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- - About The Piece - -
Title: Crowded (black and white)
Limited edition A3 (42.6x30.3cm) giclee print by UK based artist Kev Munday.
From a limited edition of 100 on 300GSM matte board.
Each print is signed and numbered and carefully shipped in a postal tube from my studio in England.
All prints are in stock, not printed on demand. I aim to dispatch every item within 2 days of payment.
All of my art can be sent to anywhere in the world.
Listed by self representing artist so feel free to contact me at Kev@KevMunday.co.uk if you have any questions or queries.
Self-Representing Artist?: Yes
Subject: People and Portraits
Original/ Repro: Original Print
Style: Pop Art
Listed by Self-Representing Artist?: Yes
Type: Modern - Limited Edition
Free worldwide postage on all art prints!
- - About The Artist - -
Kev Munday has been expressing himself visually on all surfaces within reach from an early age. Amongst his obscure influences he lists aboriginal culture, fortune cookie poetry and traveling amusement rides. Growing up in Basingstoke where inspiration is scarce, Kev was visually awoken by studying old punk album art and skateboard magazines, as well as the work of artists such as Keith Haring, Andy Howell and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Kev Munday artwork has been exhibited in gallery shows from Tokyo to Berlin, Barcelona to Philadelphia. His designs have adorned merchandise the world over, appearing on literally thousands of t-shirts through clothing labels UnderTheHat, Fracture Skateboards and Avalaan.
Kev has appeared alongside his art in dozens of publications including The Independent, Front, Hip Hop Connection, Vice and Knowledge Magazine. His painting skills have earned him commissions from the likes of Walt Disney, Fabric Nightclub, Route One and Guitar Hero.
Still just in his mid twenties, Kev is regularly exhibiting and live painting at events all over the world. Having recently exhibited at London's O2 Arena and collaborated with renowned 3d designer Stuart Melrose, Kev Munday is looking forward to many more years of watching paint dry.