D*Face | Kan't Complain (2019)

DFace - Kan't Complain, 2019
DFace - Kan't Complain, 2019
DFace - Kan't Complain, 2019
DFace - Kan't Complain, 2019
DFace - Kan't Complain, 2019
DFace - Kan't Complain, 2019
DFace - Kan't Complain, 2019
DFace - Kan't Complain, 2019
DFace - Kan't Complain, 2019
DFace - Kan't Complain, 2019
DFace - Kan't Complain, 2019
DFace - Kan't Complain, 2019
DFace - Kan't Complain, 2019
DFace - Kan't Complain, 2019
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D*Face | Kan't Complain (2019)

550.00

D*Face
Kan’t Complain, 2019
Hand Stained Multiple screen print on 370gsm paper
28.5” x 27.5” - 72cm (H) x 70cm (W)

Edition of 100
Signed and numbered by artist
$550 USD
*10% donation to Youth Care, a non-profit for homeless youth located Seattle

LIMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER
**Please allow 2 weeks for processing the print order, print is shipped rolled in tube
***International shipping does not include import fees/ duties

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The Kan’t Complain limited edition screen print features three operate layers of hand applied ink staining, hand applied emulsion background and two color screen printed on 370gsm archival paper.



D*FACE | London, UK

As one of the UK’s most prolific street artists, D*Face (Dean Stockton) has been at the forefront of his practice since his initial breakthrough in 2005. Having grown up amidst the streets of London, he cultivated a keen interest in graffiti art and its disaffected mindset from an early age. As a teenager his artistic attentions turned to skate culture and the iconic skate deck designs of Jim Phillips and Vernon Courtlandt Johnson that he found in Thrasher Magazine. Inspired by their punk DIY aesthetic, D*Face attended an illustration and design course before beginning work as a freelance artist. Taking the public domain of the street as his canvas, he blended art, design and graffiti in a manner that pre-dated the emergence of street art as it is known today. Here the artist gained a great deal of attention, quickly rising to fame for the vivid nature of his designs. Despite now working in the gallery as well as the open canvas of the streets, D*Face continues to approach his work with the same anarchic energy that drove him to begin his career from the outset. His vibrant pop style and D*Dog logo have become synonymous with British street style and are recognized the world-over.