Stephen Graham is a South African born artist who was trained at the world-renowned Central Saint Martins school London. He is one of those artists who has an immediately recognisable style. He developed this style through thinking about how to use crystals in his work as points of texture and definition. The result came in the form of his characterful Pin Art style. This dazzling style never fails to capture attention and imbue any space with a fizzing energy.
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World Renowned Artist & Creative Director
Stephen has not only made his mark in the art world, as he is also much sought after in many other disciplines where his creative vision and pioneering techniques come are of great use. Over the last two decades, Stephen has been making waves as a creative director in various industries, such as fashion and interior decor. He also has worked with magazines, theatres, television and film studios, as well as large scale event companies. In each case, he brings the attention to detail and high standards fostered in his fine art training to a new scenario that benefits from his creativity.
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Through this work, Stephen has created set designs and magazine covers, among much else besides, that have been viewed world wide. His artworks reflect this interest in engaging with the wider world, and drawing from all different elements of popular culture. His use of the Pin Art technique, in combination with a pitch perfect selection of attention grabbing colours, always makes for an enjoyable viewing experience. Explore our stunning range of Stephen Graham art as signed limited editon prints.
Mixing the Familiar and the New
Stephen Graham's art benefits from an innate understanding of negative space, so that the iconic images he reimagines always pop out of the background, jumping forward to meet you. We have a number of his limited edition signed artworks that will give you a sense of what the Stephen Graham treatment looks like. Subtly bringing together the familiar and the uniquely new, Stephen reformulates the gaze in his depiction of mass culture, mass media, and mass consumer objects and images, so that they each take on a life of their own. Enticing to the eye and to the mind, the results serve as interesting comments on modern society as well as beautiful new aesthetic statements in their own right.