Black Mirror

by Stephen Graham

DIMENSIONS: (framed) 13.5 x 17.75 ins / 34 x 45 cms


Graham’s sole use of black crystal to depict a skull in Black Mirror, 2017, is a unique twist on his reference to POP culture. An image that everyone is familiar with, the use of material elevates the skull’s status from morbid to playful. The precision required to create the illusion of the eye sockets and cheekbones is evident, and enhances the simplistic beauty of the composition.

Provenance: Direct from the artists studio

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Stephen’s pin artwork pushes the boundaries of exploration and experimentation with a play on light, shadow and form. Intrigued by negative space and how this translates into interesting compositions, he constructs precise three-dimensional works of art with his innovative “pin” technique.

Working with SWAROVSKI® CRYSTALS allows Stephen to play with an array of colour choice, lifting his selected subject matter. He has the ability to transform a hard edge pin and iconic image into something which takes on a life of its own as it gains a sense of light, body, depth and movement. The overall effect is intelligent, eye catching and radiant. Using Swarovski Crystals, Stephen is able to produce unique artworks by utilising different stones to create an inimitable look, feel and meaning. Even with the use of a template, no two pieces will ever look the same. Each has its own identity, character and energy.

Stephen Graham has a unique vision in creative direction with a focus on fashion, décor and lifestyle and has a notable eye for creating dynamic and inspirational set designs for magazine covers, editorials, theatre, television, film and events.
His imaginative and novel approach to creative design has translated itself into works that have featured on the covers of magazines, in various fashion and lifestyle spreads and viewed on television shows.

Originally from South Africa,Stephen was formally trained at the prestigious and world-renowned Central Saint Martins in London.With this strong foundation, he began his career in London before returning to South Africa and fulfilling the role of a theatre designer and conceptual creative director, and artist. Due to the uniqueness of his artwork, it has been widely exhibited and features in private collections around the world.Stephen’s philosophy has always been to instil his love for what he does in his work and invites others to share in this.