Teach DDS

Teach DDS was born in London in 1976, he started doing graffiti at the age of 15. By the mid 1990’s he was one of the few kings of the London Underground with his infamous tag scattered across the city. He is a central figure of the infamous Diabolical Dubstars crew and has painted hundreds of trains in London and across Europe.

Teach DDS was born in London in 1976, he started doing graffiti at the age of 15. By the mid 1990’s he was one of the few kings of the London Underground with his infamous tag scattered across the city. He is a central figure of the infamous Diabolical Dubstars crew and has painted hundreds of trains in London and across Europe.

Studying product design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design between 1996 and 1999 he subsequently moved to Munich to train as a metal worker. In 2003 he graduated from the Royal College of Art in London.

The transgressive quality of his background in artistic vandalism still informs his practice today - using and altering found objects and subverting familiar narratives as well as his own biographical material. His work has influenced a whole generation of younger writers from his ethos on the culture to his hand style, throw-up’s, trains and consistency. His work as an independent designer ranges from ceramics to furniture to fashion and has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Museum of Art & Design, New York, the Israel Museum, Jerusalem and the Design Museum in London. Teach currently lives and works in London.

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Yeah of the Rat by TEACH DDS
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Yeah of the Rat £335

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42 x 59.4cm

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Yeah Pig Blue £135

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50 x 70cm

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Yeah Pig Red, 2018 by Teach DDS
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Yeah Pig Red, 2018 £135

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50 x 70cm

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