Art Tuesdays: Artists to follow – Stik

Big Mother by Stik, on the side of Charles Hocking House, a condemned tower block in Ealing, London. Photograph excerpt: Joce Division
Big Mother by Stik, on the side of Charles Hocking House, a condemned tower block in Ealing, London.
Photograph excerpt: Joyce/ Division

I first discovered ‘Big Mother’ by Stik whilst travelling on the Piccadilly line. It was such an eye catching, bright yet simple piece of art which brightened up the surrounding grey landscape, and fast became a highlight of the journey.

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Source: Image © Stik (by Joyce/Division)

Stik’s own story is fascinating – check out an article in the Guardian which features more of Stik’s inspiring work and his own personal life journey.  Click here to read the article.

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Sleeping baby mural, Homerton hospital, London

Picture source: Guardian.com

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