A creator of things. Born Sebastian Carlo Moreno in Miami, Florida, he moved to NYC in his early 20s, drawn to it's diverse cultural foundations. His curiosity and adventurous lifestyle lead him to explore different forms of art and styles during his time in the Big Apple. From graffiti and black book sketches to 3D-printing and free-spirited abstract psychedelia, the self-taught artist soon crafted his own unique form of expression. "My work is the world I see around me amplified, and not contained by the reality in which we exist. The offering, like a kaleidoscope, is always presenting something new to be seen within", defines the artist. Determined to scale his work in 3D-printing he made a move to innovate in the Bay Area. After only a short period exploring the sunny side of the Bay, Bash ventured down to Southern California, where his art transcended and lead him to his most creative and productive period so-far. Currently based in Long Beach, Bash can be seen wandering by the Belmont Pier where he loves to watch and listen to the waves and recharge. Exploring nature around him is one of his many passions, and it is translated in many of his pieces. Bash is inspired by the living world we inhabit, both the massive and microscopic, our bodies and cells, all the trees and flowers, the oceans with it’s creatures, the clouds in the sky and the cosmos that it all resides within.