Dave Pollot

26 artworks


  • Oil and Water 2022 Giclee Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Oil and Water 2022 Giclee Print by Dave Pollot

    Oil and Water 2022 Giclee Print by Dave Pollot Artwork Limited Edition Print on Velvet Matte Rag Paper Graffiti Pop Street Artist. 2022 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 150 Artwork Size 17.75x24 Dave Pollot's Creative Process in "Oil and Water" Dave Pollot's "Oil and Water" is a remarkable giclee print that exemplifies the artist's renowned ability to navigate the confluence of classical art themes with the vibrant, unrestrained spirit of street pop art and graffiti artwork. The limited edition print, produced on sumptuous velvet matte rag paper, showcases Pollot's commitment to quality and his knack for repurposing traditional art forms within a modern context. Signed and numbered in 2022, this piece is part of a limited edition of 150, each print measuring 17.75x24 inches, and it encapsulates the artist's playful yet thought-provoking approach to art. In "Oil and Water," Pollot presents a traditional nautical scene with an unexpected twist – a ship's sails adorned with vibrant graffiti. This anachronistic fusion is a visual metaphor for the clash and blend of different times, cultures, and art forms. The giclee printing process, known for its ability to produce high-quality, long-lasting prints, allows Pollot's intricate details and vivid colors to stand out, preserving the textural qualities of the original painting while adding a contemporary crispness that captivates the viewer. The inclusion of graffiti, a hallmark of street art, on the sails of the classic ship juxtaposes the freedom and rebellion associated with graffiti culture against the disciplined, measured world of seafaring depicted in traditional maritime paintings. Pollot's work suggests a dialogue between the structured progression of history and the often disruptive, spontaneous energy of modern street pop art. The artwork invites contemplation about the nature of progress – it questions whether the two worlds it portrays are as incompatible as oil and water or whether they can coexist and complement each other. The Cultural Resonance of "Oil and Water" The limited edition nature of "Oil and Water" speaks to the exclusivity and collectability often associated with street pop art and graffiti artwork. Collectors of Pollot's work are acquiring a visually stunning piece and a slice of contemporary art discourse. The print serves as a tangible representation of the ongoing conversation about the place of street art within the broader art historical narrative and its intersection with popular culture. Dave Pollot's medium and subject matter choice in "Oil and Water" also underscores a more significant cultural resonance. Giclee prints have democratized art ownership, allowing more people to engage with and possess otherwise inaccessible works. By leveraging this medium, Pollot extends the reach of his art, allowing more individuals to participate in the cultural exchange that his work reflects and instigates. "Oil and Water" and the Evolution of Artistic Expression "Oil and Water" symbolizes the evolution of artistic expression in the modern era. By infusing classical art with the language of street pop and graffiti, Pollot is contributing to developing a new visual vocabulary that is both accessible and deeply layered with meaning. His work does not conform to traditional boundaries; instead, it traverses and expands them, embodying contemporary art's dynamic and ever-changing landscape. The future trajectory of Pollot's career, and more broadly street pop art and graffiti artwork, is one of continued innovation and expansion. As seen with "Oil and Water," the potential for growth and exploration within this artistic domain is vast. With each limited edition print, Pollot shares a unique vision and invites viewers to question and redefine their understanding of art's potential. In "Oil and Water," Dave Pollot has created more than a mere image; he has crafted a bridge across time, a conversation between disparate art forms, and a reflection on the nature of cultural evolution. The artwork is a testament to Pollot's skill, vision, and unwavering dedication to pushing the boundaries of what art can be and do. As one of the 150 limited edition prints circulates among collectors and enthusiasts, it carries the spirit of innovation and the enduring question of how the past informs the present and future of art.

    $392.00

  • Processed and Enriched Oil Painiting by Dave Pollot Processed and Enriched Oil Painiting by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Processed and Enriched Oil Painiting by Dave Pollot

    Processed and Enriched Original Painting Oil on Found Art Canvas by Dave Pollot Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. ‘Processed and Enriched’-Original oil on found art by Dave Pollot- Background is a framed painting on canvas- Signed in oil by Artist-Includes signed Measures 17.5 x 24″ including frame

    $3,135.00

  • Pass Through I HPM Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Pass Through I HPM Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Pass-Through I HPM Archival Print by Dave Pollot Limited Edition Hand Burnt Multiple on Matte Velvet Rag Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered HPM Hand Embellished Print Limited Edition of TBD Artwork Size 24x13.62 Archival Pigment Fine Art Each Artwork Is Uniquely Hand Burnt By Artist

    $356.00

  • Oil and Water IV The Year that Took the Wind Out of Our Sails 2020 AP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Oil and Water IV The Year that Took the Wind Out of Our Sails 2020 AP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Oil and Water IV The Year that Took the Wind Out of Our Sails 2020 AP Archival Print by Dave Pollot Limited Edition Print on Matte Velvet Rag Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. AP Artist Proof 2020 Signed & Marked AP Limited Edition 4/10 Artwork Size 18x24 Archival Pigment Fine Art "Oil and Water IV The Year that Took the Wind Out of Our Sails" stands as a testament to the prowess of Dave Pollot, a revered name in contemporary pop art. This piece, created in 2020, exemplifies Pollot's unique ability to extract meaning from mundane objects and translate it into visually compelling narratives. Conceived as an archival pigment print on matte velvet rag fine art paper, the artwork is steeped in Pollot's signature style and offers a thoughtful commentary on the challenging year that was 2020. The piece is part of a limited edition series, signed and marked as Artist's Proof (AP), and assigned the distinct serial 4/10. These marks authenticate its exclusivity, affirming the artist's hands-on involvement in the creation process, ensuring each piece's uniqueness. Measuring 18x24 inches, the print is designed to stand out, creating a striking impression that encapsulates the artist's knack for turning everyday images into poignant masterpieces. Pollot's work transcends the traditional boundaries of pop art, drawing influence from street and graffiti art in its aesthetic and thematic expression. The juxtaposition of oil and water in this piece serves as a metaphor, alluding to the incompatibility and conflict faced in 2020. Like oil and water, the year saw the world's population struggling to mix, separated by invisible barriers of fear and uncertainty, a theme which the artist deftly brings to life. "Oil and Water IV The Year that Took the Wind Out of Our Sails" is not merely a captivating piece of visual art; it is an archival record of a difficult historical moment, viewed through the lens of a talented pop artist. Its distinctive combination of archival pigment on matte velvet rag paper enriches its impact, granting it a timeless appeal. This artwork is a must-have for modern art aficionados who appreciate the narrative depth and visual charm of pop art, as well as the novel perspectives it brings to the events of our time.

