More and more Dolk – and more again…

March 11, 2007 at 12:34 am 11 comments

Dolk is undoubtedly one of the best stencil artists around. But he isn’t good because he’s good. He’s good because his stuff communicates.

Each one of his stencils have a message – but not some heavy political “revolution.” Yet you leave the image and the mind starts going. Every image has that little twist.

Check out the marathon runner crossing the police line? (picture courtesy of Wooster Collective)

Marathoning over a police line

Or “Che” – here’s the symbol of revolution – but rapping?

Rappin' Che

Or the boy remote controlling… a bird?

Dolk Boy remote controlling a Bird

Or what about the Burger King?

The Burger King?

It’s communication. And when you see one of these images, always look for that little (or big) extra.

Here are some “Dolk Resources” that I’ve found to be the best ones around.

Check them out.

First the “official” Dolk fans forum, you need a login but it’s full of amazing shots from around the world.

Find it on:

Second the interview done by “Schhh” – it’s in English and Spanish.

Find it on:

Then this Wiki has a ton of photos and other info. Definitely worth checking out. This is hosted at

Find it on:

(but don’t hotlink to his images he doesn’t like that)

And some additional pictures from Wooster Collective. They have some great stuff too.

Stencil Revolution has also got a good bunch of shots and additionally they have comments by Dolk and others on these. Very neat. Also has it categorized differently here.

Find it here:

And then Stencil Archive has some stuff – mainly from Barcelona so update it if you have more.

Find it here:

I know there was mention that some were on sale as Picturesonwalls or Banksy but I could not easily find them so voila. If you find it then post the link in the comments please.


Entry filed under: art, art on walls, cool, dolk, dolk lungren, graffiti, graffitti, humor, photo, photoshop, pictures on walls, poster design, stencil art, tagging.

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11 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Dolk - stencil graffiti « My Views  |  March 11, 2007 at 7:50 pm

    […] Update: See also my latest post to find more images and resources on Dolk. […]

  • 2. antifolkhero  |  March 12, 2007 at 10:07 pm

    I really like those stencils. They’re much more intelligent than most of the ones you see on the street. My girlfriend just wrote an article about street art in Los Angeles that led me to this article. You might check it out if you’re into images with a message, though they’re probably not as amazing as the ones you’ve posted.


  • 3. FraudWasteAbuse  |  March 16, 2007 at 8:21 pm

    I love street art and you’ve posted some great examples. Keep ’em coming!

    As soon as my broken leg heals I plan on scoping out some great graffiti around Atlanta.

  • 4. Don Grey  |  March 21, 2007 at 11:03 pm

    This is nice but it does not seem very legal.

    I would prefer this was done in a legal way.

  • […] 30th, 2007 While this piece was not from Copenhagen, the other Dolk graffiti’s I posted about are, I thought it was quite funny and had to post on […]

  • 6. kliklik  |  April 30, 2007 at 11:26 am

    If you like this kind of art, check out Banksy too.

  • 7. The Yellow Graffiti Van « My Views  |  May 4, 2007 at 12:29 pm

    […] this doesn’t beat the Graffiti Covered building nor the Dolk Stencil Graffiti but the quality of the piece amazed me and somehow it’s better than the Vegetable […]

  • 8. marcozna  |  June 7, 2007 at 12:57 am

    I just cancelled a comment here by someone who calls himself the northernprophet. The comment was a link to an anti-scientology site. I adore debate, I despise idiots who cant differentiate between different topics.
    I cancelled the comment for two reasons:
    One it’s got nothing to do on this post and would be better placed on my post about Scientology

    and two because it isn’t debate, it’s cowardice to drop a link and leave. At least leave a comment.
    More of that crap and I think I’ll be publishing your email address and IP on my blog.
    dude – enjoy the stencil graffiti.

  • 10. James  |  March 23, 2009 at 12:20 pm

    I love stencil art, it seems to get a lot more political and socially concious compared to normal graffiti.

    Check out stencils and graffiti at

  • 11. driver58  |  October 22, 2009 at 9:43 pm

    Needless to say, there are many phenomena that are ignored, such as the ubiquity of hyperbolic discounting. ,


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