Eric SKOTNES is a Los Angeles artist who embarked on graffiti at 11 years old. His obsession constructing large-scale graffiti inspired him to design murals.
Despite Eric’s unique esthetic creating abstract graffiti derived murals, he grew unsatisfied with his perceived artistic limitations. Consequently, Eric pursued a rigorous art education at Art Center College of Design from 2005-2009 in which he studied illustration and fine art.
During his last term at Art Center, Eric started to receive commissions from movie and television production studios. Eric has done paintings, graffiti, murals, and illustration for studio productions such as: Brooklyn Nine Nine, Family Tree, How to be a Latin Lover, Murder in the First, The Good Place, and Last Man on Earth, just to name a few. Eric currently works on a series of figurative paintings based on human interaction that blends his style of graffiti art with classical figurative painting.