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Jason Zante is a Filipino- Canadian artist based in Toronto, Canada. He received his B.DES in Graphic Design from OCAD University in 2020. With a multidisciplinary background, he specializes primarily in digital art and mural installation.
He creates surreal and stylized compositions of dream-like environments dominated by colours and floating symbols that recall imagination and familiarity. Influenced by Romantic and Surreal painters, Jason’s work radiates with vibrant colours that form a sensorial experience and escapism. His work depicts themes of natural landscapes and everyday leisure. At times, he also draws references from his Filipino culture to incorporate into his artworks.
Zante has worked on many notable site-specific commissions including a mural for The Four Seasons Hotel Toronto (2021), a 1200 sf permanent art and mural for Fallsview Casino Resorts in Niagara Falls (2022), and art billboards for Cadillac Fairview Toronto Eaton Centre (2021). Currently, his work is in private collections of TD Bank, NEO Stock Exchange, and CIBC Square Towers. His clients also include Bentall Green Oak, Klick Health, Wattpad and Deciem.
Zante’s creations have been featured by Forbes, Architectural Digest, Complex magazine, CTV News, Blogto, The Toronto Star, Yorkville Murals, Highsnobiety, Hypebeast and Artnet.
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