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SHOWS ,Nike Graphic Studio Art Show,Blazer Mania 2,Year of the Dragon,Lazerz!,Art of Music
Chris DeGaetano AKA DIGS is a Jersey boy living in Portland. He likes to create art, ride boards & impersonate pro wrestlers (R.I.P Macho Man). Graphic design, photography and street inspired art are his weapons of choice. His work is best described as ‘visually stimulating’ and often includes a variety of multi-media techniques. DIGS was schooled in Boston, a beach bum in socal and is now Senior Designer at Nike.
SHOWS Nike Graphic Studio Art Show,Blazer Mania 2,Lazerz!,Art of Music
Hailing from New York, New York, Eugene Serebrennikov recently migrated to the left coast (for greener pastures and rainier skies). Before designing at Nike's graphic studio, he got his start designing album covers and gig posters for bands such as Rage Against the Machine, Phish, and Citizen Cope.
SHOWS Nike Graphic Studio Art Show,Blazer Mania 2,Year of the Dragon,Lazerz!
Born as a Kiwi, grew up in LA, relocated to Portland, design for Nike, burn toast for life.
SHOWS Nike Graphic Studio Art Show,Blazer Mania 2,An Ounce of Power
WASHINGTON-->ALASKA-->TEXAS-->VIRGINIA-->MISSISSIPPI-->TEXAS-->GEORGIA-->OHIO-->NEW YORK-->MISSISSIPPI-->OREGON. Some where in there ranch hand, sailor, security at an airport, husband, worked at a rock magazine, home depot, fell off a cliff, went to the bottom of the world, screenprinter, designer. Not in that order. Dood I’m a designer born to procrastinate.
SHOWS Nike Graphic Studio Art Show,Blazer Mania 2,Lazerz!
Draw, bike, chill, tacos, beer, girls, paint, beats, skate, trees, brooklyn, watts, paris, japan, brazil, drums, movies, sex, patterns, friends, french fries, sake, sushi, peanut butter, bass lines, original, fonts, love, floral fabric, illustrator, photoshop, ink pens, water, beach, night life, street art, burgers, one hundred dollar bills, soccer, baseball, fun.
SHOWS ,Nike Graphic Studio Art Show,Year of the Dragon
I was six years old, drawing at my grandparents’ house, when my Grandmom walked by and said, “Willie you’re always drawing those basketball guys...What are you going to do with them?” I paused for a few seconds and said, “I’m going to work for Nike.” Before she passed, I was able to thank her for inspiring me and always having a pen and paper waiting for me. Who are you inspiring?

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