British street artist Dom Pattinson, has recently been featured in Vanity Fair, has made the cover of London’s Time Out, among other numerous publications. Dom is collected by Hollywood celebrity, Royalty and International Ambassadors. His work has recently and completely sold out at his solo shows and Art Fairs in NY, Portugal, and in the UK.
Dom uses a mixed media approach to his works, using stencils, spray paint and a subliminal message. His prolific support of international charities (in the USA he worked with feeding and sheltering the homeless, and support of equal rights for all), is now currently working alongside the Railway Children’s Charity to promote the hardships that are being felt in the Ukraine.
Dom is currently being featured in a new British documentary.
Born in 1973, Dom followed his passion for art through his education gaining a BA Hons at the Winchester School of Art and an MA at the Glasgow School of Art. Training as an artist after leaving college he found himself working in the craft of boat building, where he showcased his craftsman skills on the set of Casino Royale.