When Rambo White was born on December 13, 2007, it became apparent that he was going to become something special. With his striking personality, charm and commanding nature, he eventually landed a nickname — the Mayor. And the best way he knows how to express his creative and ambitious spirit is through art.
On the Mayor’s website, it is explained that he set out on a journey that would “evoke the great rebel spirit of midnight rides and imaginative exploration.” Et voila! We present you with his collection of self-portraits made of wood and resin. Crawl into the mind of the great art genius, learn his process and catch a sneak peek at what the canine creator has been up to.
“Here are some of the pieces from the collection,” says the Mayor. “There are 15 originals in existence but more to come. All of the images are displayed on large wooden frames. I really think blue is my color, don’t you?”
“These colors don’t run … but neither do I”
“Every piece is signed personally by me.”
“Just lounging in my own shirt (below). I’m a true king of comfort. NBD.”
“This piece (below) is called ‘Viva El Mayor’ and is being showcased at the Croft House in Los Angeles. I’m pretty much a head honcho of the city.”
“I’m on the loose. Hide yo kids, hide yo wife.”
“Here’s my campaign manager Kari and me. She made me put these up. Kind of awkward, but I had to show her my love.”
“Don’t forget to check me out online, follow me on Instagram and watch for my upcoming art show in early November!”
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