Rashad Ali Muhammad is a multidisciplinary artist who works in various mediums, including analog and digital collage, assemblage, design, painting, and non-narrative video. As a queer, gender-nonconforming person of the African diaspora, he resonates with the ability to deconstruct and reform reality — a method of thinking and creation that can counter society’s hierarchies and binaries. Muhammad uses unexpected found objects, organic shapes, patterns, and symbols as cultural signifiers to highlight the vast intersections shaping the human experience while creating space for healing and rejuvenation.

Muhammad is known for creating vivid and captivating works reflective of the vast complexities of the human experience: culture, ethnicity, spirituality, identity, empathy, and our connection to nature. He celebrates the vastness of the human spirit, reinforcing notions of authenticity, self-love, and connection.

His love for innovation and continued experimentation fuels his whimsical and enchanting artistic sensibilities. The clarity, refinement, and execution of Muhammad's work reflect applied strengths from formal graphic design and photography education at American University in Washington, DC.

His original artwork price ranges:
Small pieces (under 18x24 inches): $200 - 1,000
Larger pieces: $1,500 - $20,000