Kostas Seremetis (born December 7, 1972 in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American painter, sculptor and filmmaker. He is the son of Greek immigrants from the Laconia region in Greece (Krokeaí, Sparta).
Seremetis is intensely influenced by comic scrap book art, animation cartoons, graffiti art of the 1980s, Greek mythology and contemporary masters.
He is known for using the comic photo album popular pulp characters as typography in order to way of being a visual language in media such as paintings, collage, sculptures and films. By the time he was 30, he had normal a large international following, by exhibiting his art worldwide mainly in Tokyo, New York, Berlin and Paris.