Bonnie and Clyde

Bonnie and Clyde is a female contemporary artist and printmaker who creates visually arresting scenes of urban life. Working from her studio in Brighton, Bonnie and Clyde's art centres around the use of mixed media collages, and she uses photography, paint and print to bring to life her eccentric cityscapes. 

Bonnie and Clyde is a female contemporary artist and printmaker who creates visually arresting scenes of urban life. Working from her studio in Brighton, Bonnie and Clyde's art centres around the use of mixed media collages, and she uses photography, paint and print to bring to life her eccentric cityscapes. 

Bonnie and Clyde draws from her personal inspirations such as music, film and iconography, subtly incorporating these into her work to create a personal outlook on a public city space. After studying 3D design at Kingston University, Bonnie and Clyde established her own graphic design business in Manchester. However, it was in Brighton where the idea of fusing together her passion for photography and graphics was born, which later became the foundation of her distinctive aesthetic. Music, film, signage and iconography all inform Bonnie and Clyde’s artwork, whilst architecture, street photography, and the coast are central, recurring tropes. Bonnie and Clyde is sensitive to the relationship between the built environment and the natural landscape, and her artworks open out a space in which to explore human interaction in urban sites. Bonnie and Clyde has been exhibited regularly at galleries across the country. She has had solo shows at London galleries 45 Park Lane and Lawrence Alkin Gallery, and has participated in numerous joint shows, where her work has been exhibited amongst the work of Gavin Turk, Yoko Ono and Kim Gordon. We’ve been working with Bonnie and Clyde since 2009.

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29.2 x 42cm

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Bonnie and Clyde Facts

We love the way Bonnie and Clyde embraces the bizarre, combining multiple methods of artmaking to create a layered collage that reflects the dynamic scenes of her urban environments.

Bonnie and Clyde's real name is Steph Burnley.

Bonnie and Clyde explores the psychogeography of the metropolis.

The iconic topography of California features heavily in Bonnie and Clyde’s imagined scenes.

Bonnie and Clyde is inspired by Tracey Emin, David Hockney, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat and the New York ‘no wave’ scene.

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