Bonnie and Clyde is a contemporary British artist who develops mixed media collages and print-work constructed from urban imaginary. Working on with varying mediums, Bonnie and Clyde work is comprised of screen-prints, large-scale originals alongside 3D installations.
Bonnie and Clyde’s artwork, while architecture, street photography, and the coast appear as central, recurring tropes. With sensitivity to the relationship between the built environment and the natural landscape, the work of Bonnie and Clyde opens out a space in which to explore human interaction in urban sites. Her work responds emotionally to the delicate association of the socio-political and the deeply personal, in a way that resonates with contemporary cultures of modernity.
Steph Burnley, the creative mind behind Bonnie and Clyde, studied 3D Design at Kingston University, before setting up her own graphic design business in Manchester, where she did a large quantity of campaigns, book sleeves, illustrations and even t-shirts. She now resides in her studio in Brighton, exhibiting in a number of galleries across the country, selling through art fairs internationally and working on commissions for private collectors.