Fantasy

19 artworks


  • The Gunslinger Silkscreen Print by Tim Doyle

    Tim Doyle The Gunslinger Silkscreen Print by Tim Doyle

    UnReal Estate- The Gunslinger Followed Limited Edition 6-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Tim Doyle Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Produced for Tim Doyle's 5th Unreal Estate show at Spokeart in New York. Print is signed and numbered by the artist in an edition of 125. This print measures 16x20 inches.

    $243.00

  • Arcane Science Archival Print by Ben Kehoe

    Ben Kehoe Arcane Science Archival Print by Ben Kehoe

    Arcane Science Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on 100% Cotton Rag Archival Paper by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Ben Kehoe. 20" x 20" including 1" x 1" white border Printed on Innova Smooth Cotton 315gsm, High White, 100% Cotton

    $201.00

  • King Kong Giclee Print by Victo Ngai

    Victo Ngai King Kong Giclee Print by Victo Ngai

    Utopia Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Fine Art Print on 100% Cotton Hahnemühle Museum Etching Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Victo Ngai. Limited edition of 100. Signed and numbered. SOI55 Gold Medal. Due to how this artwork was made and stored by the artist, many of Ngai's older prints contain slight yellowing to the extreme upper and lower white margin that extends about 1mm. This does not effect the image at all and the prints are perfect besides this.

    $278.00

  • Blood of My Blood Silkscreen Print by Rhys Cooper

    Rhys Cooper Blood of My Blood Silkscreen Print by Rhys Cooper

    Blood of My Blood- Call the Banners Series Limited Edition 5-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on 250gsm Heavy Paperd With Metallic Inks by Rhys Cooper Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 5 color silkscreen poster on heavy 250gsm paper stock printed with metallic inks. Signed and numbered edition of 200. Size of the banners will be 12 x 38 inches All posters numbered and signed.

    $201.00

  • Skum Ra The Ever Sucking Giclee Print by Scarecrowoven

    Scarecrowoven Skum Ra The Ever Sucking Giclee Print by Scarecrowoven

    Skum Ra The Ever-Sucking Artwork Macabe Giclee Limited Edition Print on Cold Press Water Color Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Scarecrowoven. Printed with archival inks on cold press water color paper, signed and numbered edition of 50. 18x21

    $201.00

  • Sweet Sins- Blue HPM Hand-Embellished Silkscreen Print by Faile

    Faile Sweet Sins- Blue HPM Hand-Embellished Silkscreen Print by Faile

    Sweet Sins- Blue 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Embellished HOM Silkscreen Print on Lenox 100 Paper by Faile Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. Edition of 250 Acrylic and Silkscreen Ink on Lenox 100 Paper This is the blue/red colorway. Signed, Stamped & Numbered, Faile

    $1,778.00

  • Tyrion Lannister Game of Thrones Giclee Print by Mark Hammermeister

    Mark Hammermeister Tyrion Lannister Game of Thrones Giclee Print by Mark Hammermeister

    Tyrion Lannister Game of Thrones Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Glossy Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Mark Hammermeister.

    $124.00

  • Game of Thrones A Song of Fire and Ice Giclee Print by Mark Hammermeister

    Mark Hammermeister Game of Thrones A Song of Fire and Ice Giclee Print by Mark Hammermeister

    Game of Thrones- A Song of Fire and Ice Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Glossy Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Mark Hammermeister.

    $124.00

  • Obsidian 02 Huntress Stereograph Print by Justin Anville

    Justin Anville Obsidian 02 Huntress Stereograph Print by Justin Anville

    Obsidian 02- Huntress 4-Color Limited Edition Stereograph Print on Fine Art Paper by Justin Anville Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. Obsidian 02 - 'Huntress': A moment of respite after a long hunting trip with her dobermans. Incredible how a glass of wine calms down her nerves. The wind was fierce and unrelenting, how amazingly calm to be in her late fathers study. 4 color serigraph - 16 x 20 inch - on smooth natural stock Regular colorway in a limited edition of: 75 Signed and numbered by the artist

