Joey Seeman is a painter living and working in Dallas, Texas. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Seeman's bold portraiture draws its inspiration from pop culture influences and WPA muralists. Active in the burgeoning South Beach art scene of the early 90s, Seeman collaborated with artist Tomatâ Du Plenty (lead singer of the seminal LA punk band The Screamers), staging numerous exhibitions in alternative spaces. Fashion designer Anna Sui commissioned Seeman's art for one of her sportswear collections, and North Miami's Museum of Contemporary Arts selected his work for The Monster Show alongside Cindy Sherman. Since moving to Dallas, Seeman has participated in group and solo shows in Dallas and Los Angeles. Seeman's work has been featured in such publications as Juxtapoz, Ocean Drive, Spin, and Vogue.