6 artworks

  • El Kilos Silkscreen Canvas Print by SSUR- Ruslan Karablin

    SSUR- Ruslan Karablin El Kilos Silkscreen Canvas Print by SSUR- Ruslan Karablin

    El Kilos Gallery Wrapped 1-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Streached Canvas by SSUR- Ruslan Karablin Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. El Kilos by SSUR aka Ruslan Karablin- This amazing artwork sculpture/print is gallery-wrapped white canvas in the shape of a kilo of drugs (coke/heroin). The silkscreen has a stamp-like style and features a black scorpion. It also features the words: 1 kg (2.2 LBS) / 1000 Grams - Product of Colombia. Limited edition silkscreen/sculpture art print artwork by famous artist SSUR.


  • Dust Silkscreen Print by SSUR- Ruslan Karablin

    SSUR- Ruslan Karablin Dust Silkscreen Print by SSUR- Ruslan Karablin

    Dust 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by SSUR- Ruslan Karablin Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. SSUR aka Ruslan Karablin uses gangster references in his artwork perhaps spanning from his Russian experiences and street lifestyle. Drug, pop culture, and concrete playground references dot his art as a gritty sense of what's real and fake becomes apparent to the viewer.


  • Pablo Silkscreen Print by SSUR- Ruslan Karablin

    SSUR- Ruslan Karablin Pablo Silkscreen Print by SSUR- Ruslan Karablin

    Pablo 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by SSUR- Ruslan Karablin Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. A very cool Pablo Escobar wanted poster is depicted in this artwork print. Printed across his picture is the work Muerto, or DEAD. Rare special limited edition out-of-production art print.


  • Just One More Bump Blotter Paper Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Ben Frost Just One More Bump Blotter Paper Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Just One More Bump Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Ben Frost 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. Ben Frost is utilizing imagery familiar to western culture in order to make a statement about the culture itself on the basis of consumerism, modern icons, big corporations, etc. Animation characters, pop icons, brand logos, and many more are transformed into vibrant artworks and find their place in galleries. With this in mind, and in the case of Ben Frost, it is futile to try to identify a clear borderline between low and high art. In reality, the artist wants the audience to think on the terms of high or low value and, by extension, what these actually mean. Over the years street artists have managed to establish themselves as respected creators and some of them have even gained international fame, transforming graffiti from a fringe art, aiming sometimes to mark street gangs’ territory, into big business.


  • Tony Montana 2 Archival Print by Adam Lister

    Adam Lister Tony Montana 2 Archival Print by Adam Lister

    Tony Montana 2 Archival Print by Adam Lister Limited Edition on 300gsm Hot Press Matte Fine Art Paper Pop Graffiti Street Art Artist Modern Artwork. 2022 Signed & Numbered Print Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 10x8 Archival Pigment Fine Art Tony Montana From Scarface Movie Sitting At Deck With Cocaine in Glitch Style Blending the worlds of pop culture and avant-garde artistry, Adam Lister presents 'Tony Montana 2 Archival Print,' a unique exploration of a film legend through pixelated lens. Revisiting the iconic scene from the movie "Scarface", Lister captures the intense ambiance surrounding Tony Montana as he sits at his desk, hinting at the notorious pile of cocaine without overt depiction. The 8x10 artwork, crafted with meticulous attention to detail, employs a glitch art style that breaks down the visual into geometric blocks. This pixelated representation evokes a sense of nostalgia, reminiscent of early video game graphics, and contrasts sharply with the high-definition world of today's cinema. It serves as a stark reminder of the digital evolution while preserving the essence of the dramatic scene. Printed on premium 300gsm hot press matte fine art paper, the tactile quality of the piece complements the visual intricacies. The use of archival pigment ensures that the colors, from the cold grays of Montana's suit to the warm hues of his surroundings, remain vibrant, offering viewers a lasting, unadulterated experience. With this limited edition offering, restricted to a mere 50 signed and numbered prints, Lister cements his position in the world of modern street and pop art. His reinterpretation of Tony Montana invites art enthusiasts and movie buffs alike to witness a classic scene under an entirely new, pixelated light, broadening the horizons of interpretative art.


