Purchase My Heart Belongs To Hawaii Lahaina Silkscreen Print by OG Slick Hand-Pulled on 298gsm Classic Crest Solar White Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 225 Artwork Size 38x12 Silkscreen Print of OG Slick Gloved Hands Twisting Signs About The 2023 Maui Hawaii Fires. Reads "Lahaina Is Not For Sale" The world of contemporary art often finds its muse in the gritty realities and socio-political events of the world, and this is abundantly evident in the "My Heart Belongs To Hawaii Lahaina" silkscreen print crafted by the renowned artist OG Slick. Famous for his mastery of pop, street, and graffiti art, OG Slick's pieces often encapsulate a fusion of cultures, street aesthetics, and significant events. This limited edition print, hand-pulled on 298gsm Classic Crest Solar White Fine Art Paper, is a testament to OG Slick's commitment to quality and unparalleled craftsmanship. With an artwork size of 38x12, this piece makes a bold statement in content and form. At the heart of this artwork lies the depiction of OG Slick's signature gloved hands, which are intricately twisting signs. But what makes this piece all the more poignant is its reflection on the devastating 2023 Maui Hawaii Fires. The tragedy, which affected countless lives and marred the islands' natural beauty, becomes the central theme, allowing the audience to delve deep into the emotions and complexities associated with such events. The name "My Heart Belongs To Hawaii Lahaina" resonates with an outpouring of grief, love, and an undying bond to the land that has faced such despair. What makes OG Slick's work particularly stand out is his artistic talent and ability to capture the essence of an event or emotion, rendering it into a visual treat that engages, evokes, and often educates. This silkscreen print is not merely a representation of a tragic event; it's a homage to the resilience and beauty of Hawaii, a region that has repeatedly showcased its ability to rise from adversity. Through this artwork, OG Slick contributes to the annals of pop and street art, creating not just a piece of art but a legacy intertwined with history.