About

Tonia Calderon

Tonia Calderon (born July 12, 1987) is a Mexican-Dutch-Indonesian painter and designer. She is best known for her music inspired “Black&Gold” series; paintings of icons with lyrics written through hand painted images of the icons. She is well known and respected by the top musicians and producers in the music industry today. Her work is featured at the Tupac Afeni Shakur Museum in Atlanta, Georgia and the National Museum of Contemporary Art in San Francisco, California. Her work is on displayed in some of the top music recording studios in the country including Interscope, Epic, and Def Jam.




Celebrity Collectors

Alicia Keys, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Shaquille O’Neil, Robert Kardashian, Rita Ora, Musiq Soulchild, Amar’e Stoudemire, Mike Munchak, Eva Longoria, Too Short, Bow Wow, Future, Usher, Tricky Stewart, The Dream, Polow Da Don, Tyrese, Jimmy Iovine, Ludacris, Dr. Dre, Sean Garrett, Andrew Young Jr., Keri Hilson, Vivica Fox, Boris Diaw, The Game, Mike Bibby, Al Horford, Tony Parker, Lupe Fiasco, Draya Michele, Orlando Scandrick, Russell Simmons, Swizz Beatz and Lady Gaga.

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