    $1,584.00

  • Glitch II AP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Glitch II AP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Glitch II AP Archival Print by Dave Pollot Limited Edition Print on Matte Velvet Rag Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. AP Artist Proof 2021 Signed & Marked AP Limited Edition 1/3 Artwork Size 24x19 Archival Pigment Fine Art Glitch II AP Archival Print is a visually stimulating, limited-edition work by the contemporary artist Dave Pollot. Synthesizing the realms of pop art, street art, and graffiti, this artwork reflects the burgeoning cultural expressions of our time. Created in 2021, the print features an artist proof (AP) status, signifying a premium, exclusive nature to the work. Being signed and marked as AP, this piece exudes authenticity and exclusivity, with a limited run of just three pieces. Crafted meticulously, the artwork manifests itself in a size of 24x17, a formidable and eye-catching dimension that allows the viewer to appreciate the complexity and layered nuances of the piece. The medium utilized for this piece is an archival pigment fine art print, printed on matte velvet rag fine art paper. This specific type of paper provides superior longevity, offering the archival quality that guarantees a lifetime of vibrant colors and sharp details. As a pop artist, Dave Pollot demonstrates a unique ability to manipulate the viewer's perception through his modern approach. Using elements of street and graffiti art, he distorts traditional imagery with contemporary themes, thus creating an engaging dialogue between the viewer and the artwork. This dialogue is exemplified in Glitch II AP Archival Print, where the visual distortion - or 'glitch' - represents a break from normalcy, encapsulating the uncertainties of our digital age. The uniqueness of the Glitch II AP Archival Print lies not just in its limited edition or the artist behind it, but in the way it taps into and reflects the zeitgeist. It is a testament to Dave Pollot's skill as an artist and his ability to incorporate diverse elements into his work to create an art piece that captures attention, provokes thought, and stimulates conversation.

    $825.00

  • TGIF V 20 Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot TGIF V 20 Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    TGIF V 20 Archival Print by Dave Pollot Limited Edition on PH Neutral 17mil Canvas Pop Graffiti Street Art Artist Modern Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered Print Limited Edition of TBD Artwork Size 16x20 Archival Pigment Fine Art on Canvas of the Jason from Horror Movie Friday the 13th in a Swamp

    $432.00

  • Unsolved Mystery 20 Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Unsolved Mystery 20 Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Unsolved Mystery 20 Archival Print by Dave Pollot Limited Edition on PH Neutral 17mil Canvas Pop Graffiti Street Art Artist Modern Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered Print Limited Edition of 100 Artwork Size 16x20 Archival Pigment Fine Art on Canvas of the Scooby Doo Mystery Machine Van in a Swamp Dave Pollot's "Unsolved Mystery 20": A Nostalgic Reimagining in Street Pop Art Dave Pollot's "Unsolved Mystery 20" is a striking archival print that bridges the familiarity of childhood nostalgia with the aesthetic sensibilities of Pop Graffiti and Street Art. The piece is part of a limited edition series, numbered and signed by Pollot himself, and is limited to a collection of 100. At 16x20 inches, this artwork captures a vivid reimagining of the iconic Scooby Doo Mystery Machine Van, now situated in a desolate swamp, rendered on PH-neutral 17mil canvas that promises durability and color retention. Pollot, an American artist renowned for his adept repurposing of thrift art, infuses new life into forgotten landscapes by introducing modern pop culture elements. "Unsolved Mystery 20" is emblematic of Pollot's approach, as he deftly places a symbol of adventure and mystery from a beloved cartoon into a classical, almost pastoral, painting, thereby creating a dialogue between the old and the new, the playful and the serene. Technique and Innovation in Canvas Print Art The archival pigment used in the fine art on canvas provides a textural depth and color richness, bringing the compositional elements to life. Pollot's technique ensures that each print is a visual experience and an archival piece that can withstand the test of time. Using PH-neutral canvas in creating "Unsolved Mystery 20" is a testament to Pollot's commitment to quality and longevity, ensuring that the art remains free from the yellowing that can occur with acidic materials. The image itself serves as a powerful visual narrative. The Mystery Machine, a van that once symbolized the journey towards uncovering truths, now lies abandoned in a swamp, suggesting a tale untold or a case left unsolved. This evokes a sense of nostalgia tinged with melancholy, inviting viewers to ponder the stories behind the image. It's a stark reflection on the passage of time and the shifting nature of stories and symbols in our culture. The Cultural Impact of Dave Pollot's Work Dave Pollot's contributions to modern Street Pop Art and the broader art community have been marked by his playful yet provocative reinventions of traditional art. By incorporating elements from pop culture into idyllic scenes from discarded paintings, Pollot challenges the viewer's perceptions and expectations. In "Unsolved Mystery 20", the Mystery Machine's unexpected appearance in a classic landscape disrupts the original work's serenity, creating a humorous and thought-provoking contrast. Pollot's work is particularly resonant because it offers more than just aesthetic pleasure; it also provides commentary on the transience of pop culture and its enduring influence on our collective consciousness. By placing a modern icon within a forgotten backdrop, he captures the essence of timelessness within the ever-changing tides of cultural relevance. As an artist, Pollot continues to intrigue and inspire with his imaginative interpretations of both the banal and the iconic. His distinctive style has carved out a unique space in art where the line between traditional and contemporary art forms is celebrated and blurred. "Unsolved Mystery 20", with its poignant portrayal of an abandoned cultural icon, encapsulates this blend perfectly, ensuring Pollot's place as a significant figure in the narrative of contemporary art.

