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> MODE 2

Works | bio  
Untitled I

Untitled II

Untitled III

Untitled IV

 

 

  Artist:
Mode 2
  Title:
Untitled 1
  Year:
2004
  Medium:
Pastel on paper
  Size:
45 x 94 cm
  Edition
Original
  Markings:
signed
  Price
£5000
   
   
Available

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Artist: Mode 2
  Title: Untitled II
  Year: 2004
  Medium: pastel on paper
  Size: 45 x 94 cm
  Edition Original
  Price £5000
     
    Available

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Artist: Mode 2
  Title: Mode 2
  Year: Untitled III
  Medium: 2004
  Size: pastel on paper
  Edition 45 x 94 cm
  Markings: Original
  Price £5000
     
    Available

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Artist: Mode 2
  Title: Mode 2
  Year: Untitled IV
  Medium: 2004
  Size: pastel on paper
  Edition 45 x 94 cm
  Markings: Original
  Price £5000
     
    Available

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bio

Mode2
Mode 2 is considered to be one of the forerunners of the British graffiti and street art movement. He started dabbling in graffiti in the 80s when street art was still an underground word of mouth movement. Working alongside some of the integral founders of Central London’s hip-hop scene manifesting itself in Covent Garden, Mode2 joined graffiti group The Chrome Angelz. He was of the first British graffiti writers to bring street art to the masses and make a real impact on public consciousness.
Mode 2’s work is free of pretension and the want of approval, instead speaking out honestly about personal issues, ranging from love, lust, pregnancy and relationships to hip-hop culture and the environment. Whether his work is making a political statement or expressing his views on religion, all Mode 2s work is supported by his idiosyncratic style and draughtsmanship.  

 

 

 

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