Contemporary Fine Artist Originating From Denver
A unique and defining element of many MCT LoFi paintings include color depth, which creates a three-dimensional effect on his paintings when wearing special glasses. His free handed, urban-esque, abstract style has invoked comparisons to Basquiat combined with the unbridled force of Punk Rock. Bold colors, rich textures, multi-layered surfaces and text with hidden and unhidden messages are benchmarks of many MCT LoFi pieces.
Inside The Studio
Located in Denver, Colorado the MCT LoFi studio embodies our mission to make every day a getaway. With the opening of his own art studio, he is offering in person appointments to our clients for the very first time. The connection between his studio and meeting with potential clients provides a space for creatives and lovers of art world alike.
It started as an Easter painting for my kids with riddles to solve to find the eggs. Then I decided to "recycle" it into art and literally "covered up" the prior messages. While making it I got into the inspiration of conspiracy theories and played with the idea of secret society messages in an urban setting with spray paint.
The Four Absolutes are credited as the early "guideposts" of what later became the 12 Steps in AA. This version takes the four points of the cross during the crucifixion of Christ and names each of the Four Absolutes he lived and died by, Love, Purity, Unselfishness and Honesty.
Bone Crusher's origin comes from the basic text of AA which states "The philosophy of self-sufficiency is not paying off. Plainly enough it is a bone-crushing juggernaut whose final achievement is ruin." This passage applies to anyone who is suffering alone to not ask for help when it is needed the most.