Artists at the Trap Music Museum

Explore paintings of of trap icons, all from the Trap Music Museum.

2 Chainz 1 Crown (2020-05) by Shawn StewartTrap Music Museum

2 Chainz 1 Crown

"2 Chainz 1 Crown" is an eye catching painting by Stewart of Atlanta rapper and mogul 2 Chainz looking regal per usual.

Shawn Stewart aka “Stu” is a self-taught artist...

From the city of Dayton, OH. Stu’s journey as an artist started in 2017 when he could not afford art for his new apartment and decided to paint his own pieces to decorate it. Since his move to Atlanta, the artist has displayed at countless art shows and pop-ups including award ceremonies, red carpet events, commissioned artworks for celebrities, a live painting for the mayor of Forest Park, and 5 pieces in Trap Music Museum.

Rebirth of Wop, Gucci Mane (2018-02-01) by Mirage VanguardTrap Music Museum

Rebirth of Wop, Gucci Mane

Mirage Vanguard is an Atlanta-based multidisciplinary artist, best known for her colorful pop art and contemporary work with nods to pop and black culture. Atlanta native, Vanguard discovered she was naturally inclined to be an artist at a young age.

Her father, being a talented artist himself, encouraged her to explore and develop her artistic abilities as early as elementary school, where she would often find herself staying in during recess to sketch portraits of her friends in lieu of the playground.

The Marathon, Nipsey Hussle (2020-04-02) by Brian KirhagisTrap Music Museum

The Marathon

Brian Kirhagis, a.k.a “BK THE ARTIST”, is an internationally renowned painter whose unmistakably unique work and strikingly original concepts are laced with socially conscious messages. Brian’s signature technique of weaving together double images and hidden elements...

... using shape and color allows him to tell a story through his art.From humble beginnings in Baltimore, this self-taught artist’s rise from obscurity has inspired a rapidly increasing fan base, garnered critical acclaim, and attracted celebrity and collectors from around the world.

21 Savage by Jiggy Korean (2019-04-02) by Jiggy KoreanTrap Music Museum

21 Savage

This beautiful black and white acrylic installment was made by Jiggy Korean aka Michael Coleman. Featuring 21 Savage once again. 21 Savage has quickly become one the biggest name in the Atlanta rap scene, and the inspiration for many artists' work. 

Michael Coleman also known as Jiggy Korean was born in Washington DC. He's developed a unique style of black and white art in which he calls "Dramatic Pop Art".

Stankonia (2018-06-10) by Michael JohnsonTrap Music Museum


"Stankonia" features Atlanta legends, Big Boi and Andre 3000 of Outkast.

Michael Johnson is a self-taught artist from Warren, OH. He specializes in Vinyl Portraits constructed on wood panels using from pieces of discarded, often mistreated & forgotten Vinyl Records and Compact Discs. 

The layers and colors from the broken vinyls provide depth to the portraits and often can reflect emotion. As a music fanatic his art focuses on music and musicians.

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