D*Face- Dean Stockton

16 artworks


  • Pop Tart- Yellow Silkscreen Fine Art Print by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Face- Dean Stockton Pop Tart- Yellow Silkscreen Fine Art Print by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    Pop Tart- Yellow Hand-Pulled 7-Color Framed Silkscreen Print on 410gsm Somerset Satin White Paper by Artist D*Face- Dean Stockton Limited Edition Fine Art Artwork. 2007 Signed & Numbered Framed Limited Edition of 125 Artwork Size 30x29 Framed With a Large Custom Frame & Mat. Pop Tart (Yellow), 2007 Screenprint in colors on paper 30 x 29 inches (76.2 x 73.7 cm) (sheet) Ed. 125 Signed and numbered in pencil along the lower edge. Published by Black Rat Press   Blending Street Edge with Fine Art: D*Face's "Pop Tart- Yellow" "Pop Tart- Yellow" by DFace, the pseudonym of Dean Stockton, is a remarkable piece in pop art, street art, and graffiti. This 2007 hand-pulled 7-color silkscreen print on Somerset Satin White Paper represents a fusion of street edge with delicate art sensibility, a hallmark of DFace's work. The print, signed and numbered by the artist, is part of a limited edition series of 125, each framed with a large custom frame and mat, measuring 30x29 inches. DFace's work often confronts the viewer with vibrant colors and a juxtaposition of images that challenge pop culture norms. "Pop Tart- Yellow" showcases this with a striking visual pun that layers celebrity imagery with graphic elements of decay, questioning the immortalization of icons in pop culture. The silkscreen technique DFace uses allows for crisp, vivid colors that pop against the paper, a testament to the artist's skill and attention to detail. In the vein of pop art tradition, D*Face's work comments on consumerism and the commodification of fame, with "Pop Tart- Yellow" as a perfect example. This artwork embodies the transformation of a cultural icon into a visual discourse, engaging with the viewer's understanding of fame and mortality. It's a piece that resonates with the ethos of street art, where the public space is a canvas for social and political commentary. The legacy of "Pop Tart- Yellow" in the art community is significant as it exemplifies the blurred lines between street art's rawness and the refined nature of limited edition prints. The artwork's presence in a gallery or a private collection continues to carry the spirit of the streets, where D*Face's artistry first found its voice. As street pop art and graffiti continue to influence the contemporary art scene, works like "Pop Tart- Yellow" remain pivotal, showcasing this genre's vibrant and transformative power.

    $15,000.00

  • Xlarge Gorilla Dcon Cartoon OG 2019- Gold Art Toy by D*Face- Dean Stockton Xlarge Gorilla Dcon Cartoon OG 2019- Gold Art Toy by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Face- Dean Stockton Xlarge Gorilla Dcon Cartoon OG 2019- Gold Art Toy by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    Xlarge Gorilla Dcon Cartoon OG 2019- Gold Limited Edition Vinyl Art with Gold Colored Metal Chain Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist D*Face x Medicom. 2019 Limited Edition Art Toy with Real Metal Chain Pendant XL Logo Artwork Size 6x9.5. Includes Original Packaging. The intersection of urban culture and artistic expression is embodied in the Xlarge Gorilla DCon Cartoon OG 2019, a limited edition vinyl art collectible. This piece is a remarkable representation of D*Face's collaboration with Medicom, showcasing the synergy between street art and high-end collectible design. With an impressive size of 6x9.5 inches, this art toy makes a bold statement. D*Face, known off the street as Dean Stockton, has cemented his name in the street art scene. Originating from London, his work often critiques contemporary societal norms, consumerism, and the galvanization of pop culture, heavily influenced by the gritty yet vibrant streetwear culture of Los Angeles, specifically the XLARGE brand. This particular artwork, complete with a genuine metal chain pendant featuring the XL logo, is more than just a toy; it is a portable mural, a slice of the pavement brought into the collector’s domain. Crafted in 2019, this piece resonates with the ethos of street art, where each item is not just a product but a story, a narrative solidified in time, reflective of its environment. The golden sheen of the vinyl and the weight of the metal chain add a tangible luxury to the traditionally ephemeral nature of street art. It’s a snapshot of D*Face's iconic style, which can be seen on worldwide walls, from the bustling streets of London to the sun-kissed alleys of Los Angeles. Collectors of the Xlarge Gorilla DCon Cartoon OG are not just acquiring a piece of street art; they are inheriting a piece of the dialogue between street culture and mainstream art. The limited availability of this figure ensures its status as a sought-after item, appealing not only to fans of D*Face but also to those who value the cross-pollination of art forms. For those who have tracked the trajectory of street art's rise to prominence, this collectible is a tangible acknowledgment of its rightful place in the pantheon of art history.