    $432.00

  • Sale -15% Primer V Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Primer V Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Primer V Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on 315gsm Matte Velvet Rag Paper by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Dave Pollot. Edition of 100 Measures 24 x 34.3" including 2" margin Printed on matte velvet rag paper, 315 gsm Signed and numbered by Artist

    $572.00$486.00

  • Sale -15% Primer I Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Primer I Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Primer I Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on 315gsm Matte Velvet Rag Paper by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Dave Pollot. Edition of 100 Measures 24 x 34.3" including 2" margin Printed on matte velvet rag paper, 315 gsm Signed and numbered by Artist

    $572.00$486.00

  • Still Wanna Believe? III Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Still Wanna Believe? III Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Still Wanna Believe? III Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on Fine Art Paper by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Dave Pollot. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 45 Artwork Size 24x17 Dave Pollot's "Still Wanna Believe? III": A Whimsical Blend of Reality and Fantasy Dave Pollot's "Still Wanna Believe? III" is a limited edition work that skillfully dances on the boundary between the real and the imagined, a captivating example of how pop culture permeates the realm of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. This archival pigment fine art print on fine art paper features a sizeable 24x17 inches canvas, limited to a series of 45 signed and numbered editions. Released in 2021, Pollot's piece weaves together the traditional idyll of pastoral art with the otherworldly intrigue of science fiction, creating a visual discourse that transcends the conventional scope of graffiti art. The American artist, celebrated for his revitalization of thrift art through the lens of pop culture, deftly infuses a classic landscape with the arresting image of a UFO abducting a human subject. By doing so, Pollot's "Still Wanna Believe? III" bridges not only different genres but also different worlds, challenging the viewer to reconsider the boundaries of traditional art within the public sphere. Artistic Technique and Cultural Commentary Pollot's selection of archival pigment for his prints ensures rich color rendering and longevity, allowing his artwork's fine details and vibrant juxtapositions to stand the test of time. The use of fine art paper complements the pigment, giving the print a tangible quality that is both visually and texturally pleasing, much like the canvases of classical art that Pollot so often reimagines. "Still Wanna Believe? III" does more than depict an unlikely scenario; it reflects our enduring fascination with the unknown and the allure of conspiracy theories. Pollot plays with the theme of belief and skepticism, invoking the iconic phrase "I want to believe" from the realm of UFO enthusiasts and embedding it into a tranquil rural scene. The result is an artwork that is as much a conversation starter as a statement piece, encapsulating the spirit of questioning and wonder that defines much of contemporary pop art. The Pop Art Revolution of Dave Pollot Dave Pollot's contributions to the world of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork are marked by his wit, creativity, and the seamless integration of pop culture into classical motifs. "Still Wanna Believe? III" is a prime example of Pollot's artistry, as it encapsulates his playful subversion of art historical norms and the synthesis of popular mythos with delicate art sensibilities. The limited edition nature of the piece adds an element of exclusivity, marrying the fleeting essence of street art with the enduring quality of fine art collections. In this work, Pollot creates a space for the viewer to engage with the whimsical possibilities of otherworldly encounters and establishes his art as a pivotal point of convergence where the ordinary meets the extraordinary. With his distinctive approach, Pollot continues to expand the dialogue around what constitutes art in the public imagination, and "Still Wanna Believe? III" stands as a vibrant testament to his vision. The print is not just a representation of Pollot's skill but a reflection of the contemporary zeitgeist, where the lines between art forms are blurred, and the pop culture narratives of one era can become the artistic treasures of the next.

    $406.00

  • Sale -15% On the Shoulders of Tiny Giants I Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot On the Shoulders of Tiny Giants I Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    On the Shoulders of Tiny Giants I Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on Canvas by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Dave Pollot. 40" Canvas Print: -Edition of 25, signed and numbered -40” on long side -Printed on pH neutral 17 mil canvas. 2" of white margin surrounding the image

    $572.00$486.00

  • X Æ A-12 Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot X Æ A-12 Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    X Æ A-12 Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on 315gsm Matte Velvet Rag Paper by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Dave Pollot. 2021 Signed & Numbered Print Artwork Size 24x20

    $406.00

  • Sale -15% Mixtape Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Mixtape Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Mixtape Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on Matte Velvet Rag Paper by Graffiti Street Art Pop Artist Dave Pollot. 2022 Signed & Numnbered Limited Edition of 100 Artwork Size 19.82x24 Edition of 100 -Signed and numbered in pencil beneath in image -Measures 19.82 x 24" including 2" white margins -Printed on matte velvet rag paper

    $572.00$486.00

  • Non-Volley Zone II Original Acrylic Painting by Dave Pollot Non-Volley Zone II Original Acrylic Painting by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Non-Volley Zone II Original Acrylic Painting by Dave Pollot

