Stik Holding Hands - Yellow (Signed), (2020) Lithographic poster in colours on 140gsm wove. Note: this work is accompanied by the Hackney Today Newspaper. 50 x50cm Edition size unknown Signed by artist
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Stik is a British street artist best known for his iconic stick figures which, despite their apparent simplicity are full of symbolism and evoke powerful emotional responses.
He a very private and enigmatic individual who likes to keep a discreet personal profile, although he is open about his period of homelessness which was the catalyst for his first works. His pieces are now highly sought after by both galleries and private collectors.
Stik has also become celebrated for his large scale works in London and New York which can reach up to 125 feet high and are all hand painted.