Our good friends at Juxtapoz took a moment to get personal with the man of the hour, Mike Shine. Tune in for his ideal last day on Earth, his caveman firemaking talents, and thoughts on pub crawls.
20 Questions with MIKE SHINE
|Friday, 10 April 2009|
Mike Shine makes some of the most appealingly creepy driftwood paintings we ever did see. Combining elements from classic surf and skate culture, along with the low-fi era of the 60s and a fascination with philosophy, mythology, and even his wife, Mike has managed to consistently produce truly unique artwork.
With a massive installation of his infamous Art Shack currently on view at San Francisco’s The Museum of Craft and Folk Art and a two-man exhibit with Caleb Neelon opening tomorrow, April 11th at White Walls Gallery, t’s safe to say this man has been busy. That’s why we tangled up his schedule a bit more and asked him to answer our 20 Questions. Like the great guy he is, Mike obliged. So get to reading 20 Questions with Mike Shine now.