William “KingPoP'' Floyd grew up in the rolling hills of Goldsboro, North Carolina. Floyd had an early appreciation for the therapeutic quality of painting. By age seven, he was channeling his surroundings and emotions into colorful depictions. As a toddler, Floyd’s surprisingly deep voice earned him the nickname Poppa, which was later shortened to Pop. In an ironic twist, that nickname hinted at the core of Floyd’s artistic inspiration, and would become the foundation for his brand.While attending the Art Institute of Atlanta, William “KingPop” Floyd continued to hone his talents as both a painter and a designer. Locals and visitors alike took notice of his ability to create unique artwork while saluting the rich history of pop culture. Tremendous buzz followed the artist everywhere he went, and prompted him to establish a brand. Thus, King Pop Design was born. Atlanta’s rich history and heavy influence on contemporary pop culture combined created the perfect environment. Floyd captures the spirits of pop culture icons on canvas in such bright, vivid colors. His attention to detail, as well as his ability to project the raw essence of pop-culture through colors and lines, sets him in an artistic class of his own. With an ever increasing client base ranging from the United States to the United Kingdom, William Floyd is making a huge name for himself in the wide world of art. He has lead many projects such as websites, logos, and marketing materials for a wide range of clients including, Neiman Marcus, Rap Snacks, Mitsubishi, Porsche of North America, Waffle House, and Proctor & Gamble to name a few. As a painter, designer, poet, published author, project manager, and creative director, Floyed is sought after for his intelligent designs and artistic perspective, and is a true creative mind. Check out some of his works of art in the Trap Music Museums’ OG Room and Lil Boosie exhibit.