'Heal Mary' by DS

Untitled Document



by UK Street Artist
DS
New Limited Edition Skateboard Deck

Signari Gallery has commissioned London-based stencil graffiti artist DS (aka David Schmidt, the artist behind 'Miley's Smash Hits') to produce a very limited new skate deck.

COVID-19 has pushed us all to our limits. We partnered with stencil artist DS to create something that not only represents that struggle but also how, once politicized, it's made our return to normal that much more difficult. While in reality, taking care of each other should be all that matters.

DS's work includes contrasting imagery and subject matter. Mask wearing is now synonymous the COVID-19 pandemic but it's been used countless times before and this will certainly not be the last.

The first 25 orders will receive a FREE matching face mask!

The deck print-run is happening now! Each deck will be hand-numbered and include the artist's logo on top along with a hand-signed Certificate of Authenticity from Signari and DS (click to check out DS's site/store).

Pre-Order Price: $129
Regular Price (Dec.18): $149

Limited Edition of only 50!

Screen printed on 7-ply Canadian Maple hardwood skateboard deck.


Release date Dec. 18, 2020 @ 12:00PM PST

(Follow link below to unlock special pre-order pricing for this deck release from DS and to receive information about our upcoming mural/print drop with NY-based street artist WK Interact!)
25% of Proceeds will be donated to

The Process

Watch the multi-layer stencil process in action (slideshow will begin automatically):

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About DS

David Schmidt aka ‘DS’ is a US national, UK-bred urban artist, striving to create visually attractive, mentally engaging art piece statements.

The first stencils he painted were on the streets of East London in 2002, an area that has birthed some of the now ‘greats’ of the street art world. The stencils started off as crude black & white robots that not only struck a note with DS himself, but also caught the attention of many others.

Art has always been big enough to tame his hyperactive mind, creating a world of minute detailed figures. Inspired and bitten by the street art bug, it wasn’t long before he finished his art education and focused on stencil art. Contrasting imagery in art, a juxtaposition of old and new, angels and cherubs alongside art grenades, gas masks and spray paint cans spark conversations and movement in today’s society. What does this art piece spark in you? What conversations will lead to change and or a revolution?

25% of Proceeds will be donated to