Arm Hand & Fist

128 artworks


  • Guru del Toro Maestro of Monsters Art Toy by Chogrin x Unruly Industries Guru del Toro Maestro of Monsters Art Toy by Chogrin x Unruly Industries

    Chogrin Guru del Toro Maestro of Monsters Art Toy by Chogrin x Unruly Industries

    Guru del Toro- Maestro of Monsters Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Sculpture Collectible Artwork by Pop Modern Artist Chogrin x Unruly Industries. 2019 Limited Edition of 400 Size 10.5x7 New In Box Stamped/Printed New In Box Guru del Toro Maestro of Monsters Art Toy by Chogrin x Unruly Industries Let Guru del Toro be your guide into the darkest depths of fantasy! This designer toy by artist Chogrin honors the Maestro of Monsters, who holds countless universes in his hands, claws, and tentacles. "This figure is based on an illustration I created in tribute to Guillermo del Toro and his filmography. Guillermo has always been a patron for misunderstood creatures and an inspiration for artists around the world. I wanted to create something that captured all those things in one. And so, I give you Guru del Toro, Maestro of Monsters!" -Chogrin

    $129.00

  • No Companion Trust No One Classic Art Toy Sculpture by Abell Octovan No Companion Trust No One Classic Art Toy Sculpture by Abell Octovan

    Abell Octovan No Companion Trust No One Classic Art Toy Sculpture by Abell Octovan

    No Companion- Trust No One Classic Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Sculpture Collectible Artwork by Pop Modern Artist Abell Octovan. 2021 Limited Edition Size 8" Tall New In Box Stamped/Printed/COA Paying tribute to vintage illustration styles, No Companion: Trust No One (Classic Edition) by Abell Octovan features unique details reminiscent of etching. Like the smell of old books, this piece hits you with a wave of nostalgia. Not every fairytale ends with a happily-ever-after, but every shelf deserves a classic like this piece.

    $303.00

  • Untitled from Blame Game- #10 Hand on Brow Silkscreen Print by Kaws- Brian Donnelly Untitled from Blame Game- #10 Hand on Brow - Sprayed Paint Art Collection

    Kaws- Brian Donnelly Untitled from Blame Game- #10 Hand on Brow Silkscreen Print by Kaws- Brian Donnelly

    Untitled from Blame Game- #10 Hand on Brow Hand-Pulled 11-Color Silkscreen Print on Saunders Waterford Hi-White Paper by Artist Kaws- Brian Donnelly Street Art Limited Edition Artwork. 2014 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 100 Artwork Size 23x35 Framed With a Large Custom Frame and Mat, Slight Feather Scuff To Lower Middle White. KAWS (b. 1974) Untitled from Blame Game, 2014 Screenprint in colors on Saunders Waterford Hi-White paper 35 x 23 inches (88.9 x 58.4 cm) (sheet) Ed. 100 Signed, numbered, and dated in pencil along the lower edge. Published by Pace Prints, New York The Expressive Nuance of KAWS' "Untitled from Blame Game - #10 Hand on Brow" The "Untitled from Blame Game - #10 Hand on Brow" stands as a significant piece within the oeuvre of KAWS, the artistic alias of Brian Donnelly. This piece is part of a limited series, a hand-pulled 11-color silkscreen print on Saunders Waterford Hi-White paper, known for its exceptional quality and resilience. The artwork, measuring 35 x 23 inches, is one of a limited edition set of 100, each signed, numbered, and dated by the artist in pencil along the lower edge, showcasing his direct involvement and personal touch in each piece. Released in 2014 and published by Pace Prints in New York, this work is framed within a large custom frame and mat, which elegantly encases the artwork and enhances its display. The "Hand on Brow" motif featured in print indicates KAWS' unique and recognizable visual language, frequently including bold colors, graphic shapes, and the reimagined characters that have become central to his art. The slight feather scuff to the lower middle white of the print may suggest the hands-on process involved in creating these works, emphasizing their handmade nature and the authenticity of the screen printing process. KAWS: Bridging Street Art and the Fine Art Sphere KAWS' journey from a graffiti artist tagging the streets of Jersey City to a global art phenomenon encapsulates the transformative power of street pop art and its ability to permeate the fine art world. His background in graffiti is evident in the freeform and expressive quality of his work, yet there is a sophistication to his approach that aligns with delicate art sensibilities. His "Untitled from Blame Game - #10 Hand on Brow" vividly represents this crossover, presenting a visual dialogue that is accessible yet complex, playful yet profound. Using an 11-color palette in the silkscreen process is particularly noteworthy, allowing KAWS to layer colors with precision and create images with depth and vibrancy. The choice of Saunders Waterford Hi-White paper reflects his commitment to quality, as it is a preferred substrate for fine art prints due to its superior texture and durability. Like many in KAWS' body of work, this piece is a sophisticated confluence of street art's edginess and pop art's mass appeal. Cultural Resonance of KAWS' Limited Edition Prints KAWS' prints, especially those within the "Blame Game" series, resonate culturally due to their commentary on social constructs and individual experience. The recurring themes in his work, including isolation, companionship, and contemplation, are universally relevant, allowing his art to speak to a diverse audience. His "Untitled from Blame Game - #10 Hand on Brow" encapsulates these themes, employing his iconic crossed-out eyes and abstracted figures to invite introspection and emotional response. As a limited edition piece, this artwork occupies a special place in street pop and graffiti art narratives. Collectors and enthusiasts value KAWS' prints for their artistic merit, rarity, and investment potential. The art of KAWS, particularly pieces like "Untitled from Blame Game - #10 Hand on Brow," continues to influence the trajectory of street-inspired art, commanding attention in urban environments and refined gallery spaces. In conclusion, "Untitled from Blame Game - #10 Hand on Brow" is a testament to KAWS' masterful blend of street art's spontaneity with the calculated craft of fine art printmaking. This piece symbolizes the artist's capacity to engage with viewers on multiple levels, offering a visual feast that is as thought-provoking as aesthetically pleasing. As street pop art continues to evolve, the work of KAWS is a pivotal point of reference, blurring the lines between subcultures and mainstream art forms.

