Provocative and radical on his creation, Endless tells a story of our world giving an honest and philosophical description of our surroundings, exploring aspects of fashion, advertising and the filth of modern cultures. His work is neither positive, or negative in its outcome, allowing the viewer to determine their own perspective by interacting with hidden messages and the playful, alluring and opulent aesthetic.
The logo "CHAPEL" is often found in Endless' work from the Deities collection (a series of paintings showcasing the contrast between old and modern-day symbols of worship), revealing his own take on the iconic Chanel No5 perfume. The name change in Endless' design represents society's brand-obsessed culture shift in one word, 'Chapel' - a world where brands are the new deities; shops are the new churches, glossy magazines are Bibles and celebrities, marketers and advertisers play the part of God. The gods in his works include industry legends like Karl Lagerfeld, Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell.
Endless recently presented his self-portrait with Gilbert & George at the Uffizi Galleries, making him the first street-artist in history to add such artwork to the permanent collection in the Florentine Museum. His work also features in the glamorous Italian Ski town, Cortina D'Ampezzo, creating the town’s first street-art mural in 2019 and more recently, a commemorative, commissioned mural in celebration of the 2021 Alpine Ski World Championships.Endless was the first artist to paint the Liberty London department store's main window display and front doors, with an artwork paying homage to 50 years of British Punk. He was commissioned to redesign the walls of London’s landmark OXO Tower restaurant. His ‘Crotch Grab’ painting was digitised in a video installation on the windows of the Flannel's flagship store on Oxford Street until April 2019. He performed a live art piece at the Christie’s Charity Art auction in Rome and at Mayfair Art Weekend in London in 2019.
Endless boasts numerous collaborations with international artists including Gilbert & George and high-profile brands such as Karl Lagerfeld and Fiorucci. The artist made strides in the world of fashion, collaborating with Karl Lagerfeld on a SS20 capsule clothing collection, launched at the London Regent Street Store, followed by a commemorative solo exhibition - Endless Karl, at the Cris Contini Contemporary gallery in London. Endless also painted a large mural, live at Pitti Uomo in Florence, for the launch of their SS20 collections and was asked to design a white shirt in honour of Karl, alongside the likes of Kate Moss and Cara Delevigne in a Paris exhibition - A Tribute to Karl: The White Shirt Project. Endless is also the first artist since Keith Haring and Andy Warhol to collaborate with retro Italian fashion brand, Fiorucci, launching Limited Edition T-shirts and skateboard decks in their new London Soho store in 2019. Endless took part in a live-art performance at Paris Fashion Week in January 2020 with Clarks Originals, celebrating the 70th anniversary of the iconic Desert Boot.
Today, Endless continues to express his ideas on the streets, but his most exclusive work can be found at Cris Contini Contemporary Galleries in London and Porto Montenegro, as well as within the homes of well-established collectors across the world.