    $500.00

  • XLARGE x D*Face- Black 100% & 400% Be@rbrick Art Toy by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Face- Dean Stockton XLARGE x D*Face- Black 100% & 400% Be@rbrick Art Toy by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    XLARGE x D*Face- Black 100% & 400% BE@RBRICK Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Urban Collectable Art Figures 2020 D Face Xlarge Bearbrick Medicom Toy Be@rbrick 400% 100%

    $477.00

  • XLARGE x D*Face- Brown 100% & 400% Be@rbrick Art Toy by D*Face- Dean Stockton XLARGE x D*Face- Brown 100% & 400% Be@rbrick Art Toy by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Face- Dean Stockton XLARGE x D*Face- Brown 100% & 400% Be@rbrick Art Toy by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    XLARGE x D*Face- Brown 100% & 400% BE@RBRICK Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Urban Collectable Art Figures D Face Xlarge Bearbrick Medicom Toy Be@rbrick 400% 100% Designer Con. Brand BE@RBRICK MPN BERBRICK400 GTIN 5019950332456 UPC 5019950332456 Product Key Features Year Manufactured 2020 Vintage No Original/Licensed Reproduction Original Featured Person/Artist Faces Material Vinyl, Plastic Animal Species Bear Franchise Bearbrick Type Action Figure Collection Theme Designer & Urban Vinyl

    $432.00

  • Dog Save The Queen Sculpture by D*Face- Dean Stockton Dog Save The Queen Sculpture by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Face- Dean Stockton Dog Save The Queen Sculpture by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    Dog Save The Queen Limited Edition Polystone Resin Bust Sculpture Artwork by graffiti street artist modern pop artist D*Face. Displayed With Box In celebration of her Madge’s 95th birthday, StolenSpace is very proud to be releasing a very limited number of D*Face's most recent collaborative sculpture edition with Medicom Toys. She stands 15" tall (38 cm) and is made from high-quality polystone, sculpted by Perfect Studio. Each piece comes housed in a specially designed box. "Dog Save The Queen" is a sculpture created by the contemporary British artist Dean Stockton, better known as DFace. DFace is well-known for his graffiti, paintings, and sculptures that often incorporate elements of pop culture and social commentary. He is heavily influenced by street art, punk, and skateboarding culture, and his work has been compared to that of other popular street artists like Banksy and Shepard Fairey. The "Dog Save The Queen" sculpture features a unique take on the iconic British symbol, the Union Jack. The piece showcases a bulldog a breed commonly associated with British identity, symbolizing the monarchy Queen of England Elizabeth II. The title of the work is a play on the phrase "God Save the Queen," which is the British national anthem and a rallying cry for the country's monarchy. DFace's "Dog Save The Queen" sculpture represents the artist's commentary on British identity, patriotism, and the role of the monarchy in modern society. Through the use of the bulldog, Union Jack, and crown, DFace highlights the intertwining of these symbols in the collective British consciousness. The playful title and representation of the bulldog suggest a tongue-in-cheek approach to exploring these themes, inviting viewers to consider their own thoughts on British identity and the monarchy.

