Title: Natural Flow
About the Artist
Originally from Union City, NJ, Eduardo has been living in Florida for the last 25 years. His passion for the arts started at a young age, painting graffiti on abandoned buildings and walls. Locally known as EMO, this passion developed into a blend of raw urban art and graphic design that is now known as his signature style. In recent years, Eduardo has gained recognition creating many large-scale murals and curating projects in West Palm Beach and throughout South Florida. Some of the mural programs Eduardo has been a featured artist in are 46 for XLVI Superbowl Indianapolis Mural Project; Downtown West Palm Beach Stairwell Mural Project; Northwood Village Mural Project, West Palm Beach; Downtown Hollywood Mural Project; Broward 100 Mural Project; the Walls Project, Baton Rouge; Canvas West Palm Beach and Biscayne Green, Miami. Eduardo has also painted large-scale public mural for the Cities of
West Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Hallandale Beach, Ocala, Delray Beach and Knoxville, Tennessee.
Public art beautifies the community along with the spaces we occupy and inhabit every day. I believe that art should be accessible to all. In my teens I began painting graffiti on abandoned buildings and walls. This opened my mind to the ideas of scale and design, and the ideology behind public art. Later working as graphic designer my interest in graffiti expanded to include typography and design. Now, locally known as EMO for painting large-scale murals utilizing brushes & rollers, paint sprayers and spray paint techniques, this passion developed into a blend of raw urban art and graphic design that has become my signature style. In the past few years I have been experimenting with combining my painting with three-dimensional art.