ARTIST: Jason Thielke

Jason Thielke’s beautiful imagery navigates the astoundingly complex dynamics of human nature, mixing a hard linear style with soft and fluid emotion. As he puts it, his works explore the “conflict between one’s ability to implement self control and compulsion to manipulate and constantly self-gratify.” The pieces, with their wildly intersecting lines, cosmic-like points of color and seductive subjects, convey this exceedingly well, drawing out many of those emotions in the viewer themselves. -Benjamin Starr


“Arts Street cultivates low-income and under-served youth into a creative and culturally competent workforce. We use the power of the arts and arts professionals to nurture leadership and engage youth in learning.”


White Rhino Customs is excited to work with the students of Denver Charter to create a custom bicycle of their own that will be brought into production in 2017.  Additionally, the students of Arts Streets Media class will be developing various cinematic masterpieces through the course of the rEVOLVE campaign to highlight events and promote progress.

Pictured right – White Rhino Customs Founder/CEO Ian Houghton describes the fabrication process and the technical approach of how to design a functional work of art.