His work is full of subversive humour, at times giving a nod to Warhol with his use of repetition, replacing icons with wild animals such as zebra and bears. He riffs on Hirst, mocking his motifs of skulls and butterflies with added comedy glasses. Text also comes into play, raw and witty straight from the can.
His work is fun and provocative, at times a bit naughty and always clever. Dom alternates between strict stenciling and loose over painting giving the work an immediacy and fluidity.
Dom has a massive celebrity following and there will be a BBC documentary on him and more recently he has been commissioned by Ted Baker to decorate their flagship store in New York. Dom’s pieces are now in seriously high demand with those in the know seeing the future value in his work.
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