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Peter Mason

My name is Peter R. Mason and I studied Fine Art at Stafford College of Art. I am now known as the Post Pop Art Man as I create images with used postage stamps. I am inspired by the Pop Art movement and particularly admire the works of Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol. My portraits and images are created by recycling postage stamps into pixelated images to create portraits and designs both figurative and non-representational. Each stamp represents a pixel. I start by drawing the image on canvas dividing the surface into stamp sized rectangles, but I often use more than one stamp per single rectangle. Stamps are sorted by colour, design and postmark pattern, and then I begin the process of finding appropriate stamps before cutting and shaping them and finally gluing them to the canvas surface. I have work owned and commissioned by clients in America, Australia, France, and Portugal as well as in the UK.

7 open listings

Selling: Lichtenstein Meets Lara
Lichtenstein Meets Lara
Mixed media on canvas - Original
£2,500
92x122x5cm
Selling: Dali’s Left, the Doors’ Ajar
Dali’s Left, the Doors’ Ajar
Mixed media on canvas - Original
£2,000
92x92x5cm
Selling: Keep an Eye on the Time
Keep an Eye on the Time
Mixed media on canvas - Original
£2,000
92x92x5cm
Selling: Bratatat Triptych
Bratatat Triptych
Mixed media on canvas - Original
£5,250
290x122x5cm
Selling: Spiderman
Spiderman
Mixed media on canvas - Original
£2,000
92x92x5cm
Selling: Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman
Mixed media on canvas - Original
£2,000
92x92x5cm
Selling: Captain America
Captain America
Mixed media on canvas - Original
£2,000
92x92x5cm
I have exhibited at The Gallery 94 in London, Art Gallery in Tetbury, The Knapp Gallery, London, The Art Lounge and McDermott Galleries in Birmingham and several works are exhibited in Ripley’s Galleries both in the UK and the USA. The largest stamp image I have created, measuring 10ft by 16ft, using over 30,000 stamps hung in the Central Atrium within Whiteley’s Shopping Centre in Bayswater. This portrait of the Queen was to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee and was shown in the London Evening newspapers and local London T.V I have created portraits of celebrities from the world of entertainment, sport as well as members of the royal family, receiving letters of thanks from Buckingham Palace and St. James Palace. I have been fortunate to personally present portraits to Bruce Forsyth, Tom Baker, Sir Cliff Richard, Noel Edmunds and attended the House of Lords to present Lord Alan Sugar with his portrait.
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