Lobyn Hamilton

Controversy Prince

Year: 2017
Medium: Vinyl records and album covers on canvas
Size: 36 x 36”
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Full Moon

Year: 2018
Medium: Vinyl records and album covers on canvas
Size: 48 x 36”
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Multimedia vinyl piece of Jimi Hendrix by Lobyn Hamilton

Jimi Hendrix 

Year: 2017
Medium: Vinyl records and album covers on canvas
Size: 36 x 36"
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Revolution of the Mind

Year: 2017
Medium: Vinyl records and album cover spines on plexi
Size: 48 x 30”
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Multimedia vinyl piece titled Stockholm Syndrome by Lobyn Hamilton

Stockholm Syndrome: Turn Your Head Series

Year: 2016
Medium: Vinyl records and album cover spines on canvas
Size: 36 x 36"
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Who Is She Vol 2

Year: 2017
Medium: Vinyl records and album cover spines on canvas
Size: 36 x 24”
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BIOGRAPHY

(b.1985)

Portrait of vinyl artist Lobyn Hamilton

Walter Lobyn Hamilton creates representational collages with vinyl records and album covers. He is known for his renderings of political and social figures, social movements, as well as cultural and musical icons. 

Lobyn found his first artistic influences in the posters his father hung in his room, and through the early Saturday morning visits to the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Many of the icons and musicians who adorned his walls would later become muses for works created through his vinyl expression. He started collecting vinyl records at the age of 15 – after receiving a turntable for Christmas – and has since amassed a collection of over 30,000 lps; his love for vinyl records and the artists recorded on them is undeniable and unwavering.

In recent years, Lobyn’s works have been recognized in publications including The New Yorker, Complex Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, and the IRAAA. He has pieces several notable private and public collections, including the Indiana State Museum, ADIDAS, Kanye West, Nas; a work by the artist has been featured in each season of Fox’s hit show Empire