1a. ¡Hola Pejac, ¿Qué opinas de otros artistas españoles.
1b. What do you think about a Dutch guy uses google translate to ask a silly question? And why?
2. What would you be doing if you couldn't draw or paint?
3. What kind of art is on your wall in your house?
4. I applaud you keeping controle of your own art and only release your own pieces yourself. But in this commercial art world i guess that was't the easiest road to get your art out there or was it?
5. Can you please send me Meadow, Heavy Seas and Herida as a late birthday present (preferably matching numbers)? I missed out on the first two and probably will mis out on the last one also
6. Which music/artist/song will fit best as a soundtrack on your latest image (Herida).
7. Your powerful video of all the tires (a poetic nightmare made real) gave me goosebumps. If must be unreal finding that place just months after finishing the heavy seas piece. Did you literally stumble upon that place or were you traveling specifically to that place to see it with your own eyes?
Thanks for taking the time to go through all my questions. Keep up the great art!
Post by jeezuzjonessnr on May 2, 2016 21:28:49 GMT
In your work (what I have seen) you draw attention to world problems but without having a dig at a particular brand/ or company like many other artists do. Are you going to stick to this? (I think you should) if so why?
Post by sɐǝpı ɟo uoıʇɐɹǝpǝɟ on Jul 15, 2016 18:13:01 GMT
From Pejac (translated by his assistant). He's very busy getting ready for his new show but hopefully he will answer a couple more questions soon.
What is your opinion regarding Spanish artists?
I believe we can be proud of the standard of work demonstrated by Spanish Artists within The Street Art Scene. The work shows a wide range of styles, produced with creativity and artistic honesty.
From where do you draw your inspiration?
My inspiration comes from all sorts of sources; from a book of Michel Houellebecq to the trashiest tv show. Which means what inspires me is the human being, in it's brightest and darkest moments, in its relation with the world and within them. I also get the feeling that while I do not really pay much attention to anything, everything calls my attention!
Do you compartmentalize your gallery and street work, or are they extensions of one another?
Regardless of whether the work is for the gallery or the street, the aim is to always preserve the spirit and spontaneity. The scenario changes, the circumstance changes, public opinion changes but the essence never changes.