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Sr. X is a Spanish Street Artist based in London. His work on the streets is mainly done mixing stencils with brushes and more traditional techniques, some of his inspirational themes are pop culture, films, publicity and urban legends, which he normally gives expression to through stencils, paste-ups or installations. His creations are often wrapped in a distinct tone of irony and social criticism, frequently shrouded by a veil of sharp humour. In addition to his work on the streets, he likes to experiment with mixing Street Art techniques and more traditional elements such as acrylics and oil on wood panels in his studio, bringing his canvas creations one step forward with a more polished and elaborated process.

Sr. X sets to subvert social convention and traditional ideals with those all so humorous and at times dark twists that very much exemplify Sr. X’s sense of sharp wit and fun, criticising the over-abundance of pop culture and the values it sets to install on society from above. All presented in vintage-style imagery taken from 1950’s advertisements, Sr. X’s work takes a look at the vanity within society and offers a sarcastic take on the way in which commodity culture is ingrained within the popular sphere and how this can for many define ones’ self-worth. But it isn’t all just social commentary and critique that makes Sr. X’s output so unique, it is also that his message is so often infused with a surreal and anarchic twist on old-fashioned values that it makes it rather fun. 


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