Charleston native Phillip Hyman has been cranking out artwork since the tender age of 8. Now, at 52, Hyman, also known as "the Machine," is your go-to man if you're looking to get exposure as a fledgeling artist.
Hyman's creativity and versatility as an artist gives him very little downtime, and that's a great thing. The man spouts out art like a faucet, but, when he does have spare time, he loves to curate underground art shows highlighting the talents of artists of all ages and skill levels.
The Charleston City Paper has a nice profile piece on Hyman in which he shares details about his life, his passion for art, and information on the new bi-monthly 'Eyeball Art Show' at Jimbo's Rock Lounge that he's curating.
Hop over and take a read.