Boogie Moli is a graffiti artist from Manchester. Having taken an untypical path to becoming a successful commercial artist, Boogie began his career as a youth, playing professional football for Liverpool F.C.
However, injuries brought a premature end to his playing career and he has since established himself, working with some of his former football colleagues including Kenny Dalglish, Trent Alexander Arnold, Jack Grealish, and Antonio Rudiger, as well as boxing legend Deontay Wilder and Formula 1 World Champion, Lewis Hamilton, to help build their ever-growing collections of art.
Boogie uses many different mediums including wheat paste to apply paper to canvas, acrylics paint and spray paint. He cites Jean-Michel Basquiat as his inspiration and a key reason why he pursued a career in art. Boogie says: "He was ahead of his time, the way he combined colours together and the messages were exceptional."
Boogie Moli's modern contemporary art is now at the BLAZE exhibition, ICE Gallery in Wilmslow, Cheshire until the end of August https://icegalleries.com/icegallery or https://icegalleries.com/boogie-moli