    $2,916.00

  • Rise Above Original Spray Paint Painting by D*Face- Dean Stockton x Shepard Fairey Rise Above Original Spray Paint Painting by D*Face- Dean Stockton x Shepard Fairey

    D*Face- Dean Stockton Rise Above Original Spray Paint Painting by D*Face- Dean Stockton x Shepard Fairey

    Rise Above Original One of a Kind Collage, Spray Paint & Silkscreen Painting Artwork on Fine Art Paper by Graffiti Artist Legends D*Face x Shepard Fairey. 2021 Signed bottom back right by both artists' original collage with archived screenshots and spray paint. Framed in beech-stained black. 21 1/4 x 18 7/8 in 54 x 48 cm Riot D*Face Ruined My Day The Collaborative Essence of D*Face and Shepard Fairey The artwork titled 'Rise Above' is a profound testament to the synergy between two titans of street pop art and graffiti artwork, DFace and Shepard Fairey. This original collage, composed of archived screenprints and spray paint on fine art paper, is a powerful expression of the socio-political commentary that both artists are renowned for. Signed by both DFace and Shepard Fairey in 2021, the piece is framed in beech-stained black, measuring 21 1/4 x 18 7/8 inches (54 x 48 cm), and carries the unmistakable spirit of rebellion and resistance that defines the work of both artists. The collaboration between D*Face and Shepard Fairey for 'Rise Above' is a landmark moment in street art history. Both artists have individually contributed significantly to the evolution of graffiti and street pop art, and their partnership in this piece is a dialogue between two distinct voices that share common thematic interests. The artwork's title, 'Rise Above,' encapsulates the essence of the artists' shared ethos—a call to transcend the status quo and challenge societal norms through art. 'Rise Above' is a masterful blend of techniques, with each layer of collage, spray paint, and silkscreen adding depth and texture to the piece. Archived screenprints are a nod to the artists' past works, creating a sense of continuity and legacy within their oeuvre. The spray paint element introduces a raw, visceral quality reminiscent of their work on the streets, while the silkscreen process adds precision and complexity. This combination of methods results in a piece rich in visual and conceptual density. Iconography and Message in 'Rise Above' The iconography used in 'Rise Above' is laden with meaning. The piece features a portrait characteristic of DFace's style, reminiscent of the comic book aesthetics and skeletal motifs he frequently employs. This figure holds a sign bearing the phrase "DFace Ruined My Day," a self-referential statement that plays with the artist's name and reputation for disrupting the norm. Shepard Fairey's influence is evident in the bold typographic elements and propaganda-style imagery that challenge viewers to question authority and power structures. The socio-political impact of 'Rise Above' is both timely and timeless. By blending their signature styles, D*Face and Shepard Fairey have created a piece that speaks to current socio-political issues while remaining relevant to future generations. The artwork's call to 'Rise Above' is a universal message of empowerment, urging viewers to engage with the world around them critically. The collaboration between these two artists serves as a reminder of the potent role that art can play in provoking thought and inspiring change. The Legacy of 'Rise Above' in Street Art 'Rise Above' contributes to the legacy of street art by showcasing the potential of collaboration within the genre. The partnership between D*Face and Shepard Fairey exemplifies how artists can come together to amplify their message and impact. As both artists have been pivotal in bringing street art into the mainstream consciousness, this piece also reflects the maturation of street art as a recognized form of fine art capable of conveying complex narratives and evoking strong emotional responses. 'Rise Above' is a striking piece of art that embodies the rebellious spirit of street pop art and graffiti artwork. The collaboration between D*Face and Shepard Fairey is a testament to the power of art to communicate, challenge, and inspire. The piece's layered complexity, both in technique and symbolism, offers a rich visual experience and a poignant message that resonates with the core values of street art. As 'Rise Above' continues to be appreciated by art enthusiasts and collectors, it is a significant contribution to contemporary art discourse, reminding us of the transformative power of artistic collaboration.

