Canadian artist Jon Todd has a unique style based on a process of layering in his artwork which includes tattoo graphics, street art, Asian, Northern Europe and Mexican culture as his influences.
Both a fine artist and illustrator, his work explores the social issues and pop culture iconography of the past and present. While depicting themes of war, corruption, and internal struggle, Todd uses numerous mediums as a part of his creative process including objects, wallpapers, screen prints, Sharpies and belt sanders. “His multimedia paintings resemble kaleidoscopic mosaics charged with iconography. These highly personal reflections, despite their vivacity, mainly deal with issues about misguided stigmas, psychosis and miscommunication.” (bio from Yves Laroche Gallery)
To see more of Jon Todd’s work, visit JonTodd.ca.