African American

9 artworks


  • Trouble !! Ice Cube Silkscreen by Mark Drew

    Mark Drew Trouble !! Ice Cube Silkscreen by Mark Drew

    Trouble !! Ice Cube Silkscreen by Mark Drew Hand-Pulled 4-Color Screen Print on Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. 2022 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 1425 Artwork Size 18x18 Snoopy Playing Basketball Sport in a Fade Thinking "Get Me On The Court An Im Trouble" The artwork "Trouble !! Ice Cube Silkscreen" by Mark Drew captures a playful and nostalgic sentiment through its striking visual language. This hand-pulled 4-color screen print on fine art paper is a testament to Drew's ability to blend pop culture with the tactile charm of street art. The limited edition piece, signed and numbered by the artist, presents a unique juxtaposition of Snoopy, the beloved canine from Charles Schulz's "Peanuts" comic strip, engaging in a game of basketball. The image of Snoopy poised to play, paired with the thought "Get Me On The Court An' I'm Trouble," offers a whimsical take on athletic prowess and determination. Crafted in 2022, the artwork measures 18x18 inches, showcasing Drew's skill in utilizing a bold and vibrant color palette that stands out in pop and street art. The screen printing process used by Drew allows each layer of color to be applied with precision, creating a crisp, clean image that is both modern and evocative of the classic street art style. The limited edition nature of this piece adds to its exclusivity and collectibility, making it a coveted item for enthusiasts of pop art, street art, and those who appreciate the crossovers between popular culture and fine art. Drew's work often explores themes of nostalgia, blending childhood icons with contemporary elements, and this piece is no exception. The playful energy of Snoopy as an athlete, combined with the urban aesthetic of graffiti art, reflects a cultural narrative that spans generations. It's a visual commentary on the influence of popular media on our collective consciousness, a celebration of how characters like Snoopy have shaped and been reshaped by artistic movements like pop art and street art. In the broader context of Mark Drew's portfolio, "Trouble !! Ice Cube Silkscreen" is a reflective and innovative creation. It embodies the fusion of various artistic expressions, from the simplicity and charm of comic strips to the raw vitality of street art. This artwork is not just a character representation; it is a cultural statement that resonates with a wide audience, capturing the spirit of a character well-loved for his adventures and now for his unexpected prowess on the basketball court.

    $490.00

  • 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

  • Crown Oversized Archival Print by Marly Mcfly

    Marly Mcfly Crown Oversized Archival Print by Marly Mcfly

    Crown- Oversized Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Paper by Artist Marly Mcfly, Street Pop Art Graffiti Legend. 2022 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 27 Size 20x20

    $337.00

  • Black Dynamite Blacklight Silkscreen Print by Jeremy Wheeler

    Jeremy Wheeler Black Dynamite Blacklight Silkscreen Print by Jeremy Wheeler

    Black Dynamite Blacklight Limited Edition 6-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Jeremy Wheeler Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art.

    $129.00

  • Spider Curry Archival Print by Naturel- Lawrence Atoigue

    Naturel- Lawrence Atoigue Spider Curry Archival Print by Naturel- Lawrence Atoigue

