Dustin Klein was an INTEGRAL part of the track bike movement of the early 2000's. Having a part in the first MASH SF Video, founded Cadence Collection in 2003 and starting the Fast Friday cycling events in Seattle. Still a key figure in cycling subculture He was go on to design and direct projects from Footware, and APPAREL to art shows and videos.
CLIENT LIST /
RE Load Bags
Dover Street Market
Box Truck Gallery
Being a maker, I feel compelled to create. I focus this energy into an art practice working with intuition, rhythm, and pattern. The practice is a meditation that allows me to slow down and translate this experience into a visual language. This energy sets a rhythm that informs my process of making things. The rhythm is realized through the various stages that I take a piece through as dictated by my materials, from painting, to deconstructing and re-assembling. I am driven by the challenge of creating a visual balance through the physicality of materials and ephemera of experience.
Physicality of creating works is as vital as the visual results that follow. There are multiple elements at play for each piece that I create. For example the works on human skin or Permanent Markings are not pre drawn and simply traced. Each piece has a guide or road map that sets the direction of the work. The process of creating these are done in the moment informed by the environment, the client and myself. Together we create the finished piece.