Glen Infante (Cleveland, Ohio)
Glen Infante (born March 17, 1981) is a mural artist, painter, illustrator, graphic designer, product photographer and founder of iLTHY (clothing) who emerged from the Cleveland music scene's as a mixtape designer. He was mostly known for his (vector) digital portrait style and it has become his signature art form since he started making mixtape cover art back in 2005. Glen has designed mostly for the local scene, but has also worked with nationally known recording artists such as, Machine Gun Kelley, Busta Rhymes, Eminem, Titi Boi (2 Chainz), Kid Cudi, King Chip, Wale, and Bone Thugs -N- Harmony. Glen’s services includes, CD Cover designs, company logos, event flyers and concert posters.
He stepped into the clothing scene in 2009 with a t-shirt rendition of (NBA Player) Delonte West holding a pink frosted donut with the phrase, "You betta have my donuts" The t-shirt featured on ESPN's Rome is Burning and instantly turned the t-shirt design into a collectors item. Since this day, Glen still uses the pink donut in his artwork as a symbolism of his humble beginnings.
Today Glen continues to work as an independent artist, being commissioned to work on projects like, personal portraits, paintings, and murals. He also is currently leading the iLTHY Brand onto its 6th year in business, and has collaborated with many notable names, like Nike, Honda, Facebook, LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Kid Cudi, Machine Gun Kelly, Wale, Stalley, Bone Thugs -N- Harmony and Johnny Cupcakes.