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Miss Bugs

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Art & Politics Dont Spin Well, 2009 Silk Screen and House Hold Paint 120 X 90cm © Miss Bugs
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The Wonderful Vote, 2008 Silk Screen on Wood Big © Miss Bugs
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Nothing New Just Development, 2009 Silk Screen and 5 Col Stencil on Wood 115cm X 90cm © Miss Bugs
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Cut Out and Fade Out, 2010 Silkscreen Big © Miss Bugs
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Cut Out and Fade Out - Last Day of Summer, 2010 Silkscreen Big © Miss Bugs
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Cut Out and Fade Out - Lost In London, 2010 Silkscreen Big © Miss Bugs
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Cut Out and Fade Out - Thank you Mr Eine, 2010 Silkscreen Big © Miss Bugs
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© Courtesy of the artist & Brooklynite Gallery
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Driving Miss Crazy, October 2012 Resin, Toy Cars, Silk Screen 140cm X 100cm © Miss Bugs / APART
Quick Facts
Birthplace
bristol
Birth year
1979
Lives in
london
Works in
london
Representing galleries
Brooklynite Gallery NYC - New Image Art Gallery LA
Tags
street art, urban art, contemporary art mixed-media, pop, modern, graffiti/street-art, figurative
Current Exhibitions and Events
Nov, 2016
britARTnia
OPERA GALLERY LONDON
Statement

Miss Bugs is a collaboration founded in the early part of 2007; consisting of two people - boy and girl - Miss & Bugs.

Preparing to keep a low profile not much is know about miss bugs

The only info find on Miss Bugs‘ website is a quote taken from Pablo Picasso

“If there is something to steal, I steal it!”

And in a way, that’s all the info we need. Miss Bugs’ work takes iconic imagery from pop culture and art history and reforms it using collage and other mix media methods. Often there work see the appropriating of Hirsts spin painting, Koons sculptures, Mondriaan’s grids along with referencing hundreds of other contemporary artist and street arts all recomposed in there colleges and silk screens to make new reconstructed iconic pieces. The work questions the vary nature of the art establishment. It makes us question the ownership of ideas, working methods, and the relationship and knock-on effect that artists have with one another… Early on this use of imagery fueled rumours that Miss Bugs was already an established well know artist kicking out at the mainstream, whilst we none the wiser who Miss Bugs are, what we do know is that whilst stealing from many; they defiantly left there calling card at the seen of the crime made by there own unique indelible mark!

With 2 sell out show they have exhibited in New York, LA and London, they continue to push bounders which has been covered by an international art press this can be seen no more so than in there recent new street project ‘Cut Out and Fade Out’ these poetically warp figures our some of the most exciting art to appear on the streets of London!