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Michael De Feo: Flowers

Michael De Feo

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Abrams
09 April 2019
Art & design styles: from c 1960; Graffiti & street art; Individual artists, art monographs
As an art student in 1993, Michael De Feo drew a simple bloom that became a familiar and welcome presence in New York after he spent countless nights pasting hundreds of versions of it all over the city's building walls. Twenty-five years later, these flowers have been sighted in more than 60 international cities. His street works took a new direction in 2015 when a guerrilla art collective provided him access to the cases that protect bus-shelter ads, enabling him to launch a beautiful campaign of his blossoms on top of fashion ads. His art has taken many forms, including a substantial body of studio work inspired by Dutch 17th-century paintings and another series which married floral themes with Pre-Raphaelite and Victorian portraiture. De Feo's colorful and lively book reproduces more than 200 of his flower-inspired images and features commentary from a diverse group of people who have supported his often-clandestine work.
By:   Michael De Feo
Imprint:   Abrams
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 279mm,  Width: 229mm,  Spine: 23mm
Weight:   1.280kg
ISBN:   9781419730740
ISBN 10:   1419730746
Pages:   192
Publication Date:   09 April 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Artist Michael de Feo's work has appeared in numerous museums and galleries throughout the world. He has been profiled in the New York Times, Vogue, and New York magazine, and he has undertaken collaborations with Neiman Marcus, Christian Louboutin, MILLY, J. Crew, Friends of the High Line, and the Children's Museum of the Arts. He lives in Manhattan.

Reviews for Michael De Feo: Flowers

Known as the flower guy cult artist Michael De Feo's clandestine drawings of blooms pasted over New York buildings in the 1990s led to fashion collaborations with Christian Louboutin, J Crew and Neiman Marcus. His accessible, whimsical works highlight that often the simplest ideas are the most commercial. -- The Gloss


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