Artwork information








29.5 cm x 24 cm



Proof(s) of authenticity

Sold with a certificate of authenticity.

State of conservation

Very good




Rhône-Alpes, France


Deluxe Edition stickers volume 2 - Space Invader - Deluxe Edition - Signed limited edition of 200 Kiss Cut stickers - Measures 29.5 cm X 24 cm Approx.
This set includes stickers by Shepard Fairey aka Obey Giant and D*Face Shepard Fairey.

Deluxe book and numbered sticker folio on the cover including the same 125 stickers. THIS VERSION INCLUDES STICKERS SIGNED BY: INVADER, Shepard Fairey, Swoon, Ron English, Skullphone, Tara McPherson, Kristen Liu-Wong, Steven Powers, DB.

STICKERS 2 illustrates the timeline of the hobby, from counterculture to politics, its 2019 chapters include - Music: Punk Rock to Electronic Music, Skateboarding, Streetwear, Graffiti, Fine Art, Political Activism, but Volume 2 goes even further than its predecessor, with chapters on the origins of Surf culture and the world of BMX cycling.

STICKERS 2 is extravagantly illustrated with over 3,000 sticker images, organized by category and theme. The book includes work by artists as diverse as Tom Sachs, Jenny Holzer, BANKSY, Neckface, Marilyn Minter, ESPO, and Barry McGee, as well as amateurs who anonymously "tag" the streets. With texts by authors from many famous backgrounds - including Jeffery Deitch, INVADER, C.R. Stecyk, Mark Mothersbaugh, Paul Gorman and Stikman, to name a few.

Stickers 2 reveals not only the cutting edge of sticker art, but also the personal relationships that street artists and pedestrians share with the medium. This special deluxe edition of the book comes in a beautiful clamshell box and the hardcover book features a glossy dot print on the cover. This edition also includes a sticker folio containing 125 stickers that can be used as detachable sheets or individual cutouts. The stickers featured are from a truly amazing group of artists. The list includes: Jenny Holzer, Barry McGee, INVADER, Marylin Minter, Erik Parker, SWOON, FUTURA, Robert Lazzarini, Kenzo Minami, Kostas Seremetis, Kristen Liu-Wong, Anthony Lister, Ron English, Ryan McGuinnes, BAST, D*Face, Shepard Fairey, FAILE, Skullphone, Tara McPherson, Peter Schuyff, Swoon, James Hyde and more.

The artist



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Born in 1969


Invader is the pseudonym of a French artist born in 1969 in Paris, France. His real identity remains anonymous, adding an aura of mystery to his work. He is best known for his urban art practice, particularly for his pixelated mosaics inspired by retro video games.

From a young age, Invader developed an interest in art, influenced by pop culture and the emerging video games of the 1980s. He began experimenting with various artistic forms, ranging from graffiti to installations, while exploring the aesthetic potential of mosaics.

His distinctive style emerged in the early 1990s when he started creating pixelated mosaics depicting characters from classic video games such as Space Invaders, from which he derives his pseudonym. These works are often discreetly placed in public locations, transforming urban spaces into impromptu art galleries.

Invader's approach is deeply rooted in street art culture but also transcends the boundaries of the movement. His mosaics can be found in cities around the world, earning him international renown. He often employs a systematic approach to install his works, creating a global network of what he calls "Invasions."

In addition to his installations in public spaces, Invader has also exhibited in renowned art galleries worldwide. His solo exhibitions have attracted a diverse audience, ranging from traditional art enthusiasts to geek culture aficionados. His works have been auctioned for considerable sums, reflecting the growing appreciation for his work in the contemporary art market.

Beyond his mosaics, Invader has explored other media, including sculpture, video, and electronic music. However, he remains true to his roots in street art, continuing to create urban interventions that challenge artistic conventions and engage the public.

Invader's approach raises questions about the nature of art, the ownership of public space, and the boundaries between ephemeral and enduring art. His work has inspired numerous urban artists and has helped popularize the street art movement on a global scale.

With his iconic pixelated mosaics, Invader continues to push the boundaries of urban art, while maintaining a mystery that fuels fascination with his work. His impact on the contemporary art scene is undeniable, and his influence is felt far beyond the streets where his creations are scattered.

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