Anthony 'Rugman' McEwan

Pop-style canvases, Biker sculptures and a selection of striking editions for D'Stassi Art
December 1, 2020
From Fashion to Graphics to Superstar muscians and actors

Born and raised in Glasgow, Anthony McEwan moved to London in 1996 to study at Chelsea art college and stayed, making London his home. A graphic artist by trade his early roots are in the commercial art world and fashion industry.

 

While working and travelling to make a living, he has been either locked away in his studio in Hackney Wick painting his pop-style canvases or papering and stencilling the streets of East London.

“Rugman's art is fun and effortlessly brightens up the room.

 

His personality really comes through in each piece.”

Rugman's art has been exhibited internationally with numerous solo shows including Saatchi Gallery’s “Sister, Mother” and group exhibitions like The Cans Festival 1 and 2, organised by Banksy and Pictures on Walls, alongside the world’s leading street artists.

 

His designs and art are championed by actor and producer Tom Hardy, worn and collected by comedian and writer Tim Minchin, actors Eva Green, Tom Davis, and Stephen Graham, and musicians Maverick Sabre, Mikill Pane, Ben Drew (a.k.a. Plan B), Joey Bada$$, Howlett of The Prodigy, Travis Barker of Blink 182, and Grant Nicholas of FEEDER.

 

In 2018, Anthony founded the ACE Club London artist’s collective www.aceclub.art, an exciting ongoing project including live events organised and produced by the artists themselves, bringing together an eclectic mix of still art, sculpture, fashion, live performance art, the spoken word, and live music from solo artists, groups and DJ’s.

 

The D'Stassi Art team.