    Non-Volley Zone II Original Acrylic Painting by Dave Pollot One-of-a-kind Artwork on Vintage Canvas Framed by Street Art Pop Artist. 2022 Signed Acrylic on Original Pickleball Paddle Reclaimed Vintage Painting Size 23x18 Including Frame. Framed Ready To Hang In a unique blend of classical artistry and contemporary wit, "Non-Volley Zone II" emerges as a prime example of Dave Pollot's vision, where vintage aesthetics meet modern narratives. This original acrylic painting showcases Pollot's signature style of repurposing thrift art, introducing unexpected modern elements to otherwise traditional canvases. Created in 2022, this work features a charming still life that has been playfully disrupted by the addition of a pickleball paddle, a modern sports reference that Pollot has cleverly incorporated into the scene. At the heart of this piece is Pollot's mastery in combining two seemingly disparate worlds. The artist breathes new life into a reclaimed vintage painting by juxtaposing the timeless beauty of a floral arrangement with the unexpected intrusion of a pickleball paddle lying at the forefront, symbolizing perhaps the collision of past and present or the intrusion of the contemporary into the serene stillness of history. The playful inclusion of the paddle is a nod to his keen eye for pop culture references, making the artwork resonate with a sense of humor and relevance. The canvas size, at a notable 23x18 inches framed, allows viewers to immerse themselves in the textural contrasts and vivid colors that Pollot masterfully preserves and enhances. His work is not merely about altering the old. Still, it is a dialogue between the original artist and himself, creating a layered narrative where every brushstroke is a word in a story that spans generations. "Non-Volley Zone II" is more than just an acrylic painting; it is a one-of-a-kind artwork that showcases Pollot's ability to transform forgotten pieces of art into contemporary conversations. This framed piece, ready to hang, carries the hallmark of Pollot's ingenuity and serves as a testament to the evolving nature of art. Through such pieces, Pollot establishes himself not just within the realm of street and pop art but also as a custodian of the past, repurposing it to speak to the present.

    $2,306.00

  • Pass Through II HPM Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Pass Through II HPM Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Pass-Through II HPM Archival Print by Dave Pollot Limited Edition Hand Burnt Multiple on Matte Velvet Rag Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered HPM Hand Embellished Print Limited Edition of TBD Artwork Size 24x16.87 Archival Pigment Fine Art Each Artwork Is Uniquely Hand Burnt By Artist

    $356.00

  • Worlds Collide Part II Original Oil Mixed Media Reclaimed Painting by Dave Pollot Worlds Collide Part II Original Oil Mixed Media Reclaimed Painting by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Worlds Collide Part II Original Oil Mixed Media Reclaimed Painting by Dave Pollot

    Worlds Collide Part II Original Oil Mixed Media Reclaimed Painting by Dave Pollot is One-of-a-Kind Artwork by Street Art Pop Artist. 2023 Signed Oil Painting on Vintage Reclaimed Upcycled Painting Diptych Original Artwork Size 12x9 (UFO) & 17.5x15.5 (Beach) of a UFO Laser Blasting a Seagul Bird On The Beach Intersection of Modernity and Tradition in "Worlds Collide Part II" "Worlds Collide Part II" is a striking representation of Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork, reflecting a seamless blend of traditional artistic methods with the contemporary edge of pop culture. The artist behind this compelling piece has employed oil painting, a classic medium, and infused it with modern thematic elements, presenting a narrative that bridges the ordinary with the otherworldly. The diptych format, hinged together to form a single story, roots the work in historical art traditions, while the subject matter – a UFO engaging with a seagull on a beach – introduces a narrative that is unapologetically current and provocative. This original mixed-media artwork encapsulates the vivacity of street art by utilizing reclaimed and upcycled canvases. Repurposing these materials not only gives them a new lease on life but also pays homage to the ethos of street art, which often sees beauty in the overlooked and discarded. Combining the UFO and beach scenes provokes the viewer to contemplate the juxtapositions within our world – blending the familiar with the very unfamiliar. The artist's signature, marked in 2023, signals the creation of a piece deeply embedded in the present. This one-of-a-kind artwork, measuring 12x9 inches for the 'UFO' panel and 17.5x15.5 inches for the 'Beach' panel, captures the essence of pop art's interaction with the audience. It does not merely portray a scene but also calls into question the boundaries of reality and fiction, urging a reflection on our environment and the unexpected events that could unfold within it. The Narrative of Artistic Transformation in Reclaimed Art Through "Worlds Collide Part II," the artist exemplifies the transformative power of art. By breathing new life into vintage canvases, the artwork becomes a narrative of reinvention and the cyclical nature of art itself. The choice of a reclaimed painting as the medium is a statement about the potential for transformation – a core principle within Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork. It is a visual and conceptual rebirth, where the past and the present amalgamate to create something entirely new and thought-provoking. The beach scene, typically a symbol of tranquility and nature's beauty, is disrupted by the fantastical invasion of a UFO, which starkly contrasts the serene backdrop. This decision illustrates the pop artist's flair for integrating science fiction elements into everyday settings, creating a space where different worlds can interact unexpectedly. The result is an art piece that is a testament to the imagination and the artist's power to challenge our perceptions of the normal and the known. In creating "Worlds Collide Part II," the artist presents an alternate reality and challenges the viewer to consider the impact of such an event. The artwork becomes a portal to a story much larger than the canvas it occupies, inviting us to ponder the endless possibilities that exist beyond our own experiences. Embracing the Ethos of Street Pop and Graffiti Art "Worlds Collide Part II" vividly embodies the principles of Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork. The art piece itself is a confluence of historical techniques and modern cultural expressions, symbolizing art's fluidity and ever-evolving nature. By combining disparate elements – a traditional beach landscape and a symbol of futuristic technology – the artwork mirrors the essence of street art and pop art: the merging of various aspects of culture to create both reflective and forward-looking. The artist's innovative approach to the subject matter and medium underscores a broader cultural commentary inherent in street art. It speaks to a world where boundaries are constantly being redrawn and redefined, where art is not confined to galleries but is a part of the living urban landscape. Thus, The painting becomes more than just a visual experience; it is a conversation with the viewer, a dynamic interaction central to the street and pop art experience. Worlds Collide Part II is not just an art piece but a cultural artifact that encapsulates the zeitgeist of our time. It reflects the ever-changing nature of art, the unexpectedness of life, and the beauty that arises when different worlds come together. Through this piece, the artist invites us to witness the creative potential of combining the traditional with the unconventional, the real with the imagined.

