Jordan Price has lead a life of continuous transformation in the art and design world. Initially known for his work as a graffiti artist, Jordan went on to find early commercial success as a sneaker artist and designer, receiving acclaim for his custom painted one of kind sneakers. Invited to exhibit internationally as a featured artist, he toured with the world’s largest sneaker showcase, Sneaker Pimps. Along with collaborating on footwear projects for iconic brands Nike, Adidas, and Asics, his shoes have been featured in publications such as Time, ESPN, and Complex.
Beyond applying his craft to footwear, Jordan apprenticed under Takashi Murakami, spending time in the world-renowned pop artist’s Brooklyn studio working as a painter. Constantly in search of new mediums, he’s shifted his energy increasingly into digital work. Specializing in UX & UI design, he’s contributed to apps for tech companies such as Apple and Groupon. In 2015 he released his own iPhone app, Super Cool, a photo stickering platform allowing users create their own designs using his art and illustrations.
Jordan’s writing has been featured in The Huffington Post, Slate, Business Insider, and more. He lives in Venice, California and has a young daughter Twola.