Sale of Street Pieces

Stik ONLY authenticates street pieces when 100% of the money goes back to the community. Stik Studio restore, supply a COA and place the sale. Private sales are NOT authenticated under any circumstances.


Stik Pride Banner Auction fundraiser for LGBTQ+ Exhibition

Stik Pride Banner at Christies,   King Street

Stik Pride Banner at Christies, King Street

The hand-stitched, rich cotton appliqué banner is STIK’s tribute to the original LGBTQ+ rainbow flag created by Gilbert Baker who died this week age 65. Funds raised will go to Project Indigo, who will be curating a major exhibition and archive at Hackney Museum celebrating and documenting the LGBTQ+ legacy of the area.

Hackney artist Stik says: “I am proud to present this banner to the LGBTQ+ community and hope to see its legacy live on."

Online bidding (Lot 48 | Sale 14935) runs from the 4th to the 13th April 2017 and the banner is on display at Christies King Street, London.

Magpie - Bristol

'Magpie’ (2009)
Phillips, London Auction, New Now. 08 December 2016 Lot 90
Spray Paint on Wood, in Artist's Frame
139 x 29.8 cm (54 3/4 x 11 3/4 in.)
Sold: £35,000
Comes with Artist’s Certificate of Authenticity.
Phillips Auction:


Stik has agreed to authenticate and approve the sale of a street art piece he once painted on the front of the Magpie Social Centre in Bristol. This piece appeared in 2009 on the front wall of the not-for-profit social centre which was evicted earlier this year and is currently looking for a new premises.

Stik states: “The Magpie Social Centre was one of the free spaces that actively encouraged street art and helped me to become the artist I am today. I don’t generally approve of the sale of street pieces but here I will make an exception. It gives me great pleasure to authenticate this piece so that Magpie can continue to support the next generation of artists."


Children of Fire - Hackney, London

Children of Fire


200cm X 200cm

Spraypaint on metal garage door

Painted in response to the Hackney Riots. Originally located on Pogo Café, Clarence Road, Hackney, London

100% of money raised went to Pogo Café and Social Centre, a non-profit, volunteer-run vegan café and social centre.



Seen - Hackney, London



100cm X 100cm

Spray-paint on Metal Satellite Dish

Painted in response to hugely increased surveillance in the Hackney area. Originally mounted near to Clapton Police Station, Hackney. 100% of money raised for Groundwork, a local youth charity.