Eric “Mr. Trixter” Angelini is a Los Angeles native who started creating street art (graffiti) at the age of 11. His inspiration derives from skateboarding and hip hop culture in California. His repertoire has expanded to include art, fashion, design, film, and music. His list of clients includes Guess, Nike, Miss Sixty, Energie, Miss Me Jeans, Toyota Scion, HBO and Showtime.
Mr. Trixter’s work has appeared in movies, commercials and music videos for recording artists such as Usher, Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, T-Pain, 50 Cent, Christina Aguilera, and Macy Gray. His work has been displayed in San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art, The Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles, and numerous galleries nationwide and abroad.
In 2001 his work was also featured in the documentary “Rock Fresh” on Showtime as well as the new WCA crew documentary.