Friday, 6 June 2008

The new Dutch master - Delta

There are some truly brilliant things in Amsterdam, the "Venustempel" as they so perfectly describe it "A leading museum on the theme of sensual love ". It is also home to a road of wonders, a road that fullfils the wildest of dreams to all manor of balding 40 somethings.

But most importantly it is where Delta, a quickly rising star in this new fanged street art movement, beavers away in his studio. Unlike most of these rising stars his work doesn't look anything like Banksy's, and we think thats brilliant. His work is challenging, beautiful and fresh. His work pushes the boundaries of what most graffiti artists can do with a simple tag or line of type, he flirts with the line between the word and the image

Luckily for us our favorite London Gallery are currently showing a collection of some of his greats. If we had a few more pounds in our pocket we would love to get our hands on some of his more gritty work. Pop along to Elms Lesters and have a look for yourself.

You can see more of Delta's work on his site
Also Format Magazine host an insightful interview with the man behind the rubbish name.


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