XRAY is a pop artist and muralist from Florida who is based in Montreal, Quebec. He traveled during childhood as part of a military family; living in Japan, Alaska and Texas(to name a few) while always maintaining roots in Florida. He started out as a graffiti artist in the early 1990’s, eventually progressing into doing commercial theming projects for the likes of Disney and Universal Studios. Since moving to Canada in 2008, he has focused on creating his unique brand of artwork. Now he is primarily known for his colorful and layered painted, wooden cut-outs and for his vibrant, tropical inspired paintings. XRAY often incorporates advertising art from the 1950’s to the 1990’s and makes references to American pop culture and skateboard graphics. His aesthetic consists of clean lines, cartooning and a specialty for unique typographic elements while exploring modern and urban themes. XRAY’s work is collected and shown from Montreal to Beirut to Miami. He is represented by Station 16 gallery(Montreal) and is also very active in the street art movement. With an “old fashioned” work ethic and an eye to the future, XRAY is about creating his own artistic path and staying connected to the wonder of childhood.