David Puck

David Puck is a young traditional figurative painter and muralist, based out of Los Angeles.
Through colorful abstracted portraits, their signature work explores themes of queer experience and mental health. They are inspired by visual and conceptual dichotomies – realism and abstraction, narrative and obfuscation, humour and melancholy.
They have an academic background in Queer History from The University of Oxford UK, work closely with local queer communities, and is currently studying towards working in mental health support.
Their work has been featured in high-profile media such as Juxtapoz, Sold Mag NY, StreetArtNYC, World of Wonder, Buzzfeed, SF Weekly and LA Mag.
They have been featured on television in Germany (Berlin After Dark), Mexico (Jonas Vloggers: Asi Somos), and USA (Fox40 & Goodday Sacramento).
They have worked with notable figures like The Boulet Brothers, Meatball, Mayhem Miller, Hank&Henry Beauty, The Jonas Vloggers, Kat Tat (‘Black Ink Crew’), and Mayim Bialik (‘The Big Bang Theory’).
They’ve painted murals in Germany, Denmark, The UK, Spain, The Canary Islands, Nicaragua, Guatemala and USA. Notable mural projects have include Wide Open Walls, NYC World Pride, Oaklash, Art Share LA, Reno Mural Marathon and Meeting of Styles.



Contact Information

David Puck
(916) 360-1947

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Artist Work

Wide Open Walls Mural, Sacramento, Mental Health (2019)
15x15ft Mural painted with Wide Open Walls, 7th & R Sacramento CA. Features include on Juxtapoz, Good Day Sacramento, Fox40, Street Art NYC. Part of a series of murals about mental health awareness, acceptance of sadness, and male sensitivity.

Peppermint, Trans Is Beautiful, Resist the Cistem, NYC World Pride Mural (2019)
Mural painted with NYC World Pride Mural Project 2019. Based on NYC drag performer Peppermint, for trans poc support. Payment donated to Princess Janae Place for NYC trans GNC homelessness. Project features include in The New York Times.

Rainbow Warrior, Spray Paint & Oil, 76cmx101cm (2018)
Example of smaller canvas work, made in symbiosis with the larger murals. This painting was exhibited and sold as part of the Art Attack San Francisco solo exhibit 2019.