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D*FACE – Exclusive Interview

In conjunction with his “Happy Never Ending” exhibition at the Corey Helford Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles, The Chelsea Tribe’s Victoria Keon-Cohen chats with one of the U.K.’s most infamous street artists, D*Face, regarding his only U.S. solo show for 2017. With his unique aesthetic of pop art (i.e. Roy Lichtenstein, while drawing from themes of love and heartbreak, D*Face dominated the gallery floor with large scale canvases, sculptures, installations, and even appropriated romance novels. We have a plethora of photos after the jump and be sure to watch the lengthy discussion with the master himself.

Special thanks to Aaron Feteri at Reckoning PR, Victoria for conducting the awesome interview, Yury for filming and editing, Corey Helford Gallery, Bobby Carlton, and Spraying Bricks for additional imagery.

(enamel and pigment based paint on medium grain cotton duck canvas, 64 x 35.5 inches)

(enamel & pigment based paint on medium grain cotton duck canvas, 45 x 75 inches) – Painted as mural in Coney Island 2016

 

(enamel and pigment based paint on medium grain cotton duck canvas, 94.5 x 63 inches)

 

(enamel and pigment based paint on medium grain cotton duck canvas, 31.5 x 75 inches – Painted as a mural in Bali 2017

 

(enamel and pigment based paint on medium grain cotton duck canvas, 37.5 x 57 inches) – Painted as mural in Bushwick NYC 2016

 

(enamel and pigment based paint on medium grain cotton duck canvas, 27.5 x 57 inches) – Painted as a mural in East London 2016

 

(enamel and pigment based paint on medium grain cotton duck canvas, 38 x 75 inches) – Painted as a mural in The Bahamas 2016

 

(enamel and pigment based paint on medium grain cotton duck canvas, 75 x 47 inches)

 

(enamel and pigment based paint on medium grain cotton duck canvas, 75 x 47 inches) – Painted as a mural in Paris 2017

 

(enamel and pigment based paint on medium grain cotton duck canvas, 51 x 108 inches) – Painted as a mural in Los Angeles 2016

 

(enamel and pigment based paint on medium grain cotton duck canvas, 75 x 63 inches) – Painted as mural in Mexico City 2015

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