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Pegasus x Naomi Wallens - Kate Moss - Original Peep Show Neon


  • Red 'Soho style peep show' neon by Naomi Wallens, mounted on original stencil spray painted Kate Moss painting on board by Pegasus
  • Unique work 1/1
  • Framed in a black hand made wooden frame
  • Signed by Both Artists 
  • 81cm x 81cm framed
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Naomi Wallens is a British contemporary multidisciplinary artist working with painting, sculpture and photography. Self-taught as a street artist, Wallens is becoming well known in the art world for her provocative artwork exploring the subtleties of societal pressures of conformity and the profound impact this has on our ability to feel connected to our own self.

Drawing on her own experiences as a woman and mother and the experiences of those that she collaborates with, Wallens’ works are unorthodox products of visual story-telling that fight and challenge societal injustices and champion empowerment and love. Wallens pushes her emotional boundaries to become the subject in many of her painted works and directly makes use of the female form using her own body in many of her sculptures to illustrate the stories she sets to tell.

Wallens’ latest work has evolved from containing a strong autobiographical element in examining her own experiences of happiness (and the not so happy ones) to observing human behaviours and emotions within the framework of the society in which we live today, depicting subjects at odds with their often glamorous appearance.

Before launching her career as an artist Wallens followed a conventional academic route, eventually bagging herself a business qualification before embarking on a career in the corporate world. Feeling disillusioned and empty with her pre-conditioned life, this fuelled her ever-rebellious inner self to go on a courageous and often painful journey of self-discovery as an artist.

Operating under her former artistic alter ego SHYGUY, which saw her delve into the world of street art working within the graphic framework of conformity, vulnerability and personal experience, unlocking her passions, an avalanche of creativity soon followed. Wallens went on to build a vast body of design meets art wonders featuring several installations, her own body part sculptures, large scale paintings and an array of alluring Objet D’Art – the collection formed her first solo show ‘Behind Closed Doors’ in 2018.

This was followed in 2020 when Wallens debuted a new collection at Startnet, The Saatchi Gallery in October of that year. Wallens wanted to capture the mood of the World during ‘lockdown’, representing the internal and external battles that many of us have in the modern world to love and be loved for who we are, exploring the effects of societal programming and cultural conditioning, captivating the viewer with soul-stirring intrigue.
The Saatchi Gallery collection showcases a series of glamorous, powerful and iconic Photographic Art pieces, entitled; ‘Race for Beauty’, ‘Artificial Love’ and ‘Save Yourself’, other new works featured in the collection are the ‘Hot Ass’ Sculpture range – paying homage to Wallens’ inner rebel whilst giving her body part sculptures a new and ever evolving narrative and also featuring are some excellent examples of Wallens’ early work as a street artist.

Wallens’ work has now become a firm favourite with international high net worth private art collectors and interior designers alike.



Pegasus is the tag name of London-based American street artist, Chris Turner. Pegasus’ signature pop-meets-street style is immediately recognisable.

Pegasus has a A-List and celebrity following having received commissions from Adele, Simon Cowell, Johnny Depp, Kim Kardashian, Lindsey Lohan and England Rugby legend Ben Cohen. His stencilled pieces display an ironic and sometimes controversial portrayal of popular culture’s most recognisable icons.

Pegasus creates striking images of these cultural icons through a unique process of layering detailed, hand-cut stencils coloured with bright, explosive aerosol spray paint. The result is a striking body of work that stands alone among Street artists. Aesthetically Pegasus work blends Street with a Pop aesthetic. His artistic process in the creation of an artwork requiring countless hours and meticulous fine technique, whether created on the streets themselves or as a painting on canvas. Thematically his works range from hard-hitting political messages and playful cultural commentary to poignant memorials for pop culture symbols such as David Bowie, Prince, George Michael, as well as his close friend, Amy Winehouse.

Pegasus most famous works to date is Fallen Angel, the artists personal tribute to Amy Winehouse on the side of a Camden information centre (Starbucks) which was whitewashed over before being repainted and 'opened' by Winehouse's mother Janis in December 2013. The artwork was the site of an unofficial shrine for Ms Winehouse in the days after the singer's death in 2011.

In 2013, the Jewish Museum asked Pegasus to create an installation for the memorial exhibition, Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait exhibition. His portraits of the singer are now part of the Jewish Museum’s permanent collection.

Pegasus’ work is also part of the Hollywood Museum Collection, where his portraits of Marilyn Monroe, Lucille Ball and Bette Davis are on permanent display. For Pegasus, the Hollywood connection continued with his controversial work ‘I got 99 problems but an O$car ain’t one.’ As soon as it appeared on the streets of London, he was invited to place a version of the work in Los Angeles to coincide with the 2016 Academy Awards Ceremony.

Pegasus’ work receives considerable attention with the press and enjoys a large celebrity following. His street work and exhibitions have been covered extensively by the Huffington Post, Evening Standard, Daily Mail, BBC, Artnet, NME, among others. He has also been interviewed by the BBC, NBC and London Live.

From 2020, all Pegasus artwork will be authenticated via a studio Certificate of Authenticity and is currently under his own management. His work is only available to purchase through a group of carefully selected Galleries.