    $7,452.00

  • Still Wanna Believe? III PP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Still Wanna Believe? III PP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Still Wanna Believe? III PP Archival Print by Dave Pollot Limited Edition Print on Matte Velvet Rag Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. PP Printers Proof 2021 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition 5/5 Artwork Size 12x14 Archival Pigment Fine Art UFO Abducting Person in a Vintage Old World Village Setting. Some PPs may have slight blemishes and margin differences; this was a working artist copy. A marvel of contemporary pop art, "Still Wanna Believe? III PP" is a limited-edition archival print by renowned artist Dave Pollot. Composed in 2021, this artwork features a unique fusion of old-world charm and fantastical modern narratives, a quintessential blend that characterizes Pollot's artistic style. This limited edition print, numbered 5/5 and denoted as 'PP' or 'Printers Proof,' bears Pollot's signature, a testament to its authenticity. The term printer proof refers to the initial prints run by the artist to evaluate color accuracy and overall quality before proceeding with the full edition. This piece is, therefore not only an exquisite piece of art but also a collector's item of significant value. Printed on a Matte Velvet Rag Fine Art Paper, the artwork measures 12x14 inches, a perfect size for an intimate display. This superior-quality paper offers a texture that beautifully complements Pollot's vibrant hues and crisp lines, adding a tactile dimension to the visual appeal of the piece. Pollot masterfully merges a vintage old-world village setting with an unexpected, modern UFO abduction scene. The juxtaposition of the ordinary with the extraordinary creates an exciting narrative tension that captivates the viewer. Pollot's signature style is strongly reminiscent of street art and graffiti in its bold colors and fantastical themes, but it is also firmly grounded in the pop art tradition. A hallmark of Pollot's work is his ability to incorporate cultural phenomena, such as the fascination with UFOs, into familiar, even nostalgic, scenes. In "Still Wanna Believe? III PP", the UFO acts as a vibrant symbol of our contemporary cultural and technological obsessions, making a striking contrast with the quaint, old-world village setting. The piece invites us to question the intersection of tradition and modernity, reality and fantasy. "Still Wanna Believe? III PP" is a testament to Dave Pollot's unique artistic vision and mastery of the pop art genre. It is not merely a piece of art but a commentary on contemporary society and culture, a vivid narrative rendered in rich, bold colors. A collector's piece and a conversation starter, it promises to remain a prominent fixture in pop and street art for years.

    $588.00

  • Landmarks PP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Landmarks PP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Landmarks PP Archival Print by Dave Pollot Limited Edition Print on Matte Velvet Rag Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. PP Printers Proof 2021 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition 1/1 Artwork Size 19x24 Archival Pigment Fine Art Graffiti Tags & Throw Ups on a Vintage Mountain Landscape Small Bumps To Right Extreme White Margin, Working Artist Proof Dave Pollot's groundbreaking artwork "Landmarks PP" takes a unique and influential position within the evolving fields of pop art, street art, and graffiti art. As a testament to the artist's creative prowess, the piece ingeniously repurposes a vintage mountain landscape, over which Pollot superimposes graffiti tags and throw-ups, adding a distinctive contemporary edge to an otherwise traditional scene. The "Landmarks PP" is a limited edition print, produced on Matte Velvet Rag Fine Art Paper, an exquisite material chosen for its ability to capture the vibrancy of Pollot's vivid color palette. Marked as 'PP' and signed by the artist himself, the Printers Proof 2021 stamp further confirms its exclusivity. Significantly, the edition is marked 1/1, which underlines that this print is a singular instance in its edition, thus significantly enhancing its desirability and collectability for art aficionados worldwide. The artwork, measuring 17x22 inches, is not only captivating in its visual content but also, notably, in its application of the archival pigment. This process, favored for its longevity and color fidelity, ensures that the print will retain its original brilliance for years to come, providing the collector with an enduring piece of pop art history. Pollot's "Landmarks PP" represents a seamless fusion of traditional landscape art and modern graffiti aesthetics. It is an intriguing exploration of the intersection between these two art worlds, and a clear example of how artists are pushing boundaries to redefine the traditional limits of art. This archival print is an unmistakable icon of Pollot's work, reflecting his ability to incorporate diverse elements into a unified, powerful visual experience that captivates and challenges audiences, urging them to contemplate the possibilities of creative expression.

    $970.00

  • Old Is New Is Old Again Giclee Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Old Is New Is Old Again Giclee Print by Dave Pollot

    Old Is New Is Old Again Giclee Print by Dave Pollot Artwork Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper Graffiti Pop Street Artist. 2020 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 10 Artwork Size 8x10 Matted to 11x14 Renaissance Man Vintage Gentleman Wearing a Wolf Howling At The Moon Dave Pollot's "Old Is New Is Old Again" is a compelling piece of limited edition giclee print artwork that has found its grounding in the intersection of pop art, street art, and graffiti art. Released in 2020, this stunning piece is a testament to Pollot's unparalleled ability to repurpose, reimagine, and recontextualize traditional art forms into contemporary and engaging works. As part of an exclusive series, only 10 signed and numbered copies of this masterpiece exist, each meticulously produced on fine art paper to ensure longevity and vibrancy of color. Measuring 8x10 inches, with a mat that extends the dimensions to 11x14 inches, "Old Is New Is Old Again" is a captivating representation of a Renaissance man in vintage attire. The main subject, distinguished and posed as a gentleman of a bygone era, sports a curious addition that beautifully exemplifies Pollot's creative aesthetic — a graphic of a wolf howling at the moon. This piece seamlessly integrates aspects of modern imagery with classical portraiture, resulting in a unique fusion that embodies the spirit of graffiti pop and street art. In the realm of pop art, Pollot's piece is a nod to the repetition and mass production synonymous with the movement. By embedding modern iconography into a traditional portrait, the artist creatively merges past and present, thereby urging viewers to explore the ubiquitous influence of pop culture on societal perception. The wolf, a symbol often found in street and graffiti art, adds an element of rawness and organic spirit to the otherwise refined and polished depiction of the gentleman. Street art, often reflective of social and cultural expressions, finds its representation in the artwork as well. Pollot's rendering of the gentleman is symbolic of the adaptability and fluidity of street art, with its roots firmly set in the culture of the streets but its reach extending far beyond. The unorthodox incorporation of a graffiti-style wolf into a classical portrait suggests a strong link to street culture, bridging the gap between fine art and popular expressions of creativity. Graffiti art, traditionally associated with rebellion and counterculture, takes on a new form in "Old Is New Is Old Again." The howling wolf, often used in graffiti as a signifier of freedom and independence, has been seamlessly incorporated into the artwork. Its presence offers a stark contrast to the gentleman's attire, suggesting a dichotomy between societal norms and the desire for personal freedom and expression. Through this piece, Dave Pollot has remarkably bridged the gap between varying art forms and historical periods, crafting a timeless piece that speaks volumes of his understanding of art and culture. "Old Is New Is Old Again" is a perfect example of Pollot's ability to draw from diverse artistic movements and social themes, creating a work that resonates with the complexity and diversity of the human experience. In essence, this piece serves as a visual dialogue between different eras and artistic styles, proving that in the realm of art, the old and the new can coexist in the most harmonious and visually striking ways.