    $30,963.00

  • Untitled from Blame Game #3 Upside Down Face Silkscreen Print by Kaws- Brian Donnelly

    Kaws- Brian Donnelly Untitled from Blame Game #3 Upside Down Face Silkscreen Print by Kaws- Brian Donnelly

    Untitled from Blame Game- #3 Upside Down Face Hand-Pulled 11-Color Silkscreen Print on Saunders Waterford Hi-White Paper by Artist Kaws- Brian Donnelly Street Art Limited Edition Artwork. 2014 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 100 Artwork Size 23x35 Framed With Large Custom Frame & Mat. KAWS (b. 1974) Untitled from Blame Game, 2014 Screenprint in colors on Saunders Waterford Hi-White paper 35 x 23 inches (88.9 x 58.4 cm) (sheet) Ed. 100 Signed, numbered, and dated in pencil along the lower edge. Published by Pace Prints, New York Unveiling KAWS' "Untitled from Blame Game - #3 Upside Down Face" In the dynamic intersection of street pop art and graffiti artwork, few names are as resonant as that of KAWS, the pseudonym of American artist Brian Donnelly. Born in 1974, KAWS has become an icon of contemporary art, bridging the worlds of art and mainstream culture. His piece, "Untitled from Blame Game - #3 Upside Down Face," is a compelling demonstration of his prowess in the art form. Created in 2014, this artwork is part of a limited edition of 100 hand-pulled 11-color silkscreen prints on Saunders Waterford Hi-White paper, each bearing the artist's signature, number, and date along the lower edge. Published by Pace Prints, New York, this piece exemplifies the seamless blend of commercial and fine art that KAWS is renowned for. The artwork is a bold expression of KAWS' unique aesthetic, featuring a signature character with an 'X' for each eye, a motif he has become famous for. This print, which is 35 x 23 inches, is framed with a large custom frame and mat, enhancing its visual impact. The 11-color silkscreen printing technique is a testament to KAWS' dedication to craftsmanship and quality, ensuring that each print offers a rich, vibrant palette and meticulous detail. The choice of Saunders Waterford Hi-White paper, known for its high quality, contributes to the artwork's premium feel and longevity. KAWS and the Evolution of Street Pop Art KAWS' journey in the art world is marked by his transition from a graffiti artist in the streets of New York to a towering figure in the global art scene. His work is celebrated for its fluidity in moving between various subcultures, including street art, pop art, and commercial imagery. The "Untitled from Blame Game" series perfectly illustrates how KAWS has transformed street art sensibilities into something that can be appreciated both in the buzzing city alleyways and the hushed galleries of fine art. His characters, though simplistic in form, convey a deep resonance with the viewer, often embodying themes of humanity, vulnerability, and isolation. KAWS' ability to evoke such emotion while maintaining a playful, accessible aesthetic is a hallmark of his work. This duality has endeared him to diverse audiences, from street art lovers to high-brow collectors. The Cultural Significance of KAWS' Artwork Beyond its visual appeal, the work of KAWS is deeply embedded in the cultural zeitgeist. His art captures contemporary life's essence, reflecting its complexities and simplicities. "Untitled from Blame Game - #3 Upside Down Face," like much of his work, is imbued with introspection, challenging the viewer to look beyond the surface. His pieces' recurring themes of deconstruction and recontextualization invite a dialogue about the nature of identity and recognition in a saturated media environment. Moreover, KAWS' influence extends beyond the canvas, impacting the broader design, fashion, and commercial branding landscape. His collaborations with major brands have pushed the boundaries of what is considered art, making his vision accessible to a broader audience and redefining the concept of what street pop art can be. "Untitled from Blame Game - #3 Upside Down Face" is not just a testament to KAWS' technical skill and artistic vision but also a symbol of the evolving narrative of street pop art and graffiti artwork. As a limited edition piece, it holds a special place in the annals of contemporary art, representing a moment in time where the lines between high art and street culture are not just blurred but beautifully intertwined.