    Spider Curry Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 340gsm Cold Press Natural Paper by Artist Naturel, Street Pop Art Graffiti Legend. 2022 Signed Limited Edition of 100 Size 13.5x19 Naturel's "Spider Curry": A Vivid Intersection of Sports and Superhero Lore The piece "Spider Curry" stands as a vibrant testimony to the imaginative prowess of Naturel, the acclaimed Street Pop Art Graffiti legend. This 2022 signed limited edition print, restricted to a batch of 100 and sized at 13.5x19 inches, is a remarkable representation of how pop culture icons can be reinterpreted within the urban art movement. Printed on 340gsm Cold Press Natural Paper, the work is a fusion of sports enthusiasm with the fantastical elements of superhero narratives, showcased through the figure of a stylized character that merges basketball superstar Stephen Curry with the iconic Spider-Man. Lawrence Atoigue, professionally known as Naturel, is a visionary artist whose work often blends geometric abstraction with figurative realism. His unique style is a staple within the Street Pop Art genre, and "Spider Curry" encapsulates his skill at marrying culturally relevant motifs with a contemporary art aesthetic. Artistic Expression in "Spider Curry" "Spider Curry" captures the dynamism and fluidity of movement synonymous with both the agility of a superhero and the athleticism of a professional basketball player. Naturel’s technique is characterized by a bold, faceted form that breaks down images into their geometric constituents, resulting in a piece that is at once familiar and novel. The use of archival pigment ensures that the art is long-lasting, with colors that remain true and vibrant over time, much like the lasting legacies of the icons it represents. This print, set against a background that suggests both the texture of a basketball and the angularity of a spider's web, speaks to Naturel's adeptness in creating layers of meaning through visual art. The synthesis of superhero elements and basketball imagery invites viewers to reflect on the ideals of heroism, excellence, and the larger-than-life figures that inspire society. Naturel's Impact on the Genre of Street Pop Art Naturel’s contributions to Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork are substantial. His approach to art disrupts the traditional graffiti aesthetic, pushing towards a blend of fine art, street culture, and pop iconography. "Spider Curry" is a reflection of this disruption, showcasing the artist's distinctive style and his contribution to evolving street art into a form that resonates with a broader audience. By producing works like "Spider Curry," Naturel has played a pivotal role in the redefinition of urban art and its place within contemporary culture. The limited edition nature of the print adds an element of collectibility, further bridging the gap between street art's ephemeral origins and the permanence of fine art. Through his work, Naturel underscores the significance of graffiti art as a valid and vital form of artistic expression, capable of capturing the spirit of the times and the passions of the public. "Spider Curry" exemplifies the transformative potential of Street Pop Art, marking Naturel as an artist who is not only a part of the street art narrative but also an innovator who continually expands its boundaries. Through his work, viewers are invited to appreciate the artistic genius found in the streets and the capacity of urban art to encapsulate the heroics found in both comic books and sports arenas.

    $283.00

  • Flynamic Duo 66' Art Toy by Hebru Brantley Flynamic Duo 66' Art Toy by Hebru Brantley

    Hebru Brantley Flynamic Duo 66' Art Toy by Hebru Brantley

    Flynamic Duo 66' Art Toy by Hebru Brantley Limited Edition Vinyl Sculpture Collectible Artwork by Pop Street Artist. 2022 Limited Edition of 325 Artwork Size Batboy 16” Sparrow 13” New In Box Stamped/Printed Hebru Brantley is a Chicago-based artist known for his unique visual style that combines elements of graffiti, street art, and comic book illustrations. His work often features a recurring cast of characters, with Batboy and Sparrow being the most prominent ones. These characters are meant to represent the experience of African American youth and their potential to be heroes in their own stories. "Flynamic Duo 66'" is an Art Toy collaboration that pays homage to Hebru Brantley's iconic characters, Batboy and Sparrow. This limited-edition collectible brings the duo to life in 3D form, giving fans a tangible representation of the characters they love. The number '66' in the title may represent the limited number of pieces in the edition or reference another aspect of the work. Art toys, also known as designer toys, are collectible pieces that merge the worlds of contemporary art and toy culture. These limited-edition toys are often produced in collaboration with well-known artists, making them highly sought after by fans and collectors alike.

    $2,823.00

  • Black Cat Archival Print by Naturel- Lawrence Atoigue

    Naturel- Lawrence Atoigue Black Cat Archival Print by Naturel- Lawrence Atoigue

    Black Cat Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 340gsm Cold Press Natural Paper by Artist Naturel, Street Pop Art Graffiti Legend. 2022 Signed Limited Edition of 100 Size 13.5x19

    $283.00

  • Sale -15% WK James HPM Archival Print by WK Interact

    WK Interact WK James HPM Archival Print by WK Interact

    WK- James Embellished Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on 32lbs Bond Paper by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist WK Interact. Customized with a unique Embellished Sprayed Paint UPS shipping label. Ink Injection 2 color print, on 32 lb. Bond paper Size 36" x 55" Limited edition of 15 Signed and fingerprint by artist

    $518.00$440.00

  • 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

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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