An expanding series of rock ‘n’ roll themed prints by good friend of the gallery, New York based illustrator Aaron Meshon
Aaron Meshon graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1995 and moved to New York City, where he resides and continues to work as an illustrator.
His work has been seen in hundreds of publications throughout the world including Newsweek, Rolling Stone, Playboy, The New York Times, Wired and The Wall Street Journal to name a few. Recently Aaron had a solo show in Nagoya Japan and is looking forward to a group show in February in Los Angeles. Aaron continues to build his product catalog as well with over 50 products sold around the globe, featuring lunch boxes, t-shirts, puzzles, stationary, and magnets.
Aaron has won and been included in a number of illustration awards including; Graphis, Society of Illustrators, RSVP, 3×3, and most recently American Illustration 23. His dream is to one day run a travelling ‘shoppe’ out of the back of a sweet potato truck in Japan – combining the tractor riding days of his childhood with the consumer art orientated days of his adulthood. In the future, Aaron will continue to illustrate editorially and continue to show in galleries around the world.
We feature Aaron’s series of rock ‘n’ roll themed prints. The first, Greetings from Bruceville, referenced locations from Bruce Springsteen songs in a ficitional map of New Jersey, while Positively Dyland took a fun look at Bob Dylan’s New York.