Born in Santa Cruz California and raised in southern Oregon, Hampton moved to Seattle after high-school where he got his start working as a professional artist. Justin Hampton has been creating powerful and resonant artwork since 1990. He got his start in Seattle as a freelance illustrator under the art direction of graphic designer Art Chantry at The Rocket; a monthly music magazine that was ground zero during the Grunge era. Three decades later he is renowned as one of the most recognizable contemporary rock poster artists and has garnered international attention. His bold line work and sublime color palette mixed with a vivid imagination are unmistakable. His work can be seen in galleries, clubs and homes around the globe. Hampton’s collaborative poster for the movie with his cohorts in Post Neo Explosionism (or PNE) was also added to the museum’s archives. Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) has archived countless numbers of his prints and originals for their permanent museum collection as well.
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