PROJECT S2DIO #038 – CALEB NEELON

Né en 1976 à Boston et installé dans les environs de Cambridge dans le Massachusetts , Caleb Neelon AKA Sonik, est artiste, écrivain et éducateur à la fois. Il est le co-auteur avec Tristan Manco, du livre Graffiti Brasil édité par Thames and Hudson, auteur/illustrateur du livre pour enfant “Lilman Makes a Name for Himself” et est éditeur chez Swindle Magazine. Ses oeuvres sont parues dans Arkitip, Bant, Boston Magazine, the Boston Sunday Globe, National Public Radio’s All Things Considered, Art New England, Alarm, Vogue, Girl, Contemporary et dans de nombreux ouvrages comme Supreme Quality, Graffiti World, Enamelized et Street Logos. Il a contribué à de nombreux articles pour Tokion, Print, Juxtapoz, On The Go et beaucoup d’autres magazines et journaux. Il a donné des cours à la Harvard Law School, Bates College, Northeastern University et dans son ancienne école, Harvard Graduate School of Education. Ses travaux ont également été présentés dans des galeries à travers les Etats-Unis et sur les murs de Kathmandu, Reykjavik, Bermuda, Calcutta, Sao Paulo et partout en Europe. Il n’aime pas le temps en hiver…

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Born in 1976 in Boston and based in neighboring Cambridge, Caleb Neelon AKA Sonik is an artist, writer, and educator. He is co-author with Tristan Manco of the Thames and Hudson book Graffiti Brasil, author/illustrator of the children’s book, Lilman Makes a Name for Himself, and an editor at Swindle Magazine. His artwork has been featured in Arkitip, Bant, Boston Magazine, the Boston Sunday Globe, National Public Radio’s All Things Considered, Art New England, Alarm, Vogue Girl, Contemporary, and several books, including Supreme Quality, Graffiti World, Enamelized and Street Logos. He has been a contributing writer to Tokion, Print, Juxtapoz, On The Go, and several other magazines and journals. He has lectured at Harvard Law School, Bates College, Northeastern University, and his alma mater, the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Caleb’s artwork has appeared in galleries across the United States and on walls in Kathmandu, Reykjavik, Bermuda, Calcutta, Sao Paulo, and across Europe. He dislikes winter weather…

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