Modern Surrealism: Karla Urbina (video/podcast)

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Karla Urbina is a painter living in Guadalajara, creating wonderful and unusual artworks that often portray personal and societal struggles, questions about well-being and progress in society. Karla is also an entrepreneur and co-founder of a streetwear company, Existing Is Hard.

In this episode, Kurt interviews Karla about her creative process, how she comes up with the ideas for her artworks, her methods of interpreting the world to influence creativity, how looking at clouds or stains on a ceiling can provide inspiration, what it's like to provide the artwork for a graphic novel, and what it's like to start a company in Mexico.

Check out Karla The Monster on Instagram.

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