Signature: Signed and dated in acrylic lower right "Thrashbird 16"
While the identity of the street artist Thrashbird remains anonymous, his stamp on the buildings of Los Angeles is unmistakable. Thrashbird is most known for his motif of a silhouetted man looking down at his phone, which the artist refers to as his “Clone.” Poking fun at today’s digital culture, Thrashbird paints these figures onto the ground, on view for those who are already looking down at their mobile devices. Thrashbird often works with wheat-paste, an easy-to-make adhesive comprised of flour, sugar, and water, to adhere his paintings to city surfaces.
based in Los Angeles, California