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  • Tire Trouble Archival Print by ABCNT

    ABCNT Tire Trouble Archival Print by ABCNT

    Tire Trouble Archival Print by ABCNT Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 330gsm Museum Smooth Cotton Rag Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. 2022 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 100 Artwork Size 24x20 "Tire Trouble" is an archival print created by ABCNT, a renowned Los Angeles-based artist, designer, and activist known for his politically charged and socially conscious artwork. ABCNT's work often incorporates bold imagery of Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck, iconic Disney figures, and provocative statements to address environmental dystopian issues and spark conversations. The "Tire Trouble" print features a striking composition that communicates the artist's perspective on a particular issue, relating to environmental concerns, consumerism, or societal values. As an archival print, the artwork is produced on high-quality, acid-free paper, which ensures its longevity and resistance to fading over time. This makes it a collectible piece for art enthusiasts and those who appreciate ABCNT's distinctive style and message of dead fish.


ABCNT - Sprayed Paint Art Collection

ABCNT is a street artist and graphic designer known for his politically charged artwork that often critiques capitalism, consumerism, and militarism. He was born in Los Angeles, California, in 1976 and began his artistic career in the late 1990s as a graffiti writer. As his art evolved, ABCNT began to incorporate various styles and techniques into his work, including stenciling, wheat-pasting, screen-printing, and digital art. His artwork often features bold, colorful imagery and provocative slogans, such as "Buy More Shit" and "Peace is a Weapon." In addition to his street art, ABCNT has also exhibited his work in galleries and museums worldwide, including in Los Angeles, New York, London, and Tokyo. He has collaborated with several brands and organizations, including Nike, Microsoft, and Greenpeace. ABCNT's art has been widely praised for its ability to challenge the status quo and inspire social change. His work has been featured in several publications, including Juxtapoz, Art in America, and the Los Angeles Times.

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