About Jack Armstrong

The Last Wizard of Art

Andy Warhol called him “The Last Wizard of Art.” Warhol, Basquiat, Keith Haring, Liza Minnelli and Elizabeth Taylor called him their friend. He painted NYC walls with Basquiat, and years later, taught Michael Jackson how to paint. For decades, Jack Armstrong’s art has been collected by billionaires and Hollywood celebrities. Now, to help fund cancer research and treatment worldwide, his 100 most prized works are for sale.

The Founder of Cosmic Extentialism

Cosmic Existentialism is an art movement founded by Jack Armstrong in 1999.

Also dubbed “Cosmic X”, the movement inspires artists to reach a deeper state of mind, connecting to a greater universal presence, where the artist becomes the art, with no separation between the artist and the art itself.

Indeed, not only does the artist existentially become the art, Armstrong’s fingerprints, hair and DNA are present in all his works.

The Collectors of Jack Armstrong's Cosmic X

Since his early days, Armstrong’s work of “Cosmic Existentialism” have been collected by celebrities and cultural icons.

Jackie Onassis, Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Freddie Mercury and Liz Taylor have all owned art from The Last Wizard.

The world’s richest woman, Alice Walton (Walmart), owns two of Armstrong’s Cosmic X paintings.

The Legacy of Record-Breaking Art

“The Cosmic Starship”, a custom painted Harley Davidson V-Rod, first sold for $3 Million in 2012, after being published in the Dupont Registry. It is currently valued at $110 Million.

”The Cosmic Starcruiser”, a custom painted bicycle, listed for $3 Million at the Big Boys Toys event in Dubai, in 2017.

“The Cosmic X Love Glove”, to be featured in the upcoming “Mirroring Michael Jackson” documentary, has been listed at $10 million.

The Historic Opportunity - The Private Sale

For the first and final time, Jack Armstrong will be selling his entire collection of his work, with a portion of the proceeds going to cancer research and the treatment of cancer patients.

It is the culmination of a lifelong journey for an iconic American artist, the only opportunity to buy an original work from the Last Wizard of Art himself and a chance to make a world of difference with art.

Mr. Armstrong will donate part of the proceeds of the sale to pancreatic cancer research organizations globally.