Astro Boy

10 artworks

  • Sale -36% Astro Boy LA OG 6" Art Toy by OG Slick Astro Boy LA OG 6" Art Toy by OG Slick

    OG Slick Astro Boy LA OG 6" Art Toy by OG Slick

    Astro Boy LA OG 6" Art Toy by OG Slick Limited Edition Vinyl Sculpture Collectible Artwork by Pop Street Artist. 2023 Limited Edition Artwork Size 6x5 New In Box Printed Astro Boy, a character that has charmed generations since his creation by Osamu Tezuka, has been re-envisioned through the lens of OG Slick, a renowned artist in the pop and street art community. The Astro Boy LA OG 6" Art Toy emerges as a vinyl sculpture, showcasing a unique blend of classical anime elements with the raw, expressive energy of street art. This 2023 limited edition piece, sized at 6x5 inches and offered new in the box, stands as a vibrant collectible that commands attention. OG Slick's rendition preserves the innocence and iconic features of the beloved character while infusing it with a vitality that resonates with contemporary art movements. The vibrant colors and the smooth lines echo the character's traditional imagery. Still, they are amplified by a style borrowed from the graffiti art tradition, often employing bold hues and dynamic figures to capture the viewer's eye. The piece's stature as a collectible artwork is further solidified by its status as a limited edition, making it a sought-after item for both art collectors and enthusiasts of Astro Boy. By transforming a well-known figure from Japanese anime into a stylized art toy, OG Slick provides a tangible connection between the subtleties of pop culture and the more outspoken realm of street art. The piece serves not only as a tribute to the enduring appeal of Astro Boy but also as an illustration of how street art can offer a new perspective on familiar forms, imbuing them with new life and meaning. It celebrates pop art's power to take what is universally recognizable and reframe it in a way that challenges and delights contemporary audiences. Astro Boy LA OG is more than a mere representation; it is a dialogue between past and present, a visual conversation where nostalgia is reimagined through modern artistic expression. OG Slick has created artwork that honors the legacy of Astro Boy while standing firmly within the innovative and often disruptive spirit of street art. This piece is a testament to the artist's ability to harness the essence of cultural icons and re-present them within the energetic and often transient world of street art, where each piece serves as a landmark in the ever-evolving pop culture landscape.


  • Astro Boy Archival Print by Adam Lister

    Adam Lister Astro Boy Archival Print by Adam Lister

    Astro Boy Archival Print by Adam Lister Limited Edition on 300gsm Hot Press Matte Fine Art Paper Pop Graffiti Street Art Artist Modern Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered Print Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 8.5x8.5 Archival Pigment Fine Art Anime Super Hero Character Astro Boy Flying Through The Air in Glitch Style This captivating piece of modern artwork, an Astro Boy Archival Print by Adam Lister, showcases the power and dynamism of street art and pop art combined. As an artistic rendering of a renowned cultural icon, it marks an important milestone in the popular and ever-evolving culture of modern art. Released in 2023, this limited edition piece, signed and numbered by the artist himself, has been made available in a scarce quantity of just fifty prints, thereby making it a sought-after collector's item for art enthusiasts worldwide. Rendered on a 300gsm Hot Press Matte Fine Art Paper, this artwork stands out for its distinctive quality and durability. The choice of material is an essential aspect of this work, underscoring the fusion of traditional and contemporary art techniques. The 8.5x8.5 size of the print adds to its uniqueness, allowing for its placement in a variety of settings, both domestic and professional. The medium, in combination with the artwork's dimensions, forms a delicate balance that merges accessibility with sophistication. Lister's illustration of Astro Boy, a well-loved anime superhero character, is central to the charm of this archival print. Yet, this is not just any representation of the famous character. The depiction of Astro Boy soaring through the air is portrayed in an innovative glitch style, a nod towards digital art aesthetics that are currently shaping the contemporary art landscape. This stylistic choice speaks to the impact of technology on art and its interpretation, thereby ensuring the artwork's resonance with a 21st-century audience. The extraordinary fusion of pop art, graffiti, and street art within the piece is another noteworthy feature. These art forms, originally seen as subversive and countercultural, have dramatically transformed the face of the global art scene. Adam Lister's work in this area has particularly stood out, with his unique ability to synthesize different styles and genres to create harmonious, thought-provoking compositions. His Astro Boy archival print acts as a testament to this ability, pushing the boundaries of these art forms and challenging the viewer's perceptions. Furthermore, Lister's use of the archival pigment technique underscores his commitment to preserving the integrity of his artwork. This method ensures that the print retains its vibrancy and detail for an extended period, making it a long-lasting and valuable addition to any art collection. The high-quality pigments, combined with the superb craftsmanship, create a vibrant palette that brings Astro Boy to life, capturing the spirit of the character while rendering it through the prism of contemporary art. In summary, Adam Lister's Astro Boy Archival Print is a striking piece that encapsulates the dynamism and energy of pop culture, while paying homage to the influential genres of street art and graffiti. By portraying the beloved Astro Boy character in a new light, Lister successfully pushes the boundaries of these art forms and invites viewers to engage with familiar icons in fresh, exciting ways. With its limited availability and unique blend of styles, this piece serves as a remarkable testament to the ongoing evolution of modern art.