    $202.00

  • These Violent Delights Giclee Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot These Violent Delights Giclee Print by Dave Pollot

    These Violent Delights Giclee Print by Dave Pollot Artwork Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper Graffiti Pop Street Artist. 2020 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 15 Artwork Size 24x16.5 Vinatge Italian City on Riverway Populated By Workers From Westworld TV Show Dave Pollot's "Old Is New Is Old Again" is a compelling piece of limited edition giclee print artwork that has found its grounding in the intersection of pop art, street art, and graffiti art. Released in 2020, this stunning piece is a testament to Pollot's unparalleled ability to repurpose, reimagine, and recontextualize traditional art forms into contemporary and engaging works. As part of an exclusive series, only 10 signed and numbered copies of this masterpiece exist, each meticulously produced on fine art paper to ensure longevity and vibrancy of color. Measuring 8x10 inches, with a mat that extends the dimensions to 11x14 inches, "Old Is New Is Old Again" is a captivating representation of a Renaissance man in vintage attire. The main subject, distinguished and posed as a gentleman of a bygone era, sports a curious addition that beautifully exemplifies Pollot's creative aesthetic — a graphic of a wolf howling at the moon. This piece seamlessly integrates aspects of modern imagery with classical portraiture, resulting in a unique fusion that embodies the spirit of graffiti pop and street art. In the realm of pop art, Pollot's piece is a nod to the repetition and mass production synonymous with the movement. By embedding modern iconography into a traditional portrait, the artist creatively merges past and present, thereby urging viewers to explore the ubiquitous influence of pop culture on societal perception. The wolf, a symbol often found in street and graffiti art, adds an element of rawness and organic spirit to the otherwise refined and polished depiction of the gentleman. Street art, often reflective of social and cultural expressions, finds its representation in the artwork as well. Pollot's rendering of the gentleman is symbolic of the adaptability and fluidity of street art, with its roots firmly set in the culture of the streets but its reach extending far beyond. The unorthodox incorporation of a graffiti-style wolf into a classical portrait suggests a strong link to street culture, bridging the gap between fine art and popular expressions of creativity. Graffiti art, traditionally associated with rebellion and counterculture, takes on a new form in "Old Is New Is Old Again." The howling wolf, often used in graffiti as a signifier of freedom and independence, has been seamlessly incorporated into the artwork. Its presence offers a stark contrast to the gentleman's attire, suggesting a dichotomy between societal norms and the desire for personal freedom and expression. Through this piece, Dave Pollot has remarkably bridged the gap between varying art forms and historical periods, crafting a timeless piece that speaks volumes of his understanding of art and culture. "Old Is New Is Old Again" is a perfect example of Pollot's ability to draw from diverse artistic movements and social themes, creating a work that resonates with the complexity and diversity of the human experience. In essence, this piece serves as a visual dialogue between different eras and artistic styles, proving that in the realm of art, the old and the new can coexist in the most harmonious and visually striking ways.

    $480.00

  • The Flower and the Fallen AP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot The Flower and the Fallen AP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    The Flower and the Fallen AP Archival Print by Dave Pollot Limited Edition Print on Matte Velvet Rag Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. AP Artist Proof 2022 Signed & Marked AP Limited Edition 1/1 Artwork Size 24x19.25 Archival Pigment Fine Art Handling Creases To Top Middle and Left, Working Artist Proof Dave Pollot's masterpiece, "The Flower and the Fallen," is a remarkable Star Wars Darth Vader piece that bridges the gap between pop art, street art, and graffiti art. This 2022 limited edition AP Archival Print, signed by the artist himself and marked AP (Artist Proof), is a true testament to Pollot's talent and his dedication to the art form. This specific edition is distinctively unique, as it's an exclusive 1/1 piece, making it highly sought after by enthusiasts and collectors alike. "The Flower and the Fallen" is an embodiment of modern artwork, mirroring the chaotic yet beautiful dance of life through pop art. Pollot's skillful amalgamation of vibrant hues and dramatic contrasts reflects the unpredictability and energy inherent in street and graffiti art. This is a piece that elicits emotion, provokes thought, and engages the viewer in a dialogue about the artist's perspective on modern society.

