Taylor Callery is an American traditional artist whose conceptually bold and graphic work is heavily influenced by the texture and culture found in the urban landscape. His methods of creation include a mixed media approach of silkscreen, spray paint, stencil, acrylic, and collage on wood panel.
His work explores and comments on complex social issues found in modern culture, expressing a wide range of topics that include pop culture, sex, politics, religion, civil rights, and more.
Taylor's original works have been exhibited and featured in a number of galleries worldwide that include Paris, New York, and Washington D.C. among others.
Taylor’s work has also been featured in the pages of Harper’s Magazine, TIME, Rolling Stone, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Mother Jones, The Smithsonian, The Atlantic, Scientific American, Sports Illustrated, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Billboard, Forbes, and over one hundred other national and international publications and advertising campaigns.
Taylor has also been recognized by prominent entities such as American Illustration, The New York Society of Illustrators, 3x3 Magazine, Communication Arts, and the Society for News Design among others.