Nick Ribera – patches

Created In 2016, the Chain Assembly brand was originally developed as a vehicle for commissioned illustrations and design, but it soon evolved into “Aesthetic Dadaism” - pleasing art without meaning.

Always with an eye for multiple print runs and lower prices, Nick tends to work against high art sensibilities to push his low-brow, pop, fan, and absurdist art in multiple forms.

In 2018 he expanded the Chain Assembly brand to be a portal for multiple artists, allowing them to merchandise their work together as a community.

To see samples of Nick's commissioned work, follow this link.

When not producing new work, you’ll find him training for disc golf tournaments around the state.