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The Dotmaster

"End of the line" (2019)

Edition of 66, 4 colour silk screen print on 375 GSM cotton rag paper

9 4/5 × 27 3/5 in

25 × 70 cm


Here is one hell of a rude kid!! “Rude Kids” is a series Dotmasters has been exploring for over five years. The characters depicted in the series are all under the age of 12, captured in a variety of “rude” postures—from flipping the bird to vandalizing walls.


The Dotmaster, a UK artist, started painting on the streets of Brighton in the early ’90s. He takes a sideways look at a populist media with a typically English sense of humour. His work is impeccably detailed – his half-tone work, stark black and white street pieces and unique, photo-real colour stencils all create street-based illusions that fool the eye.


Invited to take part in Banksy’s Waterloo ‘Cans Festival’ and featuring in the Oscar-nominated ‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’, The Dotmaster exhibits internationally.


A driving force behind the Nuart festival in Norway, he has collaborated with grass roots activists, luxury brands, Glastonbury festival, weirdos, developers and drop outs.


There is NO subculture ONLY subversion.


This print can be sold without the frame for £250.

Please contact us for shipping details as this is a very large and Heavy item

The Dotmaster "End of the line"

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