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D*Face, from stickers design to art galleries

D*Face | Art-Pie

‘CLI-CHE’ by D*FACE Some of the most iconic art to hit the streets and cover the walls of London is the work of an artist known as D*Face. From the skeletal bust of Marylyn Monroe to the irreverent images of Queen Elizabeth II, his distinctive style is easily recognised by its characteristic blend of skateboard punk and Pop Art. D*Face is a British street artist, who over the years has experimented with many art mediums. Starting with stickers, posters and sidewalk... Read More

Bag yourself a Mr DEFOE stickers set

Michael De Feo

Best known in the street art movement for his ubiquitous flower image, Michael De Feo has been creating illegal works on the streets of international cities for over twenty years. Not limited to the streets as his canvas, his work has also appeared in galleries and museums around the world. We now give the chance to win a Vinyl Flower Stickers pack. Silk screened on all-weather vinyl then die-cut. Six colors per pack.Each cut sticker measures approx. 2 x 4 inches (5 x 10 cm). All... Read More

Stickerbomb 3 out today, grab your copy!

StickersBomb 3 | Art-Pie

Stickers fans out there have been waiting for this one – yes Stickers Bomb 3 is out today! We published a similar post last time round when Stickers Bomb Skulls came out and gave you the opportunity to grab a free copy. We are reiterating this again and have 2 copies of latest Sticker Bomb 3 up for grabs! Look to your right to find out how you can win a copy –> We were delighted to receive again in the post this collection of over 240 peelable stickers from our... Read More

“Misprints & Misfits” by D*FACE at Stolen Space

“Wall Hugger” by D*FACE (click to enlarge) StolenSpace Gallery is proud to present ‘Misprints & Misfits’, a series of one off paper pieces by D*Face. Delving into the deepest depths of D*Face’s print archives, it does as it says on it’s sticky print tin, showcasing unseen paper pieces, one offs, proofs, misprints and editions never before released. D*Face claims that Screen printing changed his life, “From the first Andy Warhol canvases I saw, to the... Read More

“Silence = Death”: The Political Art of Keith Haring

Silence = Death by Keith Harring | Art-Pie

Keith Haring was a street artist at the heart of the urban art movement in 1980s New York. He was also a gay man diagnosed with AIDS. Partly as a result of living with these stigmas, his work often bears a strong element of political and social critique. He was one third of a trio of New York street artists at the helm of the growing movement. He, Richard Hambleton and Jean-Michel Basquiat regularly met to discuss each other’s work, and sometimes collaborated. He first began... Read More