My work is two-dimensional and revolves around black culture, pop culture, and universal themes such as love and unity. I use a variety of mediums such as charcoal, acrylics, colored pencil, and graphite to bring my ideas to fruition. I take references from pop culture and put my own spin on it to give the image its own unique quality. Inspiration to make art comes from what I observe in the world around me every day: music, television, politics, friends, culture, etc. Creating art brings a sense of tranquility and a means of expression to me. It is my hope that while I create art based on my personal interests and feelings, the viewer will arrive at similar feelings.
DeVon Ford is an artist who creates two-dimensional art stemming from influences of pop culture and universal feelings such as love or unity. His work specializes in well-rendered portraits, vector designs, and pop art. He is currently pursuing a B.F.A in art at Winthrop University with a minor in Visual Design Studies. DeVon has participated in numerous art displays and live painting sessions in his local community. He is inspired to create art by elements of everyday life such as music, family, television, and politics. Essentially, DeVon aims to use his art as a platform to bring the viewer’s awareness to the social, political, spiritual, and entertainment world around them.