Tyler Thrasher Wiki
Tyler Thrasher is an American illustrator well known for integrating his art into the natural world and recent Photos of his works like a diamond encrusted crab or black and white photography to his Instagram page.
Tyler Thrasher Biography
Tyler has not shared any information about his educational background though he is said to have enjoyed taking advanced-level chemistry in high school, he as well studied computer animation at college. His crystal experiments began around the time Thrasher was getting ready to graduate.
Thrasher began his career after he got a chance observation in a gem store late last year. Sifting through a pile of minerals with his fiancé, He had happened to glance at the tag on a bright blue crystal called chalcanthite (CuSO4·5H2O). On his first few attempts, he failed and later got figured out just how supersaturated the solution had to be before crystals would seed and grow. In the meantime, it was cicada season in Tulsa, where he lives.
With his portfolio is a mélange of sparkle and the macabre: He as well cultivated crystals on everything from snake skeletons to dried butterflies. He later gained the popularity that has garnered him enough orders from clients to make the crystal art a full-time job.
He as well collects his crystal skeleton scaffolds while hiking, or buys them at curiosity shops or online. Most of the Fans of his work have also sent him rare finds, such as luna moths or unusual butterflies. He as well makes one of his crystal pieces, Thrasher typically submerges his deceased substrate into a supersaturated salt solution and lets it sit there for a few hours to about a week, depending on the type and size of crystal he wants to grow.
He as well forgoes using dyes and food coloring. The hues in his artwork come from the strict crystallization of chemicals such as purple potassium chromium sulfate or bright green ammonium iron sulfate. He as well does sometimes dope transparent crystals, such as monoammonium phosphate, with chemicals like copper sulfate, to get a light blue hue, he says.
He has also launched a crowdfunding campaign to move his artwork production out of his apartment and into a lab. Having a separate working space would also prevent visitors from getting creeped out by the alligator, deer, and raccoon skulls piled in the living room or the abundance of beakers full of dead beetles and scorpions on his bookshelves.
Tyler Thrasher Age
Tyler was born on February 18, 1993, in the United States.
Tyler Thrasher Family
There is no information about Tyler early life background, He has also not shared any information on how he was raised up and about him having siblings. He has also not shared any information about his mother and father (parents) with their occupation.
Tyler Thrasher Wife
Tyle is a married man, he is married to his wife Monica Burgess, there is no much information on how the pair met and began dating. He has kept silent over his love life and decided to concentrate on his love life.
Tyler Thrasher Children
The pair has one child whom they welcomed in 2018.
Tyler Thrasher Height
Information about his height is will be updated soon.
Tyler Thrasher Salary
Tyler’s salary is estimated to be between $20 to $60k.
Tyler Thrasher Net Worth
His net worth is estimated to be around $250k
Tyler Thrasher Instagram
Tyler Thrasher Podcast
Tyler has got a deep and aggressive obsession for rare plants. Specifically those of the cacti and succulent variety. He spends a lot of time speaking to himself in that greenhouse so he figured he would just turn on a microphone and talk while he worked in that very same greenhouse. This podcast features a man with many stupid and sometimes humorous thoughts. He will try to work in info and care tips regarding cacti and succulents but some might say he’s given up hope helping plant murderers.
Tyler Thrasher Book
The “Wisdom of the Furnace” is an artbook of my works from the past two years, mostly focusing on combining chemistry and art. The “Wisdom of the Furnace” is a large collection of my work that incorporates the principles of chemistry. It as well showcases a massive array of my crystallized objects including insects, skulls, and other natural objects.