Omar Rashan is an African American artpreneur and multidisciplinary artist who goes by the alias O the Creator. Born in Evansville, Indiana in 1980, Rashan currently lives in Indianapolis. He works in a variety of artistic mediums such as therapeutic arts, graphic design, digital arts, and public engagement. He is a self-taught artist with formal education in commercial design. During his collegiate years as a design major, he found that in the creation of a vision, there is an ability to
Outside of art and therapy, Rashan is also a thriving graphic illustrator in the commercial industry. He collaborates with private and commercial clients to produce visuals that communicate their unique ideas and stories. His multi-faceted career has enabled him to be a part of private collections and he has received many notable awards. His work has been featured in: The NFL, Indianapolis Colts, Complex, AIGA, WeAre Indy Arts, Center for Black Literature & Culture, Indianapolis Public Central Library, Arts Council of Indianapolis, Harrison Arts Center, Garfield Arts Center, Flava Fresh, Tube Factory Artspace, TedxAntioch, Fit-Leaders, Formula808, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Adidas, PUMA, Pattern Magazine, Finish Line, Indianapolis Black Expo, RAWArtist, Kheprew Institute, Butler Arts Center, Indiana Landmarks Center, Roche Diagnostics Corporation, and Martin University.