Curtis Kulig was born in 1981 in North Dakota. At age 13, he began screen-printing in his father's shop, laying the foundation for his work as an artist. His collaborations include projects with fellow artists Shepard Fairey and Skullphone, and commissions by brands including Ace Hotels, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, Burton, Converse, HBO, Nike and The Standard Hotel. In addition, his work has been featured in several gallery group shows including Mallick Williams & Co (2011 NYC), Leo Kesting (2010 NYC), This Gallery (2010 Los Angeles), Shadows Space (2009 Philadelphia) and Subliminal Projects (2008 Los Angeles).
Kulig's most notable work, "Love Me", is a mixed-media message that can not only be found in his prints and canvases, but amongst the street corners and rooftops of New York, Los Angeles, Paris and Tokyo.