    $30,963.00

  • Power Of Movement Archival Print by Case Maclaim

    Case Maclaim Power Of Movement Archival Print by Case Maclaim

    Power Of Movement Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Case Maclaim Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. One of the most poignant aspects common to all of case’s works is the texture of the surfaces he uses. They are painted on a background that is made from pieces of cardboard of various sizes. Most of the cardboard comes from the packaging of the spray paint cans and they are held together with glue, staples and tape. Sometimes bits and pieces of wood are also glued onto the surface, such that a bumpy, one-of-a-kind surface appears. This structure is diametrically opposed to typically overblown, perfectionist images and it gives case’s works their unique character.

    $240.00

  • Shaka Variant 2 HPM Spray Paint Silkscreen Print by Meggs

    Meggs Shaka Variant 2 HPM Spray Paint Silkscreen Print by Meggs

    Shaka- Variant 2 Limited Edition Hand-Embellished Acrylic, Aerosol & Screen Print on Watercolour Paper by Meggs Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "This edition is hand-painted and sprayed, so essentially everyone is unique, an original series so to speak. This piece is based on a tee design I did for Pow Wow Hawaii in 2013. The Shaka is symbolic of good vibes & Aloha in Hawaii so it’s a classic and fun image I use as a symbol of my love for Pow Wow and Hawai’i in general. It obviously also recognized in surf/skate culture so the composition is a reference/homage to the all-time classic Jim Phillips screaming hand graphic for Santa Cruz skateboards." - Meggs

    $259.00

  • Shaka Variant 1 HPM Acrylic Silkscreen Print by Meggs

    Meggs Shaka Variant 1 HPM Acrylic Silkscreen Print by Meggs

    Shaka- Variant 1 Limited Edition Hand-Embellished Acrylic, Aerosol & Screen Print on Watercolour Paper by Meggs Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "This edition is hand-painted and sprayed, so essentially everyone is unique, an original series so to speak. This piece is based on a tee design I did for Pow Wow Hawaii in 2013. The Shaka is symbolic of good vibes & Aloha in Hawaii so it’s a classic and fun image I use as a symbol of my love for Pow Wow and Hawai’i in general. It obviously also recognized in surf/skate culture so the composition is a reference/homage to the all-time classic Jim Phillips screaming hand graphic for Santa Cruz skateboards." - Meggs

    $259.00

  • SheOne Black Spray Paint Can Artwork by Montana MTN

    Montana MTN SheOne Black Spray Paint Can Artwork by Montana MTN

    SheOne- Black Limited Edition Rare Spray Paint Can Artwork Crossover by famous graffiti paint maker Montana MTN. English writer SheOne recently dropped his own limited edition ALIEN spray can from Montana. Known for his collaborations with Addict clothing and multiple works from New York & Los Angeles to Tokyo and Sydney, the famed artist finds his latest project alongside the top name in graf products, Montana. Only 500 units were produced.

    $232.00

  • KET RIS Oxide Red Spray Paint Can Artwork by Montana MTN

    KET RIS KET RIS Oxide Red Spray Paint Can Artwork by Montana MTN

    KET RIS- Oxide Red Limited Edition Rare Spray Paint Can Artwork Crossover by famous graffiti paint maker Montana MTN. Ket is an active graffiti artist, curator, and photographer. Most recently he was the curator for graffiti and street art-related exhibitions at Fondation Cartier in Paris, PowerHouse Arena in Brooklyn, 55DSL in New York City, The Hip Hop Theatre Festival at New York University, and the MOCA in Los Angeles. He has painted around the world in places such as Melbourne, Port Au Prince, Copenhagen, and Lima, Peru.

    $232.00

  • ZOMBIE GOOO! Yellow Art Toy by VISEone

    VISEone ZOMBIE GOOO! Yellow Art Toy by VISEone

    ZOMBIE GOOO!- Yellow Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist VISEone. ZOMBIE GOOO! is a cooperation between VISEone & Flying LuLu.Approx. 8" in height, made of vinyl.

    $88.00

  • ZOMBIE GOOO! Green Art Toy by VISEone

    VISEone ZOMBIE GOOO! Green Art Toy by VISEone

    ZOMBIE GOOO!- Green Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist VISEone. ZOMBIE GOOO! is a cooperation between VISEone & Flying LuLu.Approx. 8" in height, made of vinyl.

    $88.00

  • ZOMBIE GOOO! Pink Art Toy by VISEone

    VISEone ZOMBIE GOOO! Pink Art Toy by VISEone

    ZOMBIE GOOO!- Pink Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist VISEone. ZOMBIE GOOO! is a cooperation between VISEone & Flying LuLu.Approx. 8" in height, made of vinyl.

    $88.00

  • Radioactive R Nerm Æ-09 Nermal Art Toy Figure by Rip N Dip Radioactive R Nerm Æ-09 Nermal Art Toy Figure by Rip N Dip

    Rip N Dip Radioactive R Nerm Æ-09 Nermal Art Toy Figure by Rip N Dip

    Radioactive R Nerm Æ-09 Nermal Limited Anatomy Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Rip N Dip. 14 inch R NERM Æ-09 VINYL FIGURE Glow In The Dark

    $272.00

  • Glass Jaw Sculpture by Ron English Glass Jaw Sculpture by Ron English

    Ron English Glass Jaw Sculpture by Ron English

    Glass Jaw Limited Rare Resin Sculpture Artwork by graffiti street artist modern pop artist Ron English. 2021 Signed Limited Edition of Only 10 Size 6x11 Displayed With Wooden Box From the mind of Ron English comes to his latest twist on reality, weighing in at a whopping 8 lbs, standing tall at 11 inches, cast from realistically colored solid high impact resin, for the first time in the world, see a full-size brain cast inside of a perfectly recreated boxing glove...The Glass Jaw! Each Glass Jaw is a double-cast handmade artwork, created in NY by Clutter and comes in a special wooden box with a COA, all pieces are signed by Ron English. Limited to 10 pieces. Glass Jaw Glows in the dark!