    $124.00

  • The Hapico Machina AP Archival Print by Yosuke Ueno

    Yosuke Ueno The Hapico Machina AP Archival Print by Yosuke Ueno

    The Hapico Machina AP Archival Print by Yosuke Ueno Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 300gsm Signa Smooth Cotton Rag Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. AP Artist Proof 2021 Signed & Marked AP Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 28x35.5 Large Format Archival Print of A Asian Anime Inspired Girl In Robot Surrounded By Elements of Fantasy and Sci-Fi. The "Hapico Machina" AP Archival Print is an embodiment of the intricate and whimsical work of Yosuke Ueno. Reflecting the unmistakable aesthetic influences of modern pop art, this piece intertwines elements of fantasy, street art, and science fiction. Crafted in 2021, Ueno's masterpiece is an artist proof, a special distinction in the world of fine art, emphasizing its exclusivity. This particular piece is marked 'AP' and has been signed by the artist himself, fortifying its authenticity and rarity with only 50 such editions available. Crafted on a 300gsm Signa Smooth Cotton Rag Paper, the texture and weight of the medium ensure the durability and longevity of the print. The choice of the paper complements the vibrancy of the pigments used, allowing for the rich colors and intricate details of the artwork to stand out. Spanning an impressive 28x35.5 inches, this large format print captivates the viewer with its expansive narrative canvas. Central to the artwork is an Asian Anime-inspired girl encapsulated within a robot, an embodiment of the seamless blend of organic and mechanistic elements. Her expressive eyes provide a window into her soul, juxtaposing the cold, mechanical exterior of her robotic suit. Surrounding her are myriad symbols and elements that evoke a sense of wonder and delve deep into the realms of fantasy. The interspersion of mountains, rainbows, and dreamlike creatures in the backdrop further accentuates the artwork's ethereal quality. Yosuke Ueno's "Hapico Machina" stands as a testament to the evolution of pop art. By fusing traditional street art and graffiti influences with contemporary themes and anime aesthetics, Ueno has carved a niche for himself in the global art scene. His work, especially pieces like this, challenges conventions and invites viewers to immerse themselves in a universe where the boundaries between reality and imagination blur.

    $1,382.00

  • Storyteller AP Silkscreen Print by Raid71

    Raid71 Storyteller AP Silkscreen Print by Raid71

    Storyteller AP Silkscreen Print by Raid71 Artist Proof Hand-Pulled Screen Print on Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. AP Artist Proof 2023 Signed & AP Marked Original Run Limited Edition Artwork Size 18x24 The "Storyteller AP" silkscreen print by Raid71, the moniker of British artist Chris Thornley, is a rich, evocative tribute to the legendary Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki, a towering figure in the world of animation. This work, infused with a deep admiration for Miyazaki, emerges as a unique confluence of pop art, street art, and graffiti art, embodying elements that are quintessential to each of these genres, thereby capturing the essence of their dynamism. The print encapsulates the magical realism and intricate artistry characteristic of Miyazaki's films. By employing silkscreen printing, a popular method in the pop art movement famously used by artists like Andy Warhol, Raid71 is able to imbue the artwork with vivid colours and bold shapes, capturing the exuberant visual style typical of Miyazaki's fantastical worlds. Simultaneously, Raid71's print exhibits an aesthetic that is reminiscent of street art and graffiti. The organic forms and somewhat edgy, wild feel of the design mirrors the raw energy found in street murals or urban spray-can masterpieces. A hint of subversiveness is introduced, much like street art and graffiti often serve as counter-culture expressions or socio-political commentary. The "Storyteller AP" by Raid71 is thus not just an homage to Miyazaki, but also a celebration of these artistic genres. It mirrors the world-building capabilities of pop art, the raw energy of street art, and the disruptive potency of graffiti, all while maintaining a unique identity. This intertwining of styles generates a captivating visual narrative, positioning Raid71 as a modern-day storyteller, translating the magic of Miyazaki's oeuvre into a new medium.

    $211.00

  • 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.

    $451.00

  • End Of Season Archival Print by Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat

    Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat End Of Season Archival Print by Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat

