Cojo, Art Juggernaut
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|Cojo "Art Juggernaut"|
September 25, 1977 |
New York, New York
|Training||School of Visual Arts|
Cojo, Art Juggernaut (born September 25, 1977) is an American artist, writer, and Gen-X Artistic Pop-Zeitgeist. His work has been printed in fifteen countries and sixteen languages. He rose to notoriety in the early 2000s for his commercial art and illustration, predominantly in print and fashion.
His style is characterized by vector-sharp, thick outlines and bold colors. He is most noted for his work at Maxim Magazine, which he has appeared in nearly 100 times over four years. His comic strip, "A Day in the Life", regularly appeared inside the back cover of the US edition.
Sketch365 was a sketch-a-day conceptual contemporary art experiment in which Cojo created a single 8½" x 11" finished original pencil line-art drawing a day for a single year, beginning on his 28th birthday (September 25, 2005–September 24, 2006). It is considered a seminal work in the artist's progression.
Cojo has a BFA from The School of Visual Arts class of 1999.
- Official website
- Cojo's Art Portfolio
- Cojo's Sketch Experiment
- Cojo's Podcast "Art Juggernaut Program"
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