Dickcherry grew up on the windswept streets of Chicago singing the working class blues straight out of the womb. He spent his teenage years skating on thin ice and half pipes, enchanted by the guttural roar of bands like The Cramps and Motorhead. He entered art school after graduation and began to sharpen and hone his craft as an artist and illustrator with a ferocity that rivaled his Rock & Roll heroes.
After diving headfirst into the wild AM nights of Chicago and reveling with the Devil for a spell, Dick finally packed up his truck and hit the highway toward California with his strong and lovely wife, Jill. Arm in arm, the two began a new life among the glitter and glare of Los Angeles.
With the steady hands of a prizefighter, Dick hustled and fought for years in The City of Angels, licking his wounds and getting right back on the canvas. Slowly but surely, he began to paint his own escape, each brushstroke a proverbial swing, each finished piece a victory, conjuring fast cars and faster women onto posters and paintings and anything else he could dream up.
Dickcherry has created hundreds (if not thousands) of posters, flyers, and artwork for bands and individuals throughout the country. Alongside his own brilliant artwork, Dick is also a featured artist at Tinsley Transfers, creating pieces for Film and Television.
A Low Brow aesthetic fuels Dickcherry’s imagery along with a tireless work ethic befitting his blue-collar roots. If the devil’s in Dick’s details, then he is definitely going to Hell. And, if you’re lucky, he’ll save you a seat by the fire.
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