The Haunting Urban Art of Logan Hicks

New York stencil artist Logan Hicks creates beautifully mundane and often haunting images of urban environments and the people that populate them. His current work consists mostly of hand-sprayed stencils, an evolution from his previous methods of screenprinting.

Logan illustrates his subjects in a very photorealistic approach, juxtaposing the gritty urban nature of spraypaint as depicting the natural decay of the metropolis against the dull glare of metallic paint that illustrates the muted glimmer of hopeful optimism that lies within. He has a very intimate relationship with his landscape and the people that thrive within it and the dynamics that are evoked by such and environment.

To find out more about Logan Hicks and see his portfolio, visit his website, Work Horse Visuals.

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