Pegasus is the name and signature of an anonymous North London street artist. Originally from Chicago, his stencilled pieces play with popular culture’s most recognizable icons, such as Marilyn Monroe, JFK and I love Lucy, and are sometimes ironic or controversial.
The artist has stated his influences include “the genius Andy Warhol”. He also admire other artists such as Robert Rauschenberg, Keith Haring, Mr. Brainwash, Daren West the Neon Artist, Horace Panter, Eelus and of course Banksy. Pegasus is featured in two books published in 2013. They are titled Happy Graffiti and Planet Banksy.
Pegasus’ Studio in North London
He has been commissioned by such people as Lindsay Lohan, Kim Khardashian and Simon Cowell into producing original pieces of art for them. Hollywood Royalty Johnny Depp attended his first show and purchased two original pieces of work. His most recent achievement saw him create art at the home of the King of Rock n Roll, Elvis Presley – Graceland in Memphis.
“I am delighted to collaborate with the Advanced Art Movement in relation to putting Pegasus’ original works into people investment portfolios. The art market and primarily the street art market continues to grow yearly and I know that Pegasus’ pieces are going to rocket in value over the coming few years. All potential and current investors are welcome to our studio anytime in North London to see works in progress and meet Pegasus himself. I hope for you to have a Pegasus original to hang on your wall to enjoy in the near future”
Pegasus’ Image on cover of Madonna book “Encyclopaedia Madonnica”