Described as Caravaggio meets Manga and Bacon in Disneyland, Antony Micallef’s beautiful yet disturbing images are inspired by the works of Old Masters, graffiti, fashion magazines and Japanese cartoons. Micallef has had solo shows in London, Milan and Bulgaria and has exhibited alongside Tracey Emin, Marc Quinn, Jamie Reid and Banksy. He was commissioned to design limited edition trainers and apparel for Puma and painted a Trabant car when representing the UK in an international exhibition in Hungary. Micallef won second prize in the BP/Amoco Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery, 2000. His work is collected by Jude Law, Michael Stipe of REM and Amanda de Cadenet.
No One Understands Me (2005)Lithograph, edition of 95
Signed by the artist
56cm x 43cm