Antoine Tavaglione’s work is impossible to dismiss. Perhaps it’s because of his very distinctive style, or maybe because his idol happens to be Keith Haring. Either way, the guy behind the dripping haute couture logos and the fun cannoli heaven stuff that you may have seen around, is difficult to ignore.
Most important to Antoine’s character is his new-wave-pop-art work ethic. One that combines high speed production, marketing, and popular culture, and has resulted in his current bout of success as an artist.
Not one for modesty, Antoine will be the first to tell that his work ethic is a huge part of why he’s been so successful. WRG recently set out and meet him. We just had to know more about the artist standing at the juncture between street and commercial art.
Here’s how it all went down: Continue Reading
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