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31 artworks


  • The Last Dance Giclee Print by Robert Bruno

    Robert Bruno The Last Dance Giclee Print by Robert Bruno

    The Last Dance Limited Edition Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper by Robert Bruno counter-culture street artist art. Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls Basketball Legend.

    $129.00

  • Eyes On The King Verdict Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Eyes On The King Verdict Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Eyes On The King Verdict 4-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Speckletone Art Paper by Shepard Fairey x Ted Soqui Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist. 2022 Signed by Shepard Fairey & Ted Soqui, Numbered 18x24 inches. Screenprint on thick cream Speckletone paper. Numbered edition of 600. "I based this “Eyes on the King Verdict” print on photos taken by Ted Soqui during the LA riots of spring 1992. Ted has a long history of photographing activists and protests, which began after the “not guilty” verdicts on April 29, 1992, for the four officers who severely beat Rodney King. I especially love the central pic of a young woman protester in a Malcolm X hat contemplating the scene. I think it is important to consider the symbolic weight of the Rodney King verdict and the emotional impact on communities of color seeking justice and accountability. At the time, 30 years ago, I remember feeling enraged that such a blatant act of police brutality was going unpunished when it was captured on video. It is heartbreaking how frequently similar acts of violence and abuse of power by law enforcement have gone unpunished, even when caught on camera. I don’t ever condone violence or looting, but I understand why LA erupted in riots and protests after the King verdict. When people feel that the American system has failed them repeatedly, things can reach a boiling point. The urge to protest injustice and the right to do so are legitimate, even if looting is not legitimate. The LA riots were a tragic mixture. However, beware of those who try to conflate protest with “criminal agitation” or “inciting a riot.” When the system fails the people, it is nothing short of patriotic for the people to protest for a solution. Ted Soqui and I both signed the “Eyes on the King Verdict” print.” – Shepard

    $421.00

  • Zooka Pac Archival Print by Marly Mcfly

    Marly Mcfly Zooka Pac Archival Print by Marly Mcfly

    Zooka Pac Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 308gsm Hahnemuhle Cotton Rag Paper by Marley Mcfly, Street Pop Art Graffiti Artist. 2022 Signed Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 18x24, #1 of 50 Marley Mcfly's "Zooka Pac": A Fusion of Street Art and Iconography Marley Mcfly's "Zooka Pac" is a compelling archival pigment fine art print that embodies the spirit of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. This limited edition of 50 prints, signed by the artist and spanning a canvas of 18x24 inches, is a vibrant blend of urban artistry and pop culture symbolism. Created in 2022, the work is part of a series that showcases Marley Mcfly's unique ability to blend graffiti's raw energy with the poignant stylings of pop art, culminating in a piece that is both a tribute and an original artistic statement. Marley Mcfly, a notable figure in the contemporary street art scene, uses 308gsm Hahnemühle cotton rag paper for this series, a medium known for its fine texture and durability. This choice underscores the importance of materiality in graffiti and street art, which often relies on the quality and character of surfaces to communicate messages. The "Zooka Pac" print stands out for its subject matter and meticulous attention to the craft of printmaking. Creative Expression in Archival Pigment Prints Creating an archival pigment print like "Zooka Pac" requires a balance of technical precision and creative flair. The archival nature of the pigment inks ensures that the artwork resists fading over time, preserving the vividness of Mcfly's color palette and the sharpness of his imagery. The 308gsm Hahnemühle paper, with its delicate yet robust composition, provides the perfect backdrop for the artist's dynamic interplay of color and form. In "Zooka Pac," Mcfly uses the visual language of graffiti art to pay homage to iconic figures, weaving together street art's spontaneity with pop art's focus on popular culture icons. The artwork features a graphic that captures the viewer's attention, a testament to McFly's skillful hand and ability to convey depth and personality within the confines of a two-dimensional space. The Impact of Marley Mcfly's Work Marley Mcfly's contributions to the evolution of Street Pop Art are significant. His works, including "Zooka Pac," are infused with the ethos of graffiti art while being meticulously crafted to meet the standards of fine art prints. This harmonious blend of street culture and acceptable art practices makes Mcfly's work highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts who appreciate the confluence of different art forms. The release of "Zooka Pac" as a limited edition also plays into the exclusivity and community aspects of street art culture, where owning a piece of the edition can feel like belonging to an underground society of art connoisseurs. McFly's ability to create art that is accessible yet profound has cemented his reputation in the street art world as an artist who pushes boundaries and challenges perceptions. "Zooka Pac," as the inaugural piece of its series, marks the beginning of a journey into Marley Mcfly's exploration of pop culture through street art. The piece is not merely a representation of an iconic figure but a reflection of the era and a statement on the enduring influence of such figures in the collective memory. Through this work, Mcfly continues to foster a dialogue between street art's rebellious origins and its increasingly recognized status within the canon of contemporary art.

