Drew Storm Graham attended Stetson University in Deland FL where he received his Bachelors degree in Fine Art and was granted an Award of Excellence. While at Stetson he developed a distinctive artistic technique that he later coined as Aslant Art. Each body of work is composed of several individual pieces of plywood that are cut by hand using a jigsaw or scroll saw. The pieces are uniquely angled and projected from the viewing plane using wooden dowels giving the work dimension. While the pieces themselves are essentially flat, the work is given a sense of roundedness and body through airbrushing techniques.
Drew’s background and influences in graffiti art and his interest in tattoo art is apparent in his work. He currently resides in the Washington DC area and exhibits his artwork locally at the Maurine Littleton Gallery in Georgetown and Art Whino in the National Harbor.