Daniel Mernagh is a contemporary artist who has grown up in the inner city of London and dabbles in both graffiti and street art as well as having a passion for typography. Mernagh has both a BTEC in Electronic Media and also a degree in Graphic Design and now works in fields of illustration, art and design.
His striking works take inspiration from a range of contemporary urban subject matter including sex, drugs and rock n roll demonstrating a social commentary of the pop art of the Noughties. His works often take on celebrities and icons past and present but give them his bold, bright and unique style of working.
He has also worked on projects in collaboration with high profile companies such as Nike, Footlocker, British Telecom, HTC and Universal. In March 2015 He curated his first art show at Fabric Nightclub which covered 15 years of Fabric artwork and also had works by artists such as Goldie, Inkie, Carne Griffiths, Russell Marshall, Benjamin Murphy and more.