David Spiller (born 1942) is a prolific artist who grew up during the establishment of post-war English Pop culture.
Since an early age he demonstrated interest for drawing, inspired by the cinema characters he liked most - Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck - and at the age of 16 he started a graphics course at Sidcup Art School. By the time he attended the Slade Art School in London during the 1960s, he witnessed the raise of British Pop Art, so he was naturally influenced by the art of its pioneers. However, being younger than most Pop artists Spiller developed a different approach and offered another comment on the new mass-market urban culture.
Limited edition of 75 mixed media prints.
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