Exclusive Interview with London Digital Graphics Artist: BAREFACE


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Originally posted on Street Intell:
BAREFACE is a London based, vector graphic artist who is obsessed with real world pop culture. His art ranges from the fifties to the late nineties and beyond. Pulling inspiration from film, music, superheroes, fantasy…

Art is…

I have been fortunate enough to be asked to take part of a new art show called called Art Is… which is showcasing the work of Helen “What The Funk” Martin, Sketch, Life Through a Lens and myself.

The Show opened on Saturday 24th May  2014 at the Misfitted Hub in Birmingham (UK) to a great reception and will be running until the end of August 2014 so if you are in and around the area make sure you come and have a look.






Its no secret that I am a HUGE fan of the Star Wars Universe and today is Star Wars Day so it would be rude not to do a few inspired pieces.


And here are a few throwback pieces from an old minimal series.

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May the Force be with you!


I was so honored that the guys at A New Street Art wanted me to send them some stickers for the MTL SLAPS – International Sticker Expo in Montréal, Quebec on April 17th 2014. I just wan to say a huge thank you to them and all the other great artists that took part!


Can you see me?


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Its always sad when your childhood heroes pass away. This WWE character really captured my imagination with his infectious energy as a kid and was pleased to read that he continued to be a motivator to after his career in the ring. Rest in Peace Ultimate Warrior!

Eazy Dubz it

26th March also marks the anniversary of the death of one of the O.G’s of Gangsta Rap (thats a lot of “of’s” lol) Eazy-E. Here is my tribute to the man that taught me to “Stay True to the GAME”