Size: 24"W x 48"H x 0.5"D
Year Created: 2014
Ready to Hang
It started with Legos and Lincoln logs.
As far back as I can recall I have wanted to create. I grew up subverting mainstream cultures and mentalities. That is when I created THRASHBIRD. I like expression where there are grey walls.
Using humor and satire to portray relevant social issues such as our unhealthy interest in popular celebrities, selfie culture and our increasing reliance on new technological tools, his works are known to be fierce and visually powerful, always questioning the status quo. He came into prominence after creating his most recognizable character named the Clone on the streets of Los Angeles – the slender figure obscured by a black hoodie who is leaned inward and glued to its phone. Provoking confrontation and dialogue, his works question the necessity and the visual pollution brought to us by advertising. With his billboard takeovers, the artist takes the public space away from the big companies and replaces them with art.