CORRECTION: The artist who created this sticker was misidentified in our original post below. The work featured in the image above is a “Lobster Roll” sticker by “Twerps!” We apologize to the artist and our readers for the error. (Props to Mikhail in NYC for setting us straight.)
Here’s the wider, contextual shot of a recent Neckface sticker in Soho, NYC.
The work of Neckface is among the most familiar array of street-art images in lower Manhattan and Brooklyn, New York City. Neckface works in several mediums and is known for stickers and wall pieces featuring creepy characters who have little if any neck (hence the apt name “Neckface”). Neckface also often simply scrawls his name in large child-like lettering on the sides of buildings and other urban surfaces. But it is for his stickers that he is probably best known. These can be found in many major cities, including NYC, San Francisco and Tokyo. The Brooklyn-based artist is originally from California. He has exhibited his work in galleries throughout the world and has had his art (and himself) featured in magazines and newspapers.
Gear: Nikon Coolpix 3600 Digital Camera
Ivan Corsa Photo