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#44 – Jeremy Biggers

This week, Matt sits down with Jeremy Biggers, an award-winning Dallas artist renowned for his painting, murals, and filmmaking. Educated at Booker T Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, Jeremy honed his diverse artistic talents from a young age. His acclaimed work, featured in galleries across the country, skillfully combines his unique artistic vision with high-profile collaborations with brands like IBM and Nike. Biggers is a true innovator in the art world, constantly pushing boundaries whether he's working on a canvas or behind a camera. Tune in for an unmissable episode that showcases the multifaceted nature of a modern artistic genius.

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Jeremy Biggers

Jeremy Biggers is an award-winning creator who has made a name for himself as a painter, muralist, film-maker. He was born and raised in Dallas, Texas, where he attended Booker T Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. It was during this time that he discovered his passion for painting and developed a love for photography, film-making, and graphic design, which he later focused on in college. Since then, Biggers has become known as “Dallas' hardest working multi-hyphenate” (D Magazine). His work has also been showcased in galleries and exhibitions throughout the country.

Biggers’ artistic vision and versatility have led to partnerships with some of the biggest brands in the world, including IBM, Nike, Adidas, Jordan Brand, McDonalds, Meta, Major League Baseball, Paramount Pictures, Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, and Fossil.

Whether he's working on a canvas, on a wall, or behind a camera, Jeremy Biggers continues to push the boundaries of what it means to be an artist. His passion for his craft and his dedication to his community have made him one of the most respected and admired creators working today.


Jeremy Biggers draws inspiration from his personal experiences and the way they shape his perspective of the world. His artwork explores themes of identity, particularly in relation to his experience as a Black man in America. Through his unique visual language, he employs his signature "hyper-red" color to convey a sense of aspiration and a rejection of complacency.

The dots that are a recurring element in Biggers' work represent his mother and the ladybugs that visited him after her passing. These symbols hold a deep personal significance for the artist and add an additional layer of meaning to his pieces. Through his art, Biggers seeks to establish a connection with the viewer, encouraging sincere conversation and facilitating the discovery of new perspectives. His hope is that his work will resonate with the viewer, inspiring them to explore their own identity and gain a deeper understanding of the world around them.

Jeremy Biggers' artwork is a testament to the power of personal experiences and the ability of art to spark meaningful dialogue and promote personal growth.

Matt Gondek


Matt Gondek is a Deconstructive Pop Artist, whose work is possessed with a punk rock spirit, celebrating rebellion and destruction. With a visceral pop color palette and a disarmingly playful tone, he tears down cartoon idols, akin to slaughtering our modern day gods. Born in 1982, his creative voice is rooted in the 90s; as a true conduit of his generation and their potentially pointless search for meaning and purpose amidst a cruel life in a flawed world. He boasts sold out exhibitions in his home of Los Angeles as well as New York, Paris, Bangkok, and Hong Kong.


  • Missing Person - November 2022 - Tokyo
  • Discipline - February 2022 - Mexico City
  • RATS - August 2021 - Los Angeles
  • Original Character - April 2021 - New York
  • Mood Swings - October 2020 - Paris
  • CONTROL - November 2019 - Los Angeles
  • Clean Break - April 2019 - Bangkok
  • Growing Pains - November 2018 - Hong Kong
  • Clean Break - May 2018 - New York
  • American Gods - November 2017 - Hong Kong
  • Glow in the Dark - September 2017 - Los Angeles
  • Unholy Hand - November 2015 - Detroit
  • Struggles - April 2015 - Pittsburgh
  • Kill 'Em All - September 2014 - Pittsburgh

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