Artwork Feature

Mobstr ‘Game Over’

jessie alice

By  jessie alice
31st January 2016

Alongside the ‘big’ questions pondered by humanity, renegade artist Mobstr has introduced a new question: ‘Huh?’

This thought-provoking intervention has accompanied the artist in his journey across East London and beyond. Interrogating passers-by, with a seemingly empty query, upon billboards, walls, road-signs and even the heels of shoes.

New to Nelly Duff is ‘Game Over’ that poses the same question with a glow-in-the-dark print, achieved by a two colour phosphorescent screen print.


Mobstr ‘Game Over’'s Process

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Mobstr's 'Huh?' at night

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'Watch Yourself'

‘Game Over’ is inspired by a big-brother ‘Huh?’ that appeared on the streets of Hackney. The hand-cut stencil work morphed into the urban-scape during the day, only to surprise drivers-by with its glow-in-the-dark lettering when the sun came down.

Also new to Nelly is Mobstr’s ‘Watch Yourself’. This tongue-in-cheek artwork is a woodcut relief print, hand-printed by the artist, with a finishing touch of humility!

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'Game Over'