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Marked in pencil lower left "A/P" with TCP blindstamp lower left
Signature: Signed in pencil lower right "Curtis Kulig"
A photographer-turned-graffiti artist and painter, Curtis Kulig is best known for his iconic campaign featuring the words “Love Me” in mixed-media cursive, spray-painted onto the streets and rooftops of New York, Los Angeles, Paris, and Tokyo, and produced in the form of prints, canvases, and stickers. “I like the idea of writing on canvases, I like the idea of different techniques, different mediums,” he has said. In recent years he has worked on commercial commissions from Nike, Bobbi Brown, and Converse, among other renowned brands, and on collaborative projects with fellow street artists Shepard Fairey and Skullphone. He also produces portrait and lifestyle photography—primarily of the urban skateboarding scene—in color and black-and-white 35mm film.
American, b. 1981, Minot, North Dakota, based in New York, New York