    End Of Season Archival Print by Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat Limited Edition on Fine Art Paper Pop Graffiti Street Artist Modern Artwork. 2018 Signed & Numbered Print Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 20x20 Archival Pigment Fine Art of a Stylistic Bird Comprised of Colorful Flowers in a Surreal Fantasy Setting. The Artistic Essence of "End Of Season" by Dulk - Antonio Segura Donat "End Of Season" is a striking archival print by the artist Dulk, the moniker of Antonio Segura Donat, who is acclaimed for his forays into pop art, street art, and graffiti art. This 2018 limited edition work is distinctive, with only 50 signed and numbered prints, each measuring 20x20 inches. Crafted on fine art paper, the piece showcases Dulk's capacity for blending natural elements with surrealistic overtones, presenting a stylistic bird that is an amalgamation of colorful flowers set against a fantasy backdrop. The artwork stands as a testament to Dulk's vision, where flora and fauna merge to create a bird that does not exist in reality but is vivid in the imagination. This bird is comprised of a diverse palette of flowers, each petal and color carefully selected to contribute to the overall harmony of the piece. The surreal landscape in which the bird resides further accentuates the fantastical theme, inviting viewers into a world where the end of a season brings about a literal and metaphorical transformation. Technical Brilliance and Symbolism in Dulk's Work In creating "End Of Season," Dulk employs archival pigment fine art printing, a method renowned for its long-lasting quality and ability to reproduce artworks' original colors and details faithfully. This technique ensures that each print retains the vibrancy and depth of the artist's original painting, allowing the artwork to stand the test of time. Fine art paper adds a tactile dimension to the prints, giving them a presence that resonates with the weight of a gallery piece. The symbolism in "End Of Season" is multilayered, reflecting the artist's commentary on the cycle of life and the transient beauty of nature. The bird, a creature often associated with freedom and the changing of seasons, is depicted in a state of splendid decay, as its body of flowers is both blooming and wilting, signifying the inevitable passage from life to death, from vibrancy to dormancy. Street Pop Art & Graffiti Artwork: Dulk's Contribution to Contemporary Art Dulk is an artist who straddles the lines between street art, pop art, and fine art, with "End Of Season" being a prime example of his ability to create works that are as much at home on the walls of a city as in a collector's private gallery. The piece's limited edition status adds to its desirability, marking it as a unique treasure in the landscape of modern art. The artist's influence on Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork is considerable. His vibrant colors and fantastical themes capture the essence of graffiti's boldness and pop art's mass appeal. Dulk's work resonates with a broad audience, appealing to those captivated by the beauty and complexity of nature and those drawn to the fantastical and surreal elements of street art. "End Of Season" contributes significantly to the dialogue of what constitutes modern artwork in the street art genre. It transcends traditional boundaries, challenging viewers to find brief beauty and appreciate the artistry that can turn a season's end into a visual celebration of life's cyclical nature. Dulk's artistic narrative speaks to the transformative power of art, whether on the canvas of the natural world or the concrete surfaces of urban environments.

    $489.99

  • Best Friends Giclee Print by Jeff Soto

    Jeff Soto Best Friends Giclee Print by Jeff Soto

    Best Friends Giclee Print by Jeff Soto Artwork Limited Edition Print on 305gsm Cotton Rag Fine Art Paper Graffiti Pop Street Artist. 2023 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 12x16 Depicting a Skeleton Creature with Scythe Ridding a Snale Creature on Red & Black Background. Exploring the Intricacies of Jeff Soto's "Best Friends" Giclee Print Jeff Soto, an acclaimed figure in street pop art and graffiti artwork, has again captured the art community's attention with his limited edition giclee print titled "Best Friends." This piece is a testament to Soto's unique ability to blend street art sensibilities with acceptable art practices, creating works that are both accessible and sophisticated. The "Best Friends" print, released in 2023, showcases Soto's signature style, which has evolved since his emergence on the art scene. It is a numbered limited edition of 50, emphasizing this artwork's exclusivity and collectible nature. Sized at 12x16 inches, the print is produced on 305gsm cotton rag fine art paper, a material choice reflecting the artist's commitment to quality and durability. Symbolism and Style in "Best Friends" The imagery of "Best Friends" is rich with symbolism, a hallmark of Soto's work. The piece features a skeletal creature wielding a scythe, riding atop a snail creature, set against a stark red and black background. The choice of a skeleton is often associated with themes of mortality and the transient nature of life, yet it takes on a more nuanced meaning in the context of Soto's oeuvre. It hints at the idea of moving through life's journey with resilience and patience, as symbolized by the snail, an animal known for its slow and steady pace. The vibrant colors, bold lines, and contrast between the red and black background create a striking visual impact, characteristic of both graffiti and pop art elements. Technique and Composition in Soto's Print The technique employed in creating "Best Friends" reflects a meticulous process. Giclee printing is known for its high-quality reproduction of color and detail, and Soto's choice of this medium ensures that each print is a faithful representation of the original artwork. The composition itself is a balanced interplay of organic forms and graphic elements. The snail's swirling shell and the fluid lines of the skeletal figure's cloak juxtapose the geometric shapes scattered across the background. This interplay creates a dynamic tension within the piece, a visual dialogue that invites the viewer to engage with the artwork on a deeper level. Jeff Soto's Place in Contemporary Art Through "Best Friends" "Best Friends" is not just a standalone piece; it is a continuation of Jeff Soto's exploration into the themes of companionship, the journey of life, and the interaction between the natural world and the human condition. By signing and numbering each print, Soto establishes a personal connection with the collector, an essential aspect of art consumption in the modern age. This limited edition print solidifies Soto's standing in the contemporary art scene, bridging the gap between the underground ethos of street art and the elite circles of fine art collection. It is a physical manifestation of the artist's evolution and the maturation of street pop art as a recognized and celebrated form of creative expression. Jeff Soto's "Best Friends" giclee print is a striking example of the artist's vision and skill in the landscape of street pop art and graffiti artwork. It embodies the energy and ethos of street art while harnessing the techniques and presentation of fine art. This print, with its limited edition status and compelling visual narrative, is not just an artwork but a piece of cultural commentary, encapsulating the spirit of our times through the lens of one of the most innovative artists in the field.

