What do you imagine when you hear the word graffiti?
Even though street art has become an acknowledged type of art. Most people still associate it with vandalism. One artist has taken it upon him to ‘take the grit out of graffiti art’. Having built himself a reputation of a world-renowned artist with displays in Berlin, LA, Costa Rica and his hometown Toronto, Nicholas Sinclair aka Dudeman stuns with his artistic use of colour and shapes. Ever since his first art show “Colour Therapy” he has made the bold use of vivid shades and hues his trademark.
He took ordinary pieces of furniture only to re-design them into fabulous graffiti-covered masterpieces. Vintage cupboards and dressers shine in the most amazing vibrant colours making even the dullest of settings intriguing. With unrivalled skills and an eye for detail Dudeman combines shades and hues, lines and dots to captivate the observer’s eye.
Home-owners with a taste for urban design and funky style will truly appreciate the intricate and dazzling pieces of art. With their slight hippie-chic look and bold statement, these items are perfect for kids, teenagers, college students and artistic adults alike.
Don’t know about you but I certainly would love to add one of these unique pieces of furniture in my home!
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