Adam Tullie is an LA-based artist and musician. He describes his work as a method for exploring the human condition. With a spontaneous, freeform approach, Tullie experiments with texture, form and symbolism to create pieces that are darkly humorous and occupy a space between illustration and line art and painting.
Tullie’s work has been exhibited at Half Gallery, The Hole and Deitch Projects in New York, Gallery Common in Tokyo, Gallery Steinsland Berliner in Stockholm, Starkwhite in New Zealand, and Galleria Patricia Armocida in Milan, among others. He has been featured in publications including Dazed, Vogue, Autre, Beautiful/Decay, and Purple.
He has also produced LP artwork for various musical artists, including Beck and Josiah Steinbrick. In 2015, he collaborated with the musician Devendra Banhart, working in parallel in a shared New York studio for one week and publishing a selection of the results in the book ‘Unburdened By Meaning’, published by Anteism.