0rrible is a stencil artist based in the rolling hills of Devon far away from London, Los Angeles, or Amsterdam where you may find his street art.
A stalwart of the East London paste-up scene his Pandas, Rats, Owls, and Wolves have gained a huge following prompting art collectors worldwide to snap up original and limited edition screen-printed works.
His latest pandemic inspired "Eau De Virus" piece is an ingenious reinterpretation of Chanel's iconic No 19 - Eau de Parfum. This has appeared around the streets of Shoreditch / East London, adorning doors and walls causing street art enthusiasts, bloggers, tourists, critics, and archivists to all flock to take photos. Drawing on odorous themes of luxury consumerism and economic inequality, stencil art like this in London's gentrified Shoreditch alludes to another potentially more harmful virus -- capitalism.
His use of fluoro and high impact colors are inspired by pasted up drum and bass rave posters of the late 90s into the 2000s.
0rrible is held in high regard with his peers have shown and sold work in galleries, and charity auctions alongside the likes of Banksy, Damian Hirst, Andy Warhol, Ben Eine, Inkie, Blek le Rat, and Conner brothers.
"I love the freedom street art gives - love it or hate it, it makes you stop and think for a bit! You can't help but look, you're forced to take notice"
His works are all hand cut, spray-painted stencils, stickers, and screenprints mostly based on his fascination with the animal kingdom.
His first-ever screen print release ‘ I SEE YOU ‘ was showcased with Jealous of London at The Moniker Art Fair in 2016 in the Old Truman brewery / Shoreditch London.
0rribles street art has recently featured in various hard-hitting documentaries on Channel 4.
He has also had work appear in the book ' East Ended ' by award-winning street photographer Dougie Wallace.