Dr. Pimp: For me its a honor and a pleasure 2 have my homie George Dreazy E in da House. Thanx that you came 2 join the Lab. When I took a first look at your drawings that I posted here I was deeply impressed by your artwork. You are very young in comparision 2 me, but I can alraedy feel that you are very close 2 finding your own personal style. That might sound strange 2 you, but it took me about a 35 year, So I know what Iam talking `bout.
Dr. Pimp: Why are you drawing rap artists?
I don’t draw only rap artist, i like to be all around you know. But when I’m drawing rap artists, i do it as a respect for them.
Dr. Pimp: When did you start working?
I started drawing, when i was a kid. I learned to draw from Dragon Balls, which is my fav cartoon even now.
Dr. Pimp: What is the most important part when choosing a subjet/motiv for an artwork?
Well, when i start a subject i just need to feel it, to have the idea in my mind and to put it on the paper.
Dr. Pimp: That kind of stuff or what has your artwork to do with your real life?
When i need to relax my mind … i draw. It’s a hobby, a part of my life. Some of them i sell, some of them i keep for myself or i draw if someone asks something special, they want.
Dr. Pimp: So Thanx a lot for joining the Lab tonight Brotha. I must confess, that this is the fast but the best
interview we ever had here on DrPimpsLab with a drawing artist. Although it is the first one. Dreazy I think we hadn`t had enough time to light up a cigarette, you were fast as hell….but you put it to the point straight with no NicNac. Thanx. Please a big round of applause for my Homie George!
More George ARtwork
My absolut fovorite of Georges gorgeous drawings – this is the illustration masterpiece
While writing – I listened 2 that
Hammertrack “Nigga” startin at 0:53