Jason Pulgarin is a contemporary street artist from Brooklyn, currently based out of Los Angeles. Pulgarin has been creating and drawing people ever since he was a young child. His work is bold and precise, often working with spray paints, watercolors, and cutting. Pulgarin discussed why he enjoyed working with these mediums, stating that “both (spray paint and watercolors) are at opposite ends of the spectrum from each other but they both have this fluidity about them… it’s interesting.” His pieces are largely inspired by other contemporary artwork but also from things like the History Channel.
Words: Heather Uroff. Images courtesy of the artist.