Clever And Funny Street Art by Dutch Artist Frankey

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” Picasso once claimed. For Frankey this problem simply does not exist. Drawing inspiration from both childhood memories and a fascination with present-day life and culture, his work takes many forms yet is always recognisable through its playful creativity and light touch of mischief. Frankey currently lives and works in Amsterdam, with his work having been displayed in various exhibitions and solo shows in the Netherlands, Italy, Germany and US. Scroll down to see the best examples!

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