Best known in the street art movement for his ubiquitous flower image, De Feo has been creating illegal art on international city streets for over 20 years. Not limited to the streets as his canvas, his work has also appeared in more than 120 galleries and museums throughout the world.
He has been featured in 36 books, 6 documentaries (including an appearance in Banksy’s Exit Through The Gift Shop) and in countless media outlets including The New York Times, TIME and The London Sunday Times Magazine. De Feo authored the award-winning children’s book, Alphabet City: Out on the Streets. He employs NYC as his canvas and uses paintings on the streets of Manhattan to illustrate each letter of the alphabet.
De Feo enjoys working with nonprofit and community organizations, such as Friends of The High Line, The Children’s Museum of the Arts NYC, and The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.