Spencer Hibert is an American artist with a very distinguish art style that we could describe as Psychedelic designs.
Bold, bright, captivating and psychedelic, is how many describe American artist, Spencer Hibert’s style of artwork. Hibert was born in Seattle, Washington in 1980. Recognized for his innovative sculpture and striking paintings, the self taught artist has also designed for Faesthetic magazine, Ecko clothing, and Threadless.
His paintings have been shown at galleries across the country, and in 2009 over a million of his Miigii characters hit vending machines world wide. His larger resin sculptures have been spotlighted in many shows and have been featured in many publications. In 2010 he was awarded with the first ever Visual Big Brains Award by the Phoenix New Times.
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He’s often designing album covers for bands releasing vinyl records, and his work has found popularity on Threadless, where shirts featuring his imagery are sold. A little creepy, a little grotesque, Spencer is an avid documenter, regularly uploading peeks of his new paintings and mixed-media sculptures.
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