Sean Slaney is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in New York City. In addition to having his fine art shown in galleries, Slaney works as a commercial artist in window display creating murals, sculptures, and installations for luxury department stores which have included Barney’s NY, Jeffrey NY, and Bergdorf Goodman. He has also customized goods for Louis Vuitton. His work is equal parts playful and perverse, sunny and sly, frequently making use of spray-paint with stencils and more traditional naturalistic modes of painting, creating his own brand of Post Pop Art. Slaney is an active member of the NY Street Art community painting murals: as private commissions in NYC homes, as public art in Brooklyn and Manhattan, as part of festivals for the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and the NY Seaport, for both Bergdorf Goodman's men's and women's store. He has also worked internationally painting the interior of the club Bounce in London, England and In collaborating with premium French swim brand Robinson Les Bains where he created a spray painted stencil pattern for their fashion. Slaney in recent years has also branched out into sculpture, he was commissioned by Hotel Zaza in Dallas, Texas to build a large scale wooden couple and he continues to explore sculpture in his studio practice on a more personal scale bringing through his pop sensibility.