Now Available: The Death Head: ‘Duck Tank’


We recently brought Texas street artist The Death Head into the studio following the closing of ‘Call It Street Art, Call It Fine Art’:  An exhibition at the Station Museum of Contemporary Art.  The show brought together twenty-one graffiti and mural artists recognized for their work in public spaces across the city of Houston, TX.  Lady Lazarus worked with The Death Head to create a 6-color silkscreen from his gallery aerosol piece titled ‘Duck Tank’.  The resulting print is sized at 24×30” on heavy Cranes Lettra 110# cotton rag fine art paper from a signed, numbered, & embossed edition of 20.

**Now available in our WEB STORE**


Texas based and self-taught artist, The Death Head grew up in Mexico and found inspiration for his artwork in the Day of the Dead traditions, also embracing the punk rock movement’s attitude. He expresses these interests in his art, by mythologizing his environment while interpreting the brutal, primal, and animalistic side of the human form. He refers to his style as modern symbolism::

Recently The Death Head’s artwork has appeared as part of The Station Museum of Contemporary Art Houston TX, The MF Gallery in both New York, and Genova, Italy, Coagula Curatorial Gallery Own/Curated by LA’s art critic Mat Gleanson, is the winner of the 2013 Scariest Sticker contest, one of three winners of the 2013 MTN the Original art contest, is currently a part of the Sneaker Pimps Tour, has made collaboration with Famous stars & straps an American clothing line created by Travis Barker, Los Angeles based apparel brand The Hundreds, Los Angeles based clothing apparel brand The Wild Ones, San Francisco gallery blog store Upper Playground, Belgian clothing brand Girls From OMSK, Medan, Indonesian clothing brand Ammunition, American Art Legend and comic book author Mark Bode, American Artis and toy designer MCA creator of Evil Design, American printing sticker company of premium custom die-cut stickers Rockin’ Stickers, and American sister company to Baker Skateboards Deathwish Skateboards.



Posted on: January 13th, 2014 •

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