The Truth In This Art is Rob Lee's series of candid, intellectually curious conversations with artists, creatives and entrepreneurs — about their process, ideas that go into their work, and everything in between. Listen to the complete archives of 400-plus interviews with guests from Baltimore & beyond including photographer Devin Allen, filmmaker (Afro-Punk) & graphic novelist James Spooner, comedian Roxxy Haze, NPR's LaFontaine Oliver and many more.
Haskins developed an imagination for various lifestyles earlier in life, inspired by ways of living outside of Baltimore,MD. Throughout the past decade, he has worked on retail projects, creative direction for artists, as well as consulting for brands. To
McKinley Wallace III is a mixed-media painter whose art depicts strength expounded by the oppressed and an educator dedicated to cultivating people-oriented environments that foster inclusive community building and high-quality learning.
Mz. Icar is an anonymous art collective comprised primarily of Black Women. Our name is racIzM, backward. Our members comprise of an Illustrator, Photographer, Designer, Prop stylist, Street Artist, and Collage Artist.
Ucheoma Uzosike is a cartoonist and animator from Catonsville. Ucheoma has shared his work social media for a few years and is currently working in character design and creating a comedy series for Webtoon. He enjoys bringing the bizarre and niche into hi
Artist Kumasi J. Barnett alters actual comic book covers to transform classic good vs. evil stories into a reflection on the problems that plague our society: systemic racism, police brutality, corporate greed, and political corruption.
Albert Phillips was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland and received primary education in the Baltimore City Public Schools System. He earned an Associate of Arts in General Studies from Baltimore City Community College, a Bachelor of Science in Print