The art of Michael DuBois has been described as visionary, surrealistic, psychedelic, all of which fail to adequately define a body of work that transcends conventional categorization. His unique style has set him apart as an original.
Working in mixed-media, oil painting, and computer graphics, DuBois has established himself as a pioneer in the work of contemporary music art, with commissions by many bands and artists including The Grateful Dead, The Allman Brothers Band, Neil Young, Hot Tuna, Tom Petty, Fleetwood Mac, Black Sabbath, The Jerry Garcia Band, Michael Hedges, Robert Plant, Wavy Gravy, Gov’t Mule, The Wailers, Phil Lesh and Friends, Levon Helm, Bob Weir and RatDog, Santana, The Rolling Stones, Furthur, Pink Floyd, Dead & Company, Bassnectar, Woodstock, Peanuts worldwide llc, the Jimi Hendrix estate and many more. In addition to creating designs and artwork for the music industry, DuBois also produces tour merchandise and special event products for shows and events including Phil Lesh’s Terrapin Crossroads, Levon Helm Studios, The Tampa Bay Blues Festival, Gathering Of The Vibes, Jam Cruise, Mountain Jam, Nateva music and arts fest, Lockn Music Festival, The Capitol Theatre, benefit concert for Arthur Lee of the band Love featuring, Ian Hunter, Ryan Adams, Nils Lofgren, Yo La Tango, and Robert Plant.
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