Tony Philippou was born in 1978 in Bronx, NY and still resides and creates there to this day. His intentions are to explore the reality and relationships of humans using the theme of religion and it’s most recognizable character; Jesus; alongside his apostle’s and other notable characters. Philippou’s fascination with this particular theme has stemmed from his love of the human form, design and symbolism.

All personal views aside, the artist is not trying to advocate any message or stance via religion at all in his paintings; it is merely the symbolic and creative influence that he is inspired by. A fresh and exciting perspective is what he lends to his viewers.

Philippou graduated in 2001 from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn NY with a BFA in Illustration.

Current and Previous Works by Tony Philippou

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  • “Lie To Me”

    (2016)
    $900
    Available
    Acrylic on Rives BFK mounted to wood panel
    12" × 12"
    30 × 30 cm

    Show:

    • The New Vanguard – Taking place at The Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH)
  • “Seeking The Minotaur”

    (2010)
    $1,600
    Sold
    Oil on wood
    Framed
    16" × 40"
    41 × 102 cm

    Show:

    • with featured artist Johnny “KMNDZ” Rodriguez
  • “Vixen Mary Feels Your Pain”

    (2009)
    $800
    Sold
    Oil on wood (framed)
    6" × 11.5"
    15 × 29 cm

    Show:

    • Mary In Bronxzooland
  • “Talk Pretty To Me”

    (2009)
    $800
    Sold
    Oil on wood (framed)
    6" × 11.5"
    15 × 29 cm

    Show:

    • Mary In Bronxzooland
  • “Saturday Evening Jeezus”

    (2008)
    $1,700
    Sold
    Oil on Wood
    20" × 24"
    51 × 61 cm

    Show:

    • The Trinity
  • “JP Brings The Heat”

    (2008)
    $1,200
    Sold
    Oil on Wood
    11" × 15"
    28 × 38 cm

    Show:

    • The Trinity
  • “Jeezus Of The Trinity”

    (2008)
    $800
    Sold
    Oil on Wood
    11" × 11"
    28 × 28 cm

    Show:

    • The Trinity
  • “Juda Piece King Serpentine”

    (2008)
    $1,200
    Sold
    Oil on Wood
    11" × 15"
    28 × 38 cm

    Show:

    • The Trinity
  • “Birds Don`t Fly Without My Permission”

    (2008)
    $1,200
    Sold
    Oil on Wood
    11" × 15"
    28 × 38 cm

    Show:

    • The Trinity
  • “Drive-by Judas”

    (2008)
    $1,200
    Sold
    Oil on Wood
    11" × 15"
    28 × 38 cm

    Show:

    • The Trinity
  • “Jeezus Piece Is My Pimp”

    (2008)
    $750
    Sold
    Oil on Wood
    13" × 15"
    33 × 38 cm
  • “197th & Scawtra”

    (2008)
    $700
    Sold
    Oil, Color Pencil & Ink on Board
    11" × 14"
    28 × 36 cm
  • “Jeezus Piece 2”

    (2008)
    $650
    Sold
    Oil on Wood
    9" × 11"
    23 × 28 cm
  • “Playin’ With JP’s Heart”

    (2008)
    $750
    Sold
    Oil on Wood
    12" × 12"
    30 × 30 cm
  • “Jeezus Piece In The Blessing of the 2”

    (2008)
    $750
    Sold
    Oil on Wood
    12" × 12"
    30 × 30 cm
  • “JP Ponders Good Fish”

    (2008)
    Sold
    Oil on Metal
    13" × 35"
    33 × 89 cm
  • “Jeezus Piece Keepin’ It Mad Real”

    (2008)
    $900
    Sold
    Oil on Wood
    16" × 20"
    41 × 51 cm
  • “JP Badminton Champ of Hades”

    (2008)
    $900
    Sold
    Oil on Wood
    16" × 20"
    41 × 51 cm

    Show:

    • Picks Of The Harvest: Batch IV
  • “Ne Cede Malis (Yield Not To Evil)”

    (2014)
    $1,100
    Sold
    Acrylic on wood panel
    12" × 12"
    30 × 30 cm

    Show:

    • SCOPE MIAMI BEACH 2014
  • “Passive Aggressive”

    (2014)
    $500
    Sold
    Acrylic on wood panel
    6" × 6"
    15 × 15 cm

    Show:

    • AQUA 2014
  • “Trust Me”

    (2015)
    $800
    Sold
    Acrylic on wood panel
    10" × 10"
    25 × 25 cm

    Shows:

    • ‘Invisible College’ at the Fort Wayne Museum Of Art – co-curated exhibition
    • ‘La Familia’ – Thinkspace 10th Anniversary Show
  • “Pimp-Eater”

    (Oil on wood panel)
    $1,100
    Sold
    12" × 12"
    30 × 30 cm

    Shows:

    • ‘Invisible College’ at the Fort Wayne Museum Of Art – co-curated exhibition
    • Curated exhibit @ the Honolulu Museum of Art School