Born in 1983, Burirum, Thailand. Arjinjonathan graduated with BFA in Imagine Art from Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok, Thailand (2005) and MFA in Modern Art from Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok, Thailand (2011). Arjinjonathan has been working with various media including work with community base project, but currently focus on painting. One of his outstanding art project called The Red Road Project which he wants to find the way to use art as everyday life and explores the ‘Communist’ discourse; he traveled across continents by bicycle from Bangkok, Thailand to Moscow, Russia. The route is consider the backward route to ‘communist’ idea entering Thailand. By traveling across Northeast of Thailand (many places was claimed to be a red zone/ or villager blamed to be communist), Laos, Vietnam, China, Mongolia and Russia. He also often work with community art projects. Some of selected exhibition includes Gazing into Colour at Lyla Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand (2015) The Yard Mini Art Exhibition at The Yard Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand (2015), 535 Days On The Road at Srinakharinwirot Exhibition Hall, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok, Thailand (2009) Mai Hed Jak Mo Ban at Pakdee Pandin Village, Sra Kaew, Thailand (2008), Pem Preuw and Joe Nhod/ Skinny Pem and Mustache Joe at Jamjuree Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand (2006) etc.