North Florida native and Atlanta original, R.Land, has been filling streets, spaces and imaginations for nearly three decades. Once described by an art critic as 'the approach of Keith Haring, the enthusiasm of Disney and the vision of Finster', his work ultimately defies categorization and garners a multi-generational fan base, with collectors and devotees as unique and varied as his unconventional style.


Land shows large format paintings and screen-print collections all over the country, in galleries and alternative spaces alike. His “anonymous” street projects continue to pop up coast to coast and the ubiquitous ‘Loss Cat’ has been carried by international retail chain Urban Outfitters and featured in the bestselling ‘Found’ coffee table book. His work appears in countless motion pictures and television series including ‘The Change Up’,  ‘Aqua Teen Hunger Force’, and 'The Walking Dead' and his stylized illustrations can be seen in a variety of national publications and a score of other media.




Much of Land's inspiration comes from community and he focuses on projects that work in conjunction with the efforts of organizations ranging from natural heritage and historical preservation to children’s education and just about anything involving city pride and stewardship. His work, including the iconic Pray for ATL, is now featured in the Atlanta History Center and the Georgia State Capital. 


Check out a lot more on his website.



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