    $316.00

  • Boyz N The Hood Giclee Print by Joshua L Johnson

    Joshua L Johnson Boyz N The Hood Giclee Print by Joshua L Johnson

    Boyz N The Hood 4-Color Limited Edition Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper by Joshua L Johnson Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. Giclee print 18 x 24 inches signed and numbered, limited edition of 60 inspired by Boyz N The Hood

    $250.00

  • SAMO©… Reclining on a Car Seat, West Broadway, 1978 Archival Print by Al Diaz

    Al Diaz SAMO©… Reclining on a Car Seat, West Broadway, 1978 Archival Print by Al Diaz

    SAMO©...Reclining on a Car Seat, West Broadway, 1978 Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 310gsm Hahnemühle William Turner Matte Fine Art Paper by Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Al Diaz. Al Diaz "SAMO©...Reclining on a Car Seat, West Broadway, 1978" - Limited Edition of 25 - 18 x 24" SAMO©...RECLINING ON A CAR SEAT, WEST BROADWAY, 1978 • Autographed archival pigment print • Printed on Hahnemühle William Turner matte fine art paper, 310 GSM • Custom hand-torn deckled edges • Hand-varnished • 18 x 24 inches Hand-signed, numbered and dated in ink by Al Díaz in a limited edition of 25 • With additional "WE WERE SAMO©..." ink inscription

    $489.00

  • I Am A Man Archival Print by Robert Mars I Am A Man Archival Print by Robert Mars

    Robert Mars I Am A Man Archival Print by Robert Mars

    I Am A Man Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on 310gsm Hahnemühle William Turner Art Paper by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Robert Mars. I Am A Man MLK Martin Luther King Jr archival pigment print on Hahnemühle William Turner Matte Fine Art Paper, 310 GSM Hand-varnished 18 x 24 inches Hand-signed and numbered by artist Robert Mars 2019 Mild Yellowing Discoloration To Top White Margin, Does Not Affect Image. See Photos.

    $331.00

  • Late Night Study II Original Drawing by Sheefy McFly- Tashif Turner

    Sheefy McFly- Tashif Turner Late Night Study II Original Drawing by Sheefy McFly- Tashif Turner

    Late Night Study II Original Ink Hand Drawing on Fine Art Paper by modern trending street art artist Sheefy McFly. 2020 Signed Original Marker Drawing Artwork Size 18x24 Framed Late Night Study II, 2020 Ink on paper 24 x 18 inches (61 x 45.7 cm) (sheet) Signed and dated along right edge. Framed Dimensions 27.5 X 21.5 Inches

    $1,545.00

  • By Any Means Necessary Archival Print by Robert Mars

    Robert Mars By Any Means Necessary Archival Print by Robert Mars

    By Any Means Necessary Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on 310gsm Hahnemühle William Turner Art Paper by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Robert Mars. By Any Means Necessary Malcom X archival pigment print on Hahnemühle William Turner Matte Fine Art Paper, 310 GSM Hand-varnished 18 x 24 inches Hand-signed and numbered by artist Robert Mars 2019

    $283.00

  • Muhammad Ali Heavyweight Ideals Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Muhammad Ali Heavyweight Ideals Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Muhammad Ali Heavyweight Ideals Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Hand-Pulled on Speckletone Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 500 Artwork Size 18x24 Silkscreen Print of Boxer Muhammad Ali Face As Young Man in A Suit. "Based on an incredible photo by Howard Bingham provided by his son Dustin, I wanted to emphasize Ali's role as an outspoken citizen and activist. Ali was a civil rights activist, a conscientious objector to the Vietnam War, a philanthropist, and a U.N. Messenger of Peace. I admire that Ali stood up for what he believed even when he potentially faced jail and the end of his boxing career. The Chestnut St. YMCA, where we painted the Ali mural, is blocks from Ali's childhood school and a place he frequented in his youth. I'm very grateful to the YMCA for providing an incredible wall with an authentic connection to Ali's life. A project of this magnitude can't come to fruition without many people collaborating generously." -Shepard Fairey. Few names in pop and street art have achieved as much recognition and influence as Shepard Fairey, the creative force behind the OBEY brand. Fairey's "Muhammad Ali Heavyweight Ideals" silkscreen print is a testament to his craftsmanship as an artist and his dedication to spotlighting iconic figures with profound cultural significance. Drawing inspiration from a striking photograph by Howard Bingham, Fairey's depiction of a young Muhammad Ali in a suit is a compelling reflection of the boxer's legacy beyond the ring. This piece doesn't just highlight Ali as a world-class athlete but as a man deeply embedded in the socio-political issues of his time. Ali's vehement opposition to the Vietnam War, his role in the civil rights movement, and his later endeavors as a philanthropist and U.N. Messenger of Peace symbolize a life of purpose and conviction. In his tribute, Fairey magnifies these ideals, portraying Ali as a boxing legend and an activist willing to jeopardize his career and personal freedom for his beliefs. The choice of venue for the mural, the Chestnut St. YMCA, holds a poignant significance. Located blocks from Ali's childhood school and a regular spot for the young boxer, the YMCA wall is an authentic canvas, connecting Ali's formative years with his enduring legacy. Through this artwork, Fairey's intricate detailing, combined with his nuanced understanding of Ali's life, elevates the narrative of street and pop art. It underscores the potential of this medium to not only captivate visually but to instigate reflection on the profound impact of its subjects on history and culture.