    $8,331.00

  • Salba Deck Silkscreen Skateboard by D*Face- Dean Stockton Salba Deck Silkscreen Skateboard by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Face- Dean Stockton Salba Deck Silkscreen Skateboard by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    Salba Deck Fine Art Limited Edition Screenprint on Natural Skateboard Steve Alba Deck by Street Artwork Graffiti Artist D*Face X Santa Cruz. 2012 D*Face X Santa Cruz Skateboards Salba, Screenprint in colors on skate deck 32 x 8 inches (81.3 x 20.3 cm) Produced by NHS Inc., Santa Cruz

    $642.00

  • Xlarge Gorilla Dcon Cartoon OG 2019 Gold Signed Embellished Art by D*Face- Dean Stockton Xlarge Gorilla Dcon Cartoon OG 2019 Gold Signed Embellished Art by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Face- Dean Stockton Xlarge Gorilla Dcon Cartoon OG 2019 Gold Signed Embellished Art by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    Xlarge Gorilla Dcon Cartoon OG 2019- Gold Signed Original Embellished Drawing Limited Edition Vinyl Art with Gold Colored Metal Chain Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist D*Face x Medicom. 2019 Limited Edition Art Toy with Real Metal Chain Pendant XL Logo & Drawing Artwork Size 6x9.5. Small Hand Drawings of Heart and peace Sign, Tag, Throw Up Signature On The Back, Hand Embellished Permanent Marker. Includes Original Packaging. The XLarge Gorilla DCon Cartoon OG 2019 is a striking embodiment of the innovative artistry of D*Face, also known as Dean Stockton. This limited edition vinyl art piece is a significant representation of the fusion between street art's rebellious vibrancy and the sophisticated realm of art collecting. Characterized by its lustrous gold hue and adorned with a gold-colored metal chain, the piece exudes an urban luxury that is both captivating and thought-provoking. Created in collaboration with Medicom, a Japanese brand known for its art toys that cater to the meticulous collector's market, the artwork stands as a testament to DFace's ability to navigate multiple platforms of artistic expression. His works are often infused with satirical critiques of consumerism, pop culture, and the monotony of the corporate world. The Gorilla DCon piece, with its hand-embellished details such as the small drawings of a heart and peace sign and the artist's iconic tag and signature on the back, is a unique synthesis of art and personal touch, which is emblematic of DFace's style. Each stroke of the permanent marker on the back of the vinyl art is a signature of authenticity and individuality, making each piece in this limited edition a singular work of art. The street graffiti artist, having grown up in London, brings the influence of his environment into his work, combining it with elements of Los Angeles streetwear culture, particularly that of XLARGE, a brand known for its deep roots in music, skate, and street art. D*Face's integration of his street art heritage with the world of toy collectibles creates a nexus point for enthusiasts and collectors alike, making the XLarge Gorilla DCon Cartoon OG a coveted item for those who appreciate where the pulse of street art intersects with the exclusivity of limited edition collectibles.

