Unify is a "guerrilla" street artist known for controversial, and often politically themed, stencilled pieces and continues to engage society with a uniquely delivered stencilled street art. Unify: To unite, come together as one.
Unify keeps a low profile and is best known for the ‘One Love’ pieces depicting boys and girls who have painted ‘One Love’ or a Heart Shaped CND symbol on walls around the World.
Unify began a career as a graffiti artist in London spray painting in Brixton, Bricklane and Shoreditch’s art district. Although most of Unify’s work is predominantly stencil based you can also find that Unify uses many medias, paste-up posters and images, butterflies cut out of Coke-a Cola cans and some freehand work. Unify’s work became more widely recognised around London as a signature style developed with sharp, witty often poignant images.
Unify's artwork is characterised by striking images, often combined with slogans. With work that often engages political/society themes, satirically critiquing war, capitalism, hypocrisy, religion and greed. In addition to the stencilled street art Unify is known for installation artwork on park bench signs that depict slogans, sayings and phrases.
Unify has been painting walls all around the World and in the UK. Unify created the Golden Ticket Exhibition at Manning Amusements in Felixstowe. Unique pieces such as a girl ‘Phone Home’ in a phone box, Ronald McDonald offering ‘Clowns Classes for Sale’ and several others created especially for the open market area. Unify also has pieces in Spain and most recently right across Central America in Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica with Un Amor (One Love) boy.
In 2017 with the UK entering Brexit Unify created CND Britannia on Leake Street and pasted ‘Change’ posters depicting a Monkey Politician in a suit in the ‘We Want You’ pose wanting change and peace without war. Unify is a political activist/street artist tackling some very tough social media issues and challenges that we face at present.