Animal Activism & Protest

5 artworks

  • Garfield Lasagna Bomber Art Toy by Ndikol Garfield Lasagna Bomber Art Toy by Ndikol

    Ndikol Garfield Lasagna Bomber Art Toy by Ndikol

    Garfield Lasagna Bomber Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Ndikol. 2021 Garfield 7” Vinyl Art Toy Limited Edition Hasta lasagna, don't get any on ya! Known for being lazy and sarcastic, he packs one mean throw. Keep the Mondays away from Lasagna Bomber by Ndikol unless you want a dish of lasagna hurled straight to your face. Stylized in the stencil-like finish and the iconic pose you’ve come to know from Ndikol, Lasagna Bomber puts a multi-layered twist to our favorite orange tabby cat. Contrasting black and white details with a boxful of yummy, cheesy, lasagna, you know you want to be on his side of the food fight. LICENSEE AND MANUFACTURED BY: Mighty Jaxx International Pte Ltd


  • Pride Fashion EDC SuperGuggi Art Toy Guggimon x SuperPlastic Pride Fashion EDC SuperGuggi Art Toy Guggimon x SuperPlastic

    Guggimon Pride Fashion EDC SuperGuggi Art Toy Guggimon x SuperPlastic

    Pride Fashion EDC SuperGuggi Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Guggimon. PRIDE was created at Guggi’s historic after-after party when vibes were running high and electrolytes were running low


  • Merica Ting Art Toy by Sket-One Merica Ting Art Toy by Sket-One

    Sket-One Merica Ting Art Toy by Sket-One

    Merica Ting Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Sket-One. 2021 Box Signed Limited Edition of 150 Artwork Size 7.5 inches Tall Displayed With Box.


  • Global Warming Inked Art Toy Sculpture by Kerby Rosanes Global Warming Inked Art Toy Sculpture by Kerby Rosanes

    Kerby Rosanes Global Warming Inked Art Toy Sculpture by Kerby Rosanes

    Global Warming- Inked Limited Edition Polystone Sculpture Artwork by graffiti street artist modern pop artist Kerby Rosanes. 2021 Limited Edition 8" Polystone Sculpture New in Box. Inked Edition. The Symbology of Global Warming "Global Warning" is not just a sculpture but a visual narrative that captures the essence of street pop art and graffiti artwork. In this piece, a polar bear, an emblematic figure of climate change's dire consequences, perches atop a skull—a universal symbol of mortality and warning. The skull, often found in Rosanes' works, is not only a motif that resonates with the edgy and raw nature of street art but also a poignant reminder of the impermanence of life and the fragility of the natural world. The bear's poised and contemplative stance may be interpreted as a reflection on the current state of the environment, a theme that is urgent and relevant. The sculpture's name, "Global Warning," is a play on words, alluding to the global warming crisis while simultaneously issuing a warning about the potential fate of the planet. This clever wordplay indicates the thought-provoking nature inherent in Rosanes' creations. Kerby Rosanes' "Global Warning" is a sculpture that deftly conveys a critical message through street pop art and graffiti artwork. This 2021 limited edition polystone piece stands 8 inches tall and arrives in pristine condition, packaged within a box that ensures the artwork's protection and integrity. As a part of a unique series, this "Inked Edition" holds a special place in collectible art, especially among enthusiasts of Rosanes' work and collectors who appreciate the fusion of contemporary street art aesthetics with pressing global themes. The sculpture itself is a testament to Rosanes' mastery of ink-based artistry. Every inch of "Global Warning" is adorned with detailed lines drawn in ink, showcasing a level of intricacy that renders the addition of color superfluous. In this monochromatic world, the stark contrast of black and white does more than capture the observer's eye—it tells a story, ssues a statement, and provokes thought about our ecosystem's delicate balance. Monochrome as a Medium In the vast spectrum of street pop art, color plays a vital role in conveying emotion and building atmosphere. However, Rosanes takes an alternative route with the "Inked Edition" of "Global Warning." By employing only shades of black and white, he challenges the viewer to focus on the form, texture, and symbolism without the distraction of color. This choice is deliberate and impactful, as it mirrors the stark reality of environmental issues—often seen in black-and-white terms: action or inaction, survival or extinction. Rosanes' monochromatic approach also pays homage to the roots of graffiti artwork, which often started with only a can of spray paint and a wall as a canvas. In this sense, the "Inked Edition" bridges the traditional graffiti art style and the contemporary discourse on climate change. Artistry Meets Advocacy The intersection of art and advocacy is where Rosanes' "Global Warning" stakes its claim in the art world. It is a powerful representation of street pop art's ability to address societal issues head-on. The "Inked Edition" serves as a decorative piece and a call to awareness and action. Here, Rosanes' work transcends the boundaries of conventional artwork, becoming a beacon for environmental activism within the artistic community. As an object of art, "Global Warning" carries the weight of its message, harnessing the raw energy and spirit of street pop art and graffiti to highlight a pressing global challenge. Rosanes' choice to use polystone—a material known for its durability and fine detail—further amplifies the permanence of the message, suggesting that the issues of environmental degradation will not simply fade away. In the dynamic and ever-evolving world of street pop art and graffiti artwork, Kerby Rosanes' "Global Warning" stands out as a poignant, compelling work that captures the zeitgeist of our times. It serves as a stark reminder of the environmental issues that confront us and the power of art to elevate critical conversations within the public sphere. Through this limited-edition sculpture, Rosanes continues to inspire, provoke, and challenge, solidifying his place as a modern pop artist of significant influence.


