A must-have for fans of urban art and rebellion, D*Face: The Monograph features the last decade of work by internationally recognized street artist D*Face in a spectacular slipcased package.
Street artist Dean Stockton, A.K.A. D*Face, has been creating stickers, posters, murals and more for over twenty years. Inspired by the work of Shepard Fairey and Jim Phillips, along with the culture of hip hop, punk music, and popular cartoons, D*Face has become an irreplaceable influence in the urban contemporary art scene, and continues to push the limits with his illustrative style. This monograph, with text in both French and English, captures his best work since the 2013 release of One Man and His Dog – the Art of D*Face. Witness the most comprehensive and diverse collection of the man Banksy deems “street-urchin extraordinaire… the sticker king of London.”
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