Born into it, David Flores was introduced to oil painting by his mother at the age of 7. Since then, David enjoys creating art as a muralist, painter and designer. Where his work translate from walls and canvas to large sculpture and product design. He does not note the difference since all it takes is to create. David is best known for his instantly recognizable mosaic or segmented style, which formed organically after years of creating skate graphics. By the age of 18 he was Internationally published and creating logos that are still heavily used in the skate industry today. Flores has an unrelenting need to constantly be creating. His images are often famous iconic portraits and Americana. The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) acquired the artwork of David Flores in 2006, where it resides in the museums permanent collection. He enjoys participating with a variety of companies to further his catalog. Some of these opportunities have led to great collaborations with Barney’s New York, Disney, Oakley, The Olympic Games, Medicom, Stussy, Nike, The Los Angeles Dodgers, The New York Racing Association, The Nelson Mandela Foundation, Equinox, The Mexican Consulate, The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.