Denial
Logo (Polo Ralph Lauren)

Original —

$4,000.00 CAD

Aerosol on Framed Birch Canvas by Denial. Individual layers spray painted on wood. Additional shipping costs may apply.

  • 72" x 49"
  • Signed by artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity
  • Unique
  • Sold unframed
  • Stencil art
  • Spray paint on laser-cut wood
  • Additional shipping costs will apply; the gallery will email you a shipping invoice after purchase.

We ship worldwide with Fedex, DHL Express, Purolator as well as several door-to-door art handling companies (limited to certain cities). Shipping charges vary depending on product size and weight. Many original and glass framed works must be shipped in wood crates, the gallery will contact you upon purchase to send you a shipping invoice. All other works such as prints and small originals are carefully packaged in tubes and boxes. All orders are shipped 48 hours after purchase, Monday to Friday during opening hours. Unframed prints ship for free in North America. Some exceptions apply. Custom and duty fees are applied to shipments at the discretion of each receiving country. These charges are beyond our control and are the responsibility of the consignee. All sales are final. Contact us if you have specific shipping questions.

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Biography

Daniel Joseph Bombardier (Born September 27 1976) is a Canadian pop/mural artist whose aerosol and stencil artworks critique contemporary politics, capitalism, consumerism and the human condition under the artist’s pseudonym and alter ego DENIAL. His artistic career began in 1999 during his involvement in the graffiti and street art movement.

DENIAL’ studio is based in the border city of Windsor, Ontario, Canada next to Detroit, Michigan and spends much of the year travelling, painting murals, and exhibiting throughout North America and internationally. DENIAL is very active in painting large scale murals and street art which often depict bold, bright, subversive pop inspired imagery intended to stun the viewer into contemplating the deeper meaning of its content and meaning.
In 1999, Daniel adopted the moniker ‘DENIAL’ as a means of poking fun at advertising, politics and media messages that contemporary society is often ‘in denial’ about. Intended as a conceptual means of marketing absurdism, DENIAL also challenges traditional notions of graffiti and public art through his dynamic and often satirical visual subversions. A self-described subversive punk-pop artist, DENIAL’ works challenge the comfortably numb consumer masses by holding up a mirror up to the viewer using comedic artistic expression, wit and provoking imagery in a unique, unforgettable aesthetic.