    $3,973.00

  • Five Modes Of Transport Blotter Paper Archival Print By Brandon Boyd

    Brandon Boyd Five Modes Of Transport Blotter Paper Archival Print By Brandon Boyd

    Five Modes Of Transport Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Brandon Boyd pop culture LSD artwork. Brandon Boyd’s work as a singer, songwriter, both as a solo artist and with his platinum-selling rock band, is well documented and universally acclaimed. But now his other life’s work -- that of a painter -- has been garnering increasing attention and devoted audiences of its own.

    $382.00

  • Libertee Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Denial- Daniel Bombardier Libertee Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Libertee- Welcome Wall Archival Pigment Print on Metal with Etched Acrylic Base Sculpture Artwork by graffiti street artist modern pop legend artist Denial. 2020 Signed Limited Edition of 100 Artwork Sculpture Size 4x8 DENIAL is a Canadian artist whose work critiques consumerism and the human condition. Though based in Windsor Ontario, DENIAL spends much of the year traveling and exhibiting throughout Canada and the USA, having done solo shows in Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit, New York, Toronto, and Vancouver. Denial’s art is strongly political and social since the artist takes specific positions against issues, such as capitalism, consumer culture, and advertisements. More importantly, the artist is aware of his choices and motivations: “I like to think of myself as activist pop art. How I relate with cartoons and graphics is a lot easier than I do with photo-realistic stuff" Another aspect of Denial's work is humor. His work is satirical, which, by definition, means that it uses humor as a confronting mechanism.

    $397.00

  • Don't Listen To Them HPM Stencil Wood Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Denial- Daniel Bombardier Don't Listen To Them HPM Stencil Wood Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Don't Listen To Them Original Hand-Painted Multiple (HPM) on Wood Cradled Panel ready to hang by Denial Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Canadian artist Denial and Australian-born Ben Frost have joined forces in a bold exhibition of new work that explores the boundaries of appropriation, in confronting re-imaginings of our current dystopian society. Self-­confessed ‘visual thieves’, both artists have had a long history of stealing and subverting the cultural icons that the advertising and consumerist world has thrust upon us, to create new and pertinent interpretations that are as confronting as they are humorous. Denial’s art is strongly political and social since the artist takes specific positions against issues, such as capitalism, consumer culture, and advertisements. More importantly, the artist is aware of his choices and motivations: “I like to think of myself as activist pop art. How I relate with cartoons and graphics is a lot easier than I do with photo-realistic stuff" Another aspect of Denial's work is humor. His work is satirical, which, by definition, means that it uses humor as a confronting mechanism.

    $2,109.00

  • Bang Archival Print by Camilo Pardo

    Camilo Pardo Bang Archival Print by Camilo Pardo

    Bang Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Camilo Pardo Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. The art that Camilo Pardo has created over the years is all over Detroit. A considerable amount of it is present on our freeways at any given moment of the day. Most recognized for his design work on the Ford GT, Camilo put verve in the steel curves and reminded us that a car's first internal combustion takes place in an artist's mind.

    $382.00

  • The Waiting Game Archival Print by Hueman

    Hueman The Waiting Game Archival Print by Hueman

    The Waiting Game Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Museum Natural Fine Art Paper by Hueman Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "All of the pieces in this show were created organically, first by painting a spontaneous, freehand abstract background, then finding faces in the paint, carving them out, and building around them with shapes and lines. This one was no exception. Everything I create moves along an improvised stream of consciousness. The title describes the mood I was in when I painted it and is also the title of a song that I had playing while in my studio. The composition is what makes it unique from the rest of my work. The figure is lying down and looking up, and there is a hand, something that I don’t usually paint that often. The abstract clouds and negative space dominate, and the figure doesn’t stand out but instead melts into this strange cloudy shape." - Hueman

    $382.00

  • Let Us Prey Black Matte Art Toy by Frank Kozik Let Us Prey Black Matte Art Toy by Frank Kozik

    Frank Kozik Let Us Prey Black Matte Art Toy by Frank Kozik

    Let Us Prey- Black Matte Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Frank Kozik. 2021 Limited Edition Artwork 10" Tall Displayed With Box Trapped in a gruesome world where paper is the source of revenue and happiness, we have redesigned any “exchange” to be nothing close to a smile from a stranger. Our whispers in prayer have become those of being blessed with wealth and materials to ensure longevity and to watch over our bank accounts instead of our friends.

