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.

PMM Art Projects congratulates British artist Dan Baldwin


PMM Art Projects congratulates British artist Dan Baldwin, whose incredible painting “CYCLONE” is featured on the sleeve of Scottish singer/songwriter Paolo Nutini’s debut single, SCREAM (from his soon to be released LP, CAUSTIC LOVE).

Baldwin’s predilection for challenging subject matter and oppositional forces which provoke and unsettle the viewer, plus his ability to manifest a reality entirely his own upon canvas with his extraordinary technique, have positioned Baldwin at the forefront of the new generation of artists in Britain (the Young British Art movement). Visionary Artistry Magazine has described Baldwin, as an “artist who uses a paintbrush to create his own reality,” who “invites us into his world of make believe and challenges our power of imagination.”

Baldwin has exhibited his paintings, prints and ceramics around the world, including critically lauded solo exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Tokyo, San Francisco, and, most recently, in London. PMM Projects will be mounting a solo pop up exhibition of Baldwin’s new work in New York City in the fall of 2014 – details to come.

DAN BALDWIN IS PUBLISHED BY CCA GALLERIES AND MANAGED BY PAT MAGNARELLA MANAGEMENT-PMM ART PROJECTS.