Cactus Jack Records was repped at the eighth annual Art Wynwood in Miami.
The imprint's creative director Corey Damon Black was among the 300-plus artists who presented at the international art fair over President's Day weekend. Black, a longtime collaborator of Travis Scott, secured a booth at Ascaso Gallery, where he showcased his simplistic, dark-hued pieces from the "No Taste" collection. Black spoke about the pieces in a 2018 interview with Garage, explaining how the art was intended to challenge social norms.
"With the idea of 'No Taste,' I want to break the thought process of 'this artist is good' and 'this is bad,'" he said. "It doesn't further anything. I think the idea of just burning your ego and shattering the idea of taste will just better the world. Period. People used to think having a twenty-bedroom house, and a 12-car garage was the end-all-be-all of taste. Having a Picasso…. but that doesn't matter anymore. It's all about feeling and what everyone's own idea of taste is, and staying true to that."
You can check out Black's work in the images below.