John Andrew Perello, aka JonOne, Jonone or Jon156, is an American artist, most famous for his Graffiti-influenced art.
Born in New York, JonOne used the energy he felt from the city to find freedom in painting his urban landscape. While he has evolved from his early tagging days, his art continues to be inspired by the “Urban Jungle” from his youth.
JonOne’s paintings defy the “rules” of graffiti. With a tremendous sense of movement and color, his compositions combine freestyle, hand-painted aesthetics with a sense of repetition akin to textile patterns. His work has often been compared to that of abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock and French artist Jean Dubuffet. By layering precise strokes and vibrant color, he creates a uniquely balanced yet dynamic visual experience.
John Andrew Perello，又名JonOne，Jonone或Jon156，是一位美国艺术家，以其受涂鸦影响的艺术而闻名。 JonOne出生于纽约，他利用自己从城市中感受到的能量，为自己的城市景观画上了自由。虽然他从早期的标记时代开始发展，但他的艺术仍然受到年轻时“城市丛林”的启发。 JonOne的画作无视涂鸦的“规则”。他的作品具有极强的运动感和色彩，将自由风格，手绘美学与类似于纺织图案的重复感相结合。他的作品经常与抽象表现主义者杰克逊波洛克和法国艺术家让杜布菲特的作品进行比较。通过分层精确的笔触和鲜艳的色彩，他创造了一种独特的平衡而动态的视觉体验。
This is a mind map and the journey starts from inside the vulva in the center. The ovaries symbolized by hands and the phal- lic imagery together present an origin story that connects vividly to ideas and images of the world. Major themes include religion, war, politics, technology, Egyptology, sexuality, economics, environmental waste, media, history, music, greed and human nature. The density of thoughtful depiction and layers of meaning make this a very special work by the artist.