STIK, our Patron
STIK, Patron of the Arts: In 2014 STIK created 'Big Mother' with us, the tallest public art in the UK in Acton. Since then STIK has supported ARTification and the work the Charity undertakes, particularly with disadvantaged communities.
STIK is a minimalist, figurative painter and sculptor who focuses exclusively on the human body in line form. STIK’s has created some of the largest public artworks in London, New York and Tokyo and his 12 ft (4m) bronze sculpture ‘Holding Hands’ is installed permanently in London’s Hoxton Square. As an activist STIK works with the N.H.S., British Nuclear Test Veterans and many grass-roots activist groups. He has collaborated with BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, PRIDE In London and London’s Southbank Centre. STIK co-founded ‘Dulwich Outdoor Gallery’ and founded and funds ‘My Mural’ and ‘Hackney Sculpture Project’ which commission young and emerging artists to create public artworks.