Left - "Spit in Ya Eye" Johnny Cash - Original Stencil Art, enamel on old fence palings
Right - "Spit in Ya Eye" Johnny Cash - Art Print available for Purchase
"The Man Who Sold The World" David Bowie - Original Stencil Art, enamel on reclaimed timber
Art Print available for Purchase
Left- "Take It Easy" Glenn Frey - Art Print available for Purchase
Right- "If You Think I'm Strange" Joan Jet - Original Stencil Art, enamel on reclaimed timber
"Nevermind" Kurt Cobain - Original Stencil Art, acrylic on reclaimed fence timber
Left- "I'm Your Man" Leonard Cohen - Original Stencil Art, enamel on reclaimed ply board
"My God Is Rock and Roll" Lou Reed - Art Print
"Back To Black" Amy Winehouse - Original Stencil Art - acrylic on reclaimed timber
Left- "Music Love and Truth" Prince - Original Stencil Art - acrylic on reclaimed timber
Right- "Music Love and Truth" Art Print available for Purchase
THE STENCIL REVOLUTION
Stencil Painting has been around in various forms since the dawn of man, spitting ochre over the top of your hand on a cave wall is effectively stencil painting. Although, today it is mostly recognised as an outlaw medium used for creating illegal Street Art and in many cases that is true. But over the last few decades, those Street Artists have taken the simple stencil to new levels and the Art has gained respect with both the public and art communities. Stencil Artist’s works are displayed and sold in Galleries with many Artists achieving worldwide recognition; Blek le Rat 'Godfather of Stencil Art', Jef Aérosol, C215, Van Ray, Icy & Sot, Sten & Lex and of course Banksy, to name only some. And if you haven’t yet, we highly recommend checking out their work.
However, Galleries or not, the work hasn't lost it’s defiant and rebellious attitude, delivering the artist’s un-compromised message and most Artists still prefer the street, illegal or not.