    $271.00

  • Hail to the King, Baby! Silkscreen Print by Jon Smith

    Jon Smith Hail to the King, Baby! Silkscreen Print by Jon Smith

    Hail to the King, Baby! Limited Edition 3-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Jon Smith Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Hail to the King, Baby is Jon's tribute to the only thing good about Seattle sports, Felix Hernandez. A Cy Young award winner, he just recently threw a perfect game and Jon wanted to commemorate that achievement. Hail to the King, Baby is a 3 color screen print including metallic gold, honoring King Felix's crowning achievement. 18"x24 signed and numbered edition of 100.

    $186.00

  • Mockingbird Foundation Phamily Poker Classic 2013 AP Silkscreen

    AJ Masthay Mockingbird Foundation Phamily Poker Classic 2013 AP Silkscreen

    Mockingbird Foundation- Phamily Poker Classic 2013 Limited Edition Event Poster 8-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print Artwork on Fine Art Paper by AJ Masthay. Artist Proof, Hand deckled bottom edge.

    $247.00

  • Casa Grande Archival Print by Dave Kinsey

    Dave Kinsey Casa Grande Archival Print by Dave Kinsey

    Casa Grande Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on Somerset Enhanced Velvet 100% Cotton Paper 330gsm by Dave Kinsey Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Archival Digital Print on Somerset Enhanced Velvet 100% cotton paper 330gsm Printed with Fade-Resistant HDX Ultrachrome Inks Signed: KINSEY / Numbered Limited Edition Edition: 100 Size: 16 x 20 inches / 40.6 x 50.8 cm Year: 2012

    $201.00

  • Tactile Feast Giclee Print by Mandy Tsung

    Mandy Tsung Tactile Feast Giclee Print by Mandy Tsung

    Tactile Feast Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Mandy Tsung. 2014 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 25 Artwork Size 12z16

    $124.00

  • Forever | Never Giclee Print by Nimit Malavia

    Nimit Malavia Forever | Never Giclee Print by Nimit Malavia

    Forever | Never Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Rag Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Nimit Malavia. Nimit Malavia is a Canadian visual artist and illustrator known for his intricate and imaginative artworks. His style often combines delicate line work with a strong sense of narrative, drawing inspiration from various sources such as mythology, fairy tales, and contemporary culture. Malavia's work typically incorporates a mix of traditional and digital media, including ink, watercolor, and Photoshop.

    $147.00

  • Something Wicked Giclee Print by Jason Levesque

    Jason Levesque Something Wicked Giclee Print by Jason Levesque

    Something Wicked Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Jason Levesque. 2014 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 16x12

    $124.00

  • What Lies Beneath Original Colored Pencil Drawing by Brandon Sopinsky

    Brandon Sopinsky What Lies Beneath Original Colored Pencil Drawing by Brandon Sopinsky

    What Lies Beneath Original One of a Kind Colored Pencil Painting Artwork on Tinted Fine Art Paper by Popular Street Graffiti Artist Brandon Sopinsky. 2013 Signed What Lies Beneath Original Colored Pencil Drawing by Brandon Sopinsky

    $382.00

  • Warning: Addictive- Blue Silkscreen Skateboard by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Warning: Addictive- Blue Silkscreen Skateboard by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Warning: Addictive- Blue Silkscreen Skateboard by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Warning: Addictive- Blue Limited Edition Silkscreen Skateboard deck art by street pop culture artist Shepard Fairey OBEY. Signed on Front With Marker. Warning Addictive Skate Deck. Numbered edition of 400. Signed by Shepard Fairey. I've been a big fan of Andy Howell's art and skateboarding since the late '80s, and I watched eagerly as he and his partners launched New Deal Skateboards in 1990. New Deal was groundbreaking not only because skaters creatively led it, but because Andy Howell's art and design almost instantly shifted the aesthetics and style of skateboarding from skulls and dragons to graffiti and hip-hop. New Deal was the first company primarily focused on street skating and street culture, and their smart, funny, ads celebrated their role as the "power to the people," "ear to the street" vanguard of skater-owned-and-run companies. Straight out of the gate New Deal set the tone for the '90s. -Shepard

    $470.00

  • Warning: Addictive- Red Silkscreen Skateboard by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Warning: Addictive- Red Silkscreen Skateboard by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Warning: Addictive- Red Silkscreen Skateboard by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Warning: Addictive- Red Limited Edition Silkscreen Skateboard deck art by street pop culture artist Shepard Fairey OBEY. I've been a big fan of Andy Howell's art and skateboarding since the late '80s, and I watched eagerly as he and his partners launched New Deal Skateboards in 1990. New Deal was groundbreaking not only because skaters creatively led it, but because Andy Howell's art and design almost instantly shifted the aesthetics and style of skateboarding from skulls and dragons to graffiti and hip-hop. New Deal was the first company primarily focused on street skating and street culture, and their smart, funny, ads celebrated their role as the "power to the people," "ear to the street" vanguard of skater-owned-and-run companies. Straight out of the gate New Deal set the tone for the '90s. -Shepard 2020 Warning Addictive Skate Deck. Numbered edition of 400. Signed by Shepard Fairey.

