Dolk Lundgren, or simply Dolk (Norwegian for dagger/knife), is widely recognised as Norway's preeminent graffiti artist and has rapidly gained popularity since emerging on the scene. His subversive and witty stenciled art works can be seen across Europe and adorning walls in cities such as Berlin, Copenhagen, Barcelona, London and Prague.
Born in Bergen (Norway) in 1979, Dolk studied Graphic Design in his native Norway and Melbourne before discovering stencil art in 2003. Early in his career, it was speculated that Dolk was a pseudonym for famous Bristol-based stencil artist Banksy, who Dolk claims inspired him to make stencils. For some time, it was assumed, due to some stylistic similarities, that Dolk was an outlet for Banksy's less politically charged works.
Dolk 'Paintbrush Girl' 2008 ed250
Ideally suited for collection in the South East England due to the weight and size of the frame. Please note : There will be a charge for postage due to the size of this piece. Please be in contact prior to purchase.