    $700.00

  • Pop Tart Yellow Unique Collage Silkscreen Print by D*Face- Dean Stockton Pop Tart Yellow Unique Collage Silkscreen Print by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Face- Dean Stockton Pop Tart Yellow Unique Collage Silkscreen Print by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    Pop Tart Yellow Unique HPM Original Collage Silkscreen Print by D*Face- Dean Stockton Screen Print on Wove Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. 2007 Signed & Numbered Collage HPM Embellished Unique Original Artwork Size 30x29 Framed Exploring the Vibrant Convergence of Street Pop Art & Graffiti Artwork The fusion of street pop art and graffiti artwork often creates a vivid tableau that not only captures the eye but also provokes thought and commentary on societal issues. The "Pop Tart Yellow Unique HPM Original Collage Silkscreen Print" by the renowned British artist D*Face, whose real name is Dean Stockton, exemplifies this dynamic. Produced in 2007, this limited-edition work is an engaging piece that is visually arresting and thematically complex. Dean Stockton and the Allure of Screen Printing Dean Stockton, better known as D*Face, has become a standout figure in contemporary street art. His work often critiques the consumerist culture, the mechanization of modern life, and the omnipresent media that shape our realities. Born in London, Stockton is alive as of my last update, and his work continues to influence the trajectory of street art globally. The "Pop Tart Yellow" work showcases"his distinctive approach to street pop art, infusing elements of graffiti with traditional pop art aesthetics. The silkscreen process, a hallmark of pop art since its popularization by figures like Andy Warhol, is central to the visual impact of "Pop Tart Yellow." "t allows Stockto" to layer colors and images, creating an almost tangible texture. This method, which entails pushing ink through a screen to transfer an image onto a substrate, adds to the uniqueness of each piece, especially when hand embellishments are involved. The Cultural Commentary of "Pop Tart Yellow" U" on observing" "Pop Tart Yellow" p" int, one is str"ck by its bold use of color and the juxtaposition of a skeletal figure adorned with cartoon-like features. The artwork is a veritable cornucopia of social commentary, steeped in the visual language of both street and pop art. The yellow backdrop serves as an eye-catching element and a symbol of caution, mirroring the cautionary tales often told by street artists about the world around us. The elements of collage and the hand-finished touches, indicated by "HPM" (Hand Painted Multiple), point" to "the unique nature of each print within the limited series. Stockon's choice to hand-embellish tStockon's underscores the street art ethos of originality and direct engagement with the artwork. The skeletal figure, a recurring motif in D*Face's work, invokes the temporaliD*Face'sman existence and the often superficial layering of societal expectations and norms. The imagery in "Pop Tart Yellow" reflects a disenchantment with the"police state and the perpetual cycle of violence, as suggested by the text fragments accompanying the visual elements. Stockton's work is rarely without a Stockton'sedge, and this piece continues in that vein, challenging the viewer to reflect on the structures of power and authority that govern everyday life. The artwork’s dimensions, 30x29 inches, make it a commanding presence in any space. As with many street art pieces, the scale contributes to the impact, and even when confined within a frame, "Pop Tart Yellow" retains the raw energy typically found in Stockton’s more enormous murals. The act of Stockton Street art, a form traditionally found in the brief space of the urban landscape, further blurs the lines between high art and accessible street culture. Legacy and Influence in Modern Street Art The legacy of street pop art and graffiti artwork like "Pop Tart Yellow" lies in its ability" to remain relevant over the years. Though created in 2007, the thematic concerns of the piece resonate strongly in today's social and political climate. Today's art has long been a medium for marginalized voices and a platform for alternative narratives in the public sphere. As a limited edition work, "Pop Tart Yellow" allows collectors "to hold a piece "of that conversation, a moment of that dialogue immortalized through the artist's lens. D*Face’s body of artwork D*Face's "Pop Tart Yellow" provides a critical"l lens through which to view our contemporary world. Stockton's art compels us to confront Stockton's mundane and the political in one fell swoop. His influence extends beyond the streets and into the galleries, bridging the gap between what art can be and what it has the potential to communicate. The vibrant interplay between color, text, and imagery in "Pop Tart Yellow" is a testament to "Tockton’s skill" in harnessing Stockton's pop art to open conversations and challenge perceptions. Much like the rest of his oeuvre, this piece will continue to captivate and inspire, inviting onlookers to partake in a visual feast that is both a reflection and a critique of the world we navigate.

    $10,000.00

  • D*Dog Grin Art Toy by Ron English x D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Face- Dean Stockton D*Dog Grin Art Toy by Ron English x D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Dog Grin Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti Ron English Popaganda x D*Face Dean Stockton x Made by Monsters. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 250 COA Displayed With Box Artwork Size 6x15 D*Face x Ron English in collaboration with vinyl art sculpture workshop Made by Monsters. Sculpture standing based on DFace's iconic D*Dog with Ron English signature Grin Skull. The DDog Grin Art Toy is a collaborative art piece created by two renowned artists, Ron English and DFace (Dean Stockton). Both artists are well-known for their contributions to the world of street art and designer toys, and this collaboration showcases their unique styles and creative synergy. Ron English is an American contemporary artist who is known for his signature "POPaganda" style, which blends high and low cultural touchstones, often combining recognizable brand imagery and advertising with subversive messages. He has created numerous art toys, sculptures, and paintings throughout his career. D*Face, or Dean Stockton, is a British street artist who has gained international recognition for his visually striking work, characterized by a blend of pop art, graffiti, and graphic design. His creations often feature bold colors, impactful imagery, and strong social commentary. The DDog Grin Art Toy is a fusion of these two artists' styles, resulting in a visually captivating and thought-provoking piece. The art toy features a dog figure with Ron English's signature "grin" aesthetic, while incorporating elements of DFace's distinctive pop art and graffiti influences. This limited edition toy is not only a collectible but also serves as a testament to the artists' abilities to create a cohesive work that showcases their individual talents.

