MsDre is a Brighton-based street artist, illustrator and all-round creative genius!
Her work reflects her great loves of the past, and is inspired by Greek myths, the 1920s, architecture, mid-century design and kitsch, pin-up girls, and all manner of vintage wonders.
Coming from a cultural diverse background, with Jamaican, Indian, African and English heritage, she naturally includes these visual influences in her works, whether this is the hummingbirds from home village in Jamaica, or the graffiti boys she hung out with as a teenager in North London.
Her works use a mix of different media: often using stencils and print as a starting point, augmented with pen and ink, acrylic paints and markers, collage, and lashings of spray paint.
Whilst works may use the same stencil (and have the same title) all her works are one-off, unique pieces, presented in wildly colourful variants, often using fluoro and metallic paints.
For this 9th Conclave Group Show, she presents works from various series – see the variations of each within the galleries below.
Burlesque Boudoir Babe series:
FU Kitty series:
Space Fawn series:
Bunny Boiler series:
Toy Horse series:
Street Observations (mini-A5) series:
Interested in buying one of these works and have a question? Email us with any queries, or call us on 01273 729729 (during opening hours).