Plasticgod is an internationally known Los Angeles pop artist who over the years has established himself as a pop culture revivalist focusing on celebrity caricature with a celebrity collector list of 200 + including J.J. Abrams, Robert Downey Jr., Anne Hathaway, Seth Green, Malcolm McDowell and much of young Hollywood along with ambassadors of Switzerland.
He’s been exhibiting in museums and galleries around the world since 2001 including the Andy Warhol Museum and in the past has shown with Paul McCarthy, Ed Ruscha, and John Baldessari.
After showing extensively in over 200 plus shows, he’s reached one of his highest achievements of #1 selling artist at Sanrio’s Hello Kitty 35th Anniversary “Three Apples” Exhibition with 1400 pieces sold.
Other milestones include being the crowd favorite at the The Vader Project exhibition that traveled three continents with a final destination at Freeman’s Auctioneers where it was the 5th highest selling piece out of 100 other designs ending up at Skywalker Ranch as part of the largest Star Wars collection in the world.
In the press, he’s been interviewed for Vanity Fair with four other top artists in the United States regarding how he would decorate the Oval Office for The President.
He’s had his works seen on major networks like MTV, HGTV, G4, FuelTV and Your LA on NBC. He’s been published in 6 books, press in international magazines such as Italian Vogue and Elle, as well as two issues in Entertainment Weekly, Sportswear, Juxtapoz, two covers for BPM and mentions in the New York and Los Angeles Times.
In the vinyl toy realm he designed the exclusive Moonman vinyl toy for the 2007 MTV VMA’s and had an international vinyl toy hit called the Axis of Evil that garnered attention from South Korean press and Ellen Degeneres.
Past corporate clients include: MTV, Marvel, Mattel, Coachella Arts Festival, Hewlitt-Packard, Lucas Films, Linkin Park,The Standard Hotel, SugarSports, Ignition Post, and many more.
Plasticgod gives back as he annually raises money for numerous charities and continues to branch out into new avenues involving his art and pop culture.