    $970.00

  • Drive Archival Print by Marly Mcfly

    Marly Mcfly Drive Archival Print by Marly Mcfly

    Drive Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 290gsm Moab Entrada Fine Art Paper by Marly Mcfly Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 82 Artwork Size 18x18 I consider my art a mix of pop and street art. I draw influences from my surroundings and try to incorporate the ever-changing world of pop culture into my artwork.

    $250.00

  • Nets Archival Print by Marly Mcfly

    Marly Mcfly Nets Archival Print by Marly Mcfly

    Nets Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 290gsm Moab Entrada Fine Art Paper by Marly Mcfly Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 82 Artwork Size 18x18 I consider my art a mix of pop and street art. I draw influences from my surroundings and try to incorporate the ever-changing world of pop culture into my artwork. - McFly

    $250.00

  • Sale -15% Mamba Archival Print by Adam Lister

    Adam Lister Mamba Archival Print by Adam Lister

    Mamba Archival Print by Adam Lister Limited Edition on 300gsm Hot Press Matte Fine Art Paper Pop Graffiti Street Art Artist Modern Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered Print Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 18x24 Archival Pigment Fine Art NBA Basketball Sports Player Kobe Bryant Fast Break Dribbling Ball in Glitch Style In the realm of contemporary art, particularly within the genres of pop, street, and graffiti art, artists often play a significant role in transforming our perception of iconic figures and moments. One such influential piece is the "Mamba Archival Print" crafted by the esteemed Adam Lister. This 2023 creation, limited to a mere 50 pieces, becomes an immediate collector’s treasure due to its exclusivity. Each print is meticulously signed and numbered by Lister himself, underscoring its authenticity and value. Crafted on a 300gsm Hot Press Matte Fine Art Paper, this artwork resonates with depth and detail. Lister's choice of medium is significant; the hot press matte paper is known for its smooth finish, making it an excellent choice for artworks that aim to capture minute intricacies. What sets the "Mamba Archival Print" apart, however, is its subject matter – the legendary NBA basketball icon, Kobe Bryant. The depiction showcases the sports legend in a fast break dribbling stance, a signature move associated with his prowess on the court. Yet, it's the rendering style that captivates; Kobe is visualized in a 'glitch' manner, an artistic interpretation that could symbolize the transient nature of life or the glitches we encounter in our journey. Adam Lister's fusion of modern glitch aesthetics with the dynamism of Kobe Bryant offers a unique perspective, juxtaposing the temporal nature of life against the enduring impact of an icon. As it stands, this artwork not only celebrates the basketball legend but also reaffirms Lister's position as a visionary in modern-day art genres.

    $728.00$619.00

  • Bad Brains Punk Showcase Rock For Light Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Bad Brains Punk Showcase Rock For Light Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Bad Brains Punk Showcase- Rock For Light 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Cream Speckle Tone Paper by Shepard Fairey Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist For Musicians Bad Brains. 2016 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 350 Artwork Size 18x24 Shepard Fairey's "Bad Brains Punk Showcase - Rock For Light" is a striking exemplar of the indelible impact of street pop art and graffiti artwork on the domain of music and culture. This two-color hand-pulled silkscreen print on cream speckle tone paper is a tribute to the legendary punk band Bad Brains, known for their explosive fusion of punk and reggae and their message of "Positive Mental Attitude." The limited edition print, part of a signed and numbered release of 350 pieces measuring 18x24 inches, encapsulates the raw energy and ethos of the band while also showcasing Fairey's iconic style that has become synonymous with the OBEY brand. Fairey, a street artist and graphic designer, rose to fame with his "Andre the Giant Has a Posse" sticker campaign, which later evolved into the OBEY Giant movement. This project aimed to stimulate curiosity and encourage people to question their relationship with their surroundings. The "Bad Brains Punk Showcase" piece continues Fairey's exploration of counterculture and music, prevalent themes throughout his body of work. His distinct approach to art, often characterized by bold, stylized images and a limited color palette, reflects his roots in the skateboarding scene and his admiration for the punk rock ethos. In this artwork, Fairey melds the band's iconography with his aesthetic to create a piece that is both a homage and a standalone work within the street pop art genre. The use of the star emblem, the dynamic composition, and the commanding typography are all hallmarks of Fairey's style while also paying respect to the cultural significance of Bad Brains. The result is a piece that resonates with fans of the band and Fairey's art, bridging the gap between music and visual art in a way symbolic of street pop art's role in contemporary culture. The artwork serves not only as a collector's item but also as an illustration of the synergy between visual art and music. It is a testament to the power of street pop art to transcend its origins and become a part of the cultural lexicon, capable of celebrating and immortalizing the pioneers of subcultures like punk rock. Fairey's "Bad Brains Punk Showcase - Rock For Light" is a vibrant reminder of the enduring legacy of Bad Brains and the rebellious spirit that fuels both their music and the world of street pop art.

