Greg Higgins was born and raised on BMX, skateboards, and
Punk Rock in fabulous 1970’s-80’s Las Vegas, and now calls Portland home.
Caricature bordering on portraiture is a common theme , as is improvisation, documentary,
the play of wit and humor in the face of adversity, dark humor, and absurdity.
A self-taught practitioner of multi media, he currently works primarily in illustration, graphic
design, pinstriping, signpainting, and murals. Greg has enjoyed publication in Freestylin’, GO,
BMX Plus, and Big Brother among others, and has had solo and group exhibitions in
Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Osaka, and Tokyo. He has done art for the likes of
Street Plant Brand, S&M bikes, Very Small Records, Prana, Starlingear, Homeless Bikes,
New Deal, and The Lazy Ox Canteen, to name a few. He travels frequently to custom paint,
pinstripe, and mural and is a lifelong devotee to the adage, “have tools will travel”. He is
uncomfortable with first person narrative.
- Fine Art