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Christopher Stribley is a New York City based artist, living in Manhattan, NY. He was born in Perth, Western Australia on November 9th, 1971, and has lived in both countries since the early 80s, when his parents first moved to the United States.

Mr. Stribley has worked as a graphic designer, creating marketing materials, book covers and advertisements, but he is better known for his artistic projects, which include painting, hand illustration, fontography, mixed media, wheat paste street art, and Photoshopped photography. He is also known for his street art photography, featured most prominently on the blog You Dreamed About Me.

He is a founding member and chief visual officer of Tech Deco Design & Content Curation Collective. His work has been featured in New York's Patricia Field store, as well as in exhibitions in London, NY and elsewhere. Contextually placing art, site, everyday objects with an vibrant eye for detail, Mr. Stribley has also worked under the monikers: Plastic Smile, Plastic Robot and Jesus Christ the 13th.

Selection of Recent Shows:

Atonement, U Gallery, Montclair, NJ - http://www.baristanet.com/2010/03/

Lingering Whispers, Crypt of St Pancras Church, London, England - http://thepandorian.com/2010/04/lingering-whispers-3/

Visual AIDS, New York, NY - http://www.thebody.com/visualaids/current/postcards2009.html

Photo Blog:

You Dreamed About Me - http://plasticrobot.wordpress.com/

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