Chicken

8 artworks


  • I Asked for Scrambled Ceramic Plate Art Object by Luke Chueh

    Luke Chueh I Asked for Scrambled Ceramic Plate Art Object by Luke Chueh

    I Asked for Scrambled Limited Edition Digital Pigment Print on Ceramic Plate Artwork by famous graffiti street artist Luke Chueh. Revenge Is A Dish Collectors Plate- Born in Philadelphia, but raised in Fresno, Luke Chueh (pronounced CHU) studied graphic design at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obipso where he earned a BS in Art & Design. He was then employed by the Ernie Ball Company, working in-house as a designer/illustrator where he created several award-winning designs and was featured in the design annuals of Communication Arts and Print Magazine.

    $252.00

  • Ceci N'est Pas Une Peter Griffin Original Spray Paint Mixed Media Painting by Shark Toof

    Shark Toof Ceci N'est Pas Une Peter Griffin Original Spray Paint Mixed Media Painting by Shark Toof

    Ceci N'est Pas Une Peter Griffin Original Painting Acrylic & Aerosol on Canvas by Shark Toof Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2014 Signed Orignal Spray Paint Mixed Media Painting Artwork Size 27x19 "This new body of work is a blend of my graffiti roots, where I developed my unique voice. At the same time, there's also an aspect of this work that is " not taking yourself too seriously, vandalizing your icons," Shark Toof said while preparing in Detroit. "I like Detroit because it is very do-it-yourself, and I am a very do-it-yourself artist, so it is a great fit for me."-Shark Toof The Artistic Dialect of Shark Toof: Subverting Pop Culture Icons Shark Toof's "Ceci N'est Pas Une Peter Griffin" is a compelling piece that showcases the artist's deft blend of graffiti roots with the playful irreverence of modern pop art. Created in 2014, this original painting embodies Shark Toof's unique voice, a voice he has cultivated through his deep connections with the street art movement. This artwork, measuring 27x19 inches, is a striking example of his mixed media mastery, incorporating acrylic and aerosol on canvas. In this piece, Shark Toof engages with the familiar iconography of pop culture, specifically the well-known character Peter Griffin from the animated sitcom "Family Guy." However, in true street art fashion, Shark Toof takes this familiar image and subverts it, adding layers of meaning and challenging the viewer's perceptions. The title, a nod to René Magritte's famous work, plays with the idea of representation and reality, encouraging viewers to question what they see. The painting's mixed media approach is characteristic of street pop art, which combines various techniques and materials to create dynamic visuals. Shark Toof's use of bold colors and exaggerated features captures the essence of graffiti art's impact while paying homage to pop art's stylized aesthetics. His work does not shy away from humor or satire; instead, it embraces these elements to deliver a more profound commentary on the nature of celebrity, fandom, and the art world itself. In the context of street pop art and graffiti artwork, Shark Toof stands out as an artist who embodies the DIY spirit of the genre. His affinity for cities like Detroit, with their rich industrial pasts and vibrant street art scenes, speaks to his commitment to the grassroots nature of his craft. Shark Toof's work, including "Ceci N'est Pas Une Peter Griffin," is a visual feast and a testament to the transformative power of street art in the modern era. Through his art, Shark Toof continues to push the boundaries of street pop art, showcasing its potential to be both playful and piercingly insightful. His ability to navigate the intersection of street art and fine art while maintaining a sense of authenticity and approachability ensures that his work resonates with a broad spectrum of art enthusiasts and collectors alike.

    $2,609.00

  • General Jankys Hot n Sweaty Wings King Janky The 5.5 Art Toy by SuperPlastic General Jankys Hot n Sweaty Wings King Janky The 5.5 Art Toy by SuperPlastic

    SuperPlastic General Jankys Hot n Sweaty Wings King Janky The 5.5 Art Toy by SuperPlastic

    King Janky The 5.5 "General Janky’s Hot 'n Sweaty Wings" SuperPlastic Limited Edition Vinyl Artwork Street Art Toy Collectable Figure 2020 Displayed With Box. The fifth-and-a-half heir to the throne likes his wings like he likes his flings – hot 'n sweaty! Includes sign, chili crown, milk carton, and plenty of saucy to go around.

    $71.00

  • Debt Paid in Blood Silkscreen Print by Robert Wilson IV

    Robert Wilson IV Debt Paid in Blood Silkscreen Print by Robert Wilson IV

    Debt Paid in Blood Limited Edition 4-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Artist Robert Wilson IV. 2012 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 100 Artwork Size 18x24 This print was originally produced for Floating World Comics' "Battles" Yakuza-inspired art show in Portland! This 18x24 inch silkscreen features a split fountain and is signed and numbered by the artist in an edition of 100.

    $147.00

  • Debt Paid in Blood- Variant Silkscreen Print by Robert Wilson IV

    Robert Wilson IV Debt Paid in Blood- Variant Silkscreen Print by Robert Wilson IV

    Debt Paid in Blood- Variant Limited Edition 1-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Artist Robert Wilson IV. 2012 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 25 Artwork Size 18x24 This print was produced initially for Floating World Comics' "Battles" Yakuza-inspired art show in Portland! This 18x24 inch silkscreen is signed and numbered by the artist in a tiny edition of only 25. Printed on manilla tag paper.

