Fantasy

3 artworks


  • You’re New Around Here, Aren’t You? Glow AP Silkscreen Print by Bernie Wrightson

    Bernie Wrightson You’re New Around Here, Aren’t You? Glow AP Silkscreen Print by Bernie Wrightson

    You’re New Around Here, Aren’t You?- Glow Limited Edition 10-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Glow In The Dark Print on 100lb Natural Paper by Bernie Wrightson macabre artist modern pop art. AP Artist Proof 2014 Signed & Marked AP Limited Edition Artwork Size 20x30 AP Artist Proof, Glow in the dark variant is 11 colors (including the glow), measures 20×30, and is signed in an edition of 75. Printed on 100lb natural stock.

    $926.99

  • Sale -30% Broken Lithograph Print by Jeff Soto

    Jeff Soto Broken Lithograph Print by Jeff Soto

    Broken Lithograph Print by Jeff Soto Hand-Pulled Print on 80# Patina Matte Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Graffiti Street Pop Artwork. 2010 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 450 Artwork Size 21.88x30 Jeff Soto's "Broken" Lithograph: A Tapestry of Street Pop Art and Surrealism Jeff Soto's "Broken" lithograph is a masterful amalgamation of graffiti's raw spontaneity and the vivid, dream-like quality of pop art, presenting a unique tableau that captures the imagination. This hand-pulled print on 80# Patina Matte Fine Art Paper, released in a limited edition of 450 in 2010, is a testament to Soto's prowess in translating the essence of street art onto a more enduring medium. Each piece, sized at 21.88x30 inches, is meticulously signed and numbered, emphasizing its exclusivity and the artist's personal touch. Soto's work is renowned for its intricate detail, and "Broken" is no exception, with its layered imagery and textured visuals that invite viewers to delve into a narrative as sprawling and complex as graffiti itself. "Broken" is not just an artwork; it is a narrative piece that encapsulates the multifaceted nature of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. The fantastical creature at the center of the composition, with its vibrant pink hue and juxtaposition of animalistic traits, is a visual anchor that draws the eye and ignites curiosity. This creature, existing in a world that defies conventional reality, symbolizes the freedom of expression inherent in street art. This freedom allows for a fusion of the real and the surreal, giving rise to a new realm where the rules of traditional art are bent and reimagined. The Cultural Impact of Jeff Soto's "Broken" in the Art World Jeff Soto's "Broken" cultural impact extends beyond its aesthetic appeal, speaking to the heart of the street art movement's influence on contemporary art. The piece embodies the rebellious spirit of graffiti, with its disregard for boundaries and its challenge to the status quo. In bringing such a piece to the realm of fine art prints, Soto demonstrates the evolving perception of graffiti as a legitimate and impactful form of artistic expression. The limited edition nature of "Broken" mirrors the transient nature of street murals, often at the mercy of time and urban development, adding a sense of preciousness to their ownership. Soto's "Broken" celebrates the creative spirit that drives the street pop art movement. It bridges the often underground world of graffiti and the established art community, showcasing the potential for street-inspired visuals to resonate within gallery spaces. The print's complexity, with its swirling colors and forms, echoes the layered textures and meanings often found in street murals, inviting a deeper engagement and interpretation from its audience. Jeff Soto's "Broken" lithograph print is a vibrant homage to the transformative power of street pop art and graffiti. As a limited edition work, it captures the essence of a movement that continues to challenge and redefine the boundaries of artistic expression. Each signed and numbered print stands as a testament to the artist's vision, a piece of a larger narrative that celebrates the union of street culture and fine art. Much like the street art inspired by, it is a narrative that continues to evolve and influence long after the paint has dried.

