Aled Lewis

3 artworks

  • High Three Giclee Print by Aled Lewis

    Aled Lewis High Three Giclee Print by Aled Lewis

    High Three Limited Edition Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper by Aled Lewis. 2014 Numbered Limited Edition of 30 Artwork Size 12x12 TMNT Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles High-Five 8-Bit Style Giclee Print. Convergence of Digital Art and Street Pop Culture Aled Lewis's "High Three" is a limited edition giclée print that encapsulates the crossover appeal of counter-culture street artist art within the spectrum of pop art, street art, and graffiti art. The 2014 creation is a numbered edition of 30, each measuring 12x12 inches, and embodies the playful spirit and vibrant dynamism of the artist's style. "High Three" stands out for its 8-bit style representation of an iconic scene that melds nostalgia with the modern. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT), a staple of pop culture, are reimagined in a pixelated form that harks back to the era of retro video games. This piece is not merely a giclée print but a bridge connecting the dots between the digital art of early gaming culture and the expressive freedom of Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork. Aled Lewis's Artistic Approach A marks Lewis’s approach to art. A distinct infusion of humor and cultural references marks Lewis's approach to art. The "High Three" is a playful take on the traditional high-five, celebrating victory, camaraderie, and the quirks of turtle anatomy. The print's composition, with its bright, contrasting colors and blocky visual aesthetic, is instantly recognizable and accessible, making it a beloved piece for art collectors and pop culture enthusiasts. The artwork serves as a cultural commentary, reflecting on the zeitgeist of the '80s and '90s while resonating with contemporary audiences. The use of the TMNT in the art piece is a strategic choice that leverages the viewer's sense of nostalgia while engaging with the aesthetics of video game art that has permeated the street art scene. The giclée printing technique used by Lewis for "High Three" is notable for its high fidelity and color accuracy, which preserve the vibrancy and detail of the original digital design. Printed on fine art paper, the work bridges the gap between digital art and traditional printmaking, offering a tactile experience that compliments the visual playfulness of the piece. Impact of "High Three" on Street Art "High Three" is significant not just as a piece of art but as a reflection of digital culture's impact on Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork. It represents a shift in the medium and subject matter, where the lines between street art, pop art, and digital art become blurred, allowing for a broader interpretation and appreciation of contemporary art. Aled Lewis's "High Three" is a testament to the evolving narrative of street art and its interaction with pop culture. With its limited availability and distinctive style, the piece is a highly sought-after item among collectors. It is a perfect example of how traditional street art can adapt and thrive in the digital age. It celebrates the convergence of art forms and the enduring appeal of pop culture icons.


  • War & Pizza Giclee Print by Aled Lewis

    Aled Lewis War & Pizza Giclee Print by Aled Lewis

    War & Pizza Limited Edition Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper by Aled Lewis counter-culture street artist art. TMNT Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 8bit style print.


  • Ron Burgundy Jazz Flute At Tino's Silkscreen by by Aled Lewis

    Aled Lewis Ron Burgundy Jazz Flute At Tino's Silkscreen by by Aled Lewis

    Ron Burgundy Jazz Flute At Tino's Orange Variant Movie Music 3-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Aled Lewis Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. Variant 'Ron Burgundy Jazz Flute At Tino's' by Aled Lewis is part of Gallery1988's 'A Tribute To Judd Apatow: an art show inspired by a comedic producer


Aled Lewis - Sprayed Paint Art Collection

Aled Lewis is a contemporary artist and designer known for his playful and imaginative approach to art. Born in Wales in 1980, Lewis is currently based in Los Angeles, California. Lewis's work spans various mediums, including illustration, photography, and design. He is perhaps best known for his series of "Toy Stories" images, which depict vintage toys and action figures in amusing and unexpected scenarios. In these works, Lewis combines his love for toys with his talent for storytelling, creating scenes that are both nostalgic and whimsical. One of Lewis's most famous works is a photograph titled "The Strongest Man in the World," which features a muscular action figure lifting a tiny car. The image has become a popular internet meme and has been shared widely on social media. In addition to his "Toy Stories" series, Lewis has created illustrations for magazines, books, and advertising campaigns. He has also designed products such as t-shirts, phone cases, and prints, which feature his unique style and sense of humor. Lewis's work has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world, including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver. He has also won numerous awards for his art and design, including a Cannes Lion for his work on a Nike advertising campaign. Overall, Aled Lewis is a talented and imaginative artist whose work has captured the hearts of many. Whether he is creating a whimsical toy story or designing a clever t-shirt, Lewis's art is always playful, inventive, and full of humor.

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