"Find your voice. Hone it daily. Push where and when you need to. Take zero bullshit. Be your best self. Love, Bambi" - Bambi (2023)

Born in 1982, Bambi is the pseudonym of a contemporary British street artist. Known for her stencilled graffiti works, she employs representational imagery to offer social commentary and address political concerns, often through the depiction of notable contemporary figures such as artist Ai Weiwei or football star David Beckham, among others.

Bambi’s work focuses on contemporary female identity and its relationship to patriarchal culture, as well as the commodification of the art world and various political injustices.


An active graffiti artist in the Islington neighbourhood of London, Bambi’s work is just as likely to adorn city streets as it is the walls of her celebrity collectors, which include the likes of Rihanna, Brad Pitt, and Adele. Her work has also been exhibited in fine art contexts, notably at her first exhibition at the Walton Fine Arts Gallery in London in 2012. Though little is known about this anonymous artist, she graduated with an MA from Saint Martin’s College and continues to live and work in London, England.