Saints and Lords

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Description

Saints and Lords – 21 1/2″ x 40″ – Hand Embellished Canvas on Board – Edition Size of 135

In Todd’s Words:

“Two powerful words together. How much of the world has been changed by these two words? Here in the painting we have a level playing field and it’s not clear who’s running who. But you know who has the power here don’t you? Across a wide spectrum of colors in a wild careless setting, this is one party that you want to be at… But who will you be behind your mask?”

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Biography

Todd White is being hailed as the hottest artist on the planet. His quirky portraits of nightlife, romance and mischief are highly collectible. Because of this he has gained international recognition. Todd’s paintings have entered the collections of stars and celebrities and corporate groups. Sylvester Stallone, Mary J. Blige and Catherine Zeta Jones, to name a few. He’s a charismatic man with style. For that reason he has become a magnet for art collectors all over the world. You’re not just buying the painting, you are buying the man. And the man is hot.

Todd began his exciting career designing many characters for the hit cartoon SpongeBob SquarePants. It was there that he developed an artistic style of exaggerated human features that define a person. With this he really captures what makes a person unique and sexy. In 2007 he was selected to be the official artist of the GRAMMY® Awards for that reason. Two years later, Warner Brothers invited him to be an official artist to celebrate the 70th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz. He is the perfect artist to properly represent pop culture. We might also add a collaboration with Coca-Cola and a gold medal from Diana Princess of Wales. These are high praise for any artist, and just some of the most noteworthy.

Rock star. Sex symbol. Tough guy. Paint slinger. Todd white probably has  something for everyone. It seems like an artist this versatile was destined for stardom. Hence, it’s easy to see why he has been called the most famous living artist.