He goes by the name “Endless” – a word which
embodies his limitless creativity, passion and drive. Endless is a London-based artist, who infuses street
and contemporary art techniques and practices. After 6 years of study, Endless graduated from Cambridge
School Of Art, where he specialised in fine art and screen printing. Shortly after this, he moved to London
and began sharing his ideas with the world in the form of street-art. The journey from street to gallery has
seen Endless' reputation rise, capturing the attention of the art world, museums, brands and the media
alike. Never lacking in meaning or depth, the key messages within the vibrant artwork interpret the
artists’ unbiased societal observations, exploring humanity’s relationship with fashion, advertising,
brand-worship, consumerism, and celebrity culture. The logo "CHAPEL" is often found in
Endless' work, showcasing the contrast between traditional and modern-day symbols of worship with his
own take on the iconic Chanel No5 perfume imagery. The name change in Endless' design represents
society's brand-obsessed culture shift in one word, 'Chapel' - a world where brands are the
new deities; shops are the new churches, glossy magazines are Bibles and celebrities play the part of God.
The gods in his works include fashion industry legends like Karl Lagerfeld, Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss.
In 2021, Endless donated his self-portrait with Gilbert & George to Le Gallerie degli Uffizi,
becoming the first street artist in history to have artwork within the prestigious Medici collection. In
spring 2022, Endless became the first street-artist in history to exhibit at La Biennale Arte, representing
The Republic Of San Marino in an exhibition titled - ‘Postumano Metamorfico’. Endless was the first street
artist to paint the main window display and front doors of the historical Liberty London department store,
with an artwork paying homage to 50 years of British Punk. Endless was asked to honour the 50-year
anniversary of the Beatles’ “Abbey Road” album with a celebratory mural outside the iconic building. His
murals “Treviso Lizzy Vuitton”, “Kingdom Of The Fanes” and "Powder to the People" - the latter
created for the 2021 Ski World Championships in Cortina D'Ampezzo, are just some of the open-air works
that bear his signature. Endless boasts numerous collaborations with international artists, including
Gilbert & George and luxury brands such as Karl Lagerfeld, with whom he released a capsule clothing
collection, NFT artworks and a commemorative mural honouring the late designer. Endless followed in the
footsteps of Andy Warhol and Keith Haring, when he was asked by Fiorucci to design limited edition
collections for the opening of the new London flagship store in 2019. Today, Endless continues to express
ideas through his street-art, but his most exclusive work can be found in Cris Contini Contemporary
Galleries and within the homes of collectors world-wide.
Live footage of Endless painting @ Taylor Taylor, London. The work stretched over a 10m wide canvas,
shot on location by Glen Larkby.