Meet Our Artists

Welcome to our artist page! Here you can see all of our artists we currently have signed on with us, including a short bio, work samples and links to contract an artist if you desire to get a custom art design made to your specifications. Prices will vary artists to artist.
Dan Kohout (Founder)
Hi, my name is Dan and I'm not only the founder and CEO of Exodus Longboard Company, but also the lead designer for this company. I've been involved with art for almost a decade: with mediums such as acrylic paint, drawing, wood engraving, and digital media. In the last 2 years, I've created over a dozen custom boards for individuals. It's a passion of mine to create unique art and empower skaters to stand out. You can read about my story and how this company first started in the link below.              

Kevin Carden (Digital Artist)

My name is Kevin Carden and I have been involved with photography in some format for almost 15 years. However in the last 8 years I have really enjoyed using my photography with the combination of photoshop to create surreal and conceptual artwork. My personal faith is very important to me, and I love creating images that are both creative and display a deep meaning that gives glory to God. My wife and my children also have been a great help, and they are always willing to help with props or modeling or even coming up with new designs. Every day I am trying to come up with new projects and create artwork that has a supernatural or fantastical theme, but above all, my goal is to craft images that share the love and grace and mercy of our wonderful Creator.


See his entire photoshop collection here-




Kari Roehrkasse (Illustration Artist)

Makari Roehrkasse was raised in Fort Collins, Colorado and is currently living and working out of Savannah, Georgia. She pursued an Animal Science degree from the University of Wyoming for two years before changing course to seek a career in art. She is currently pursuing her BFA in Illustration with a concentration in Animated Illustration and Publication Design from the Savannah College of Art and Design.

Makari’s artistic style is expressive and detailed; a lot of her work focuses on portraits and figures, capturing raw human emotion. She creates organic forms with strong chiaroscuro and the use of line in her art. She aspires to comment on the broken human condition and the genuine desire in everybody to feel whole and valued.

See her full gallery here-