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361

4801 Bolm Rd

The Death Head and Matthew Bonifacio Rodriguez

Multidisciplinary
Death Mouse
Death Mouse

2018, Serigraph on Cranes archival cotton rag, 30 x 24 in.

$200

NFS

2018, Serigraph on Cranes archival cotton rag, 30 x 24 in.
Death Mouse

2018, Serigraph on Cranes archival cotton rag, 30 x 24 in.

$ 200.00 USD

NFS

Death Head T-shirt
Death Head T-shirt

2017, T-shirt, 12 x 15 in.

$30

Available in-studio and in online shop

DeathDumbo
DeathDumbo

2018, Serigraph on archival cotton rag, 30 x 24 in.

$200

Available in-studio and in online shop

Death Mouse
Death Mouse

2018, Serigraph on Cranes archival cotton rag, 30 x 24 in.

$200

Available in-studio and in online shop

Baphomet
Baphomet

2020, Acrylic paint on wood, 62 x 48 x 1 in.

$800

Available in-studio and in online shop

The Big Bad Wolf
The Big Bad Wolf

2015, Digital illustration, 11 x 17 in.

0

Available in-studio and in online shop

Your Religion
Your Religion

2020, Acrylic paint on wood, 38 x 12 x 51 in.

$1,000

Available in-studio and in online shop

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The Death Head and Matthew Bonifacio Rodriguez

About the Artist

Self-taught artist. It was at age 16 when he took his first art class at United High School in Laredo, TX Wining all kinds of awards like best in state for graphic design in The Vocational Industrial Clubs of America. Years after he attended the AI of Houston and LCC were in both occasions he dropped out just to find his unique art style, that he developed and created throughout the years; best known under his name “The Death Head”. In 2007, He started to use the power of social network by showing his art, allowing him to be reached and contacted to create collaborations with Upper Play Ground, Girls From OMSK, Deathwish and Famous Stars and Straps. At that time he was also was living his mark in the cities of Houston and Austin, TX by dropping art in the streets of this cities were immediately he got the attention of local, international art blogs and magazines like Graffiti All Stars, Blink 182’s blog, La Spirale, letting him to integrate in the local Houston Art seen and giving him the opportunity to participate in art shows like Platano Rock in Spain, MF Gallery NY / Italy, Coagula Curatorial, LA.

Artist Statement

As an Artist I’m trying to recreate images that have no logic. These images are full of mystery and sometimes impossible to understand. Their actions are playful and satirical. They ridicule and confuse the viewer. They are a parody of human rules and explain to the viewer that nothing should be taking seriously.They explain, that we are no longer in the physical world. My subjects and protagonists are experiencing a grotesque metamorphosis and are shape shifting. Their faces are transforming into animal skulls and are often showing animal characteristics as well. This begins live in constant duality, were they live and die, they are human and animal, nature and void, light and matter.

www.thedeathhead.com
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