With the recent shootings of men in the Black community, as well as those in the police force; being represented for who you are instead of what people mistake you as is very important. Jordan Casteel is a woman of color who works on the representation of Black masculinity. Her work mainly

GILF’s Politically Charged Art

  In Dekit's issue: MEME we interviewed artist and activist LMNOPI who took to the streets to explore and discuss some of the many social injustices facing our nation today. We talked to her briefly about her involvement in a collaboration with artist Ann Lewis, the face behind Gilf. Their mural

Adrian Wilson’s Free Store Dares You To Think

Adrian Wilson

Adrian Wilson is an award winning photographer who has spent the last ten years giving away his art for free. In issue 7: Come*(Eat) Dekit Magazine had the incredible opportunity to interview him about his store The Inutilious Retailer that gives artwork away to anyone willing to leave a piece

Nature’s Eco Sculptures at Burning in Water

Nature takes over art, in an exhibition showing at Burning in Water in NYC, showcasing various artists who explore the relationship between nature and our physical world. Fusing two important aspects of the world, heeds a collection of eco sculptures by various contemporary artists. The show, titles "a certain kind of Eden" tells