WESTBANK ARTIST

K Guy

Over the past few years K-Guy has decorated the streets with his hard edged graphic style, often using discarded trash and found objects as the basis or medium of his work. He has bought an alternative slant to the urban art scene by not just focusing on aerosol and paste-ups but creating street installations and sculptural pieces. He continues to push the boundaries with his incisive observations and visual comments about life in the 21st century.

K-Guy is probably best known for his memorial shrine installation (In Loving Memory of the Boom Economy) erected outside the Bank of England, where he received world wide media coverage. He has exhibited across the globe and his work features on many a rock star and media celeb’s wall. He has recently collaborated with The Prodigy and was part of the Mutate Britain, ‘One Foot in the Grove’ exhibition with his stand-out Coke Moss piece.

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