    $529.00

  • Prey Red HPM Doodled Silkscreen Print by D*Face- Dean Stockton Prey Red HPM Doodled Silkscreen Print by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Face- Dean Stockton Prey Red HPM Doodled Silkscreen Print by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    Prey Red HPM Doodled Silkscreen Print by D*Face- Dean Stockton Screen Print on Paperboard Framed Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. 2007 Signed Unique Paint & Pencil HPM Embellished with Doodle on Front Framed Artwork Size 23.25x33. Initially, This Was a Design Used as Wheat Plasters Across Cities. It's Rumored This is one of 2 Versions Produced and Signed by D*Face on higher-grade paper. Custom Framed with Red Metal Frame. D*Face's Signature Style in Prey Red The confluence of pop art and street art finds a striking manifestation in the work of British artist Dean Stockton, better known as D*Face. Among his vast array of impactful artworks, the "Prey Red HPM Doodled Silkscreen Print" is a prime example of his skill in blending subversive street art techniques with the ethos of pop art. This limited edition piece, a silkscreen print on paperboard and an original work embellished with unique paint and pencil doodles by the artist himself captures the essence of his critique on consumerism and the cult of celebrity. Stockton's "Prey Red HPM Doodled Silkscreen Print" is not just another piece of street art; it reflects the artist's journey and commentary on society. The artwork features bold lines and stark contrasts, a hallmark of D*Face's aesthetic, which owes much to his early influences from skateboarding, graffiti, and punk music. The print, measuring 23.25 by 33 inches, is framed in a custom red metal frame that echoes the vibrancy of the artwork within. D*Face and the Pop Street Art Movement Originally conceived as a design for wheatpaste posters plastered across cities, "Prey Red" evolved into a more refined expression of DFace's art when it was reimagined as a high-grade paper print. This transition from street art to a gallery-worthy piece underscores the fluid boundaries between different art forms and the versatility of DFace as an artist. The fact that this piece was one of just two versions produced and signed by the artist adds to its exclusivity and allure. DFace's work is often seen as a bridge between the raw, rebellious energy of street art and the polished, image-focused world of pop art. DFace challenges preconceived notions about art and its place in society by bringing his work into galleries without losing the street-smart edge. The "Prey Red HPM Doodled Silkscreen Print" is a testament to this, embodying the artist's skill in bringing depth and multiple layers of meaning to his work. The Cultural Impact of D*Face's Artwork Beyond its visual appeal, "Prey Red" is a cultural critique, much like the rest of DFace's oeuvre. Through his art, DFace invites viewers to question the icons and symbols that populate our visual landscape. This print, with its sharp imagery and the word "PREY" emblazoned across it, suggests a deeper conversation about who the prey is in a world saturated with media and celebrity culture. DFace's "Prey Red HPM Doodled Silkscreen Print" is not merely a piece of art to be admired for its style; it is a conversation starter, a piece of cultural commentary, and a collector's item all at once. It represents the artist's ongoing commitment to challenging viewers and the art establishment, urging a reevaluation of what is displayed on city walls and gallery halls. As DFace continues to create and evolve, works like "Prey Red" ensure his place in the annals of contemporary art history, bridging the gap between the underground and the mainstream.