    $190.00

  • Neo Raigō-zu 2023 Archival Print by Hikari Shimoda

    Hikari Shimoda Neo Raigō-zu 2023 Archival Print by Hikari Shimoda

    Neo Raigō-zu 2023 Archival Print by Hikari Shimoda Limited Edition on 290gsm Moab Entrada Fine Art Paper Pop Graffiti Street Artist Modern Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered Print Limited Edition of 50 Size 20x24 Archival Pigment Fine Art Neo Raigō-zu 2023 Archival Print by Hikari Shimoda Hikari Shimoda's "Neo Raigō-zu 2023" offers a vibrant tapestry of colors and figures that resonate deeply with the themes prevalent in pop art, street art, and graffiti. This limited edition archival print, restricted to 50 signed and numbered pieces, showcases Shimoda's Lowbrow-Irasuto style, inspired by anime and manga, which she has honed since her career began after studying at Kyoto Saga University of Art. The 20x24 inch artwork, printed on premium Moab Entrada fine art paper, employs a striking pigment that captures the fantastical nature of Shimoda's subjects — celestial beings and magical children who explore the paradoxes of modern society and the quest for spiritual meaning. Her characters, often seen in heroic costumes or as magical Shojo girls, are not just whimsical; they embody a critique of contemporary issues and the ideological projections placed upon the younger generation. Shimoda's work, while enchanting, is a profound commentary on the state of the world, offering a unique blend of fantasy and reality that is characteristic of the most thought-provoking street pop art and graffiti artwork.

    $328.99

  • God Is Dead, But...#13 Archival Print by Hikari Shimoda

    Hikari Shimoda God Is Dead, But...#13 Archival Print by Hikari Shimoda

    God Is Dead, But...#13 Archival Print by Hikari Shimoda Limited Edition on 290gsm Moab Entrada Fine Art Paper Pop Graffiti Street Artist Modern Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered Print Limited Edition of 50 Size 22x22 Archival Pigment Fine Art The Cultural Significance of Hikari Shimoda's "God Is Dead, But...#13" The visual narrative of Hikari Shimoda's "God Is Dead, But...#13" reflects a profound narrative through Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. As a limited edition archival print on Moab Entrada fine art paper, this piece is a testament to Shimoda's prowess in melding pop culture aesthetics with a graffiti art ethos. The piece is part of a limited edition of 50, each signed and numbered by the artist, underscoring the exclusivity and collectibility of Shimoda's work. At 22x22 inches, the artwork commands attention with its size and the potency of its message. The Visual Language of "God Is Dead, But...#13" This artwork is a vibrant foray into the complex emotional and societal narratives Shimoda is renowned for. It features a childlike figure, a recurring motif in Shimoda's oeuvre, set against a backdrop that radiates a dreamlike yet unsettling energy. Large and filled with galaxies, the eyes suggest a universe of thought and feeling beyond the immediate visual impact. This symbolism is characteristic of Street Pop Art's intention to communicate deeper meanings beneath a visually accessible surface. The use of archival pigment in fine art print ensures that the depth of color and detail remains pristine, preserving the emotional intensity of the original work. Shimoda's Integration of Street Art Ideals in Modern Artwork In "God Is Dead, But...#13," Shimoda exemplifies how Street Pop Art can transcend the boundaries of traditional graffiti artwork to enter the realm of fine art. The piece is not just a representation of Shimoda's internal musings but also a cultural commentary that reflects the zeitgeist. The title itself, "God Is Dead," resonates with the philosophical musings of Friedrich Nietzsche, suggesting a society amid existential contemplation. This aligns with the ethos of street art, which often grapples with grand narratives of existence and identity within the urban landscape. The Emotional Resonance in Shimoda's Limited Edition Print The emotional resonance of this piece is palpable. The child's expression is ambiguous, caught between innocence and a knowing sadness that speaks to the loss of divine certainty implied by the title. The tears that seem to be galaxies suggest mourning this loss or perhaps crying out for a new form of divinity or hope within the void. The choice of fine art paper and the precision of the archival pigment technique adds a layer of durability to the transient nature of the subject, allowing the work to stand as a lasting icon of contemporary Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. In crafting "God Is Dead, But...#13," Shimoda asserts her place in the modern art world, proving that Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork have a vital role in contemporary art discourse. Her limited edition print is not just a collector's item but a piece of cultural significance that encapsulates the spirit of our times.

