11 May 2018

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Stik To Erect Gender Neutral Sculpture In Hoxton Square

Stik, is an instantly recognisable and much loved London based Street Artist. His style is known for depicting brightly coloured figures which appear on murals from London to New York to Japan.

28 November 2014

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Stik Creates Tallest Piece Of Street Art In UK Highlighting Shortage Of Social Housing

The UK’s tallest piece of public art has appeared on the side of a condemned council estate in West London. The renowned street artist Stik has completed the work of street art; a 125-foot mural covering the side façade of a soon-to-be demolished council house in the London area of Acton. The enormous work is […]

11 June 2014

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Stik Creates New Work At Union Tower In New York

Stik, the London grafitti artist, was in the process of finishing his second major New York City piece. Repeats of his iconic stick figure, holding hands, embellishes one of downtown’s iconic remaining water towers. “The Union Square piece is a union of eight points of the compass, eight figures all holding hands, symbolizing the union […]

17 September 2013

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Stik On The Lower East Side Ilka Scobie Meets The Artist

 “A true patriot must always be ready to defend his country from his government” – Herman Melville quote via Stik Finished just before a torrential autumn downpour, Stik’s sixty foot Avenue A mural will grace the busy East Village corner for a year. The young London street artist sat down with me for tea, joined […]

13 September 2013

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Stik Unveils Major Mural Project In New York City

Three years ago, he was a homeless street artist risking life and liberty to paint his iconic stickmen across London’s east end. Today he has become one of the art world’s hottest properties. London based artist STIK has taken New York by storm. He has completed the final touches on his “Liberty” tribute mural this […]

19 May 2013

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Wide Boy Art Dealer Andrew Lamberty Takes Some Stik

A mural by graffiti artist Stik painted on a garage door in 2011 has been removed by its owners and sold to the ‘Television’ art & antiques dealer Andrew Lamberty. The piece, titled,”The London Riots”, was painted on a broken garage door, which was part of the Pogo Café, a vegan restaurant in Clarence Road, […]

5 March 2013

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Street Artist Stik Turns Big Issue Sellers Into Art Dealers

The Street artist Stik, renowned for his iconic graffiti portraits of stick people, has created an exclusive series of four prints available only with the Big Issue magazine (on sale March 11th).  The prints, which will not be available through any other channels, are part of a collaboration designed to turn Big Issue vendors into […]

15 February 2013

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Thierry Noir Berlin Wall Artist Spotted In Shoreditch and Dalston

Street Art London is hosting the iconic Berlin street artist Thierry Noir as he makes his London debut. Noir is a forerunner of the modern street art movement, famous for being the first artist to continuously decorate the Berlin Wall illegally from 1984 to pre-empt its ultimate fall in 1989. Street Art London is joining […]

9 May 2012

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Street Art Invades The Dulwich Picture Gallery

The Dulwich Picture Gallery is presenting  selected works from its permanent collection which are the inspiration behind a body of work by cult street artist Stik.  Paintings such as Murillo’s Three Boys will be reinterpreted by Stik and spray-painted in his distinctive style onto the streets of Dulwich.His work is mainly found around the east […]