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Timothy Goodman

Timothy Goodman is an award-winning artist, muralist, author and public speaker. His art and words have populated packaging, clothes, products, books, magazine covers and one sanitation truck for organizations such as Apple, Nike, Yves Saint Laurent, Google, Samsung, MoMa, Netflix, Time, the New Yorker, and the New York Times. Likewise, he has created over 250 murals all over the world for communities and brands, including a 5,500 basketball court for the students at PS 315 in Brooklyn. He regularly partners with not-for-profit organizations and schools to create murals for communities in New York.

His partnerships have included a global collection of clothing with Uniqlo that sold 1 million units in 6 months, and his own Nike basketball shoe for Kevin Durant titled the “Timothy Goodman KD15” that sold out on He’s the author of three books, and the co-creator of several social experiments including the viral blog and book 40 Days of Dating (whose TV rights were optioned to Netflix). His graphic memoir I Always Think It’s Forever was published in January 2023 by Simon & Schuster.

Timothy Goodman had his first solo gallery exhibition I’m Too Young To Not Set My Life On Fire at Richard Taittinger Gallery in 2021. Timothy’s work often discusses topics such as mental health, manhood, race, politics, heartbreak and love. He teaches at School of Visual Arts in NYC, and regularly speaks around the world at creative conferences.