Born in 1982, Elliot Francis Stewart is the third youngest of nine children and grew up in the Eastern Auckland suburb of Pakuranga. He spent his childhood engrossed in comic books and creating elaborately rendered drawings of galleons and scenes of war.
In 1996 his family relocated to the inner city neighbourhood of Grey Lynn and he attended the now defunct Auckland Metropolitan College, an alternative school where he met other contemporaries like Elliot ‘Askew’ O’Donnell, Tanja ‘Misery’ McMillan and his tight-knit crew of friends who became known as the RFC (Rat Fink Club) crew.
Initially garnering a reputation for his often offbeat cartoon-based graffiti, Elliot became part of TMD (The Most Dedicated) in 2001 and quickly established himself as the foremost talent in character based work in aerosol.
Select artwork featured below was in The ONEFIFTY exhibition which was a group show in 2012 with Askew One and Gary Silipa. It was Elliot's return to exhibiting a significant body of work, having taken a five year hiatus.
Select the limited edition prints or piece of original artwork from Elliot Francis Stewart...