    $432.00

  • Storm X-Women Silkscreen Print by Rockets Are Red

    Rockets Are Red Storm X-Women Silkscreen Print by Rockets Are Red

    Storm X-Women 3-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Rockets Are Red Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. Storm stylized Marvel Comics Superhero Character #201

    $242.00

  • Creativity, Equity, Justice Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Creativity, Equity, Justice Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Creativity, Equity, Justice Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Hand-Pulled on Cream Speckletone Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork Obey Pop Culture Artist. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 450 Artwork Size 18x24 Silkscreen Print "This print is a portrait of Anjel Newmann, Director of Programs and Youth Director of AS220 – a non-profit community arts organization based in downtown Providence with whom I’ve worked since the ’90s. AS220 is important to me because they have cultivated a creative community that continues to have a profoundly transformative impact on the city. I’m inspired by Anjel’s dedication to this organization, where she’s been a member since she was 13 years old, learning from a diverse set of communities and facilitating access to opportunities for young people across the city of Providence. Thank you Anjel and AS220 for all that you do for the people of Rhode Island!⁠" -Shepard Fairey- OBEY In the vibrant intersection where art meets activism, Shepard Fairey’s silkscreen print stands as a testament to the power of creative expression as a tool for social change. Released in 2019, this limited edition piece, signed and numbered with a run of 450, encapsulates Fairey’s longstanding commitment to community engagement through art. The 18x24 artwork, hand-pulled on Cream Speckletone fine art paper, is not only a visual treat but a beacon of inspiration, embodying the themes of creativity, equity, and justice. At the heart of this print is a portrait of Anjel Newmann, a figure who represents the enduring impact of AS220, a non-profit community arts organization in Providence, Rhode Island. Newmann's involvement with AS220 began at the tender age of 13, and her journey to becoming the Director of Programs and Youth Director showcases the nurturing power of such institutions in cultivating artistic talent and leadership among the youth. Fairey, having collaborated with AS220 since the 1990s, celebrates not only the individual journey of Newmann but also the broader ethos of the organization. AS220’s pivotal role in fostering an inclusive arts community and providing a platform for marginalized voices is central to Fairey's narrative. The artwork itself is a visual confluence of Fairey's signature style with poignant messaging. Words like "Creativity," "Equity," and "Justice" are prominently featured, aligning with the larger message that Fairey perpetuates through his work—art as a mechanism for societal upliftment and personal liberation. His use of bold, contrasting colors and geometric patterns draws the eye, compelling the viewer to contemplate the interconnectedness of the artistic elements with the profound themes presented. Fairey’s choice of Anjel Newmann as the subject speaks volumes about the role models that inspire his work. By highlighting Newmann's dedication to AS220, Fairey not only honors her and the organization but also emphasizes the importance of creative communities in driving positive social change. This print transcends its aesthetic appeal, standing as a symbol of hope and a call to action, urging viewers to rise above challenges and contribute to the collective journey towards a just society. It is a celebration of Fairey’s enduring relationship with AS220 and his unwavering belief in art as a catalyst for progress.

    $588.00

  • Zooka Bron Archival Print by Marly Mcfly

    Marly Mcfly Zooka Bron Archival Print by Marly Mcfly

    Zooka Bron Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 308gsm Hahnemuhe Cotton Rag Paper by Marley Mcfly, Street Pop Art Graffiti Artist. 2022 Signed Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 18x22

    $316.00

  • Bandana P Silkscreen Print by ABCNT

    ABCNT Bandana P Silkscreen Print by ABCNT

    Bandana P 3-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on 290gsm Classic Crest Solar White Archival Paper by ABCNT Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. "Bandana P" by ABCNT Print Measures 18" X 24" 3 Color Silkscreen Print - Metallic Silver 290gsm Classic Crest Solar White Archival Paper Edition of 100 Signed and Numbered by the Artist ...

