Funny enough, I had to actually look through my photos from the last 6 years to answer this correctly. I'm inspired by simple color palettes and a great use of space and shapes. Probably why I love graffiti, but at the same time, obsess about the works of Ellsworth Kelly, John Baldessari, Barry McGee, and Margaret Kilgallen. They all have such a powerful sense of color and space that always attracts me. I'm inspired by classic book covers, zines, old movie posters, and old art show posters.
Evan Pricco is the Editor-In-Chief and Web Editor of leading international contemporary art magazine, Juxtapoz, based in San Francisco, California. Prior to starting with Juxtapoz in 2006, Evan worked at SF-based gallery and apparel company, Upper Playground. He is the author of Juxtapoz' continuing book series, including titles on Poster Art, Illustration, Handmade Art, and Contemporary Painting. He now lives in Sausalito, California.