    $190.00$133.00

  • Sale -30% Rising Offset Lithograph Print by Jeff Soto

    Jeff Soto Rising Offset Lithograph Print by Jeff Soto

    Rising Offset Lithograph Print by Jeff Soto Print on 80# Patina Matte Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Hand-Pulled Street Pop Artwork Graffiti. 2010 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 450 Offset Lithograph Artwork Print Size 21.88x30 Jeff Soto's "Rising": A Testament to the Evolution of Street Pop Art Jeff Soto's "Rising" is a compelling piece demonstrating the fluid boundaries and the continuous evolution of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. As an offset lithograph print, "Rising" brings the tactile sensation of street textures to a refined art paper, bridging the ruggedness of outdoor walls and the delicacy of indoor galleries. Released in 2010, this print is part of a limited edition series, with each of the 450 pieces signed and numbered, underscoring the work's exclusivity and collectability. Measuring 21.88x30 inches, the artwork commands attention with its large format, allowing viewers to immerse themselves in Soto's distinctive vision. Printed on 80# Patina Matte Fine Art Paper, "Rising" showcases Soto's artistic expertise and his commitment to quality and durability, ensuring that the vivid colors and intricate details are preserved. The striking imagery of "Rising" encapsulates Soto's graffiti roots while pushing into fantasy and surrealism. His work is characterized by an organic blend of mechanical elements and natural forms, creating a post-apocalyptic yet whimsical world that has become his signature style. The hand-pulled quality of the lithograph adds a personal touch akin to the unique flair of hand-made graffiti, making each print a singular piece despite being part of a more extensive series. Exploring the Depth of "Rising" by Jeff Soto In "Rising," Soto explores growth, decay, and rebirth themes—concepts often associated with graffiti's transient nature and the ever-changing urban environment. The print depicts a fantastical landscape where organic and robotic elements intertwine under a celestial arch, suggesting a narrative of interconnectedness and coexistence. This piece emulates how Street Pop Art often delves into social commentary, using visual metaphors to reflect on the relationship between humanity and nature, technology, and tradition. Soto's choice of colors, from the earthy tones of the background to the vibrant hues of the creature-like forms, creates a visual symphony that draws the eye and provokes thought. The meticulous detail and layering techniques utilized in "Rising" are reminiscent of the intricate stencils and stickers of street art, where each layer contributes to the overall impact of the image. Jeff Soto's Legacy in the Intersection of Art Worlds The impact of "Rising" extends beyond its visual appeal, contributing to the discourse on the intersection of street art with traditional acceptable art practices. As an artist, Jeff Soto represents a generation that has grown from the raw energy of the streets to establish a presence in the fine art world without losing the essence of their origins. "Rising" is a testament to this journey, embodying the spirit of graffiti in a form that resonates within the white-walled galleries of the art establishment. The print's limited edition status adds a layer of significance, paralleling the unique, one-off nature of street art pieces that may only exist for a moment before being altered or erased. Collectors of Soto's work are often attracted to the dual nature of his art—both ephemeral in concept and permanent in execution, a duality at the heart of much of Street Pop Art. Jeff Soto's "Rising" is a vibrant homage to the transformative power of art, blurring the lines between street and gallery, temporary and lasting, real and imagined. As a piece of Street Pop Art, it captures the essence of graffiti's impact on contemporary art, offering a window into the rich, complex narratives that street artists weave through their work. Each print from the limited edition series stands as a fragment of a larger story, a snapshot of the evolving dialogue between the artist, the viewer, and the spaces they share.

    $190.00$133.00

Fantasy
Fantasy has been a popular subject matter in various forms of art for centuries, and graffiti art and pop art are no exception. Graffiti art is a form of urban art that involves creating images or words on public spaces such as walls, buildings, or trains, often using spray paint or markers. Pop art, on the other hand, emerged in the 1950s as a reaction to abstract expressionism and often uses popular culture references to create bold, colorful, and graphic artworks. When it comes to fantasy as a topic in graffiti art and pop art, artists often draw inspiration from various sources, including myths, legends, folklore, and popular culture. These sources provide artists with an endless supply of imagery and ideas that they can use to create striking and imaginative artworks that capture the viewer's attention. One of the most popular subjects in fantasy graffiti art and pop art is the mythical creature. Artists often use these creatures, such as dragons, unicorns, and mermaids, as a way to explore themes of power, magic, and mystery. For example, a graffiti artist may paint a towering dragon on the side of a building, using bold lines and bright colors to create an imposing and awe-inspiring image. A pop artist, on the other hand, may create a series of prints featuring colorful unicorns, using bright colors and bold lines to create a playful and whimsical atmosphere. Another popular subject in fantasy graffiti art and pop art is the hero's journey. Artists may use this theme to explore the idea of personal transformation and growth. For example, a graffiti artist may paint a mural that depicts a hero battling a mythical creature, using bold lines and dramatic colors to capture the intensity of the moment. A pop artist, on the other hand, may create a series of prints featuring superheroes, using bright colors and bold lines to create a sense of energy and excitement. Fantasy graffiti art and pop art also often feature landscapes and environments that are otherworldly and magical. Artists may use these landscapes to explore themes of escapism and adventure. For example, a graffiti artist may paint a mural that depicts a mystical forest, using muted colors and soft lines to create a dreamlike atmosphere. A pop artist, on the other hand, may create a series of prints featuring alien planets, using bright colors and bold lines to create a sense of wonder and excitement. Fantasy as a topic in graffiti art and pop art provides artists with a wide range of creative possibilities. From mythical creatures to epic landscapes, these genres of art provide artists with the opportunity to explore themes of power, magic, and transformation, as well as to create bold and imaginative artworks that capture the viewer's attention.

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