Scottish Stencil Artists Frazier Boyd Joins the Web

Up and coming Scottish stencil artist Frazier Boyd has launched his website After joining the WHoArtNow team he's been putting his time to good use knocking out some impressive artwork with some great new ideas to come.

Currently working on a selection for WHoArtNow and Habitat, Uk Frazier has seen a huge increase in demand for his work in 2008, and with the resources now at his disposal, he's looking forward to taking his art to the next level. If your in the market for a commission piece on Canvas you can contact him through his website.

I'll be keeping my hub updated with news from Frazier Boyd and WHoArtNow over the coming months and all of us at WHoArtNow are excited about the art he's producing.

'Be The Best' Frazier Boyd 2008 ©
'Be The Best' Frazier Boyd 2008 ©
'Twice as Nice' Frazier Boyd 2008 ©
'Twice as Nice' Frazier Boyd 2008 ©

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Christoph Reilly 8 years ago from St. Louis

I like these pieces very much by Mr. Boyd. What exactly is WhoArtNow. Are you a dealer or gallery? I'd very much like to know, if you have a minute. - CR

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earnestshub 7 years ago from Melbourne Australia

Great art. I went to the linked site, and looked at some other art by Boyd. I like his work. Thank you.

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