    $1,213.00

  • Passengers XIV AP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Passengers XIV AP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Passengers XIV AP Archival Print by Dave Pollot Limited Edition Print on Matte Velvet Rag Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. AP Artist Proof 2021 Signed & Marked AP Limited Edition 5/5 Artwork Size 12x14 Archival Pigment Fine Art. Some APs may have slight blemishes and margin differences; this was a working artist copy. "Passengers XIV," a striking archival print by the renowned artist Dave Pollot. This limited-edition print embodies the modernistic fusion of pop and street art, revealing the intricate depth of Pollot's artistic prowess. Cast on Matte Velvet Rag Fine Art Paper, the medium meticulously preserves the intensity and vivaciousness of the artist's palette. As an Artist's Proof (AP) edition from 2021, this print holds a special significance within Pollot's portfolio. The AP version denotes the initial prints run in a limited edition series, distinguished by the artist's direct involvement in their production. This copy is one of just five, adding a rare exclusivity to its charm. Each print in this series is individually signed and marked by Pollot himself, confirming its authenticity and the artist's personal touch. "Passengers XIV" holds dimensions of 12x14 inches, an inviting size that allows an intimate interaction with the artwork. Rendered with archival pigment, the print ensures an enduring vibrancy that encapsulates the dynamic expression of Pollot's vision. This amalgamation of detail and depth, from the striking colors to the unique textures, is a testament to the seamless blend of quality and creativity. Dave Pollot's "Passengers XIV" is more than just a print; it is a representation of modern artwork's evolution, echoing the ebbs and flows of pop and street art in the current era. This piece transcends the physicality of its existence, serving as a conversation starter and a reflection of the progressive trends in contemporary art. As a limited-edition print, it offers an intimate experience of Pollot's artistic journey, enhancing any art collection's value with its impeccable design and exclusive nature.

    $588.00

  • The Hunter PP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot The Hunter PP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    The Hunter PP Archival Print by Dave Pollot Limited Edition Print on Matte Velvet Rag Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. PP Printers Proof 2022 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition 1/2 Artwork Size 10.5x12.25 Archival Pigment Fine Art Star Wars Bounty Hunter Boba Fett Duck Hunting in Vintage Natural Lake Landscape. Some PPs may have slight blemishes and margin differences; this was a working artist copy. Distinguished by a unique blend of Pop Art and playful imagination, Dave Pollot's Limited Edition "The Hunter PP" archival print is a standout piece in contemporary art. Released in 2022, this Printers Proof edition, marked as PP and signed by the artist himself, is an extremely exclusive version with only two copies, making it a valuable addition for discerning art collectors. Expertly printed on Matte Velvet Rag Fine Art Paper, this artwork draws out the distinctive textures and details that define Pollot's style, which straddles the line between pop and street art. It showcases the beloved Star Wars character Boba Fett, universally recognized as a formidable bounty hunter, depicted in an unlikely scenario – duck hunting in a beautifully rendered natural lake landscape. This whimsical juxtaposition of pop culture iconography and a serene outdoor setting is emblematic of Pollot's innovative approach to art, blending irreverent humor with striking visual design. The print measures 10.5x12.25 inches, making it an ideal size for display. It leverages archival pigment, ensuring that the vivid colors and intricate details remain unaltered over time, thus promising longevity for this modern artwork. In pop, street, and graffiti art, "The Hunter PP" makes a distinctive statement, embodying Pollot's transformative artistry in recontextualizing familiar imagery in novel and engaging ways. For anyone seeking to delve into the rich world of modern pop and street art, Dave Pollot's "The Hunter PP" Archival Print represents an intriguing blend of cultural iconography, humor, and artistic prowess. This limited edition piece, with its perfect blend of the contemporary and the iconic, stands as a testament to Pollot's capacity to transform and redefine the boundaries of pop and street art.

    $637.00

  • Intervention Giclee Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Intervention Giclee Print by Dave Pollot

    Intervention Giclee Print by Dave Pollot Artwork Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper Graffiti Pop Street Artist. 2020 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 10 Artwork Size 8x10 Matted to 11x14 Mr Potato Head in a Vintage Kitchen Setting With a Boy & Girl Talking With a unique intersection of pop art, street art, and graffiti, the captivating piece "Intervention" by Dave Pollot is a thought-provoking expression of art, culture, and society. Born from the vibrant, creative mind of Pollot, this limited-edition Giclee print underscores the power of art as a social commentary and as a tool for reimagining the familiar. An established American artist, Pollot is well-known for his talent in taking discarded thrift art and adding his own modern, often humorous, elements, thereby infusing new life into the otherwise forgotten pieces. For "Intervention", Pollot combines several distinct artistic elements to create a unique visual narrative. Centered on a vintage kitchen setting, the piece features the iconic Mr. Potato Head, a nostalgic toy that instantly transports viewers back to their childhood. This familiar character is placed amidst a scene of a boy and girl in conversation, hinting at the depth and complexity of interpersonal relationships. Pollot's masterful depiction of a simple toy in such an intriguing scenario underscores his ability to provoke introspection and stimulate curiosity in viewers. One of the elements that makes "Intervention" particularly unique is its limited edition status. This artwork was released as a signed and numbered edition, limited to just ten prints. This scarcity imbues the piece with an air of exclusivity, amplifying its appeal among art collectors and enthusiasts. Furthermore, each print has been carefully produced on fine art paper, ensuring the quality and longevity of the artwork. The artwork size is 8x10, matted to 11x14, making it a perfect fit for a variety of display settings. Staying true to his roots in street and graffiti art, Pollot uses the medium of Giclee printing to create a high-resolution, vibrant print that pays homage to the style's vibrant origins. The technique enables him to capture and reproduce the bold colors and intricate details of the original artwork with exceptional fidelity. It also highlights the careful balance of old and new in his work, paying tribute to the street art style while adding an element of refined artistry. "Intervention" showcases Pollot's innovative approach to pop art. He merges aspects of graffiti and street art with the kitschy charm of pop culture, crafting a visual statement that challenges conventional art narratives. His creative use of recognizable characters, such as Mr. Potato Head, speaks volumes about modern society and the shared experiences that shape our collective consciousness. It invites the viewer to engage in a dialogue with the artwork, delving into the intricacies of human relationships and the impact of pop culture icons on our daily life. A treasure among the world of pop art, Dave Pollot's "Intervention" is more than just a visual spectacle. It is a piece that resonates on multiple levels, invoking nostalgia, sparking conversations, and prompting viewers to reexamine their perceptions of art and culture. The melding of disparate elements into a harmonious composition reflects the essence of our diverse, ever-evolving world. It is an invitation to reflect upon and appreciate the subtleties of life, captured through the imaginative lens of an exceptional artist.

