About Nick Walker:

Nick Walker

Nick Walker is one of the world’s best-known street artists. Born in 1969, he emerged from the infamous and groundbreaking Bristol graffiti scene of the early 1980s. As a forerunner of the British graffiti phenomenon, Nick’s work has become a blueprint for hundreds of emerging artists, including Banksy. His work is constantly evolving and remains innovative, modern and thought-provoking.

Nick draws on the energy and imagery of graffiti, but he succeeds in combining the freedom the spray can brings with very controlled and intricate stenciling. The results are highly sophisticated and infinitely desirable. The methods he uses retain their forcefulness and integrity through the traditional medium of canvas.

Nick Walker’s instantly recognizable style and humor have gained him a worldwide following. In 2008, Nick had sell-out shows in LA and London, where collectors queued for over 24 hours to be among the first to get his latest print edition. In 2008, his iconic Moona Lisa sold over ten times its estimated value at auction at Bonhams.

Over the years, Nick’s work has been praised by the media and has attracted headlines worldwide, including the front page of The Independent arts magazine and The Observers round-up of the year’s biggest events of 2008. In 2012, Nick joined the roster of design partners at Royal Doulton and he presently continues to create unique pieces for them.

His work has also been embraced by the record, fashion and film industries. He was commissioned by Stanley Kubrick to recreate the heavily hit graffiti’d areas of New York for Eyes Wide Shut. More recently Nick’s infamous and recognizable ‘Vandal’ character – the artist who disguises himself as a quintessential English gentleman in order to get away with artistic vandalism, was featured in the Black Eyed Peas ‘I Gotta Feeling’ video.

Nick Walker’s work is featured in numerous prestigious public and private collections, including the Mugrabi family, and has recently been exhibited alongside Warhol, Murakami and Marden in the ‘With you I want to Live’ show at the Museum of Fort Lauderdale. Some of his upcoming projects include: an iconic art mural for Coachella – one of the most prestigious music festivals in the US, as well as solo shows in Paris in March, and one in Hong Kong in September. A collaboration show with Crash and Bio will be held this summer in NYC.

About Amber Arbucci:


What do the great fashion photographers of our time, Helmut Newton, Bruce Weber, Albert Watson, Sante D’Orazio, Walter Chin, Marco Glaviano, Steve Lyon and Christian Schuller, have in common with a 40-ton humpback on the coast of Tonga, a 20-foot Great White shark in the waters off Mexico, a charging elephant in Namibia or 5 Million Jellyfish?

They have all been subjects observed by the New Smyrna Beach, Florida born model-turned-photographer Amber Myles Arbucci.

“I feel that there are photo opportunities all around us that can afford a good photograph; however, I am not interested in taking a good picture. My goal, when taking a photograph, is to take MY AUDIENCE on A journey with me, and to make reality feel like fantasy”.

And what journeys they are. Deep oceans, thick jungles, wide savannahs, daunting mountains – and the wildlife that populates them – all speak to the soul of this dynamic young adventure photographer as she travels the world.

“Ever since I have been a child I have had wild dreams of being among the World’s most dangerous creatures in complete peace. I still have these dreams, only now I live them.”

“My goal from the beginning with each art piece is to pay tribute to place and time, however, I question how can I continue doing this when these majestic creatures are dying out so rapidly, and our earth is changing on a daily basis?

Life is the most precious gift that anyone has, so we must not live in it but live it.”