    $209.00

  • Aquarian Archival Print by Robert Mars

    Robert Mars Aquarian Archival Print by Robert Mars

    Aquarian Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on 290gsm Moab Entrada Rag Bright Art Paper by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Robert Mars. Aquarian Jimmi Hendrix archival pigment print Printed on Moab Entrada Rag Bright 290 GSM archival paper 18 x 24 inches Hand-signed and numbered by artist Robert Mars

    $283.00

  • Be Killer Worn Wraps Swatch HPM Archival Print by Robert Mars Be Killer Worn Wraps Swatch HPM Archival Print by Robert Mars

    Robert Mars Be Killer Worn Wraps Swatch HPM Archival Print by Robert Mars

    Be Killer- Worn Wraps Swatch Art Archival Pigment Print with Authentic Hand Worn Muhammad Ali Hand Wrap Glove Swatch Artwork by street pop culture artist Robert Mars. Be Killer Muhammad Ali archival pigment print with authentic fabric swatch taken from Muhammad Ali's original training-worn hand wraps printed on Hahnemühle 310gsm William Turner matte fine art paper, hand deckled 18 x 24 inches Hand-signed and numbered by artist Robert Mars. Accompanied by a copy of the original signed letter of provenance, April 4, 2012, from Daria Muhammad, daughter of Wali Muhammad, long-time assistant trainer, and cornerman of Ali from by JG Autographs.

    $489.00

  • The Shot Archival Print by Marly Mcfly

    Marly Mcfly The Shot Archival Print by Marly Mcfly

    The Shot Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 290gsm Moab Entrada Fine Art Paper by Marly Mcfly Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 82 Artwork Size 18x18 I consider my art a mix of pop and street art. I draw influences from my surroundings and try to incorporate the ever-changing world of pop culture into my artwork. - McFly

    $250.00

  • Fresh Silkscreen Print by Jeff Boyes

    Jeff Boyes Fresh Silkscreen Print by Jeff Boyes

    Fresh 5-Color Hand-Pulled Metallic Ink Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Jeff Boyes Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 5-color screenprint with metallic gold 18 x 18 inches numbered, limited edition of 50 inspired by The Fresh Prince of Bel Air

    $129.00

  • Travis Scott AP Giclee Print by Robert Bruno

    Robert Bruno Travis Scott AP Giclee Print by Robert Bruno

    Travis Scott Limited Edition Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper by Robert Bruno counter-culture street artist art. AP Artist Proof. Rapper Travis Scott.

    $136.00

  • Educate to Liberate Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Educate to Liberate Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Educate to Liberate Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Hand-Pulled 4-Color on Cream Speckletone Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork Obey Pop Culture Artist. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 300 Artwork Size 18x24 Silkscreen Print Depicting Bobby Seale of the Black Panther Party in Stylistic 70s Retro Style. "The events this month honor the backbone leadership of the original Party. The work of BPPALN is to ensure the education initiatives and community outreach programs provide knowledge while improving the quality of life for the Elders, all the way to the youth of today." -Shepard Fairey- OBEY Shepard Fairey, a contemporary street artist widely known for his OBEY series, produced a remarkable silkscreen print titled "Educate to Liberate." This limited edition artwork, hand-pulled and comprising four colors on cream speckletone fine art paper, is significant in the street pop art and graffiti art realm. Created in 2021, the print is part of a limited edition of 300, each signed and numbered by the artist, emphasizing its exclusivity and collectible nature. Measuring 18x24 inches, the print is a striking homage to Bobby Seale, co-founder of the Black Panther Party. Seale is depicted in a stylistic retro fashion reminiscent of the 1970s when the Black Panther Party was at the forefront of civil rights activism. Fairey's artwork captures the essence of Seale's impact and serves as a visual narrative that bridges past struggles with contemporary social issues. Fairey's statement regarding this piece highlights the enduring influence of the Black Panther Party's leadership and underscores the importance of educational initiatives and community outreach. These programs are designed to empower and enhance the quality of life for people across generations, from the elders who were the movement's backbone to today's youth. By invoking the spirit of the Black Panthers' activism, Fairey's "Educate to Liberate" becomes more than art; it is a call to action, urging ongoing education and community engagement as vehicles for liberation. This print solidifies Fairey's standing as a pivotal figure in street pop art within the framework of OBEY as a topic. His works are not merely aesthetic creations but are imbued with social commentary and the power to provoke thought and inspire change. As a limited edition piece, "Educate to Liberate" is not just a collectible but also a testament to the ongoing relevance of street art as a form of social and political engagement.

