About Savior Elmundo
Savior Elmundo is a Renaissance man; an accomplished dancer, choreographer, artist, and filmmaker who is driven by his passion for creative expression. Born in 1973, in Harlem New York, Savior had the privilege of coming up in the epicenter of the emergence of hip-hop while catching the tail end of an epic art scene in NYC. The convergence of these two worlds informed this young man of the possibilities of the unresolved passions within him. Click here to learn more about Savior.
Inspiration for the design: “I paint flowers so they will not die.” – Frida Kahlo
Frida is a revolutionary who opened doors for other women artists. Savior added flowers to many of his works and pieces so he feels that connection to her as an artist and the bright colors as well. Both attributes represent his style and are intended to bring feelings of joy and happiness. He added the spray paint cans as the bell that goes around the cow’s neck to symbolize street art and graffiti, his humble beginnings.