About Artist: Nick Walker (born 1969) is an established graffiti artist originating from Bristol, England. He is credited with introducing stencil graffiti to Bristol in the early 1980s, hence being a big influence on Banksy.Walker was invited by film director Stanley Kubrick to recreate the graffiti'd streets of New York for his 1999 film, Eyes Wide Shut.His paintings often feature a bowler-hatted gentleman 'vandal', which featured in a video by The Black Eyed Peas.Walker's paintings now sell for large sums of money - in 2006 a spray painted work titled "Moona Lisa" sold for an unexpected £54,000 at Bonhams in London.At a solo exhibition at London's Black Rat Gallery in 2008, £750,000 worth of art was sold, with dozens of people camping outside the gallery overnight.Walker was a main participant in the 2011 See No Evil event in Bristol, where he painted "perhaps the most striking piece at the event",one of his bowler-hatted gentleman on the side of a tower block in Nelson Street.
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