Against all expectations, Jason Levesque started working at a company linked to technology, a little startup dot-com in Williamsburg. It was common to see him skating everywhere, juggling and passing over obstacles. That's why he decided to be entitled to the way the people was used to see him day by day when he adopted his artistic name -- Stuntkid.
Great part of Levesque's work starts with a photograph taken by his Nikon camera. He starts to imagine that object or scene as a simple illustration, distracting himself from everything that can draw away the essential theme in frame.
He says he hasn't a motivation on doing his work, what makes him different from the other artists and puts him merely in the world of ilustration. As an illustrator, usually he has an idea of what he intends to make and thinks about the most efficient way of making it on a practical approach. He affirms that, most part of the time, he is focused on finishing what he considers a product, putting inspiration in second plan.
As a sequence of his work, Jason released a book called "Girls are Pretty", whose are the images of this article.