Dean Stockton, better known under his pseudonym D*Face, creates incisive, irreverent paintings, prints, sculptures, and murals that satirize popular culture. His targets range from mainstream consumerism to the American dream. Employing a Pop aesthetic, D*Face references cartoon characters such as Mickey Mouse and celebrities such as Kurt Cobain, draping instantly recognizable icons with signifiers of death, excess, and greed. The artist cites New York’s graffiti and skateboard cultures as formative influences, and his work can evoke the styles of Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol. D*Face has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Barcelona, Paris, Melbourne, Tokyo, and Taipei, and his public works can be found in many more cities. He has also produced a number of collaborations with brands including Haig Club, Triumph Motorcycles, Indian Motorcycle, Uniqlo, and Zippo.