Street Artist D*Face to Open His Largest Exhibition to Date in Los Angeles Titled “Scars and Stripes”

D*FACE to Paint LA With Portraits of Celebs Who Died Before 30

British street artist D*Face (aka Dean Stockton) will open his largest exhibition to date with “Scars and Stripes,” an upcoming Los Angeles pop-up show in collaboration with PMM Arts Projects. The show surveys his 15 year career, and will include 30 new works, and two public murals and limited edition prints. Opening September 26, and on view though mid-October in West Hollywood, the exhibition explores pop cultural stereotypes of the “American Dream” and the public’s fascination with the cult of celebrity through portraits of musicians, actors, and iconic figures who died before the age of 30. 

Read more: Blouin ArtInfo

D*FACE to Paint LA With Portraits of Celebs Who Died Before 30

British street artist D*Face (aka Dean Stockton) will open his largest exhibition to date with “Scars and Stripes,” an upcoming Los Angeles pop-up show in collaboration with PMM Arts Projects. The show surveys his 15 year career, and will include 30 new works, and two public murals and limited edition prints. Opening September 26, and on view though mid-October in West Hollywood, the exhibition explores pop cultural stereotypes of the “American Dream” and the public’s fascination with the cult of celebrity through portraits of musicians, actors, and iconic figures who died before the age of 30.

Read more: Blouin ArtInfo

D*Face was invited to participate in the ArtScape Street Art Festival to paint a new mural somewhere on the streets of Malmo in Sweden. Entitled “Last Embrace Before Departure” the couple being surrounded by a myriad of D*Face dog logos.