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The Art of David Soukup

Teeming with elements of fashion, music and architecture, David Soukup's stencils have a decidedly urban aesthetic. Myriad details fill each composition, evoking the hustle and bustle of city life. Mostly executed with spray paint over wood, the works range from photorealistic panoramas to graphic design-oriented pieces. Soukup plays with proportion, bringing speakers, buildings and human faces to the same scale. The precision of his meticulously cut stencils does not fail to impress. Soukup's 'In the Moment' is now on view at Phone Booth Gallery in Long Beach, check out more of his recent works below. — Nastia Voynovskaya

Teeming with elements of fashion, music and architecture, David Soukup‘s stencils have a decidedly urban aesthetic. Myriad details fill each composition, evoking the hustle and bustle of city life. Mostly executed with spray paint over wood, the works range from photorealistic panoramas to graphic design-oriented pieces. Soukup plays with proportion, bringing speakers, buildings and human faces to the same scale. The precision of his meticulously cut stencils does not fail to impress. Soukup’s ‘In the Moment’ is now on view at Phone Booth Gallery in Long Beach, check out more of his recent works below. — Nastia Voynovskaya

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