George Linicomn | Founder of WeAppan.com | Little elm | Art Jobs
Country: United States
City: Little elm
Industry: Arts & Culture
Professional Title: Founder of WeAppan.com
Specialties: Mobile application Concept developer, Fine Art Painting

- About -

George has only exhibited his artwork in the Dallas, Fort Worth area. Shortly after graduating from fashion college George obtained a U.S. patent for his original jean design called Woven Jeans in 2002. Woven jeans were written about in Womens Wear Daily and a full page article on George's life as a artist/designer was featured in the Dallas Morning News in 2002, which subsequently caught the attention of Haggar Clothing Co. In Fort Worth, Texas. Collective art was conceived and displayed for the first time in 1994 at a solo show held at the Texas Commerce Tower in Dallas. George's process for making art is called Collective Art. It's art that's publicly displayed in order that the public participates directly on the pieces, subsequently allowing the audience to become an important aspect of his creative process. The concept for Collective art didn't mature until the early 2000's. George's decision to commit to only producing and showing Collective art lead to combining his art with the development of his current global project called WeAppan.com, rooted in social activism and technology.