Say what you may about Chris Brown, but as of this month, he can legitimately add “successful painter” to his bio. A few pieces of the singer’s art recently sold at auction for more than $60,000, and interest appears to keep growing in his work.
Brown paints under the pseudonym Konfuzed.
According to Page Six
The controversial singer painted works with street artist KAI on-site during Fine Art Auctions Miami’s Urban Art Week.
The pair made seven works together, and also painted on a vintage Porsche — then submitted several of the pieces for sale alongside lots by artists including KAWS, Shepard Fairey and Keith Haring.
Two Brown canvases sold for $25,000 each, and a third went for nearly $12,000. Half the proceeds went to charity.
Check out some of the pieces Kai and Konfuzed collaborated on, along with some behind the scenes pics of them in progress, in the photo gallery at the top of the page.
Lies vs Life aerosol and acrylic on canvas 72 inch by 96 inch (each) Konfuzed x Kai Don't always believe what you read. The media has taken a living legend, and turned him into a monster. He's extremely humble down to earth and has wisdom beyond his years. These two pieces were created to give you the contrast between the LIES and real LIFE. @chrisbrownofficial