  • The Pursuit AP Silkscreen Print by Lee Eelus

    Lee Eelus The Pursuit AP Silkscreen Print by Lee Eelus

    The Pursuit AP Silkscreen Print by Lee Eelus Hand-Pulled 9-Color Screen Print on Deckled 410gsm Somerset Satin White Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. AP Artist Proof 2021 Signed & Marked AP Limited Edition Artwork Size 24.01x30.70 Lee Eelus is a contemporary British artist, known for creating thought-provoking and visually engaging street and stencil art. His work often combines dark humor with striking visuals, and he has gained a dedicated following for his innovative style and approach. "The Pursuit" is a silkscreen print by Lee Eelus. It showcases his signature style, using a limited color palette and intricate stenciling techniques to create depth and contrast. The artwork often carries themes of conflict, struggle, or journey, reflecting the pursuit of something or someone. While I do not have a specific description of this particular piece since it is possible that it is a unique or lesser-known work by the artist, Eelus' other works generally feature images of people or animals caught in a moment of tension or action. They often have a sense of movement and urgency to them, as the title "The Pursuit" suggests.


Animal Activism & Protest Graffiti Street Pop Artwork

Animal Activism in the Realm of Street Art

Animal activism has found a powerful ally in street pop art and graffiti, where artists around the globe have taken to the streets to create visuals that advocate for the rights and welfare of animals. This form of activism harnesses the public and democratic nature of street art to bring attention to the plight of animals, challenging passersby to consider the moral implications of their interactions with and treatment of non-human beings. Animal activism has been a prominent theme in various art forms, and graffiti street pop art is no exception. Graffiti artists often use their creative abilities to raise awareness about important social and environmental issues; animal rights are a topic that resonates with many. By incorporating animal activism themes into their work, graffiti artists can provoke thought and spark conversations around the treatment of animals, factory farming, and wildlife conservation. Here are some ways in which animal activism can be integrated into graffiti street pop art: Eye-catching murals: Graffiti artists can create large, attention-grabbing murals that showcase animals in their natural habitats or depict the cruelty of certain practices such as factory farming or animal testing. These works can serve as a stark reminder of the realities many animals face and encourage viewers to consider the implications of their actions. Animal portraits: Artists can create striking portraits of endangered or mistreated animals to raise awareness about their plights. These portraits can humanize the animals and evoke empathy from viewers, encouraging them to learn more about the issues and take action. Thought-provoking slogans: Graffiti art can include text and slogans that challenge the status quo and prompt reflection. Artists can incorporate phrases such as "End Factory Farming," "Cruelty-Free," or "Protect Wildlife" to highlight animal activism issues and encourage change. Symbolism and metaphor: Artists can use symbolism and metaphors to create thought-provoking artwork underscoring the connection between humans and animals. For example, they might depict animals wearing human clothing or participating in human activities to emphasize our shared experiences and the importance of treating all living beings with respect and compassion. Collaborations with animal rights organizations: Graffiti artists can partner with animal rights organizations to create street art campaigns that raise awareness about specific issues or events. These collaborations can amplify the message and reach a wider audience, promoting animal activism on a larger scale. Interactive art installations: Artists can create interactive installations that invite the public to engage with the issue of animal activism. For example, they could create a mural where passersby can add their messages or artwork supporting animal rights, creating a collective piece that reflects the community's concerns. Stencil art: Stencil art can be a quick and effective way to spread a message. Artists can create stencils of animal rights-related images or phrases and apply them to various surfaces around the city, creating a visual reminder of the importance of animal activism. Incorporating QR codes and augmented reality: To further engage viewers and provide additional information, artists can incorporate QR codes or augmented reality elements into their artwork. When scanned or viewed through a mobile device, these codes can lead to informative websites or videos that provide more context and resources about animal activism. Using their talent and creativity, graffiti street pop artists have the power to generate awareness and inspire change around animal activism.

Street Pop Art's Role in the Animal Rights Movement

In their quest to promote animal activism, street artists often portray animals in situations that call attention to their suffering or exploitation. These artworks are poignant reminders of the oft-overlooked creatures that share our planet. Murals might depict animals in captivity, contrasted with their natural habitats, to highlight the stark difference between their lives in the wild and confinement. Other pieces may feature endangered species, bringing awareness to the issues of habitat destruction and human encroachment. Creating such pieces in public means that animal activism art is accessible to all, circumventing traditional media channels that may neglect these issues. By placing these messages in urban environments, the artists link the daily lives of city dwellers with the broader ecological web, reminding them that urban life does not exist in isolation from the natural world. Street pop art, with its roots in rebellion and subversion, naturally aligns with the objectives of the animal rights movement. It is a form of visual protest that can be simultaneously beautiful and unsettling. Artists utilize a variety of styles, from hyper-realistic depictions to abstract representations, to convey their messages. Some may employ shock tactics, while others opt for a more empathetic approach, inviting onlookers to empathize with the subjects of their art. The power of street pop art in animal activism lies in its ability to start conversations and prompt personal reflections on animal rights issues. Artists like Banksy have brought international attention to animal activism through their work, using their art to criticize practices such as animal testing, the meat industry, and the use of fur in fashion. The intersection of animal activism and street art is potent, offering a canvas for raising awareness, inciting change, and expressing solidarity with the non-human inhabitants of our world. These artworks beautify the urban landscape and imbue it with a sense of purpose and urgency, advocating for the protection and respect of all living beings.
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