Nueva York · Branding, typography, activism, murals
AN ARTIST IN EVERY SENSE
A chord from Bob Dylan's "Blowing in the Wind," the vibrant palette of Matisse, the commanding typography of conceptual artist Barbara Kruger, and the masterful mind of graphic designer Paul Rand all help you understandTimothy Goodman as both an artist and a person.
Masculinity, race, politics, heartbreak, and love serve as inspiration for this New York artist, whose murals and graffiti adorn the streets of Manhattan, New Orleans, and Los Angeles. Not even MoMA can resist the talent that has landed him on the covers of influential publications like The New York Times. Furthermore, his words become hits in the realms of creativity, art, and design, magnetically attracting brands like Guess, Netflix, Tiffany & Co., and Apple.
The Sharpie maestro doesn't just communicate through striking typography. Among his personal projects, he has challenged the powerful with his provocative protest at Trump Tower and celebrating the triumph of love over adversity in his controversial performance piece, "Kissing Wins." Without a doubt, Timothy Goodman transcends the conventional boundaries of art.
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