    $490.00

  • This Is America PP Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Denial- Daniel Bombardier This Is America PP Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    This Is America PP Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. PP Printers Proof 2020 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition Artwork Size 18x18 Archival Pigment Fine Art The Provocative Narrative of Denial's "This Is America" "This Is America" by Denial, the pseudonym of artist Daniel Bombardier, is a profound example of street pop art's capacity to engage with contemporary social issues. Released as a Printer's Proof (PP) in 2020, this limited edition print on 290gsm Moab Entrada fine art paper utilizes archival pigment to ensure lasting quality. Measuring 18x18 inches, each piece in this series is signed and marked by the artist, signifying its authenticity and exclusivity as part of a limited edition run. The artwork's stark, graphic quality and poignant textual message combine to form a piece that is both a visual statement and a commentary on the nation's state. Denial's work is known for its bold aesthetic that employs pop art and graffiti elements to convey messages about consumerism, politics, and social justice. "This Is America" is no exception, with its graphic depiction that plays on themes of identity, representation, and the American experience. The artwork's title, a question loaded with social and political undertones, invites viewers to ponder the reality of America's promise versus its actuality, especially concerning racial and social dynamics. Denial's Artistic Influence and Technique In the pop art tradition, Denial utilizes bright, arresting colors and stark contrasts to draw the viewer's eye and provoke a reaction. His technique is reminiscent of screen printing pioneers but with a modern twist that often incorporates elements of street art, such as stenciling and spray paint. The use of 290gsm Moab Entrada fine art paper in "This Is America" speaks to Denial's commitment to quality; the paper's substantial weight and smooth texture make it an ideal substrate for the archival pigment, ensuring that the colors and details of the print remain vibrant over time. The Printer's Proof designation of the print is significant within the art collecting community. Traditionally, Printer's Proofs are considered rare and valuable due to their limited number and the artist's direct involvement in the printing process. Denial's decision to sign and mark each print as PP sets it apart from standard editions, creating a deeper connection between the artist and the work and adding to the print's collectability. Street Pop Art and Its Role in Cultural Discourse Street pop art, as a hybrid of pop art's focus on mass culture and street art's raw, public-facing expression, has become an influential force in cultural discourse. Artists like Denial leverage the visibility and accessibility of street art to bring critical social issues to the forefront of public consciousness. "This Is America" serves as a visual catalyst for discussions about race, equality, and the American dream, effectively using the visual language of pop art to engage a broad audience in these conversations. The piece's direct and aggressive style is characteristic of street pop art's ability to challenge perceptions and inspire dialogue. Denial's work, particularly in this print, harnesses the power of graphic representation to address complex societal issues, making it a poignant example of how art can reflect and influence the times. In sum, "This Is America" by Denial is more than just a piece of modern artwork; it is a statement, a question, and a reflection of the times. Its place in the continuum of street pop art and graffiti artwork is solidified by its provocative imagery and the discussions it sparks. As a PP archival print, it stands as a testament to the enduring power of visual art to comment on and engage with the pressing issues of the day.

    $650.00

  • Sale -15% Saint Biggie Giclee Print by SSUR- Ruslan Karablin

    SSUR- Ruslan Karablin Saint Biggie Giclee Print by SSUR- Ruslan Karablin

    Saint Biggie Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist SSUR- Ruslan Karablin. Giclee print. Signed and numbered by SSUR, 2015. Edition of 13. Measures 18” x 24.” Original photo by Barron Claiborne.

    $518.00$440.00

  • Sale -15% Ali Canvas Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Ali Canvas Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Ali Canvas 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Cream Speckletone Paper by Shepard Fairey Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. Shepard Fairey (b. 1970) Ali Canvas, 2010 Screenprint in colors on speckled cream paper 24 x 18 inches (61 x 45.7 cm) (sheet) Ed. 227/450 Signed, numbered, and dated in pencil along lower edge Published by Obey Giant, Los Angeles

    $572.00$486.00

  • Winter breeAnne We the Future Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Winter breeAnne We the Future Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Winter breeAnne We the Future Hand-Pulled on Cream Speckletone Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork Obey Pop Culture Artist. 2018 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 450 Artwork Size 18x24 Silkscreen Print Winter BreeAnne represents a new generation of leadership and activism, embodied in the "We the Future" campaign, which is artfully captured in a limited edition silkscreen print by a renowned pop culture artist. Launched in 2018, this signed and numbered artwork is more than a visual piece; it’s a statement of empowerment and a beckoning for social participation. The artwork, pulled by hand on Cream Speckletone fine art paper, stands at an impressive 18x24 inches, making its presence as bold and thought-provoking as the message it carries. This limited edition print, with only 450 copies in existence, brings together the aesthetics of street art and the cultural influence of pop art. The artist's decision to use the hand-pulling technique, a time-honored method in screen printing, adds a layer of authenticity and craftsmanship to the work, honoring traditional practices in a modern context. The image of Winter BreeAnne is a vivid iconography, symbolizing the tireless efforts of youth activists who are not just speaking out but are leading the charge toward real change. As an element of pop and street art, this piece carries the undercurrents of rebellion and transformation. The term "Future Voter" emblazoned across BreeAnne's shirt is not merely a designation but a declaration of the coming influence of a generation ready to assert its power through civic engagement. The call to “Power to the Polls” amplifies this, pushing the narrative that every individual has a role in shaping the future. This sentiment is at the heart of pop art’s core ethos – a reflection of contemporary issues and a mirror to society’s values, hopes, and dreams. The artist behind this print is celebrated for their ability to capture the zeitgeist in their work, combining elements of propaganda, portraiture, and political messaging to create art that transcends the canvas and becomes a part of the public discourse. The use of vibrant colors, bold lines, and striking poses echoes the energy of street art murals, which often serve as beacons of community expression and are a testament to the power of public art to inspire and mobilize. The "We the Future" print is more than a decorative item; it's a cultural artifact that captures the essence of a movement, solidifying the voice of youth and the importance of participation in the democratic process. It’s an inspiration to the onlooker, serving as a reminder of the influence of the younger generation and the continuous, pulsating drumbeat of progress they bring to the political landscape.

