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Comacell Brown Jr

Hometown: Annapolis, Maryland


Comacell Brown, aka Cell Spitfire, is a multi-disciplinary artist from Annapolis, Maryland, specializing in painting, graphic design, entrepreneurial skills, and local outreach through art. He holds a bachelor's degree in Graphic Design from the Art Institute of Atlanta. Born in the mid-1980s, Comacell's struggles developed early in life because of absent parents. Due to drug addiction, his mother gave legal guardianship of her only son to his grandparents. Aware of and affected by his mother's addiction by the age of 8, he began to channel his emotions into art.

His passion for drawing and painting was cultivated at an after-school program provided by the Salvation Army. He later began to manifest his love for art on clothing, turning t-shirts and jeans into his new canvas and creating customized apparel. At the age of 18, Comacell embarked on a custom clothing line, later to be called Creative Fashions. Over time, his designs evolved into art on canvas, then scale walls and basketball courts. Early in his professional art career Comacell has designed for Lamar Jackson, Bradley Beal, 50 Cent, Jeezy, Ludacris, The City of Annapolis, BWI Airport and many others

Comacell is the recipient of many awards including a 2019 Governor's Citation for Outstanding Service, Artist of the Month (Capital Gazette - April 2019), a 2019 Community Collaboration Award, a 2019 Entrepreneurial Excellence Award, the 2015 DMV Painter/Drawer of the Year Award, and the 2021 Visual Artist of the Year for Anne Arundel County.


Prolific, Colorful, Bold, Meaningful, & Methodical