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To promote its coverage of a bunch of upcoming soccer games in the UK known as the Premier League to New Yorkers and tourists alike, NBC Sports enlisted UK street artist D*Face to create a massive Times Square billboard. “Don’t call it soccer. It’s football… just not as you know it,” reads the ad, portions […]

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Here are some merry gents skating in a freshly whitewashed pool on boards equipped with spraycans, as masterminded by UK-based street artist D*Face. See ’em scribble it up like a drunken spirograph! […]

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UK-based street artist and sculptor D*Face will be exhibiting brand new “aPOPcalyptic” celebrity death portraits at LA’s Corey Helford Gallery, from Andy Warhol to Michael Jackson to this delightfully morbid, skully take on Roy Lichtenstein’s Kiss V. Also on view: Flutterdies series of real butterflies and beetles, updated postmortem with found spray can caps… and […]

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Unlike Madonna who selected a rubbish street artist to do her album cover, Christina Aguilera commissioned a competent one: D*Face. And at least she knows who he is. The pop singer happens to be a big fan of his work and has several of his paintings in her home. |Hooked| […]

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Flaming Coca-Cola cocktails, flashing Nuns, and crocodile hunters are on display for StolenSpace’s Christmas show. The “Winter Warmers” group exhibition features new works by the London gallery’s cadre of artists including Miss Van, Gabriel Dubois and D*Face. The British street artist “in need of a riot” also screenprinted a handful of covers for the 10th […]

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If you couldn’t afford the original “UnAmerican Graffiti” piece by British street artist D*Face that was featured in his solo show in NYC, worry not, he’s releasing a limited edition print of it. The 21 color serigraph measures 34×48 inches, is an edition of 100, and available starting today at 3PM EST. Cheap it isn’t: […]

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In addition to the opening of his Ludovico Aversion Therapy show at Jonathan Levine gallery this past weekend, British artist D*Face adapted some of the work into a series of murals painted on security gates on the Lower East Side—200 Clinton Street to be exact. While the exhibit at the gallery will be viewable until […]

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UK-based street artist D*Face is showing off a scrambled series of works at his first solo show in the States. “Ludovico Aversion Therapy / All Your Dreams Belong To Us” opens tomorrow night at Chelsea’s Jonathan Levine Gallery and as the title suggests, features paintings crammed with mixed and matched comics, cash, and corporate logos. […]

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In support of their work for impoverished and underserved children in Brazil, ABC Trust organized A Forca da Rua, a charity art show and auction. A dozen Brazilian and UK street-based artists, including D*FACE, REMI/ROUGH, Ramon Martins and Pure Evil, were invited to decorate a series of Gibson guitars. The decorated instruments will be shown […]

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Last week in London, while protesters were smashing things and 10 times as many journalists were photographing them, local street artist D*Face was showing his art on digital billboards around the city. The big question was: how did he do it? Were the billboards hacked like electronic road signs or bought like SKULLPHONE’s LA displays. […]

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