    $202.00

  • Altered Paths AP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Altered Paths AP Archival Print by Dave Pollot

    Altered Paths AP Archival Print by Dave Pollot Limited Edition Print on Matte Velvet Rag Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. AP Artist Proof 2022 Signed & Marked AP Limited Edition 2/2 Artwork Size 10.5x13 Archival Pigment Fine Art C-3PO & R2-D2 Star Wars Robots on a Vintage Village Path. Some APs may have slight blemishes and margin differences; this was a working artist copy. The "Altered Paths AP Archival Print" is a standout piece within the contemporary pop art scene, crafted by the distinguished artist Dave Pollot. Released in 2022, this rare artwork embodies Pollot's creative prowess in repurposing and reimagining existing art pieces. This particular work, marked as an Artist Proof (AP), is a testament to the artist's attention to detail and craftsmanship, limited to only two pieces worldwide. As the second print of this exclusive series, it carries an aura of rarity and exclusivity, further increasing its allure among art enthusiasts. This exceptional piece showcases the beloved Star Wars androids, C-3PO and R2-D2, traversing a vintage village path. It's not just a piece of pop art but also a fusion of fantasy and reality. Printed on matte velvet rag fine art paper, the print delivers vibrant colors and details, maintaining the integrity of the original artwork while incorporating Pollot's unique touch. The dimensions of the artwork, 10.5x13 inches, make it a versatile piece, suitable for various display settings, from private galleries to personal collections. The unique element of this artwork is its use of archival pigment fine art, ensuring longevity and preservation of the print's quality over time. Such methods are synonymous with Pollot's commitment to maintaining high standards and reflect his dedication to his craft. The artist's signature on the print authenticates it, making it a treasured collectible for art collectors and Star Wars fans alike. As an artistic exploration of pop culture, the Altered Paths AP Archival Print pushes the boundaries of modern pop art. It serves as an intriguing example of how artists like Dave Pollot are using their creative license to reimagine familiar narratives and characters within new, unfamiliar contexts, like the vintage village path in this piece. A significant contribution to the genre, it stimulates thought about our perception of iconic characters, their places in our collective memory, and how art can transform and recontextualize these symbols in imaginative ways.

    $637.00

  • Oil and Water IV: The Year that Took the Wind Out of Our Sails Giclee Print by Dave Pollot

    Dave Pollot Oil and Water IV: The Year that Took the Wind Out of Our Sails Giclee Print by Dave Pollot

    Oil and Water IV: The Year that Took the Wind Out of Our Sails Limited Edition Giclee Print on Bright White 300gsm Fine Art Paper by Dave Pollot counter-culture street artist art.

    $394.00

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Dave Pollot: Reinvigorating Classical Art with Pop Culture

Dave Pollot is a New York-based artist who has carved a niche in pop, street, and graffiti with his unique approach to thrift art paintings. Pollot's journey into the art world is characterized by his distinctive technique of reviving unwanted and discarded artwork, which he began around 2010. His method involves infusing these classical pieces with elements of contemporary pop culture, creating a fascinating blend that juxtaposes different eras and artistic styles. The transformative process Pollot employs sees him take vintage thrift store paintings and breathe new life into them, making the old relevant once again. By introducing pop culture parodies into these classical backdrops, he creates artwork that resonates with modern audiences while paying homage to the past. This innovative fusion has become Pollot's signature style, bridging the time-honored tradition of classical art and the dynamic, ever-evolving world of pop culture​​​.

The Evolution of Pollot's Art in the Modern Age

Pollot's artistic evolution is as notable as his art. The intersection of his work with popular culture allows for a continuous and fluid dialogue with the current times. His ability to draw inspiration from various sources, including the vast world of pop culture, and integrate it into classical art forms has enabled his work to remain fresh and relevant. His canvas is not just the physical thrift paintings he revitalizes but also the broader canvas of societal trends and the collective consciousness of the pop culture sphere. Pollot's art is more than just an aesthetic endeavor; it's a commentary on the longevity and adaptability of art itself. By incorporating iconic elements from modern media into scenes from a bygone era, he challenges viewers to re-examine their perceptions of the old and the new. This blend of the familiar with the unexpected makes his work stand out in the crowded field of street pop art and graffiti artwork, inviting onlookers to pause and reflect on the layers of meaning behind the whimsical integrations​​​.

The Cultural Impact of Dave Pollot's Art

The cultural impact of Dave Pollot's work is significant. By taking artworks that were once forgotten and transforming them into pieces that speak to contemporary viewers, Pollot's creations have sparked conversations about the relevance and fluidity of art genres. His approach speaks to the notion that art is not static but a living dialogue transcending periods and styles. This is particularly poignant at a time when the distinctions between high art and street art are increasingly blurred, making Pollot's work emblematic of a new era in street pop art and graffiti artwork. Pollot's artistry is not just about blending two distinct styles but also about reclamation and repurposing of what was once considered obsolete. In this light, each piece serves as a metaphor for transformation and reinvention, themes at the heart of street pop art and graffiti artwork. His work exemplifies how art can evolve and be used to connect with a broader audience, bridging gaps between art forms and generations. Dave Pollot's contribution to street pop art and graffiti artwork is marked by his innovative fusion of classical art with pop culture elements, his commentary on the adaptability of art, and his role in sparking a cultural dialogue that questions and celebrates the evolution of artistic expression. His work is a testament to art's power to transcend its original context and gain new meaning in the contemporary world.

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