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Stik

Standing Figure (Blue), 2015

Offset lithograph printed in colours
29 9/10 × 9 2/5 in
76 × 24 cm
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Sworders

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Book: 26.7 x 22.2 x 2.8cm, unframed

Signed in black ink, on wove paper folded twice (as issued), with full margins; accompanied with the book 'STIK', first edition, signed and doodled by the artist in black ink. …

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For the last decade, street artist Stik's huge mysterious figures have been lurking on the sides of buildings and billboards in Hackney. Though simple, composed of just six lines each with dots for eyes, Stik's stick people are subtly expressive. The artist spent a number of years homeless, and in addition to being self-taught, still does much of his mural work illegally, sometimes reaching seemingly superhuman locations to paint. Despite Stik’s unofficial origins, organizations such as The British Council have commissioned permanent murals by him in London and abroad.

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Sworders

Property Subject to the Artist's Resale Right (see Conditions of Sale for further information)

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Property Subject to the Artist's Resale Right (see Conditions of Sale for further information)

Book: 26.7 x 22.2 x 2.8cm, unframed

Signed in black ink, on wove paper folded twice (as issued), with full margins; accompanied with the book 'STIK', first edition, signed and doodled by the artist in black ink. …

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Stik
British
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For the last decade, street artist Stik's huge mysterious figures have been lurking on the sides of buildings and billboards in Hackney. Though simple, composed of just six lines each with dots for eyes, Stik's stick people are subtly expressive. The artist spent a number of years homeless, and in addition to being self-taught, still does much of his mural work illegally, sometimes reaching seemingly superhuman locations to paint. Despite Stik’s unofficial origins, organizations such as The British Council have commissioned permanent murals by him in London and abroad.

Stik

Standing Figure (Blue), 2015

Offset lithograph printed in colours
29 9/10 × 9 2/5 in
76 × 24 cm
Bidding closed
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