  • Mighty Vibras Offset Lithograph Print on Wood by J Balvin x Matt Gondek

    Matt Gondek Mighty Vibras Offset Lithograph Print on Wood by J Balvin x Matt Gondek

    Mighty Vibras Offset Lithograph Print on Wood Panel by J Balvin x Matt Gondek with Tote Bag Limited Edition Graffiti Street Pop Artwork. 2018 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 300 Artwork Size 14x23 Tattooed Up Astro Boy with Chanel Glasses. Bag Has Minor Spot Staining in Upper Area. Artwork Perfect to Near Perfect. J Balvin x Matt Gondek Cultural Synthesis in Street Pop Art The "Mighty Vibras" offset lithograph print on a wood panel is a dynamic fusion of music, street culture, and contemporary art. A collaborative piece by Colombian reggaeton superstar J Balvin and Los Angeles-based artist Matt Gondek, this artwork captures the essence of Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork. Released in 2018, the limited edition of 300 signed and numbered pieces reflects the global influence of urban art forms and the increasingly porous boundaries between art, music, and fashion. The "Mighty Vibras" piece vividly portrays a tattooed-up Astro Boy, complete with Chanel glasses, a symbol of luxury infused with urban grit. This character, an icon of Japanese manga, is reimagined through the lens of street culture and high fashion, signifying the interconnected nature of global pop culture. Gondek's deconstructive style, known for taking apart characters and piecing them back together, is evident in the artwork's fragmented features, which are visually arresting and thematically resonant. J Balvin's influence on the piece brings a cross-cultural element that is palpable in the artwork's bold colors and the inclusion of the word "Familia" tattooed across the character's chest, a nod to the themes of kinship and belonging that pervade Balvin's music. The size of the artwork, at 14x23 inches, makes it a statement piece that stands out in any setting, from a casual living room to a high-end gallery. Intersection of Art and Merchandise Accompanying the print is a tote bag featuring the same design, highlighting the growing trend of art becoming wearable and usable in daily life. This approach to art merchandise expands the artwork's reach beyond the traditional confines of the art world, allowing it to become a part of the consumer's everyday experience. The tote bag is a mobile canvas, spreading the visual impact of the "Mighty Vibras" artwork to a broader audience. The synthesis of J Balvin's musical heritage and Matt Gondek's artistry in "Mighty Vibras" exemplifies the potential of collaboration across different creative industries. It also illustrates the power of street art to transcend its origins, infiltrating mainstream culture and fashion and becoming an emblem of contemporary lifestyle. "Mighty Vibras" is more than just an artwork; it is a cultural artifact that encapsulates the spirit of the times. It stands as a testament to the creative synergy between J Balvin and Matt Gondek, blending street art's raw energy with pop culture's gloss and, in doing so, creating a new visual language that speaks to a diverse, global audience. The limited edition nature of the piece, along with its associated merchandise, cements its status as a collectible item that holds both artistic and cultural value.


  • Astro Boy Original Watercolor Painting by Adam Lister

    Adam Lister Astro Boy Original Watercolor Painting by Adam Lister

    Astro Boy Original Watercolor Painting by Adam Lister One of a Kind Artwork on 140lb Cold-Press Watercolor Fine Art Paper by Street Art Pop Artist. 2023 Signed Date & Title on Back Watercolor Original Painting Size 8x10 Astro Boy Kaws Tribute by Adam Lister. Discover the unique and mesmerizing world of Adam Lister, an exceptional contemporary artist renowned for his original acrylic paintings. Lister skillfully combines geometric shapes, bold colors, and intricate compositions to create a visual experience that transcends the ordinary. His art is a harmonious blend of abstraction and representation, inviting viewers to engage with familiar subjects in a fresh, innovative way. Lister's work is celebrated internationally, with collectors and enthusiasts praising his ability to reinvent classic themes and cultural icons through a modern lens. Immerse yourself in the captivating universe of Adam Lister and explore the profound impact his acrylic paintings have on the art world. This is an artistic journey you don't want to miss.