    $4,500.00

  • Run Away Silkscreen Fine Art Print by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Face- Dean Stockton Run Away Silkscreen Fine Art Print by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    Run Away Hand-Pulled 10-Color Silkscreen Print on 370gsm Lambeth Drawing Cartridge Paper by Desirable Artist D*Face Limited Edition Pop Art Artwork. 2020 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 150 Artwork Size 27.25x39.5 Framed With a Large Custom Frame & Mat. D*Face (b. 1978) Run Away, 2020 Screenprint in colors on Lambeth Drawing Cartridge paper 39-1/2 x 27-1/4 inches (100.3 x 69.2 cm) (sheet) Ed. 71/150 Signed and numbered in pencil along the lower edge. Published by Stolen Space Gallery, London The Fusion of Classic and Contemporary in D*Face's 'Run Away' D*Face, the pseudonym of the British street artist Dean Stockton, has long been a prominent name in street pop art and graffiti artwork. His work 'Run Away' is a notable entry in his oeuvre, a hand-pulled 10-color silkscreen print on the revered Lambeth Drawing Cartridge paper. This 2020 signed and numbered limited edition piece exemplifies the artist's commitment to blending street art's insurgent energy with traditional printmaking's craftsmanship. Technical Brilliance and Thematic Depth in 'Run Away' At 39-1/2 x 27-1/4 inches, 'Run Away' is grand in scale and intricate in detail. The piece captures a moment of passionate embrace, yet the figures are depicted with elements of dissolution, perhaps suggesting the fleeting nature of love or the ephemeral quality of relationships. The artwork's narrative is enhanced by its visual complexity—the use of a 10-color palette allows for a vibrant depth of image. The choice of Lambeth Drawing Cartridge paper is crucial to the print's allure. Known for its heavy weight and superior quality, the paper is an excellent foundation for silkscreen. It allows for a crisp transfer of ink and a vibrancy of color that lesser papers could not hold. The Lambeth paper complements D*Face's bold lines and sharp contrasts, ensuring that each print from the limited edition of 150 retains the clarity and impact of the original design. D*Face's Place in the Pantheon of Pop Art DFace's 'Run Away' reflects the artist's position in the pop art landscape. Born in 1978, DFace has witnessed the evolution of street art from a subculture to a globally recognized form of artistic expression. His work often contains commentary on consumerism, fame, and the mechanics of the art world, all deftly woven into 'Run Away.' The artist's signature style blends comic book-inspired aesthetics with a critical lens on modern society, giving him acclaim and space in galleries worldwide. 'Run Away,' published by Stolen Space Gallery in London, is a piece that encapsulates D*Face's mastery over his medium and message. It is a work that invites contemplation on the nature of modern romance, the icons of pop culture, and the art of silkscreen printing. The Lasting Impact of 'Run Away' in Modern Art DFace's 'Run Away' holds a distinguished place in modern art, bridging the gap between the raw expressiveness of street art and the precision of fine art printmaking. The artwork, framed within a large custom frame and mat, is designed to make a statement, whether displayed in a gallery or a private collection. The use of Lambeth Drawing Cartridge paper is a testament to DFace's respect for quality and tradition, even as he pushes the boundaries of art with his innovative and provocative style. The piece is not merely a visual treat; it is a cultural artifact that encapsulates the spirit of the times. With 'Run Away,' D*Face contributes to the ongoing conversation about the place and value of street pop art within the larger artistic narrative. His work, particularly this standout print, will continue to be studied and appreciated by those who seek to understand the complex interplay between art and society in the 21st century.

    $7,500.00

  • D*Dogs Fallin' in Gorilla Deck- Glitter Silkscreen Skateboard by D*Face- Dean Stockton D*Dogs Fallin' in Gorilla Deck- Glitter Silkscreen Skateboard by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Face- Dean Stockton D*Dogs Fallin' in Gorilla Deck- Glitter Silkscreen Skateboard by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Dogs Fallin' in Gorilla Deck Limited Edition Silkscreen Skateboard Art by Street Pop Culture Artist D*Face x XLarge. 2019 Serial Numbered, Extremely Limited Edition of 30 Glitter Variant. Monkey ape dropping doggie bombs. Rare Edition With Hand Applied Glitter To Lower Logo And Color Inner Wood Core Ply. Red or Yellow Core.

    $566.00

  • Wasted Youth Your Eyes Here Cac Malaga Silkscreen by D*Face Dean Stockton x Shepard Fairey

    D*Face- Dean Stockton Wasted Youth Your Eyes Here Cac Malaga Silkscreen by D*Face Dean Stockton x Shepard Fairey