    $470.00

  • Warning: Addictive- Orange Silkscreen Skateboard by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Warning: Addictive- Orange Silkscreen Skateboard by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Warning: Addictive- Orange Silkscreen Skateboard by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Warning: Addictive- Orange Limited Edition Silkscreen Skateboard deck art by street pop culture artist Shepard Fairey OBEY. Signed on Front With Marker. Warning Addictive Skate Deck. Numbered edition of 400. Signed by Shepard Fairey. I've been a big fan of Andy Howell's art and skateboarding since the late '80s, and I watched eagerly as he and his partners launched New Deal Skateboards in 1990. New Deal was groundbreaking not only because skaters creatively led it, but because Andy Howell's art and design almost instantly shifted the aesthetics and style of skateboarding from skulls and dragons to graffiti and hip-hop. New Deal was the first company primarily focused on street skating and street culture, and their smart, funny, ads celebrated their role as the "power to the people," "ear to the street" vanguard of skater-owned-and-run companies. Straight out of the gate New Deal set the tone for the '90s. -Shepard

    $470.00

  • Warning: Addictive- Green Silkscreen Skateboard by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Warning: Addictive- Green Silkscreen Skateboard by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Warning: Addictive- Green Silkscreen Skateboard by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Warning: Addictive- Green Limited Edition Silkscreen Skateboard deck art by street pop culture artist Shepard Fairey OBEY. I've been a big fan of Andy Howell's art and skateboarding since the late '80s, and I watched eagerly as he and his partners launched New Deal Skateboards in 1990. New Deal was groundbreaking not only because skaters creatively led it, but because Andy Howell's art and design almost instantly shifted the aesthetics and style of skateboarding from skulls and dragons to graffiti and hip-hop. New Deal was the first company primarily focused on street skating and street culture, and their smart, funny, ads celebrated their role as the "power to the people," "ear to the street" vanguard of skater-owned-and-run companies. Straight out of the gate New Deal set the tone for the '90s. -Shepard 2020 Warning Addictive Skate Deck. Numbered edition of 400. Signed by Shepard Fairey.

    $470.00

  • Warning Addictive/New Deal Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Warning Addictive/New Deal Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Warning Addictive/New Deal 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Shepard Fairey Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist.

    $396.00

  • Obey Radical Peace- Cream Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Obey Radical Peace- Cream Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Obey Radical Peace- Cream 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Cream Speckle Tone Paper by Shepard Fairey Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist. 18 inches by 24 inches Edition of 375 May 7, 2021. Shepards Spin of the Capital Protest 2021 Where Cops Killed 5 Unarmed Protestors.

    $396.00

  • Obey Radical Peace- Red Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Obey Radical Peace- Red Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Obey Radical Peace- Red 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Cream Speckle Tone Paper by Shepard Fairey Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist. 18 inches by 24 inches Edition of 375 May 7, 2021. Shepards Spin of the Capital Protest 2021 Where Cops Killed 5 Unarmed Protestors.

    $396.00

  • Obey Radical Peace- Blue Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Obey Radical Peace- Blue Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Obey Radical Peace- Blue 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Cream Speckle Tone Paper by Shepard Fairey Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist. 18 inches by 24 inches Edition of 375 May 7, 2021. Shepards Spin of the Capital Protest 2021 Where Cops Killed 5 Unarmed Protestors.

    $396.00

  • NØISE/SSI Resurrectionem Ex-Mortuis Remix Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY NØISE/SSI Resurrectionem Ex-Mortuis Remix Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    NØISE/SSI Resurrectionem Ex-Mortuis Remix 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Cream Speckle Tone Paper by Shepard Fairey Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist. 18 inches by 18 inches Edition of 400 March 30, 2021 About I have been friends with John Goff for 25 years. He was a fan of my art and used to generously help me print. We often bonded over music from the Melvins, to Kraftwerk, to RUN-DMC. John has been a musician most of his life, playing in several different music projects over the years, including SSI which is a collaboration between John and his brother Will. When I started DJ’ing John would help me with the production of remixes. Eventually, we started producing some music together, and with the valuable addition of Merritt Lear and Joe Cassidy, we formed Nøise. -Shepard Fairey

    $396.00

  • The Last Card in the Deck Why? Boston 2013 Silkscreen by James R Eads

    James R Eads The Last Card in the Deck Why? Boston 2013 Silkscreen by James R Eads

    The Last Card in the Deck- Why? Boston 2013 Music Limited Edition Gig Poster 3-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print Artwork on Speckletone Fine Art Paper by James R Eads for Why?. The Last Card in the Deck" is an 18" x 24" three-color screen printed gig poster for WHY?'s June 19th tour date at Brighton Music Hall, Boston, MA. The gig poster is inspired by WHY?'s album Mumps

    $95.00

  • Burn Brite Silkscreen Pennant Tapestry by Dan Christofferson- Beeteeth

    Dan Christofferson- Beeteeth Burn Brite Silkscreen Pennant Tapestry by Dan Christofferson- Beeteeth

    Burn Brite 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print Tapestry on Black Felt by Dan Christofferson- Beeteeth Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 2-color screenprint on sturdy, black felt. A slight departure from a typical pennant, the vertical format and forked/flag composition frame this illustration of a Hand of Glory, a myth about the incredible powers of a candle made from the dried and pickled hand of a thief hanged from the gallows. Basically: my kinda shit all day. -Dan Christofferson

    $124.00

  • New York Invasion Blacklight Silkscreen Print by Faile

    Faile New York Invasion Blacklight Silkscreen Print by Faile

    New York Invasion Blacklight 6-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on UV Fine Art Paper by Faile Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. Limited run of 200, blacklight variant artwork.

