Eyecon / Color / Revolution: the themes in Rolland Berry’s work come straight out of the LA street art scene. As a painter, Rolland Berry mixes his unique world view with motifs from the counter-culturism born out of the 60s and 70s to create his “Colur” art, through which he conveys an edgy message aimed at today’s superficial society about the loss of individual identity in the digital era.

Rolland Berry studied fine art at the Pasadena Art Center and at Otis College of Art and Design. In 1996 he started working at renowned select shop Fred Segal in Los Angeles as a buyer and creative director. In 1998, he launched his line “Colur by Rolland Berry”. Rolland was taught silkscreen painting technique as part of the 3rd generation of Pop Art giant Andy Warhol’s legacy, and established his personal brand of Paint Art according to his personal world perspective. Rolland currently exhibits his work in LA and NY. He has collaborated with Shepard Fairey (OBEY) and has been successful as a trailblazer in the LA street art scene.