Some of your work can be quite political. What role do you think politics plays in art, or vice versa?
I think they both fuel one another and play roles in influencing the masses. For me personally, creating political pieces is a way of sharing my voice and perspective. I don’t necessarily care whether it is shared point of view, I just aim to provoke thoughts and get the conversation started.
You produce work as Nuwarhol and Nick Anglin. Is there a different between a Nuwarhol and a Nick Anglin piece of work?
Yes, there is a difference. Nick Anglin, is an Art Director in the ad world whose focus is content creation and brand development. Meanwhile, Nuwarhol is the artist within me who is free to explore.
Your style is characterized by exciting pops of color. Have you ever painted anything more sombre or wanted to?
Honestly, nah…My inspiration often comes from fashion, music, Pop Culture, and my Caribbean roots. By infusing images with vivid colors, I want viewers to step inside a vibrant world and take note of the beauty that surrounds them on a daily basis. With that said, I don’t think sombre is my style.