  • Astro Boy Hoodie- Black Light Art Toy by Faile Astro Boy Hoodie- Black Light Art Toy by Faile

    Faile Astro Boy Hoodie- Black Light Art Toy by Faile

    Astro Boy Hoodie- Black Light Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Faile x Deluxx Fluxx x ToyQube. In conjunction with the FAILE x Deluxx Fluxx x ToyQube Astro Boy Hoodie, the iconic Astro Boy comes alive in the Deluxx Fluxx sound and vision club with UV Black Light glow wearing a custom hoodie and track jacket. Celebrating the aesthetic of the famous Deluxx Fluxx sound and vision club in Detroit, this is a limited edition one of 500 figures measuring 10 inches in height.


  • Sale -36% Astro Crash Grayscale Astroboy Art Toy by Josh Divine

    Josh Divine Astro Crash Grayscale Astroboy Art Toy by Josh Divine

    Astro Crash- Grayscale Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Josh Divine. 2021 New In Box Limited Edition Vinyl Designer Astro Boy Art Toy Artwork Size 4x9. Standing 9" tall, Japan's greatest superhero, Astro Boy, examines the reality of technology and the possibility of life after a motherboard crash. The "Astro Crash- Grayscale Limited Edition" is a vinyl art toy testament to the creative expression bridging street art and designer toy culture. Crafted by the acclaimed street graffiti artist Josh Divine, this collectible merges the nostalgia of Astro Boy, Japan's celebrated superhero, with a modern commentary on technology and its potential failings. Released in 2021, this new-in-box art piece captures the imagination of pop art enthusiasts and collectors alike. This artwork, sized at 9 inches tall, portrays Astro Boy in a moment of unexpected vulnerability—upside down, signaling a system failure, a 'motherboard crash.' This poignant stance invites reflection on the fragility of life and the impermanence of technology, themes that resonate deeply in the digital age. Josh Divine's choice to render the figure in grayscale amplifies the dramatic impact, stripping the character of its traditional vibrant colors to highlight the gravity of the crash. The design of the "Astro Crash" toy stands at the intersection of street pop art and graffiti artwork, where the rebellious spirit of street art meets the commercial savvy of pop art. The vinyl medium symbolizes the democratization of art, allowing for mass production while retaining a sense of individuality through the limited edition release. Divine's work speaks to the heart of street pop art, with its roots planted in the counterculture while branching out to engage with a broader audience. The Astro Crash toy is not merely a collector's item; it is a piece of commentary art that challenges viewers to contemplate the intersections of humanity, technology, and art. Through this work, Divine contributes to the ongoing dialogue about the role of technology in society, encapsulated in a form that is as accessible as it is profound.


  • Sale -36% Astro Boy LA Black 6" Art Toy by OG Slick Astro Boy LA Black 6" Art Toy by OG Slick

    OG Slick Astro Boy LA Black 6" Art Toy by OG Slick

    Astro Boy LA Black 6" Art Toy by OG Slick Limited Edition Vinyl Sculpture Collectible Artwork by Pop Street Artist. 2023 Limited Edition Artwork Size 6x5 New In Box Printed Astro Boy, the iconic character from Japanese manga and television, has been reimagined by OG Slick, a prominent figure in the street and pop art scenes. The result is the Astro Boy LA Black 6" Art Toy, a vinyl sculpture that captures the essence of contemporary collectible art. This limited-edition piece for 2023 embodies a cultural crossover; it melds the nostalgia of the classic character with the edgy aesthetics of modern street art, presenting a striking piece for collectors and enthusiasts. At 6x5 inches, this art toy, given new in its box, epitomizes the aesthetic of OG Slick, whose work has been recognized for its urban flair and commentary on pop culture. The monochromatic palette renders the figure in stark black, which not only gives it a sleek, modern look but also signifies a departure from the character's traditional representation. This stylistic choice could be interpreted as a reflection on the character's enduring legacy while also offering a canvas for the projection of the viewer's thoughts and interpretations. The appeal of such collectibles lies in their ability to bridge the gap between art and merchandise, elevating what might otherwise be considered a toy to the status of art. The Astro Boy LA Black Art Toy is not simply a nostalgic keepsake but also a statement piece that taps into the vein of pop culture. It stands at the intersection of multiple artistic movements, from the vintage charm of its original anime roots to the disruptive, bold lines of street art. OG Slick's creation is a testament to the evolving nature of art in the public domain. It acknowledges the ever-growing community of art toy collectors and enthusiasts, offering a piece that is accessible and exclusive due to its limited edition status. As such, the piece is a physical representation of the fusion between past and present, encapsulating the transformative power of street and pop art in redefining familiar icons. It speaks to a broad audience, from those fond of Astro Boy's history to those who appreciate the aesthetic and cultural significance of street-inspired art forms. User


