Atelier Kismet collaborated with D*Confront (Dean Stockton), just one of UK’s most prolific Urban Up to date artists. Entitled, Dying & Glory, this collaborative piece signifies the third iteration of the original D*Confront artwork under the same title. Now produced in miniature, the piece characteristics a concealed incense burner chamber inside of the ceramic design, bringing the sculpture to daily life as it smokes and fumes with the incense of decision.

The sculpture signifies a significant landmark in D*Face’s occupation as it was the opening assertion to his first solo show Death & Glory, StolenSpace Gallery, London (2006). Featuring a law enforcement motor vehicle smashed below the excess weight of the legendary D*Puppy, the work reflects on the recklessness of the law enforcement pressure actions in legislation enforcement and is a statement of the artist’s reaction in opposition to such perform.

“Death and Glory” sculpture is an edition of 75 with measurements as the adhering to:

Ceramic with Platinum Coating
19 cm x 11 cm x 12.5 cm

Law enforcement Vehicle
Glazed and Hand Adorned Ceramic
24 cm x 10 cm height: 7.5 cm

28.6 cm x 27.6 cm height: 21.2 cm

Dean Stockton, also recognised as D*Deal with, is just one of UK’s most prolific City Up to date artists. Getting the general public streets as his canvas, he blends artwork, graffiti and style and design to build murals that at the time, preceded City Art’s emergence as it is regarded currently. The artist describes his operate, frequently characterised by vivid hues and sharp lines, as ‘aPOPcalyptic’. D*Deal with seeks to decide on up from exactly where the masters of 1980’s American Pop Art remaining off by subverting daily photographs and icons, criticising the client dominated environment and encouraging the viewer to meticulously take into account what if not could possibly be taken for granted.

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The sculpture will be offered on May possibly 6th, Thursday @ 5PM United kingdom Time at Atelier Kismet.

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