla first became fascinated with skulls after her father began collecting dog skulls, snake rattles and other small items. Her hobby grew into a passion. With foliage motifs and bright colors she now breathes new life into her once deceased subjects, transforming them into unique, beautiful lively works of
Did you see HIBIKILLA in Dekit's 1st issue?
"Through the Riddim," Rising J-reggae artist Hibikilla's universal vibes translates through reggae
We pay, sometimes a whole week’s wages, for these symbols of status that we step in to, scuff up, and throw away.
I had seen his work a few times in galleries and and showings across the South Bronx; both finished pieces and works in progress - recognition as vital as
struggle and agency
August 12, 2011
PRESS RELEASE: The aesthetic exploration of struggle and agency
photography by Stephanie Harris
Dekit had the pleasure of sitting down with Sikai aka The Sick One, a Connecticut rap artist, who has definitely been making a name for himself. Days after he returned home from a much needed vacation in Florida, he speaks with us about his views on CT rappers and