    $588.00

  • Bad Brains Punk Showcase Rasta AP Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Bad Brains Punk Showcase Rasta AP Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Bad Brains Punk Showcase Rasta AP Artist Proof 5-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Cream Speckle Tone Paper by Shepard Fairey Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist For Musicians Bad Brains. AP Artist Proof 2016 Signed & Marked AP Limited Edition Artwork Size 18x24 Shepard Fairey's "Bad Brains Punk Showcase Rasta AP" is a culturally potent piece within the street pop and graffiti art landscape. As an artist proof of the limited edition series, this 5-color hand-pulled silkscreen print on cream speckle tone paper measures 18x24 inches and was released in 2016. Signed and marked as an artist-proof (AP), it is a collector's piece that delves into the pulsating heart of punk's ethos and reggae's rasta vibrations, manifested through the lens of Fairey's distinct style. This artwork resonates with the energy of Bad Brains, a band that epitomized the hardcore punk scene with its unique blend of punk and reggae, a hybrid that paralleled Fairey's melding of art forms. The print captures the band's spirit with the commanding phrase "Positive Mental Attitude!" a mantra that Bad Brains championed throughout their career. Fairey's work is a visual echo of this ethos, presenting the band members with a backdrop of rasta colors, which not only allude to their music's roots but also serve as a nod to a broader cultural movement. Fairey, known for his influence on street pop art through works like the iconic "OBEY" campaign and the Obama "HOPE" poster, continues his exploration of music's intersection with visual art in this print. The piece is saturated with the motifs of Fairey's "OBEY Propaganda" — the star, the bold lettering, and the stylized imagery. These elements merge, not promote a band, and celebrate an entire cultural movement, reflecting the potency of street pop art in capturing and promoting subcultural movements. The "Bad Brains Punk Showcase Rasta AP" print symbolizes Fairey's engagement with the punk scene and his ability to encapsulate its raw, unfiltered voice within his work. It's a testament to the enduring dialogue between music and visual art, which Fairey has continually fostered through his prints, murals, and street art. This piece doesn't just hang on a wall; it screams with the voice of a movement, echoing from the underground clubs to the sun-soaked streets where street art and graffiti have long found their home.

    $750.00

  • Soul Sister Silkscreen Print by Nate Duval

    Nate Duval Soul Sister Silkscreen Print by Nate Duval

    Soul Sister Hand-Pulled 2-Color Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Artist Nate Duval Limited Edition Pop Art Artwork. 2012 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 75 Artwork Size 18x24 Metallic Gold Ink "That is one funky momma’… Show your love for vinyl (after all, it does sound better) with this 2-color print (black and metallic gold!)18” x 24”, signed, limited edition of 75 posters." -Nate Duval

    $174.00

  • Smokey Robinson x Fairey Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Smokey Robinson x Fairey Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Smokey Robinson- Red 3-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Cream Speckle Tone Paper by Shepard Fairey Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist. Signed by Fairey & legendary music artist Smokey Robinson. Screen Print 18 x 24 inches Edition of 450 2010 "I was amazed when Smokey contacted me to do a portrait to commemorate his 50 years in the music business, and a little nostalgic at the thought of his impact on me as a kid. Smokey came into the studio to hang out and sign them. He's a really nice, upbeat guy who has a real lust for life, maybe that's why he looks like he hasn't aged in 30 years. Believe it or not, Smokey signed every single print with his very beautiful and painstaking signature. It's worth picking up a print for that alone. Mention the name Smokey Robinson and the first thing that automatically comes to mind is Motown. It's understandable given that it was Robinson's hits, first as the leader of the Miracles, and then later as a solo artist that propelled the famed label during the 60s." -Shepard Fairey