  • Astro Boy Red Original 1st Edition Art Toy by Kaws- Brian Donnelly Astro Boy Red Original 1st Edition Art Toy by Kaws- Brian Donnelly

    Kaws- Brian Donnelly Astro Boy Red Original 1st Edition Art Toy by Kaws- Brian Donnelly

    Astro Boy Red Original 1st Edition Art Toy by Kaws- Brian Donnelly Limited Edition Vinyl Sculpture Collectible Artwork by Pop Street Artist. 2012 Limited Edition of 500 Artwork Size 6.5x15 New In Box Printed Foot Depicting Astro Boy with Companion/Chum Styling Holding Head by Artist Kaws- Brian Donnelly. Exploring KAWS' Astro Boy in the World of Street Pop Art The influence of pop culture icons on contemporary art has become undeniable in the 21st century, particularly within the street pop art and graffiti artwork genres. Few artists have translated this influence into tangible works as effectively as Brian Donnelly, known professionally as KAWS. Among his celebrated works, the Astro Boy Red Original 1st Edition Art Toy is a testament to the synergistic blend of childhood nostalgia and sophisticated artistry. Born in Jersey City, New Jersey, KAWS has risen to prominence by infusing elements of graffiti with a refined art sensibility. His work is characterized by bold colors, graphic lines, and the repeated use of his figures with crossed-out eyes, which has become a signature across his oeuvre. He started as a graffiti artist, refining his skills and iconography on the streets before transitioning to the studio and gallery spaces, where he has since flourished. KAWS bridges personal meaning with universal themes, tapping into the collective conscious with figures that are at once familiar and transformed. The Astro Boy Red Original by KAWS: A Street Pop Phenomenon In 2012, KAWS released the Astro Boy Red Original 1st Edition, an aEditionthat encapsulates the essence of street pop art and honors the nostalgic figure of Astro Boy, a classic character from Japanese animation. This limited edition of 50Editions showcases KAWS' adeptness at reimagining pop culture icons, preserving their original appeal while casting them in a new, provocative, reflective, and contemporary light. The vinyl sculpture stands at 6.5 by 15 inches, both approachable for collectors and significant enough to make a visual impact. Clad in a stark black and red color scheme, the figure captures attention with its simplicity and the juxtaposition of bright, unyielding red against the naturalistic skin tone. The trademark KAWS touch - the crossed eyes and gloved hands - transforms the initially optimistic character of Astro Boy into a poignant commentary on the complexities of the modern age. Collectible Artwork by KAWS: More Than a Toy The artistic dialogue it instigates makes the Astro Boy Red Original art toy more than a mere collectible. With hands cradling its head, the figure emanates a sense of introspection and melancholy, a marked departure from Astro Boy's usual portrayal as a beacon of hope and youthful energy. This duality speaks to the very nature of street pop art, where humor and whimsy meet the gravity of real-world reflections. Each piece is new in its box, complete with printed feet that continue the artwork's narrative. This attention to detail ensures that from unboxing, the collector participates in an art experience that KAWS has meticulously crafted. The ownership of such a piece is not merely an act of acquisition but an entry into the conversation about the relevance and resonance of pop icons in modern-day society. The Astro Boy Red Original 1st Edition standEditionhallmark in KAWS' exploration of human emotion through the lens of animated characters. It reiterates his ability to distill complex themes into instantly recognizable forms. As the art world continues to recognize and absorb street pop art and graffiti artwork into its fold, KAWS remains a defining figure for his bold aesthetic and his sharp cultural critique embedded within seemingly playful forms. Brian Donnelly's work, particularly pieces like the Astro Boy Red Original, reminds us of the transformative power of art. Even as they draw from familiar sources, they elicit new interpretations and emotions, pushing us to question our relationship with the icons of our childhood and our society. Through this and other works, KAWS continues to shape the conversation around street pop art, affirming its place in the pantheon of significant artistic movements. The legacy of his pieces, characterized by their emotional depth and visual appeal, cements his role as a pivotal figure in the evolution of street-inspired art.


