Sickboy

London / United Kingdom

Along with the likes of Banksy, Bristol native Sickboy is recognized as one of the best street artists of our time and has rose to fame through the Oscar nominated ‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’. While his identity remains unknown, his humorous artworks, which he signs with a logo instead of a nametag, have rewarded him with global recognition. Sickboy’s works can be found on his collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/5 in 2014. […]

Biography / Sickboy

Along with the likes of Banksy, Bristol native Sickboy is recognized as one of the best street artists of our time and has rose to fame through the Oscar nominated ‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’. While his identity remains unknown, his humorous artworks, which he signs with a logo instead of a nametag, have rewarded him with global recognition. Sickboy’s works can be found on his collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/5 in 2014.

Being heavily influenced by Picasso, Hundertwasser and Gaudi as well as Spanish street artist La Mano, Sickboy’s spray-painted visuals and murals could be straight from a drug induced fever dream. His colourful, exhaustingly busy and detailed artworks touch along the lines of a style that could best be described as neo-psychedelic-cosmic-abstract-expressionist. Originally being trained in fine arts, over the years Sickboy developed a unique style of painting graffiti as well as working on canvas. He conventionally exhibits his work in art galleries around the world.