Purchase Destroying The Weak Black Glazed Porcelain Sculpture by Cleon Peterson x Case Studyo Limited Edition Pop Artwork Street Artist Fine Art Statue. 2016 Signed in Porcelain Sculpture Limited Edition of 25 Artwork Size 5.75x9 Comes in the original wooden box. No apparent condition issues. Wooden Box Has Scuffs. Glazed porcelain Cleon Peterson (b. 1973) Destroying The Weak (Black) Glazed porcelain 9 x 5-3/4 inches (22.9 x 14.6 cm) Edition of 25 Cleon Peterson's 'Destroying the Weak' sculpture now has a black porcelain edition that we're thrilled to reveal! It reflects his distinctive aesthetics, which feature a chaotic world of drugs, sex, violence, and turmoil. This sculpture showcases two savage characters that represent the core of his art: the power struggle. The edition's refined porcelain details juxtaposed with the characters' savagery perfectly capture the essence of Cleon's work in a sculpture. Cleon Peterson is an artist known for his graphic and provocative depictions of violence, power struggles, and societal chaos. His work often incorporates bold colors and a distinctive style that blurs the line between fine art and street art.
Street art has always been a powerful medium for self-expression, political activism, and a celebration of urban culture. The world of street art has seen an immense evolution, with many contemporary artists gaining global recognition and transcending the limits of their medium. Among these artists, the street pop graffiti art scene has taken a special place in recent years. This modern fusion of street art, pop art, and graffiti has given birth to a new generation of artists that challenge the boundaries of traditional art forms. In this context, the Belgium-based art collective Case Studyo has emerged as a unique platform that showcases some of the most exceptional talents in the street pop graffiti art world. Before delving into the world of Case Studyo, it is essential to understand the complex fusion of street art, pop art, and graffiti that defines street pop graffiti art. Street art has its roots in the graffiti movement, which originated in the 1960s and 70s as a subversive form of expression that used public spaces to convey powerful messages. The pioneers of street art, such as Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat, built on this foundation and began to incorporate elements of pop art into their work. Pop art, a movement characterized by its appropriation of popular culture and consumer imagery, provided the perfect framework for these artists to create visually striking works that resonated with a broad audience. As street art gained mainstream acceptance, the lines between graffiti and pop art began to blur, giving rise to the genre known as street pop graffiti art.