Joshua E. M. Massop

Joshua is a multi faceted artist having worked across plenty of mediums stemming from street art, his engineering background introduced him to the term Geomancy which he incorporates with his divine hydromantic gifts that reflect clearly in his art involving paper and ink.

Originally from Queens, NY residing in Indiana, Joshua is self taught with no formal institutional instruction in the arts, his prior educational background allows him to achieve amazing concept design through spatial and harmonic elements.



This portfolio is a glimpse into my experimental experiences through the use of acrylic paints on canvas.

Sam (L-DOPA) “Sam (L-DOPA)”

Sam, 7ft x 4 ft. Acrylic on canvas.

Sam reminds us to keep our urges and desires under control as the internally produced sedative Dopamine creeps in taking control of our actions, wether it be gambling, or any other self indulgence Sam lets us know that our heart rate is increasing and that we should focus on better things like Ice Cream.

No Church “No Church”

No Church, 4ft x 4ft, Acrylic on canvas.

No Church is a piece created that reminds us of our guardian angels that are unseen that in older times are referred to as The Pantheon, inspired by ancient mythology this group of celestial beings were all around us and dictated things in our life aside from the normal church.

Geomantic Series

This collection discovers and exhibits the vibrational existence of geomantic vibrations not seen yet that are present in our physical realm that guides us along the journey of our spiritual path.

Strange Fruit “Strange Fruit”

Strange Fruit, 8.5 x 11, Ink on paper.

Strange fruit reflects the political injustice that has been taking place in government administrations throughout the history of America, derived from the poem written by Abel Meeropool and performed by Billie Holiday it is our duty to fight systematic racism with every man on earth being treated fairly with equality and respect.

The Clown “The Clown”

The Clown, 8.5 x 11, Ink on paper.

The Clown depicts a unique face of makeup being in a state of openmindedness employing physical comedy serving a socio-religious or psychological role, furthermore to quote sociologist Peter Berger, "It seems plausible that folly and fools, like religion and magic meet some deeply rooted needs in human society."

Test Pilot “Test Pilot”

Test Pilot, 8.5 x 11, Ink on paper.

Test Pilot got his name due to his resemblance to the character created by Joel T. Zimmerman known as Deadmau5, a huge fan of his work this piece inadvertently reflects my appreciation for the sounds of progressive house and progressive trance.

Yayoi “Yayoi”

Yayoi, 8.5 x 11, Ink on paper.

Inspired by Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama this piece happened to catch the vibe of the hippie counterculture of the 60's, in all of it's delight this work is entitled in homage to the most phenomenal artist to come from Japan. This item is no longer available for purchase.