    $215.00

  • Crown Fried Archival Print by Damon Johnson

    Damon Johnson Crown Fried Archival Print by Damon Johnson

    Crown Fried Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on Cotton Fine Art Paper by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Damon Johnson. 7 by 22 inch archival cotton paper edition of 10 signed and numbered. Crown Fried Archival Print by Damon Johnson

    $272.00

  • Knox CHKNHEAD Canbot Canz Art Toy by Creon x Czee13 Knox CHKNHEAD Canbot Canz Art Toy by Creon x Czee13

    Czee13 Knox CHKNHEAD Canbot Canz Art Toy by Creon x Czee13

    Knox CHKNHEAD Canbot Canz Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by Pop Culture Artists Creon x Czee13. 2022 Limited Edition of 150 New In Box The Knox CHKNHEAD Canbot Canz : A Modern Intersection of Street Pop Art and Toy Culture The Knox CHKNHEAD Canbot Canz is a vibrant exemplar of the cross-pollination between street pop art and designer toy culture. This limited edition vinyl art toy is the brainchild of pop culture artists Creon and Czee13, whose collaborative efforts have given rise to a piece that is both a collectible and a statement. Released in 2022 in a limited edition of 150 pieces, each Canbot Canz is a testament to its creators' craftsmanship and creative vision, encapsulating the rebellious spirit of street art within a traditionally playful and approachable form. Crafting a New Narrative in Art Collectibles The Canbot Canz itself is not merely a passive figure but a narrative vessel, imbuing the playful form of a robot with the edginess and boldness often found in graffiti artwork. The juxtaposition of the can-like body with the stylized chicken head wearing a hard hat speaks to a fusion of industrial motifs with urban artistry. This piece reflects the growing trend in street pop art to repurpose and reimagine everyday objects, turning them into something extraordinary and thought-provoking. Reflection of Contemporary Street Art Trends The limited release of the Knox CHKNHEAD Canbot Canz also mirrors street art's exclusivity and in-the-moment ethos. Just as a mural may appear overnight and be gone the next day, the scarcity of this art toy creates a parallel experience for collectors. Each piece, new in the box, becomes a portable mural, a slice of the street brought into the collector's personal space, allowing for an intimate interaction with art often experienced from a distance or within the public domain. The Knox CHKNHEAD Canbot Canz by Creon and Czee13 represents not just a product but a convergence of pop culture, street art, and collectible design, marking a significant moment in the evolution of modern art forms.

    $318.00

  • Cock Fight Archival Print by Jessica Hess

    Jessica Hess Cock Fight Archival Print by Jessica Hess

    Cock Fight Archival Print by Jessica Hess Limited Edition Print on Moab Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 9x17 Archival Pigment Fine Art

    $135.00

Chicken Graffiti Street Pop Artwork

The Symbolic Resonance of Chickens in Street Art

The chicken, a subject seemingly modest and everyday, has been elevated to an object of deep symbolic significance in the diverse world of street pop art and graffiti artwork. The depiction of chickens in urban art stretches across cultures and continents, finding its way onto walls and alleyways, embodying various meanings from societal commentary to simple aesthetic pleasure. Chicken can be a fun and interesting topic in graffiti street pop art, as it offers a variety of creative possibilities for artists to explore. Chicken can be a versatile and dynamic topic in graffiti street pop art, offering a range of opportunities for artists to explore themes such as humor, power, confinement, and imagination. Cartoon chicken: A cartoon-style chicken with exaggerated features, such as a large head and small body, can add a playful and whimsical element to a graffiti piece. Rooster: A rooster can be a bold and powerful image, with its bright red comb and sharp beak. It can represent confidence, strength, and dominance. Chickens in a coop: Depicting chickens in a coop can add a sense of confinement and restriction, which can be a commentary on social issues such as factory farming or animal cruelty. Chicken as a food item: Chicken is a popular food item, and artists can use this to make a statement about the food industry or consumerism. For example, a piece depicting a chicken being prepared for cooking could be a commentary on food waste or the ethics of meat consumption. Hybrid chicken: A hybrid chicken, such as a chicken with a human head or a robot body, can create a surreal and imaginative image that pushes the boundaries of traditional graffiti street pop art.

From Farmyards to Urban Jungles: Chickens in Graffiti

The image of the chicken in street art can be traced back to the very essence of human settlement, where chickens were among the first domesticated animals. In the context of graffiti and street pop art, the chicken is often used to express themes ranging from freedom and survival to the exploration of human-animal relationships. Artists may use the image of the chicken to symbolize the common man, pecking away at the ground of life, or to represent the idea of sustenance and nourishment, both physical and spiritual. In some urban art pieces, chickens are portrayed with a sense of humor and playfulness, adding a light-hearted touch to the otherwise serious or austere environment of the cityscape. They can be whimsical characters in larger narratives or standalone icons that draw a smile from passersby. In other instances, chickens in street art address issues of animal rights, factory farming, and the impact of human consumption habits on the environment. In street pop art, the chicken has sometimes been appropriated as a cultural icon, infused with vibrant colors and bold lines that capture the eye and provoke thought. Artists may use the familiar form of the chicken to challenge viewers to reconsider their relationship with the animal world or to reflect on the simplicity and beauty inherent in everyday life. The chicken, in its various artistic renderings, becomes a versatile symbol within street art, embodying the capacity for adaptation and resilience. In many cultures, chickens are seen as harbingers of dawn, new beginnings, and the cyclical nature of life. Street art captures this symbolism, using the figure of the chicken to communicate messages of hope, renewal, and the persistence of life in the urban environment. Through these depictions, chickens in street pop art and graffiti become more than just birds; they are messengers, storytellers, and silent witnesses to the human condition. Their presence in street art serves as a reminder of nature's proximity and the enduring connection between human society and the animal kingdom.

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