  • Staple Astroboy 25th Anniversary Art Toy by Jeff Staple x ToyQube Staple Astroboy 25th Anniversary Art Toy by Jeff Staple x ToyQube

    Jeff Staple Staple Astroboy 25th Anniversary Art Toy by Jeff Staple x ToyQube

    Staple Astroboy- 25th Anniversary Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Sculpture Collectible Artwork by Pop Modern Artist Jeff Staple x ToyQube. 2022 Limited Edition Size 5x10 New In Bag Stamped/Printed


  • Mutha Chucka Murdered Out Astroboy Art Toy by OG Slick Mutha Chucka Murdered Out Astroboy Art Toy by OG Slick

    OG Slick Mutha Chucka Murdered Out Astroboy Art Toy by OG Slick

    Mutha Chucka Limited Run 2016 Edition Cast Resin Sculpture Artwork by Graffiti Street Modern Pop Artist OG Slick. 2016 Limited Edition of 30 Large Mutha Chucka Murdered Out Astroboy OG Slick (b. 1967) Cast Resin Statue Art Toy Measuring 16 x 11-1/2 inches (40.6 x 29.2 cm) OG Slick, an eminent figure in the street art and graffiti world, has been actively leaving his mark since the 1980s. Born in Hawaii and later making his way to Los Angeles, his contributions to pop art are vast, having blended the boundaries between street art and mainstream culture. As one of the early graffiti writers, his artistic journey has been nothing short of iconic. He transitioned from painting graffiti on streets to gaining recognition as a graphic designer and illustrator, creating logos and designs for streetwear brands and musicians. His renowned "LA Hands" design has become synonymous with Los Angeles culture. Moreover, his graffiti style draws from various sources, including the early New York City graffiti scene, hip-hop culture, and classic cartoons. He effortlessly assimilates these elements into his work, creating compositions that are not only visually captivating but also deeply rooted in the history of graffiti art. His use of bold colors, intricate lettering, and satirical caricatures have become his signature, gaining him a devoted following amongst street art enthusiasts and collectors. His collaborations with prominent brands and artists have further solidified his influence in pop culture, which continues to flourish. OG Slick's dedication and passion for his craft have not only paved the way for other street artists but also reaffirmed the significance and impact that graffiti art holds within the realm of pop culture.


Astro Boy Graffiti Street Pop Artwork
Astro Boy, also known as Tetsuwan Atomu in Japanese, is a beloved character in anime and manga. Created by Osamu Tezuka in the 1950s, Astro Boy tells the story of a robot with incredible powers who fights for justice and peace. He is an iconic figure in Japanese popular culture and has inspired many artists around the world, including those in the graffiti art and pop art scenes. In graffiti art, Astro Boy is a popular subject for murals and street art. The character's futuristic and robotic appearance lends itself well to the urban environment, and artists can play with the contrast between the character's bright colors and the gritty backdrop of the city. Graffiti artists often depict Astro Boy in action, showcasing his incredible powers and heroic nature. They may also incorporate other elements of Japanese culture, such as cherry blossoms or kanji characters, into the artwork to further emphasize the character's origins. One artist who has incorporated Astro Boy into his graffiti art is the French artist, Invader. Invader is known for his use of pixelated designs in his work, and he has created several pieces featuring Astro Boy in this style. His murals often depict the character in different poses, such as flying or shooting laser beams from his eyes. Invader's use of pixelated designs gives the artwork a digital feel that is fitting for a character from a futuristic world. In pop art, Astro Boy has also been a popular subject for artists. Pop art emerged in the 1950s and 1960s as a reaction against the traditional art world, and it sought to blur the boundaries between high and low culture. Pop artists often used popular culture icons, such as celebrities and comic book characters, as subjects for their work. Astro Boy fits perfectly into this category, as he is a beloved character in popular culture. One artist who has incorporated Astro Boy into his pop art is the Japanese artist, Takashi Murakami. Murakami is known for his use of bright colors and bold designs in his artwork, and he has created several pieces featuring Astro Boy. In one of his works, titled "Superflat Monogram," Murakami has reimagined the iconic Louis Vuitton monogram pattern with images of Astro Boy and other popular culture icons. This piece blurs the line between high-end fashion and popular culture, which is a hallmark of pop art. Another artist who has incorporated Astro Boy into his pop art is the American artist, Ron English. English is known for his subversive take on popular culture icons, and he has created several pieces featuring Astro Boy. In one of his works, titled "Astro Boy Grin," English has taken the character's iconic pose and added a sinister twist to it by giving him a creepy grin. This piece highlights the dark side of popular culture and reminds us that even our most beloved characters can be reinterpreted in unexpected ways. Astro Boy has had a significant impact on both graffiti art and pop art. His iconic appearance and heroic nature have made him a popular subject for artists around the world. Graffiti artists have depicted him in action, showcasing his incredible powers and heroic nature, while pop artists have used him to blur the line between high and low culture. Regardless of the medium, Astro Boy remains a beloved character in popular culture, and his influence on art is sure to continue for years to come.

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