Full Name: Damon Carey Guthrie (Native Planetarian)
(but I wanna legally change my middle name to the image of a happy-face)
Born: 1980 C.E.. In the Noe Valley ….San Francisco, CA, Earth
Education: Hella Smart Yo…and then he attended The University of California @Santa Cruz to dance in the trees for four years somehow receiving a BA in Community Studies …
Damon began to use his gills to manipulate his embryonic fluids in surrealistic patterns before he was even born. Now, that he has access to computers, pens , watercolors, flattened dead trees, his artistic abilities have expenentially flourished.
Growing up in a time when globalization still incorporated the suffering of people, Damon was continually bombarded with pressing issues. Issues, as they relate to humans, such as: symbiotic energy production, the evolution of imperialistic regimes towards a more progressive strategy for human happiness, sex, fire, music and money.
Damon now bikes a lot, living close to where he lives (on purpose) and is very funny sometimes. In a recent interview, Damon spoke about his love of art, saying “Yes!”. His works now are being exhibited in their physical form in homes and public spaces all around the San Francisco Bay Area as well as in pixilated form to the people of the world who have access to “The Internet ”.
He is presently thinking about a myriad of really GOOD IDEAS that will most likely come to fruition…
You may soon see him and/or his creations at an establishment near you...
"That’s cool….Later Dude!!”
p.s. Damon C. Guthrie is dedicated to creating original images designed to promote positive change for the world in which we stand. Damon's artistic focus swirls around his consciousness of causes and effects; of our societies, our cultures and our daily actions. With whimsical cartoonish imagery and a vibrantly balanced use of color, Damon Guthrie's images provoke a calm interceptive look at our lives and our world, reminding us, that in a very large way, we are all on the SameTeam. For more information visit www.SameTeam.Us or simply call (510) 815-0691