The signature style of renowned artist Justin Bua’s Distorted Urban Realism distinctively permeates his innovative “Piano Man” series. Having grown up in New York city, Bua was inspired to create his raw, visceral vision of an urban, multicultural, Hip-Hop influenced world. Complementing his classical art training on the streets, Bua is also an acclaimed break-dancer and graffiti artist whose artworks are provocative and universally embraced.
Internationally renowned, groundbreaking artist Justin Bua honors the urban underground’s cultural significance in his art. Bua was strongly influenced and inspired by the raw, visceral street scene of his native New York City, as well as the fledgling Hip Hop movement which sparked his distinctive “Distorted Urban Realism” style. Initially a commercial artist, Bua created skateboards, CD covers, clothing and ad campaigns. With foundations in classical art, Bua’s work speaks a universal language of urban rhythms and graffiti to society’s insiders and outcasts, breaking the barriers between heroes and underdogs.