    $4,424.00

  • Media Press Test Sheet 2011 Letterpress Print by Dan Christofferson- Beeteeth

    Dan Christofferson- Beeteeth Media Press Test Sheet 2011 Letterpress Print by Dan Christofferson- Beeteeth

    Media Press Test Sheet 2011 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Letterpress Print on Fine Art Paper by Dan Christofferson- Beeteeth Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. #1/7 This is a rare test print sent to the media for review by Dan Christofferson in 2011 including the artworks I'm Sorry, I'm on Fire, Girl with Greyhound and 2 others.

    $382.00

  • Sale -25% AAVEI-2 Original Spray Paint Can Mixed Media Sculpture Painting by Eddie Colla AAVEI-2 Original Spray Paint Can Mixed Media Sculpture Painting by Eddie Colla

    Eddie Colla AAVEI-2 Original Spray Paint Can Mixed Media Sculpture Painting by Eddie Colla

    AAVEI-2 Original Mixed Media Spray Paint, Found Object Painting Sculpture Artwork by graffiti street artist modern pop artist Eddie Colla x D Young V. 2014 Signed by D Young V and Eddie Colla Original Mixed Media Spray Paint Acrylic Painting on Reclaimed Items & Wood Artwork Size 55x42 Large Mixed Media Painting on Wood With Reclaimed Toy Gun and 3x Vintage Spray Paint Cans. AAVEI-2 Collaboration with D Young V and Eddie Colla 55 x 42 x 15 inches Mixed Media on Wood, Spray Cans, Plastic Gun 2014

    $5,777.00$4,333.00

  • Clerks Silver Silkscreen Print by Todd Slater

    Todd Slater Clerks Silver Silkscreen Print by Todd Slater

    Clerks- Silver 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Metallic Ink Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Todd Slater Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 24 x 36 inches Alamo Draft House Viewing of the Kevin Smith Movie Clerks for Netflix in 2006

    $228.00

  • New World Revolution Wood Panel Archival Print by Mear One

    Mear One New World Revolution Wood Panel Archival Print by Mear One

    New World Revolution Print on Wood Panel Framed Ready to Hang by Mear One Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 13.5 x 18 in. (34.29 x 45.72 cm) Exclusive fine art wood print on 1/2" sustainable Birch, bright white finish hand signed and numbered by Mear One. Limited Edition of 20 prints "With Mother's Day". "Her golden halo bathes us in a warmth of spiritual wisdom, positivity, and choice, fist raised in the sky, not in anger, but universal solidarity and strength, perhaps serving as a reminder to us all that a revolutionary time is upon us, drawing focus upon the courageous role that women and children play in this politically charged era." - Mear One

    $382.00

  • Let Us Prey G(u)ilt Art Toy by Frank Kozik Let Us Prey G(u)ilt Art Toy by Frank Kozik

    Frank Kozik Let Us Prey G(u)ilt Art Toy by Frank Kozik

    Let Us Prey- G(u)ilt Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Frank Kozik. Standing as a 10” representation of how pop culture devotes time to mirror our current economy and social standings, the “Let Us Prey” Vinyl Art Figure by Frank Kozik makes the perfect piece to remind ourselves of the balance between our social networked personalities and our true goals for self-actualization.

    $337.00

  • Let Us Prey Bloody Art Toy by Frank Kozik Let Us Prey Bloody Art Toy by Frank Kozik

    Frank Kozik Let Us Prey Bloody Art Toy by Frank Kozik

    Let Us Prey- Bloody Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Frank Kozik. This listing is for the Bloody Version of Let Us Prey by Frank Kozik. Limited edition of 100 pieces worldwide. Trapped in a gruesome world where paper is the source of revenue and happiness, we have redesigned any “exchange” to be nothing close to a smile from a stranger. Our whispers in prayer have become those of being blessed with wealth and materials to ensure longevity and to watch over our bank accounts instead of our friends. In collaboration with famed artist and Kidrobot Creative Director, Frank Kozik, the “Let Us Prey” Art Figure captures modern-day greed pressed between two hopeful hands that used to pray for more than money. Standing as a 10” representation of how pop culture devotes time to mirror our current economy and social standings, the “Let Us Prey” Vinyl Art Figure by Frank Kozik makes the perfect piece to remind ourselves of the balance between our social networked personalities and our true goals for self-actualization.

    $337.00

  • Let Go Blotter Paper Archival Print by Slegh

    Slegh Let Go Blotter Paper Archival Print by Slegh

    Let Go Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Slegh pop culture LSD artwork. Archival Pigment Print on Perforated Blotter Paper Size: 7.5 x 7.5 Inches Release: April 19, 2021 These limited blotter editions are hand-perforated by Zane Kesey. The alignment of the perforations over the artwork may vary slightly from the example shown.

