Dave the Chimp

The Flower Thrower


Size: 60 x 40 cm
Edition Size
: 25
Technique: 5 layer silkscreen print on Pure White Lake Paper 250 g/m²

Numbered and signed by the artists

Every print will be delivered with one pair of protective gloves made out of cotton and a certificate of authenticity singed by both artists and gallery owner. The certificate ensures originality and limitation of the series. Prints will be unframed.

About the artist: Dave the Chimp, Berlin-based Brit, rides skateboards, draws comics, paints on walls, makes fanzines, and has exhibited in galleries across the globe. He is currently creating video games and fighting for the Basic Income.


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Dave the Chimp

Dave the Chimp has been riding skateboards since the mid 1980’s, painting on found wood and making fanzines since the mid 1990’s, and working in the streets since 1998. He still does all these things, as well as exhibiting his art in galleries and museums world wide, working as an illustrator for a variety of clients, directing pop videos, compiling books, and curating exhibitions. Dave has exhibited alongside the leading names in the urban art scene, including Banksy, Blu, Miss Van, Swoon, Os Gemeos, Shepard Fairey, Space Invader, and Zevs. He was the first UK artist to have his own artist model shoe created by Vans, and a book of his work (Part Of Rebellion 2 – Dave the Chimp) was published by Publikat in 2009. In 2011 he built his first concrete skateable sculpture “Papa und Ich” outside of the Bethanien, Berlin, and the wooden “friendship bowl” in the Awanganda Gallery, Wroclaw, Poland. He has since built the “Papa und Ich Speilplatz” skatepark in Milan, and the “Troll Bridge Ramp” at La Condition Publique, Roubaix, France. He is currently focused on change, encouraging exploration, protest culture and positive vibrations, with the “Human Beans” as his medium through which to go on this adventure.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

“A Little Bit Of What You Fancy Won’t Do You No Harm”
March 3rd – March 31st 2012
La Grille Gallery, Yverdon-Les-Bains, Switzerland

“The Search Continues”
September 24th – October 22nd 2011
Vicious Gallery, Hamburg

November 27th – December 24th 2010
Nina Sagt Galerie, Düsseldor

“Raum für Freunde”
May 21st – June 27th 2010
Kunstverein Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg

“All Great Men Are Dead, And I’m Not Feeling Well”
May 23rd – June 3rd 2009
Galerie Stephan Stumpf, Munich

“PRINTS for the New Power Generation”
April 24th – May 23rd 2009
ATM Gallery, Berlin

“Searching For The Perfect Line”
July 26th – August 23rd 2008
Vicious Gallery, Hamburg

“Pastures New”
March 29th – May 3rd 2008
Extrabold Gallery, Luxembourg

“If Television Is Your God, Is Jesus The Remote Control”
April 9th – April 30th 2007
BIOKIP Gallery, Milan

Selected Group Exhibitions

March 2016
Affenfaust Gallery, Hamburg, Germany

Screaming Hand 30th Anniversary Show
August 28th – September 10th 2015
Skateboard Museum @ Konzulat Gallery, Berlin, Germany

“The Doors Of Preconception”
Collaborations with Chula
June 10th – July 5th 2015

Urban Spree, Berlin, Germany
August 2014

Urban Spree, Berlin, Germany
“Do   Not Think”
September 10th – October 23rd 2011

Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
December 2011 – January 2012
Awanganda Gallery, Wroclaw, Poland

“Backjumps 4.2 – Junior Issue”
August 27th – September 26th 2010
Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin, Germany

“Ekta and Dave the Chimp – New Collaborative Works”
November 26th – December 19th 2009
The Don Gallery, Milan, Italy

“Urban Art. Werke aus der Sammlung Reinking”
May 16th – August 30th 2009
Weserburg Museum für Moderne Kunst, Bremen, Germany

“Backjumps 3 – The Live Issue”
August – September 2007
Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin, Germany

“Visual Rock Stars: Backstage Pass”
July – August 2005
Outside Institute, London, UK