    Wasted Youth- Your Eyes Here Cac Malaga Edition 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Speckletone Art Paper by Shepard Fairey x D*Face Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist. Signed By F*Face & Shepard Fairey, Numbered Screen Print “WASTED YOUTH / YOUR EYES HERE” (CAC MALAGA EDITION) Screen Print 18 x 24 inches Edition of 400 July 16, 2015 D*Face and I enjoy collaborating and we both agreed that it would be great to do a print to celebrate our simultaneous shows at the CAC Málaga. We used very different color palettes in our murals there so we decided that since we both liked black, red, and silver – that we could put our chromatic differences aside and join forces on those three colors for the print. I’d still recommend seeing the murals in person if you have the opportunity, but this print is an avatar I can be proud of. All of the prints are signed by me and D*Face so you know that meant they had to travel to Spain and back – luckily, they’re all in good shape. Thanks to the CAC Málaga for facilitating such a great show for both of us! -Shepard

    $1,025.00

  • Feels So Good Original Silkscreen Etching Print by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Face- Dean Stockton Feels So Good Original Silkscreen Etching Print by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    Feels So Good Original Silkscreen Etching Print by D*Face- Dean Stockton Hand-Pulled on Wove Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. 2009 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 1 Original Artwork Size 33x54 Silkscreen Etching Print Custom Framed D*Face (b. 1978) Feels So Good, c. 2009 Etching and screenprint in colors on wove paper 54 x 33 inches (137.2 x 83.8 cm) (sheet) Ed. 1/1 Signed and numbered in pencil along the lower edge. No apparent condition issues. Floated and framed under acrylic. Framed Dimensions 59 X 37.5 Inches

    $13,017.00

  • XLarge Cartoon OG- Red Art Toy by D*Face- Dean Stockton XLarge Cartoon OG- Red Art Toy by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    D*Face- Dean Stockton XLarge Cartoon OG- Red Art Toy by D*Face- Dean Stockton

    XLarge Cartoon OG- Red Limited Edition Vinyl Art with Gold Colored Metal Chain Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist D*Face x Medicom. If you’ve never heard of D*Face before which rock have you been living under for the last decade & half? D*Face”, a.k.a. Dean Stockton, grew up in London and is an English multimedia street artist, who uses spray paint, stickers, posters, and stencils combined with Los Angeles streetwear culture, XLARGE.

    $414.00

D*Face- Dean Stockton> Pop Artist Graffiti Street Artworks

Dean Stockton's Influence on Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork

Dean Stockton, better known by his artist DFace, is a prominent figure in Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. A distinctive use of bold colors, comic book-style graphics, and a satirical approach to popular culture characterizes his work. DFace's artwork often critiques consumerism, the glorification of celebrity culture, and the American Dream. His unique style is a blend of street art, graffiti, and pop art, making him one of the pioneering artists in bringing street art into the gallery space. DFace's journey in the art world began in London, where he grew up immersed in the burgeoning graffiti scene of the early 1990s. Inspired by the works of Shepard Fairey and Banksy, along with American pop artists like Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol, DFace developed a style that resonates with the grit of street art and the polished finish of galleries. Using stickers, posters, and stencils in public spaces helped establish his reputation in the street art community. At the same time, his gallery works brought him recognition in the mainstream art world. D*Face's ability to navigate these two worlds has been a significant factor in his success and influence.

Techniques & Legacy and Continuing Influence of D*Face

One of the defining aspects of DFace's work is his exploration of themes related to mortality, fame, and materialism. His artworks often feature skeletons, winged characters, and figures with a comic book aesthetic, which serve as metaphors for the transient nature of life and fame. DFace uses various techniques, including spray paint, stickers, and stenciling, combined with traditional methods like oil painting on canvas. This diverse approach allows him to create multiple artworks, from large-scale murals to intricate gallery pieces. DFace has gained international acclaim for displaying his works worldwide, including in Los Angeles, New York, Tokyo, and London. His ability to convey universal themes through a distinctly urban lens has resonated with audiences globally. DFace's impact is not limited to the visual arts alone; he has also ventured into sculpture and collaborative projects, further expanding his influence and reach within the art community. DFace's contribution to Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork is significant as he continues challenging and redefining the boundaries between street art and fine art. His work encourages viewers to question societal norms and the role of art in public spaces. As DFace continues to evolve and innovate, his legacy as a critical figure in the contemporary art scene is firmly established, inspiring a new generation of artists to explore the endless possibilities within street art.

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