Oh what a month it has been. My apologies for the lack of posts, its been difficult returning to the real world after spending a week secluded in a desert and then returning then going back out to the desert to lose my mind at a music festival. Life is good and so is Joey Salamon’s artwork. Salamon has filled his life with art since moving across the country. He’s worked for the reowned paper-artist Jen Stark, designed in Chicago and Hawaii, as well as produced work for some recognizable names in the music industry (Matisyahu, Slightly Stoopid, The Orwells). Salamon’s signature vibrant psychedelic style is inspired from ancient cultures/civilizations, cityscapes, and the 60’s counterculture/90’s grunge movement mixed in with contemporary fashion and street art. His work has been featured in Juxtapoz Magazine website, People of Print, Scene 360 Magazine and now The DNA Life. Definitely give Joey Salamon a gander and check out his store where he sells some of his prints.
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