Tearing Up, Sticking Down, Peeling Back: An Interview with D*Face

Last week we previewed the triumphant return to Los Angeles by London-bassed street icon, D*Face. The artist has had a lasting impact in LA for years, with murals and exhibitions on his CV and the city embraces his pop meets urban art aesthetic. Painting Over the Cracks, on view at Corey Helford Gallery, gave us a chance to speak to the artist again about his process and craft, how the pandemic helped reinvigorate his practice and why LA is special to him. 

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