John Stango stands at the leading edge of modern American pop art. With a world-wide following drawn to his distinctive "American Muscle Car" style, John carries the pop art movement into the 21st Century with his powerful work.
Stango builds upon American traditional icons, creating a new vibrant, colorful, testosterone-fueled body of work. Approaching the canvas with a studied intensity, he creates bold, bright, dramatic images, resonating with pop culture energy.
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Capturing the larger-than-life personalities of America's greatest Celebrities and Icons, Stango creates strikingly unique works of portraiture. Movie stars, musicians, politicians, and other iconic Americans come to life through an intense and intimate depiction on canvass.
John Stango is proud to be a true American artist. He uses his brush to capture the essence of our country and all that it represents to him. A Stango canvas is an artistic runway for high-fashion and cultural icons. Using vibrant colors and energetic brushstrocks to objectify and expose the mood and personalities of our time.
Comic Con, eat your heart out! Superman, James Bond, Batman, Mickey Mouse - just a few of the countless Superheroes, Cartoons, and Fantasy Figures featured in Stango's pantheon of all-American favorites.
Images of Americana compete with and complement one another in these wild & whimsical artistic compositions. Stango's subjects — sexy bombshells, designer logos, sports heroes, stewardesses — mingle and mix in these signature paintings.
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Working out of a large backwoods warehouse in Philadelphia, John draws artistic inspiration from retro advertising, pop icons, B-movies, mid-century modernism, magazines, noir films, vintage signage and all things pop-culture.
Forming a unique combination of silk-screening & hand painting, John creates paintings that are at once nostalgic and modern. Intense brush strokes, explosions of color, aggressive textures, and juxtaposed images yield distinctive and recognizable canvasses.
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