Zeph Farmby

20 Jay Street, Suite M10G

Born and raised on the Southside of Chicago – now living and working in Brooklyn, NY, Zeph Farmby is a multi-disciplined artist and art activist. He started his career as a graffiti artist, covering the city of Chicago with his visions. His world-renowned “Eat The Rich” painting, vast murals, teachings, and art on apparel extend his creativity to all walks of life.

Zeph creates art using multiple layers combining wit and humor with an underlined message about greed, humanity and the ills of society. The message is usually anti-greed, anti-capitalism and/or anti-establishment.

Kanye West, Jay Z, Swizz Beats and many others have acquired Zeph’s creative works. His artwork has been featured in major publications such as Complex Magazine, Hypebeast, XXL magazine and Vice.

Zeph recently finished the “Artist-in-Resident” at Artspace New Haven, CT and is spending most of time preparing for three solo art exhibits and mural projects with international clients in Nigeria, Haiti and Japan.

And, if you’re interested in seeing current works on T.V., check out the Showtime original Hip-Hop documentary, “Word is Bond” where Zeph’s artwork is featured.

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