“My current style is large scale, hand-cut collage. My genre is pop and pop surrealism.”
What country are you from and where do you live?
Born and raised in Toronto. Recently relocated to southern California.
Title of what you do? Visual Artist – Krovblit Inc.
Education background? Ryerson University – BA in Photography
What is your signature style/artistic expression? My current style is large scale, hand-cut collage. My genre is pop and pop surrealism.
What was your career turning point/your big break? Moving to California. Things really opened up once I got here. The scope is so much bigger.
What was your scariest and proudest moment in your career? Deciding to leave Toronto and move to California was the scariest…so much unknown. I felt a lot of pride recently with the amount success I have had exclusively making and selling my art.
What is next for your career goals:?
I am currently working on much larger scale projects including hand-cut murals and three dimensional sculptures.
What advice would you give to someone starting out in your business?
Firstly – Success comes from the relentless pursuit of your ideas.
Secondly – Always be flexible enough to move around obstacles so that you can keep inching closer to your dreams.
Lastly – Never give up!
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David Krovblit’s pop surrealist collages explore consumerism, sexuality, and other social themes. His “Porthole” series, in particular, juxtaposes retro exploration gear, floral arrangements, and Western iconography.