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Sons of Anakin by Zombiedan

£995.00

Sons of Anakin by Zombiedan a brand new Original by Zombiedan.

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Additional Information

Artist

Zombiedan

Medium

Original

Framed Size

46″ x 46″

Availability

SOLD

Product Description

Sons of Anakin by Zombiedan

This amazing original unifies the talent and artistic designs of two of the most desirable artists in the UK. Zombiedan has provided the background

Zombiedan was born in Stockwell, London. Entirely consumed by the capital’s encompassing and enrapturing urban and street art scene as a child in the 1990’s, and as an active witness of the golden era of British street art – Zombiedan is one of the most intoxicating and captivating new names in British art.

Leaving school with a double distinction in Art and relocating to the Midlands, Zombiedan set about mirroring modern day influences in Blek Le Rat and Banksy by taking his unique explosion of energy and colour to his own hometown and beyond to promote his unequivocal lust of urban art.

A true scholar of the art of creating stencils, Zombiedan has come a long way from that very first cut. Now a revered commissions artist and still very much active on the street scene – Zombiedan’s truest skill comes from his ability to remove the common limits of graffiti artists to create works that aptly unify urban and fine art, “my biggest obstacle in life was not knowing what I wanted.. then I picked up a spray-can”.

JJ Adams uses a range of mixed media in his work from spray paint to hand painting acrylics, screen printing, collage and digital matte painting as well as photography. He admits being influenced at art school by artists like Norman Rockwell, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol and Sir Peter Blake and more obscure artists such as Guy Peelleart, Hipgnosis and Storm Thorgerson and lowbrow artists like Coop, Jim Phillips and Graham Coton who was a World War II comic book artist.

JJ Adams works from his studio overlooking the Thames Barrier in Woolwich, South East London.