LeCash’s work blurs the boundaries between modern and abstract art as well as graffiti, drawing inspiration from street art and modern masters such as Picasso, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Keith Haring, all of whom were pioneers in reinterpreting the painting genre. Their legacies still live on, inspiring contemporary artists like LeCash to experiment and take risks.
Since 2016, LeCash has created murals in and around his neighborhood to curb violence and create a sense of community among its residents. He also creates large-scale paintings, using acrylic and spray paint on plexi-glass, reminiscent of graffiti and street art with its free, expressive strokes of color. Pop culture characters also make appearances in LeCash’s work including Felix the Cat, the Campbell’s Soup can, and Marilyn Monroe. LeCash continues to work and live in Los Angeles.