Todd White


Todd White

Born in 1969 in Texas, Todd White is an artist that has increased his profile beyond recognition with his distinctive style and iconic popularity across the world. After relocating to Hollywood, one of Todd White’s key spells came at Warner Bros. Studios. Through character development, White began to forge his own artistic style and became part of the lead character design and animation team for the internationally renowned cartoon series SpongeBob SquarePants. We experience the subjects in Todd White Art every day, but because his perspective is so unusual he alters the way we perceive the people we encounter and the roles we play around each other. He studies body language, utilizing the nuances of his source material to capture the subtleties of what one shows and what one hides.

Todd White Art is infectious. It has caught the attention and imagination of art collectors around the world in addition to many Hollywood celebrities and ambassadors of the high life. Todd White’s reputation has been stamped not only as an exhilarating and revered artistic talent but also something of a style icon – the creator of highly collectable and much sought items of designer decor. Todd White Art has often been described as Picasso meets the Rat Pack. His paintings reveal the thrill and excitement that surrounds the rich and famous in Hollywood’s fashionable nightclubs and restaurants. Todd White exaggerates the features of his characters which enables the viewer to gain an insight into the lives and personality that they could have. Todd White Art is captivating, demanding repeated viewings, and often evoking laughter or thoughts of familiar emotions. His desire to reveal his subjects’ innermost feelings provide timeless scenes of attraction and intimacy; beneath the exaggerated features and textured skin of his characters there is truth, both ours and theirs.

Todd White was chosen from hundreds of artists as the Official Artist of the GRAMMY® Awards in 2007, the world’s most prestigious music event, and in 2009, Todd was invited by Warner Bros. to contribute to a major design exhibition celebrating the 70th Anniversary of The Wizard of Oz. Following a string of record-breaking shows in the UK, Todd White returned to the US to even greater acclaim, and has since become one of the most collectable and successful living artists in the world.