    $382.00

  • LA Hands Painted Silkscreen Print by OG Slick

    OG Slick LA Hands Painted Silkscreen Print by OG Slick

    LA Hands Painted 7-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on 298gsm Stonehenge Paper by OG Slick Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 200 Artwork Size 24x24 Spray Paint, Graffiti, Hand, Gang Sign, Hand Sign, LA, Los Angeles, California, Mickey Mouse, Disney, Tag, Throw Up Print. OG Slick, an iconic name synonymous with the vibrancy of street and pop art, introduces a masterpiece titled "LA Hands Painted." This 2021 creation captures the essence of Los Angeles, California, amalgamating elements of its culture, grit, and unmistakable flair. With the artwork measuring a substantial 24x24 inches, viewers are immediately drawn to the hands depicted, reminiscent of the quintessential LA gang signs. The hands' intricacy, paired with the fluidity of the sprayed graffiti, portrays both rebellion and an ode to a city known for its undying spirit. Beyond the immediate recognition of the hands, the influence of Disney, specifically Mickey Mouse, is subtly yet unmistakably infused. The spray can, held in a manner evocative of the beloved character, introduces a playful juxtaposition to the otherwise raw urban imagery. It's this blend of street aesthetics with pop culture elements that sets OG Slick apart, making his work resonate with both enthusiasts of urban art and broader audiences. This particular piece, "LA Hands Painted," is rendered as a 7-color hand-pulled silkscreen print, a technique revered for its ability to deliver rich, vibrant colors and capture the artist's intended details. Produced on 298gsm Stonehenge Paper, the choice ensures longevity and a pristine finish, suitable for any collector's gallery. Given its limited edition status, with only 200 prints available, each signed and numbered by OG Slick, it stands as a testament to exclusivity and artistic brilliance. Through this artwork, the essence of LA, its streets, signs, and symbols, are immortalized, showcasing the city's spirit and OG Slick's unparalleled artistic vision.

    $871.00

  • Space Hand Blotter Paper Archival Print by Bunnie Reiss

    Bunnie Reiss Space Hand Blotter Paper Archival Print by Bunnie Reiss

    Space Hand Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Bunnie Reiss pop culture LSD artwork. Archival Pigment Print on Perforated Blotter Paper Size: 7.5 x 7.5 Inches Release: April 19, 2021 Limited blotter editions are hand-perforated by Zane Kesey & may vary slightly from the example shown.

    $382.00

Arm Hand & Fist
Graffiti and street art have long been a powerful medium of expression, breaking the boundaries of traditional art forms by allowing artists to showcase their talent in urban landscapes. A popular motif seen in graffiti and street art prints is the human hand, fist, and arm. These artistic representations can evoke a myriad of emotions, spark conversations, and be visually captivating. The hand, fist, and arm are often used as symbols of unity, resistance, and empowerment. In graffiti and street art prints, they represent the collective power of the people, defying the forces that seek to oppress and silence them. The clenched fist, in particular, has become an iconic symbol of solidarity, transcending racial, cultural, and geographical boundaries. Artists often incorporate these elements into their work, sometimes in the form of stencils, murals, or wheatpaste prints. One notable example of such representation is the world-famous mural "The Power of a United Fist" painted in the 1980s in a historically significant district of San Francisco. The piece features an enormous fist made up of multiple hands, illustrating the strength of unity in the face of adversity. This mural has since inspired countless other works of street art and has become an integral part of the global movement for social justice. In addition to their symbolic nature, hands, fists, and arms can also bring a sense of dynamism and movement to street art prints. The inherent intricacies of these body parts offer artists a unique opportunity to showcase their skills, as well as to convey emotions, thoughts, or stories. For instance, an outstretched arm reaching for the sky can symbolize aspiration or defiance, while hands touching or interlocking can signify connection and support. Moreover, the art of handstyle, or the technique of creating stylized lettering using one's hands, is a fundamental component of graffiti culture. Derived from calligraphy and sign painting, handstyles are often characterized by fluid lines, varying thicknesses, and elaborate flourishes. In this context, the hand itself becomes an essential tool for creating unique and captivating graffiti prints, often distinguishing one artist from another based on the distinctiveness of their individual style. An interesting aspect of hand, fist, and arm depictions in graffiti art is the fusion of different styles and mediums. Artists may incorporate elements of pop culture, political imagery, or personal experiences to add depth and context to their work. In doing so, they not only capture the essence of a specific moment in time but also invite viewers to explore and interpret the art based on their perspectives. Some notable graffiti artists who have expertly utilized the hand, fist, and arm motif in their work include Shepard Fairey, known for his "Obey Giant" series, and the mysterious British street artist Banksy, who has incorporated these symbols in several of his thought-provoking pieces. Both artists have successfully used these elements to make their work resonate with audiences around the world, while still retaining a sense of authenticity and cultural relevance. The hand, fist, and arm serve as powerful motifs in graffiti and street art prints, symbolizing resistance, unity, and empowerment. The versatility of these elements enables artists to create striking visuals that spark conversations, challenge societal norms, and offer a glimpse into the minds of the creators. As graffiti and street art continue to evolve and expand their reach, we can anticipate that these symbols will remain an integral part of the genre, captivating audiences and inspiring future generations of artists.

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