Justin Hopkins – American Artist

Eyes on American artist Justin Hopkins.

Born in 1986 and raised in a small town named Mukilteo in Washington, Justin Hopkins began drawing at age six. By the age of fourteen, he already created first artworks for selected advertising assignments. After graduating from high school, Justin was hired by legendary illustrator Charles White III to work for his Architectural design company Olio Inc. After moving to Los Angeles, CA, he started to create artworks for major clients such as Google, Red Bull, Wired Magazine, Pabst, ESPN, and others. Read more below the first image.

Holy Science album cover concept for Elder Ones.
“Holy Science” album cover concept for Elder Ones. Mixed media painting with digital graphic elements.

All these different commissioned projects allowed him to experiment with a wide range of various mediums. Today, Justin Hopkins mainly works with oils on different materials. He currently juggles life between Los Angeles, Seattle, and New York City. Check out the selection of artworks below. You can find more of his paintings on his website: www.rarebitprojects.com

Mixed media collaboration by Daniel Segrove and Justin Hopkins.
Mixed media collaboration by Daniel Segrove and Justin Hopkins.
Be Like Trash.
“Be Like Trash” – MIxed media portrait on panel.
Mixed media paintings by Justin Hopkins.
Mixed media paintings by Justin Hopkins.
No New Wave.
“No New Wave” – Work created with oils, ink, china marker, chalk, pastels, blood, human hair and broken glass suspended in acrylic.
Phantom Limb.
Phantom Limb – painting on panel.

All images © by Justin Hopkins. Discover more exceptional artists on WE AND THE COLOR. We present you a handpicked selection of both emerging and renowned artists from around the globe. Furthermore, our Art category provides you with information on current and forthcoming exhibitions.

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