Adam Klodzinski Creates Graffiti Influenced by Pop Culture

By: Megan Facciuolo - Jun 8, 2014
References: urbanartistsoap & designtaxi
A United Kingdom-based artist Adam Klodzinski, who is also know as SOAP, has recently become an acclaimed street artist, thanks to his photo-real artworks. Using only an aerosol spray paint can, Klodzinski manages to perfectly emulate pictures of celebrities like models and hip-hop artists.

The intricate graffiti is large-scale and is created using "photo-realism, surrealism and three-dimensional lettering" techniques. He even includes his trademarked self 'Little Adam' in the corner of every mural to make it appear as if he is still painting the pictures.

Klodzinski has been commissioned to paint portraits of iconic people like Florence and the Machine, Ed Sheeran, Goldie, Dizzee Rascal, Rhianna and Dave Courtney, to name a few. More celebrity murals will be unveiled at his first show 'Four Elements' in the London Westbank Gallery next week.