Stephen Quick artist, live painter and YouTuber, his art represents contemporary culture by embracing and satirising our materialistic nature. His work is a mix of fine art and street art, mashing up media, as well as icons from different worlds.
Using spray paint, acrylic, ink and stencils, he creates mixed-media pieces, on walls and canvases, for the outside world, galleries and Internet.
“My paintings in their very essence are post modern, they are not at all about themselves, but about the world outside the "Art world". We live in a world where everything including our dreams are dictated by the media and celebrities. With my pop art I embrace the materialistic nature of our heroes and icons, who we idolize and sometimes even define us."
Recent highlights include painting at Upfest 15, 16 &17 a 29ft mural in Bristol and returning to his hometown, Honiton in Devon, to paint their very first mural. He also won the PaintWorks Pop Up event, surpassed 1.3 million views on YouTube and took part in the Brandalism project in Paris.
He works from his Bristol-based studio, ‘Splintered Studios’ selling and being collected worldwide.