Case MacKeen is an Canadian Painter born in 1977 in Belleville ON. He has lived in Toronto since the age of 17 and presently lives and works there. As a noteable pioneer of Canadian graffiti art, he continues to merged his graffiti experiences and his studio study into a style that integrates both classical and street art, while continuing to explore the industrial medium of spray paint. His work has been exhibited and published both nationally and internationally, selected examples include: Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art (Hollywood CA), Cutlog NY, Frieze Week (NYC); The Armoury show (NYC), The Royal Ontario Museum (Toronto ON); and Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto ON). His work has been featured in Rutgers Journal of Comparative Literature, The Toronto Star, Graffiti World (Nicholas Ganz), Toronto Graffiti: The Human Behind The Wall (Yvette Farkas), as well as being a subject in a variety of documentaries in the late nineties. MacKeen is an award winning director, receiving a Juno Award for Video of the Year for The Arcade Fire's "Neighborhood #3" in 2007 and the "Young Guns" award in 2004 and from the Art Directors Club of New York.