Cali Thornhill Dewitt

Cali Thornhill Dewitt

A searing, post-punk testament to the millennial condition.

“Everyone should challenge corruption and power. If I see people pushing back I’m always happy, always hopeful.”

Cali Thornhill Dewitt’s brash punk-poetry spans multiple artistic disciplines. His DIY aesthetic pairs photography, often of war or aerial shots of the planet, with macabre slogans such as “PANIC ATTACK,” “CRISIS SUPPORT'' and “PEOPLE ARE THE PROBLEM.” Imagery of American flags, nuclear war, serial killers and the JFK assasination emphasise sensationalism in mass-media and political fear mongering...

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Cali Thornhill DeWitt (real name Michael DeWitt) was born in 1973 on Vancouver Island, Canada, and now lives and works in Los Angeles, USA.


In 2016, Dewitt collaborated with Kanye West to design his Yeezy Season 3 collection and promote the then-upcoming album The Life of Pablo.

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Once employed as a nanny to Frances Bean Cobain (Kurt Cobain's daughter), the artist has since become a music industry mainstay - co-founding record label Teenage Teardrops and designing album artwork for bands including King Tuff and Destruction Unit.

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