The style he’s known for is a loose energetic portrait style that plays with the abstract and hints at realism, with influences such as Francis Bacon and Brett Whiteley he remains diligently focused on the face and as his core subject.
Painting on a large scale for the most part Daniel uses acrylics shellac and spray paint. The work originates from a technique learned at art school called continuous cross contour line drawing (in street art terms, a one liner).
The idea is to loosen up and find your unique mark, and Daniel seems to have discovered an intensely lyrical and feminine mark that sets him apart.
Daniel is not a conceptual artist, and his work has no political undertone, it is purely an expression of self and the human condition in its raw form.