Sharrod, born in Evergreen, raised in Chicago, has lived in Minneapolis since 2007. He is a life-long Lego enthusiast. Originally, he wanted to be an architect, but he became interested in design.
- Loves the color black
- Never eaten guacamole
- Graduated valedictorian from high school
Prismactive is a combination piece consisting of two overplayed patterns I created. I wanted to see how intricate and colorful I could make this piece without it getting to a point of being overwhelming.
Record stack is a piece I was working on as a personal side project. I wanted to create a piece based on a set of Technics 1200 Turntables my father used when I was younger. The center of the piece is based on the appearance of the ring grooves that line the center disc.
Nightscape was originally a background I made for a poster on lucid dreaming, but after looking it over I figured that it stood out enough as a separate art piece.
Clean symmetry is a pattern I made to be used on a textile print. I was working on a simple line illustration and for inspiration, I started to make this piece as a doodle to stir ideas. Eventually, It developed a full piece and crawled into my portfolio.
Jumpman is an album cover created for a remix of the popular track “Jumpman” by Drake and Future. The client requested an almost exact recreation with a few unique tweaks to the original design as well as custom illustrated heads for the artists.