Denver’s Urban Art: Emit
CONTRIBUTING WRITER | FELLOW MAGAZINE
In 2015, I partnered with Fellow Magazine to write a 3-part piece on Denver’s emerging street art scene. I researched artists, interviewed them and published the interviews.
Emit started painting graffiti in the late ‘80s on the East Coast. When he moved to Denver a few years later, he found a city that was young to the street art world and he quickly became one of the key players in the development of urban art in Colorado. With experience in both the legal and illegal sides of graffiti and mural art, Emit has an insightful view of the culture of graffiti and the development of the art form over time.
See the full article at Fellow Magazine.
Photos by Kate Rolston