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NYOTA’s June issue

The Art Is Life Issue

It’s hard to think of a time when I wasn’t using art to express myself growing up. Whether I was making mediocre sci-fi films on iMovie or drawing makeover sketches on my notepads, art has always been the easiest way for me to share my perspective. As I’ve gotten older, my appreciation for art and artists has only strengthened. In this issue, singer Dreamer Boy shares how music has played an integral part in his life and discusses the influences behind his incredible album Lonestar. We also hear from stylists, graphic designers, photographers, and more how they’ve built their connection to their art form and strengthened their skills over the years. I hope this issue ignites or reignites your artistic passions and encourages you to see the beauty in the everyday.

Read Issue 36 in full here.

– Carol Wright, Editor in Chief of NYOTA Magazine




NYOTA from its inception has focused on featuring emerging stars in music, fashion, and culture that we believe should be on your radar. Our Star Power issues will give you a more in-depth look at an emerging star’s life and introduce you to other young people doing amazing things in their respective fields. Check out our two most recent issues below. 

Dreamer Boy

Fresh off the heels of his Summer in America Tour, Dreamer Boy is reflecting on his third studio album, Lonestar, and the influences behind it. The singer-songwriter talked to NYOTA about his evolution as an artist, what can come out of the other side of discomfort, and creating his rodeo clown persona.

Kenzie Welch

Kenzie Welch has restored people’s self-confidence through her work as a stylist by pursuing her true passion of connecting with real people and bringing their dream style to life. Welch talked to NYOTA about building an eye for style, her viral makeover series, and building relationships with brands.

Elisha Zepeda

Elisha Zepeda, a book cover designer based in the Pacific Northwest, has gained traction for his work after he started sharing his process and unused book cover designs on TikTok. Zepeda talked to NYOTA about originality in book covers, making art for art’s sake, and discovering his interest in art later in life.

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