For All The Peoples
For All The Peoples (Nick Kalivas) has always taken inspiration from his studies. Researching subjects like mythology and the occult to entheogens and comparative religion he combines his philosophical lenses to derive his meaning. The symbol structure presented throughout his work creates a clear but yet undefined quasi narrative that’s left to the viewers interpretation. For All The Peoples art style could at best be described as a combination of early 20th and 21st century cartoons. His two dimensional line work and three dimensional color has a playful style, taken from his love of animation and story telling, that intertwines with one another to create a dialogue within the work and with the viewer.