Houston-based artist DUAL stands for the conflict between “street art” and “fine” art, between freeway burners and gallery exhibitions, between mass recognition and total anonymity. His bold lines and fresh colors are a break from the every day monotony of life in the city—a taste of urban subculture, whether you asked for it or not. Known primarily as a street artist working with silkscreen, wheat paste, and spray paint, DUAL also makes images intended for the gallery wall using acrylics and lithography.

DUAL has been featured in exhibitions in Houston galleries such as M Squared Gallery, Aerosol Warfare, and Colton & Farb Gallery. He has had the opportunity to collaborate with a number of brands, labels and charities including the Lebron James Family Foundation, Pabst Brewing Company, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Dickies Workwear, Schmutz Watches, Street Serpents Apparel, and even Sprite. He has also been featured in a number of periodicals including 002 Magazine, Houston Modern Luxury, Houston Press, Free Press Houston, Houston Chronicle and Case Magazine and books such as Stay Up and Stuck-Up Piece of Crap: From Punk Rock to Contemporary Art.