Meet B.D White. He entered the art scene by painting hundreds of streetlight bases throughout New York City. Despite his spinal injury, he earned a reputation as a prolific street artist using spray paint and stencils as his main medium.
B.D. knew he was always going to be an artist. What he didn’t count on was a sporting accident at the age of 18 that left him with a broken back, paralyzed and in a wheelchair. despite his inability to easily flee if discovered, B.D. began to create compelling art on the streets in both Manhattan and Brooklyn.
B.D. expertly demonstrate that nothing can dampen or contain an artist’s almost instinctual, obsessive need to create and share with the world.
to date, B.D. has shown in group exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago, Miami, and Berlin. An installation at the World Trade Center, Scope Art Fair during Art Basel Miami, Castle Fitzjohns Gallery in Manhattan, as well as his continued work on the streets of New York; And now a one of a kind sock that transcends time and space with PYVOT. have garnered him a strong and growing collector base.