Cyrus Smith (b. 1976) is a Canadian visual artist formerly based in Berlin, Germany, now residing in Winnipeg, MB. Smith holds a B.F.A. Hon. from the University of Manitoba. Smith is primarily a painter, but navigates effortlessly through various media. Having an extensive background in street art, Smith borrows from popular culture and addresses several themes throughout his work including art history, the socio-political sphere in neon, Graffiti, advertising, fame, and digital networking. Smith was one of the founding members of the art collective Too Sicks, which gained notoriety from installing little wood panel paintings (Prefabs) throughout public spaces. Smith’s work has been featured in publications including Border Crossings Magazine, Toro Magazine, The National Post, and The Globe and Mail. Smith has been involved with various public art and performance projects throughout Canada, the United States, and Europe. He is represented by Lisa Kehler Art + Projects in Winnipeg, MB, Canada.