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Gloucestershire artist DiceSixtySeven proves a hit in New York City

By The Citizen  |  Posted: February 03, 2014

  • The original, left, and Leigh Silvers' version, right

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From the streets of Gloucestershire to the sidewalks of New York City, artist DiceSixtySeven is gaining transatlantic recognition.

A piece of work he created featuring his daughter Izzy has been picked up by artists across the world including New Zealand, Bulgaria and the Big Apple - New York City.

Dice sent a set of stickers to NYC artist Leigh Silvers and she loved them saying on Facebook: "I thank you for your awesome stickers. I took a pic of it and played a bit. I will slap you around NYC."

Dice said: "Its amazing to see my picture going up in New York. When I took the original picture and then cut the stencil I never dreamt it would end up in New Zealand, Australia, America, Bulgaria and Italy and people from all over the world would end up liking it."

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Dice is urging people to like Free Art Friday Gloucester and Free Art Friday Cheltenham on Facebook.

The Free Art movement in Gloucestershire sees artists dropping off pieces of art in the streets for people to pick up for free.

The movement is currently looking for contributing artists for a Valentine's Day drop.

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