Artist Jamie Paul Scanlon Creates Stunning Street Art Inpired By Pop Characters And Horrror Movies – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Artist Jamie Paul Scanlon Creates Stunning Street Art Inpired By Pop Characters And Horrror Movies

Inspired by Banksy, Jamie Paul Scanlon (JPS) has developed his own style creating fun, whitty street art by involving pop culture characters like heroes and villains along with some frighteningly realistic horror movie characters.

Jamie Paul Scanlon breaks the boundary between life and art, bringing his works to public buildings and walls all over England and Norway. After losing more than ten years of his life to drug and alcohol addiction, he decided to turn his life around, focusing on refining his natural artistic talents.

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