• 🔴SOLD

    “It’s Just You and Me, Silver-Top!”

    Size: 36 x 36 x 1.5 inches

    Medium: Acrylic, Diamond Dust & Mixed Media on Canvas 

    Date: 2015

    🔴Sold: Price: $10,000

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    “1955”

    Size: 48 x 48 x 1.5 inches

    Medium: Acrylic, Diamond Dust & Mixed Media on Canvas 

    Date: 2014

    🔴Sold: Price: $14,000

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    “Because Only a Weak Man Knows the Value of Strength and the Value of Power”

    Size: 36 x 36 x 1.5 inches

    Medium: Acrylic, Diamond Dust & Mixed Media on Canvas

    Date: 2016

    🔴Sold: Price: $10,000

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    “Wannabe” Warhol #1 (white)

    Size: 24 x 24 x 1.5 inches

    Medium: Acrylic, Diamond Dust & Mixed Media on Canvas 

    Date: 2017

    🔴Sold: Price: $6,000

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    “Magical Mystery Tour: The Succession”

    Size: 48 x 48 x 1.5 inches

    Medium: Acrylic, Diamond Dust & Mixed Media on Canvas 

    Date: 2014

    🔴Sold: Price: $14,000

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    “Saving Mr. Hawking”

    Size: 48 x 48 x 1.5 inches

    Medium: Acrylic, Diamond Dust & Mixed Media on Canvas 

    Date: 2018

    🔴Sold: Price: $14,000

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Meet CANTSTOPGOODBOY

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Appreciate the beauty in the ordinary...

It all starts with the art! 

Alias: Nick Simon 

b. 1991

At 31 years old, CANTSTOPGOODBOY (CSGB), is quickly making his mark in the contemporary art world. A native of Southern California, he was introduced to the world of art at an early age by his mother, a professional art restorer. His talents were recognized early but school would not prove to be the environment in which he would flourish. In high school, CANTSTOPGOODBOY was discouraged by a short-sighted art teacher, resulting in a four year hiatus.

With no formal training, he rediscovered his love for art during his freshman year of college where he became inspired both by the prominence of street art and by an art professor who quickly recognized his abilities. After one semester he transferred to the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he took general studies classes while his art was sidelined as a hobby. It only took one semester at Boulder for CANTSTOPGOODBOY to realize that creating art, and not academics, is his true passion.

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