Ask any artist to describe their work and you’ll probably get a pompous, arrogant, douchey response about some fundamental theory of design with a one word name that was originally developed by some Parisian (because they can’t just call them French) during the Renaissance. Not Logan Hicks. Logan Hicks is a stencil artist from Brooklyn that looks like a bartender from your favorite dive and doesn’t have a problem just shooting the shit.



Even though his fantastic stencil pieces illustrate a feeling of loneliness amidst a landscape of stuff we’re pretty sure he’s going to be able to afford any amount of company after the Opera Gallery show in NYC because we would gladly give a paycheck (or two) to be able to hang one of his pieces in the living room.

[via Hypebeast]

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