CAB

“ I paint iconic sport figures that are frozen in time.”

CAB was born and raised in So. California. After graduating college, he immersed himself in the Pop Art movement of the 70’s and 80’s in Los Angeles, influenced by such masters as Keith Harring, Kenny Sharp, Leo Posselico, Doug Webb, Steve Kaufman and of course the late great Andy Warhol.

During this time he joined a young progressive group of “Neo Pop Artist” that expressed their new form of art by anonymously spray painting murals and political message in the middle of the night for people to view by dawns early light. This is when he gained notoriety as a street artist known only as CAB.

In 2009 he was arrested because the County of Los Angeles labeled his Neo Pop Art as graffiti and ruled it as destruction of public property. The Judge warned him that next time would result in years of jail time. This new chapter caused CAB to turn his attention to helping other artist achieve success through Marketting/Managing/Promoting their original work and also restoring and repairing vintage art work for collectors around the world.

In 2013 he saw there was a huge demand for sports related Pop Art. That, coupled with his passion for sports memorabilia, became the geniuses of what CAB calls Sports Pop Art. Since then, his iconic images, masterfully embellished, are sought after by renowned collectors from around world.

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