If you’be been wondering what Roy Lichtenstein would be like if he was creating with a street-flare and darker set of mortal queues, look no further than D*Face and his latest exhibition.

The British street artist opened up his largest solo show to date this past Saturday at the PMM Arts Project in West Hollywood. Entitled “Scars & Stripes,” the exhibition showcases some of his more humorous, yet dark pieces. On display are 30+ of his latest paintings. What is omnipresent throughout the exhibition is the notion of death. Everyone in D*Face’s bright paintings has a face of death, whether they have scars on their faces or if they are kissing someone who announces death, there is always something that resembles death behind the glossy images of pop culture. The “Scars & Stripes” exhibition will run until October 12, so make sure to check it out if you’re in the area.

PMM Arts Project | 315 S. Robertson Blvd. West Hollywood, California

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