  • Contra Cocaine Glitter Silkscreen Print by Robert "Robbie" Conal

    Robert "Robbie" Conal Contra Cocaine Glitter Silkscreen Print by Robert "Robbie" Conal

    Contra Cocaine Silkscreen & Glitter Print by Robert "Robbie" Conal Hand-Pulled on Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork. 2010 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 100 Artwork Size 18x24 Silkscreen Print Robert "Robbie" Conal's Contra Cocaine: A Landmark in Street Pop Art & Graffiti Artwork The artwork "Contra Cocaine" by Robert "Robbie" Conal is a watershed moment in the history of street pop art and graffiti artwork. The 18x24 silkscreen print, with its haunting skull imagery set against a camouflaged backdrop, is not just a visual statement but a political cudgel wielded with artistic precision. This hand-pulled print on fine art paper, a limited edition of 100, represents Conal's unapologetic foray into street art, a domain he has since come to dominate. Educated at Stanford and a master painter, Robbie Conal is known for his unflinching, intensely detailed portraits, often depicting political figures in grotesque forms. His highly political and active work provides a scathing commentary on political corruption and misconduct. "Contra Cocaine" is perhaps his most notorious piece, a symbolic representation of the Iran/Contra scandal that plagued the Reagan administration. Its original iteration in 1988 has the distinction of being a part of the permanent collection at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), underscoring its cultural and historical significance. Contra Cocaine: The Intersection of Art and Political Activism Conal's "Contra Cocaine" transcends mere artistic endeavor; it encapsulates the artist's commitment to confronting and exposing the dark underbelly of political power structures. The piece is a grim commentary on the Iran/Contra affair, with the skull serving as a macabre symbol of the deadly consequences of political gamesmanship. Using street art's stark, compelling visual language, Conal's work becomes accessible and engaging, drawing the public into a conversation about the often invisible mechanisms of government wrongdoing. The distribution of "Contra Cocaine" through street posters in cities across the United States marked Conal's initial exploration into street art. This guerrilla postering, a form of grassroots activism, was designed to provoke public discourse and bring political commentary out of the galleries and into the streets. The image became synonymous with a generation's disillusionment and rage, channeling the spirit of protest into a singularly impactful piece of art. Legacy and Influence of Robbie Conal in Street Art Robbie Conal's influence on street pop art and graffiti artwork is profound. His commitment to marrying art with activism has inspired countless artists to view the urban landscape as a platform for social commentary and change. Plastering "Contra Cocaine" posters around the country was not just an artistic statement but a call to arms, engaging a volunteer "army" of supporters to disseminate the powerful image far and wide. Conal's method of engagement—activating a network of volunteers to distribute his posters—echoes the collective nature of street art, wherein the community plays a crucial role in the dissemination and reception of the work. The "army" that Conal mobilizes speaks to the collaborative spirit of the street art movement, blurring the lines between artist and audience, between individual creation and collective experience. Contra Cocaine: A Statement of Artistic and Historical Importance The historical context of "Contra Cocaine" amplifies its importance in the annals of street art. Published on the occasion of the exhibition "The Missing Link" at Country Club in 2010, the print also belongs to the Beautiful Losers Archive and Iconoclast Editions, collections that honor the works of artists who have shaped the landscape of contemporary art outside traditional systems. "Contra Cocaine" not only cements Robbie Conal's place in street art history but also stands as a testament to the power of visual art as a means of political resistance and societal reflection. As a piece of street pop art and graffiti artwork, it represents the genre's potential to influence public opinion and spark dialogues that transcend the visual medium, entering the realm of collective memory and historical documentation. The continued relevance of "Contra Cocaine" lies in its unabashed confrontation with political corruption and how art can expose and critique those in power. Through this work and his broader artistic oeuvre, Robbie Conal demonstrates the enduring role of the artist as a provocateur and a social commentator, wielding brushes and silkscreens as others might wield pens or protest signs. His legacy in street art is defined by his distinctive visual style and his unwavering commitment to activism through art.



Cocaine is a controversial and complex topic that can be explored in Graffiti Street Pop Art. In this art form, artists use various techniques such as stenciling, tagging, and freehand painting to create visually striking and thought-provoking pieces. When it comes to incorporating cocaine into Graffiti Street Pop Art, artists may choose to depict the drug itself, its packaging, or its use. They may also choose to comment on the societal issues surrounding cocaine, such as addiction, violence, and organized crime. One example of a street artist who has explored the topic of cocaine is the French artist Mr. Brainwash. In his work, he often incorporates images of celebrities and pop culture icons, as well as iconic imagery related to cocaine use, such as rolled-up dollar bills and white powder. Another example is the American artist Retna, who often incorporates the Spanish language and imagery from his Mexican heritage into his work. His pieces explore themes such as identity, culture, and addiction, and often feature bold lettering and intricate patterns. It is worth noting that while exploring the topic of cocaine in Graffiti Street Pop Art can be visually striking and thought-provoking, it can also be controversial and potentially triggering for some viewers. As with any artwork that deals with sensitive topics, artists should approach the subject matter with care and sensitivity, and be prepared to engage in constructive dialogue with viewers who may have differing opinions or experiences.

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