    $421.00

  • Sorry Is Not Enough PP Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Denial- Daniel Bombardier Sorry Is Not Enough PP Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Sorry Is Not Enough PP Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. PP Printers Proof 2020 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition Artwork Size 18x18 Archival Pigment Fine Art Denial's "Sorry Is Not Enough": A Striking Statement in Street Pop Art "Sorry Is Not Enough," a potent piece by the artist Denial, whose real name is Daniel Bombardier, encapsulates a powerful socio-political message within the framework of street pop art and graffiti artwork. This limited edition archival print is set on a 290gsm Moab Entrada fine art paper—a medium chosen for its durability and ability to hold vibrant pigments. As a Printer's Proof (PP) from 2020, it has a special place in the artist's portfolio, denoting a limited run personally overseen and marked by Denial himself. The piece's dimensions, an impactful 18x18 inches, provide a square canvas that compels the observer to confront the message head-on. The artwork is notable not only for its technical specifications but for its thematic boldness. It features a stylized depiction typical of Denial's work, with solid and contrasting colors and an iconic and enigmatic central figure. The text "Sorry Is Not Enough" boldly underscores the visual, serving as both a caption and a statement that amplifies the emotional resonance of the image. In street pop art, such directness is not uncommon; it's a genre that often seeks to communicate messages succinctly and powerfully, cutting through the noise to reach its audience. The Role of Printer's Proofs in Contemporary Street Art Printer's Proofs are traditionally part of an edition outside the regular numbered series, typically reserved for the artist's personal use. Their rarity and the artist's direct involvement in their creation often make them more valuable and sought after by collectors. Denial's "Sorry Is Not Enough" PP joins this tradition, allowing collectors to own a piece that comes directly from the artist's hand. The PP mark and Denial's signature confirm its authenticity and the print's status as a genuine piece of his oeuvre. In "Sorry Is Not Enough," Denial employs archival pigment in creating the fine art print, ensuring the longevity of the piece and the stability of its vibrant colors over time. Archival pigments are resistant to the fading and deterioration that often plague art materials, making them a favored choice for works meant to stand the test of time. This attention to longevity is a testament to the merging of street art's immediacy and the enduring nature of fine art. Street Pop Art as a Conduit for Social Commentary Denial's work, particularly this print, exemplifies street pop art's unique ability to serve as a conduit for social commentary. By leveraging the visual language of pop art—bold graphics, explicit imagery, and stark text—artists can communicate complex messages quickly and effectively. This piece, with its evocative facial expression and the simplicity of its accompanying text, invites reflection on the current societal discourse, encouraging the viewer to ponder the depth and sincerity behind apologies and the actions that necessitate them. "Sorry Is Not Enough" is a visual dialogue on accountability and the need for substantial action beyond mere words. This message is particularly resonant in an era where public figures and institutions are often called upon to address their wrongdoings. Denial's print captures this zeitgeist, challenging the viewer to consider what meaningful reparation might look like. In conclusion, "Sorry Is Not Enough" by Denial is a compelling example of how street pop art and graffiti artwork can encapsulate and communicate powerful sentiments. This piece not only reflects Denial's skill as an artist but also embodies the potential of street pop art to engage with and influence public discourse. Through his work, Denial continues to contribute to the rich tapestry of contemporary art, using his platform to provoke thought and inspire change.

    $650.00

African American

African American culture and identity. In graffiti art, African Americans are often depicted as powerful and heroic figures, while in pop art they are portrayed in a more humorous and ironic way. In graffiti art, African American culture is often celebrated through the use of bold colors and imagery. Graffiti artists have used their art to promote social justice and racial equality, often depicting African American leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X as symbols of strength and resilience. Additionally, graffiti art has been used to highlight the challenges faced by African Americans, such as police brutality and systemic racism. Many graffiti artists use their art to draw attention to these issues and call for change. In pop art, African Americans are often portrayed in a more satirical and humorous way. Pop artists like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein used African American cultural references, such as images of black athletes and musicians, as a way to comment on popular culture and consumerism. However, some pop artists also used their art to critique the ways in which African Americans were portrayed in mainstream media, challenging negative stereotypes and promoting positive images of black culture. In addition to celebrating African American culture and identity, graffiti art has also been used to address social issues that disproportionately affect the black community. For example, some graffiti artists have used their art to call attention to the school-to-prison pipeline, which refers to the practice of funneling students, particularly students of color, out of the public school system and into the criminal justice system. Graffiti art has also been used to address issues such as gentrification, poverty, and access to healthcare. Pop art has also been used to address social issues affecting the black community. Pop artists like Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat used their art to critique the racial inequality and social injustice they saw around them. Basquiat, in particular, used his art to highlight the ways in which black culture had been appropriated by white artists and popular culture. Both graffiti art and pop art have also been used as a way for African American artists to claim their place in the art world. Historically, black artists have faced barriers to entry in the art world, with many struggling to find representation and recognition for their work. Graffiti art and pop art have provided alternative avenues for African American artists to express themselves and gain visibility. In recent years, African American artists have continued to use graffiti art and pop art as a way to explore and express their identities and experiences. This has led to a vibrant and diverse body of work that continues to challenge and inspire audiences around the world.

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