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Justin Kerson
San Francisco, California
Justin Kerson founded Tools of the Trade (TOTT Global) in late 2009. Kerson has collaborated with some of the most innovative contemporary artists of our time, such as Anthony Ausgang, Mark Bode’, Jeremy Fish, Sam Flores, Mike Giant, Benny Gold, Tara Mc Pherson, Buff Monster, Bigfoot, Nate Van Dyke and more to create classic games and novelties items like dice, dominoes, jigsaw puzzles, playing cards, and his newest venture of an oven bag cookware line.

Through TOTT, Kerson has been curating galleries across the country including Miami’s world famous Art Basel since 2010 where his show has received rave reviews from multiple media sources such as Rolling Stone Magazine, and the Huffington Post to name a few.

Kerson has produced various video collages and documentaries. Most recently a street art documentary entitled “The Detroit Project” starring the renowned “Popoganda” artist Ron English. He debuted “The Detroit Project” at the New York MOMA in early 2012.

As a proud member of St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital art advisory board, Kerson is able to bring cheer through art while fulfilling his passion for philanthropy.
Justin Kerson founded Tools of the Trade (TOTT Global) in late 2009. Kerson has collaborated with some of the most innovative contemporary artists of our time, such as Anthony Ausgang, Mark Bode’, Jeremy Fish, Sam Flores, Mike Giant, Benny Gold, Tara Mc Pherson, Buff Monster, Bigfoot, Nate Van Dyke and more to create classic games and novelties items like dice, dominoes, jigsaw puzzles, playing cards, and his newest venture of an oven bag cookware line.

Through TOTT, Kerson has been curating galleries across the country including Miami’s world famous Art Basel since 2010 where his show has received rave reviews from multiple media sources such as Rolling Stone Magazine, and the Huffington Post to name a few.

Kerson has produced various video collages and documentaries. Most recently a street art documentary entitled “The Detroit Project” starring the renowned “Popoganda” artist Ron English. He debuted “The Detroit Project” at the New York MOMA in early 2012.

As a proud member of St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital art advisory board, Kerson is able to bring cheer through art while fulfilling his passion for philanthropy.
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