Denial, also known as Daniel Bombardier, is a Canadian street artist known for his bold and satirical works that comment on consumer culture and the human condition. He was born on May 27, 1976, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
Denial's artistic practice is characterized by his use of iconic imagery and text, often re-appropriated in unexpected and humorous ways. His works feature recognizable brands and logos, altered to convey messages of social and political commentary.
Denial's works have been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world, including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Detroit and the Celaya Brothers Gallery in Mexico City. He has also created large-scale murals and public installations in cities across North America.
In addition to his work as a street artist, Denial is also an accomplished graphic designer and illustrator, creating album covers, posters, and merchandise for a variety of clients.
Denial's works continue to challenge and provoke audiences with their clever and irreverent approach to contemporary art and culture. He remains an influential figure in the street art movement, inspiring a new generation of artists to use their creativity to make a difference in the world.