Postage Stamp Collage---
Born in1939, Terence Stamp was one of the most recognizable faces of 1960s British cinema. During that decade, he became famous on the screen and off, as a leading man and a poster boy for the swinging Sixties lifestyle. He made his film debut in 1962 as the martyred hero in Peter Ustinov's, Billy Budd. His performance earned him an Oscar nomination and established him as part of a new wave of talent in British cinema. Stamp spent the rest of the decade earning recognition for both his work and real-life exploits. This portrait of Terence Stamp is appropriately created from over 4000 postage stamps!
Currently on display at ArtGallery's exhibition space at The Knapp Gallery, Regents College, Regents Park, London, NW1 4NS. Tel: 0844 879 7438