In this episode, Courtenay and Sabo discuss the influence of art on culture. Beyond the paintbrush, this conversation heavily hits on the introspective quest for happiness to live a fulfilling life of authentic expression. Sabo sheds light into the surprising sacrifices that come with his practice in order to make his passion a reality. With a unique twist on politics and art, you’ll walk away with the inspiration to begin painting your own life by design.

Sabo is a right-winged guerilla artist active in Los Angeles. He studied art at the ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, California. He’s been practicing street art since 1999, becoming well-known in the mainstream around 2016 for his controversial political posters targeting Hillary Clinton. Prior to his career as an artist, Sabo was enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. Today, he’s still active in the creative scene and using his gift to demonstrate high levels of patriotism.

Connect with Sabo:
Instagram: @unsavory_gallery

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