D*Face Takes His Street Art Inside with the New World Disorder

By: Amanda Greer - Published: Jun 5, 2013 • References: dface & hifructose
London-based street artist D*Face has moved his street art indoors for a graffiti-inspired collection titled 'The New World Disorder.' Opening at London's StolenSpace Gallery on June 6, this collection explores the trials and tribulations of modern urban living.

As a whole, the collection will look back on D*Face's past seven years of work, including both his street art and stand-alone pieces. His cartoonish artwork depicts crumbling and faded people exploring stressful cities. One piece shows a woman clinging to a leather jacketed man on a motorcycle. Half of her face has faded and she looks to be in a daze. The man is almost corpse-like, almost zombified, so that he appears hardly human.

Each piece in D*Face's graffiti inspired collection makes a bold statement about urban life, London living in particular. With their vibrant colors and memorable messages, 'The New World Disaster' will be a collection to remember. Stats for Graffiti-Inspired Art Installations Trending: Older & Mild
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