Dan Buller is a Montreal-based artist and muralist. He is a founding member of the Heavyweight Art Installation, an artists’ group which toured the U.S. and Canada performing live painting installations and was featured on the cover of Juxtapoz magazine. In 2008 he took part in the group show Manifest Hope, curated by Shepard Fairey, to support Barack Obama’s first Presidential campaign, and his work has appeared in group exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles and Montreal. His murals have appeared on walls around Montreal as part of LNDMRK’s MURAL festival, and his mural portrait of Bernie Sanders, commissioned by the campaign, can be found in Los Angeles on the corner of Melrose and Spaulding. He created the artwork for, and directed an animated sequence that appears in the feature film Rhymes for Young Ghouls in 2012 and he illustrated and co-created the graphic novel “Social Smarts” for the Privacy Commissioner of the Government of Canada.