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About The Postman ArtThe Brighton-based art collective The Postman Art was born from the city’s vibrant street art scene. Drawing on their roots in design and graffiti, the duo began collaborating as The Postman Art in 2018. Using street art techniques like spray painting and stencils, as well as collage and digital media, they quickly amassed a following through word-of-mouth and social media. Their vivid pop-art
BACKGROUND INFORMATIONThe Brighton-based art collective The Postman Art was born from the city’s vibrant street art scene. Drawing on their roots in design and graffiti, the duo began collaborating as The Postman Art in 2018. Using street art techniques like spray painting and stencils, as well as collage and digital media, they quickly amassed a following through word-of-mouth and social media. Their vivid pop-art murals have since appeared in cities all over the world.
The masked duo choose to remain anonymous, allowing their art to speak for itself. They consider their works additions to the ever-changing “urban canvas”. In just 5 years, their art has gained the attention of legendary photographers David LaChapelle and David Hogan and resulted in artistic collaborations with Noel Gallagher and the Marley family.
These cut-outs feature some of the Postman’s most iconic and recognizable murals, reinterpreted as stamp-shaped wall art.
Central to their vision is the power of art as a collective experience and social good, for all to enjoy. The collective remain firmly committed to their local roots and charitable ideals. In 2022, they collaborated with local artists to raise funds for a Brighton homeless food delivery service, while their 2021 mural series Guardians of York paid homage to local healthcare, charity and frontline workers who kept the city running during the COVID-19 pandemic.
VITAFounded in Brighton, England in 2018, The Postman Art are an anonymous street-artist collective. Their pop-art inspired murals have now appeared in cities all over the country and quickly become celebrated features of the British urban landscape. In less than 5 years, their works have achieved a significant underground following, leading to collaborations with David LaChapelle, Noel Gallagher and the Marley family, among others.
2023 Bob Marley Experience, Ovation Hollywood, Los Angeles 2023 Rockstar Mural at Guitar Amp and Keyboard 2022 Take A Butchers Gallery - Solo Show - Duesseldorf 2022 Aubrey Beardsley - A Brighton Boy - Brighton and Hove Museum 2022 Leave No Trace Campaign, Brighton 2022 Sussex Homeless Charity - Soup Kitchen Installation with Levellers 2022 Bob Marley Experience, Saatchi Gallery, London 2022 Murals at Brighton and Hove Albion FC 2021 Full Bar Installation - Block Bar, Brighton 2021 Guardians of York Streetart Project, York 2020 Prescription Art Gallery, Brighton 2020 Charity Campaign, NACOA 2020 LGBTQ+ Visibility - Streetart Project - Brighton and Hove Council 2019 Kultur Spaeti, Berlin 2019 Nelson Mandela Day Mural - Johannesburg 2019 British Heroes - Boxpark Shoreditch, London 2019 Activists Mural at Shangri-La, Glastonbury Festival 2019 Murals at the Albion Rooms, Margate (for The Libertines) 2019 David Bowie Room - Hotel Pelirocco, Brighton 2019 Brighton Pride Mural