Artist Curtis Kulig lives and works in New York City where he first gained notoriety with his signature manifesto ‘Love Me’. His work is a celebration of humanity in a voice that ranges from the poignant to the playful through a wealth of mediums: rich canvases, scintillating neon, 16mm films, typewritten poems, and ubiquitous prints; in cities ranging from New York to London, Istanbul to Los Angeles, Tokyo to Berlin.

As a painter, photographer and illustrator, Kulig has collaborated with Colette, DKNY, Pendleton, Vans and Uniqlo among others, making him internationally distinguished in both the fine art and commercial domain. He has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, and contributes regularly to charities including Free Arts, Art of Elysium and most recently Hilarity for Charity.