Tristan Eaton, born in 1978 in Los Angeles, approached street art as a teenager, painting on every possible and imaginable surface: bins, billboards and much more. At just 18 he designed his first toy for Fisher-Price, becoming one of the most important exponents of "Art Toys". In 2004 he founded his creative agency Thunderdog Studios in New York and has had clients of the caliber of Nike, Disney, Barak Obama, and Versace, for which he realized the facade of the new store in Honolulu. Eaton's large-scale murals can be found in over 16 countries from Paris to Shanghai and this is why he is considered one of the most important contemporary street artists and his fame is destined to grow further. His style is pop and is strongly influenced by the aesthetics of comics where lettering and colors merge to create scenes inside other scenes, for a unique and original result.