While hundreds of clubgoers danced to the infectious rhythms honoring the African music legend Fela Kuti, there was also a large
crowd incredibly standing still gawking at the live artwork being created by Atlanta-based artist Craig “Flux” Singleton aka C. Flux
Sing. Using marker and acrylic paint, Sing's amalgam of pastels and primary colors bordered by bold black lines collectively tell
the story of the Black struggle, unity, humor, beauty… Somehow he takes themes from opposite extremes and vibrantly fuses
them together to create masterpieces that quickly are purchased to adorn walls throughout the U.S.
Whether it’s a hipster or an executive of a major corporation, a growing legion of admires are happily supporting C. Flux Sing’s
An import from Laurelton, New York, Mr. Sing has made Atlanta his home for more than a decade. However, getting his just recognition
as one of the city’s most revered artists took patience. Currently, Georgia's capital is taking on a revolutionary stance by
finally embracing art in all its facets; in particular, Sing’s penchant for using vibrant color schemes which captivatingly tell the
true story of the Black experience. But while he shines as a fine artist who consistently sells his artwork during exhibits including
the globetrotting Art, Beats + Lyrics, “24 Reasons to Live”, I'm A Beast, and other productions which strive on showcasing particularly
urban art created by the avant-garde, Sing refuses to be pigeonholed. Major corporations including Boost Mobile, And 1,
Scion, and New Balance regularly hire him and his effortless grasp for graphic design, print media, and branding.
So is there a way to describe Sing’s style?
“I could never define what my style is,” Sing says after deep thought. “It's continuously changing due to my self-growth and inspiration.
I get bored easily so I am always driven to do something new that pushes the boundaries. I am inspired by comic strips,
comic books, graffiti, abstract, graphic design, urban decay, surrealism and people; these are things that change randomly so
there is always something new to create.”
Although Sing’s creativity can be fueled from numerous outside sources and appear impulsive, his goals are very solid and leave
no room for debate. “I really want to travel and spread my fine arts across the world,” he unveils. “I want to do large conceptual
installations that inspire change; especially murals. It would be great to do it by myself, but I am equally open to do it with a union
of artists.” Laughing, he concludes, “The end result is I really want to inspire children. It may sound cliché, but they truly represent
the future. No one can argue that.”
So whether it’s heading a new branding project for a major corporation based in a skyscraper in Atlanta’s bustling Midtown
business district, or adorning a side of a building in Nairobi with a vibrant mural promoting self-determination, C.Flux Sing will
always have an audience who will appreciate art that comes from the heart.