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  • Shakespeare State II HPM Serigraph Print by Steve Kaufman SAK

    Steve Kaufman SAK Shakespeare State II HPM Serigraph Print by Steve Kaufman SAK

    Purchase Shakespeare State II Limited Edition Hand-Embellished HPM Silkscreen Print on Canvas by Steve Kaufman Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Large Custom Frame. Certificate of tierage verso. Dated 1996. Screenprint on canvas with hand embellishment. Shakespeare State II. Dimensions: (Frame) H 50.75" x W 41.5", (Sight)H 43.5" x W 34.5"Condition: Two small punctures to lower right. By 16, Kaufman was going to Studio 54 and mixing with denizens of the 70’s New York art scene. In 1981 Kaufman met Andy Warhol, who became a significant influence on the 19-year-old Kaufman, who worked under Warhol as his assistant at his studio, The Factory, producing original paintings and silkscreens. During this time Kaufman designed theme parties for various nightclubs, sold paintings to the likes of Calvin Klein and Steve Rubell, and even designed the graphics for NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.”


  • Nothing Exists! Art Book by Cyrcle

    Cyrcle Nothing Exists! Art Book by Cyrcle

    Purchase Nothing Exists! Limited Edition art book with graffiti street artist modern pop artworks by Cyrcle. "This is a book of poetry...NOTHING EXISTS! is an exploration of the space between all that matters. Nothing exists is a philosophical quandary, a statement comprised of absolute polarities, in which its meaning is inherently dependent on one’s perception. This composition presents us with the opportunity to think critically. Whether abstract or rational this contradiction confronts us with a perplexing challenge, testing both our beliefs and knowledge. Somewhere between something and nothing exists a space of uncertainty. This moment is immeasurable, yet more substantial than that which is tangible. Nothing exists, it is waiting to be defined. Questioning this requires faith and fact. The more we understand that nothing is something, we realize nothing exists. See blind. Hear silence. Feel the truth." - Cyrcle



Graffiti Art: A Vibrant Aspect of Street Pop Art

Graffiti Art, often synonymous with Street Pop Art, represents a dynamic and vibrant artistic expression that has evolved significantly over the years. Initially perceived as vandalism, graffiti has transcended its controversial beginnings to become a respected and influential aspect of contemporary art. Graffiti artists use city walls, subways, and public spaces as their canvases, bringing color and social commentary to urban landscapes. This art form is characterized by its bold and striking imagery, often featuring stylized lettering and graphic illustrations. The raw, spontaneous nature of graffiti art reflects the artists' desire for self-expression and connection to the streets, making it an authentic representation of urban life.

Graffiti Art Prints: Bringing Street Art Indoors

As graffiti art gained recognition, the demand for graffiti art prints surged, allowing this outdoor art form to be appreciated in indoor spaces. Graffiti art prints are high-quality reproductions of original street art, often created by photographing the artwork and then printing it on various materials like canvas, paper, or metal. These prints enable art enthusiasts to own a piece of street culture without altering or damaging the original works. Graffiti art prints are popular among collectors and serve as an accessible way for the general public to engage with street art. They capture the essence of the original graffiti while offering versatility and the convenience of being displayed in personal or professional spaces.

Graffiti Original Art: Authentic Expressions of Urban Culture

Graffiti original art is the work created directly by the artists, typically on public surfaces. These original pieces are considered more valuable due to their authenticity and the artist's direct involvement. Graffiti original art often carries significant cultural and social messages, reflecting the artists' thoughts, aspirations, and frustrations and the communities they represent. These works' spontaneous and impermanent nature adds to their appeal, as many are eventually painted over or destroyed, making existing pieces rare and sought-after. Collecting original graffiti art is not only about owning a unique piece of art; it's also about preserving a moment in the ever-changing landscape of urban culture.

Pop Art Sculptures: A 3D Extension of Street Pop Art

Pop Art Sculptures represent another fascinating aspect of Street Pop Art. These three-dimensional sculptures incorporate elements of popular culture, consumerism, and mass media, akin to the themes explored in traditional pop art. Artists creating pop art sculptures often use materials like plastic, metal, or mixed media to craft figures, objects, and installations that challenge conventional perceptions of art and culture. These sculptures can be whimsical, provocative, or ironic, often blurring the lines between high art and everyday objects. Pop art sculptures add depth and texture to street pop art, offering viewers a tangible and interactive experience that complements the visual impact of graffiti art. Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork embody a rich tapestry of artistic expression that continues to evolve and influence the broader art world. From the walls of city streets to the galleries of art collectors, these art forms demonstrate the power of creativity and the importance of giving a voice to urban experiences.
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