Neckface’s most famous public art piece to date utilizes the sign on an abandoned storefront of the store “My Old Lady” in Chelsea NYC. He has painted under that “…Loves Neckface”.
He attended the School of Visual Arts in New York City, and was based in Brooklyn, New York City for many years.
In 2005 he relocated his studio to California, and now can be found between California, New York, Australia, and Spain.
Neck Face gained a name for himself with stickering and stenciling all around his hood and soon it started spreading.
In New York, he was approached to do an interview that was published in The New Yorker, but his identity was never revealed.
Neck Face was featured on the cover of Thrasher Magazine’s July 2005 issue where they published an interview in the issue featuring his artwork as well as photos of Neck Face skateboarding.
Kevin “Spanky” Long from Baker skateboards released a pro-model board that featured Neck Face artwork.
A piece by Neck Face can briefly be seen in the film Spider-Man 2 just after Peter Parker falls into an alley while attempting to swing between buildings.
A brief showing also appeared in Jay-Z’s 99 problems music video.
Apparently Nike had offered Neckface a sneaker deal, but he decided to do some work for Vans instead.
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