Art Conversation with Febryan Yudha

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 3 min read

This month, we're doing a short Q&A session to our new Scene Stealers, Febryan Yudha. Currently living in Toronto, Canada, he talks his passion, what art means to him, and more.


Ego: What art means to you?

Febryan: Art covers many aspects, from philosophical aesthetics to multidisciplinary businesses. Sometimes I appreciate art simply as an eye-pleasing entertainment, while other times in my profession I see art as an unfinished compound that needs to be integrated with business objectives.


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American Psycho, 2016

Ego: When you create artwork, where do you usually got your ideas / inspiration?

Febryan: My references keep building up everyday through all the interesting things I see and experience: video games, movies, toys, vacation trips, catchy billboards (and the list goes on).


Ego: What are you currently working on? Is there any upcoming project that you're planning to do?

Febryan: Lately I have been busy doing multiple projects from my workplace, mostly graphic design & UI/UX stuffs. Our upcoming project is still confidential at the moment, but I will be able to tell you more about it once it launches.


Ego: Who's your favorite artist?

Febryan: In illustration aspect, 2 of my all-time favorite artists/illustrators would be Alex Pardee and Greg “Craola” Simkins.


Ego: Okay, one last question. Do you have any message for young people out there who's interested in art but don't know where to start?

Febryan: Keep exploring some shit and you can start from those references.


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