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.
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