SARAH’s FURNITURE and more by Canadian graffiti artist Dudeman

Sarah is a little girl whose parents decided to give her a beautiful new room, so they commissioned the Toronto-based graffiti artist Dudeman to do his “magic” on her bedroom furniture. You can see the amazing and refreshing transformation he achieved in this utterly uplifting and playful set of 3 Chests of Drawers/Dressers/Commodes which he calls SARAH’s FURNITURE

Apart from that, and as far as furniture are concerned, he has also worked on an Armoire/Cupboard/Cabinet/Buffet commissioned by designer/stylist Malcolm Patterson for a photo shoot presented in the March 2012 issue of the Chatelaine Magazine (see relevant video here) …

… on a recently finished Nightstand/Bedside Table (see brief videos of the “before” and “after”) …

… and, finally, on this deliciously pink Chest of Drawers/Dresser/Commode

But this is only a small fraction of Dudeman’s work.  Nicholas Sinclair (his real name) has studied at the Ontario College of Art & Design (OCAD University) and, ever since, he has produced many beautiful pieces of art (indoor/outdoor graffiti/murals, canvas paintings, graffiti on skateboards and more …) for the likes of Holt Renfrew, Chanel, Hermès, Nike, Microsoft, Chatelaine Magazine, Starbucks, Rogers, HGTV, Rouge Media, Publicis, Mamone and Partners, Style at Home Magazine, Bayview Village, Eckler Ltd. He has also done a lot of work for private customers, while his graffiti decorates walls in cities around the world such as Berlin, Los Angeles, Costa Rica andToronto.

In the following video you can see a collection of Dudeman’s representative work (courtesy & copyright: Dudeman, Dudemanart, Nicholas Sinclair):

Dudeman recently (March 2013) presented his first solo exhibition under the title ”Colour Therapy” in his hometown Toronto/Canada (“Spazio dell’ Arte” Gallery).

We plan to bring you some more of his fabulous art in the future, so stay tuned !


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