Born in Dartford, Kent, in 1942, David Spiller blended styles in his art, mixing the hard-hitting immediacy of Pop Art - with its bright colours, punchy texts and clean lines - with a deceptively simple expressionism, adding another layer of intuitive free-hand texts, including lines from his favourite songs.


After studying at Sidcup School of Art and Beckenham School of Art, in Kent, and Slade School of Art, London, Spiller lived and worked in Berlin and New York in the 1960's. Spiller featured in countless solo and group exhibitions throughout his career.


Private and Public Collections

Morgan Stanley Bank, Frankfurt

Belgacom, Brussels

Hanwon Museum, Seoul

Collection UCL Foundation

Carmignac Gestion, Paris