Art by Vlad Quigley. Each hand signed giclee piece is 1 of 1 (can never be reproduced the same twice) on heavy glossy card. This art is available for sale & for art exhibitions. Please contact @VladQuigley
Disabled artist Vlad Quigley, who did art installations in Brick Lane, art for Babyshambles & raised awareness of Native American womens’ civil rights for a decade, is bedridden with M.E. He hasn’t exhibited in London in 5 years and hasn’t been seen in public in 3 years (at X-Ray Spex singer Poly Styrene’s funeral)
Where Vlad’s art celebrates women he is Facebook’s most banned artist, falling foul of their policy that bans the female form yet allows violent imagery & genuine beheadings.
Vlads models are Americans Princess Farhana (who revived burlesque in the 1990s), Russ Meyer legend Kitten Natividad, “the reigning Queen of Burlesque” Angie Pontani and Blackfeet/Assiniboine reservation Native American actress Donell Morgan.
Vlad is also the official artist for Rubella Ballet… the 1970s punk rock pioneers of goth & rave as well as the muse of acclaimed fashion designer Louise Gray. LP art is in the blood: Vlad’s father printed the classic LP sleeves for the Sex Pistols, Roxy Music, Pink Floyd, Elton John, Bob Marley, Yes, Mike Oldfield.
Vlad Quigley is listed in Who’s Who In Art, he has been published
worldwide and has exhibited in the UK , the USA and France
"When I open up my Facebook newsfeed in the morning, two things are sure to raise a smile either Vlad Quigley has posted a new drawing of an impossibly pneumatic Pirate wench or, alternatively, he has once again got himself banned for his insatiable need to post pictures of scantily-clad ladies. Anybody who upsets the mandarins of taste on such a regular basis deserves my unerring appreciation. Amazingly, he achieves all this whilst under the severe handicap of being an Arsenal fan. Saints preserve us! Arrrrr….."
Steven Severin, Siouxsie & the Banshees