FRIDGE is a New York-based artist who knows no boundaries in creative expression. Whether conceptualizing handmade sculptures out of wood or spray painting murals, his work is a stretch of radical concepts that are deep rooted from his early exposure to graffiti. Growing up in Brooklyn, FRIDGE developed his name by tagging his most notable work throughout his neighborhood: a purple refrigerator. Later, his artistic style evolved into creating three-dimensional fabrications to challenge one’s perspective through vandalism and written messages like stop doing nothing.

STOP DOING NOTHING is a saying coined by FRIDGE meant to motivate people with high potential and raw skill to overcome self-constructed barriers.





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