    $328.99

  • Ledger Joker Construction Street Sign Painting by RD-357 Real Deal

    RD-357 Real Deal Ledger Joker Construction Street Sign Painting by RD-357 Real Deal

    Heath Ledger Joker Construction Zone Original Street Sign Painting by RD-357 Real Deal One of a Kind Artwork on Real Metal NYC New York Construction Zone No Trespassing Street Sign by Graffiti Art Pop Artist. 2012 Signed Mixed Media Acrylic & Spray Paint on Reclaimed NYC New York Construction Zone No Trespassing Sign Painting Original Artwork Size 24x24 Batman Villian Played by Heath Ledger in the Movie as Joker Looking at the Viewer. RD Tag in Rust Red. RD-357's Heath Ledger Joker: A Fusion of Street Pop Art and Iconography The Heath Ledger Joker Construction Zone original street sign painting by RD-357, also known as Real Deal, encapsulates the essence of street pop art through its provocative use of public signage repurposed for artistic expression. Created in 2012, this mixed media acrylic and spray paint artwork transforms a New York City construction zone 'No Trespassing' sign into a canvas, depicting the iconic Batman villain played by Heath Ledger in a way that both challenges and captivates the viewer. Contextualizing RD-357's Artistic Approach RD-357, an artist whose real name remains elusive in the true spirit of street art anonymity, is known for his gritty interpretations of pop culture figures on unconventional canvases. This particular artwork measures 24x24 inches and is a testament to street art's versatility, pushing beyond traditional boundaries. RD-357 draws upon the anarchic spirit of the Joker, using a symbol of law and order – a construction sign – to present an image of chaos and rebellion. The irony is palpable; the sign, which once stood as a warning against unauthorized entry, now invites viewers to engage with the art in a personal, almost aggressive manner. Symbolism and Impact in RD-357's Joker Artwork This piece is not just a portrait; it is a statement. By choosing Heath Ledger's Joker, RD-357 taps into the collective consciousness of a society fascinated by the anti-hero archetype. Ledger's portrayal of the Joker was posthumously celebrated, and his death in 2008 left a cultural imprint that RD-357 leverages in this artwork. The juxtaposition of the Joker’s figure against the backdrop of a New York construction sign speaks volumes about the chaotic undercurrents within the perceived order of urban life. The use of mixed media, with acrylic and spray paint, highlights street art's raw, visceral nature, while also paying homage to the vibrancy of pop art. The viewer is confronted with the Joker's gaze, which, coupled with the bright warning colors of the construction sign, creates an unsettling yet magnetic presence. This interaction compels the audience to contemplate the layers of meaning behind the piece – from transforming public property into a medium for personal expression to the dialogue between art and spectator that challenges societal norms and the very definition of public space. In conclusion, RD-357's Heath Ledger Joker on a New York City construction sign is an outstanding example of how street pop art can merge cultural iconography with subversive messaging. Through this piece, the artist immortalizes a beloved film character and raises questions about authority, ownership, and the role of art in public discourse. The artwork remains a one-of-a-kind testament to the power of graffiti art to redefine spaces and provoke thought long after the paint has dried.

    $2,764.00

  • Daenerys Archival Print by Sam Spratt

    Sam Spratt Daenerys Archival Print by Sam Spratt

    Daenerys Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Museum Natural Fine Art Paper by Sam Spratt Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "This piece was digitally painted back in March using a Wacom Cintiq Tablet from sketch to finish. You may notice the hair being fairly whooshy. I'm very proud of this whooshiness. I've seen the show in full. If I'd read the books I would know that her eyes should be purple and her hair should be silver-er. She seemed like the least likely to die and thus the art would live on forever, but I haven't read the books so I could be totally wrong." - Sam Spratt

    $168.00

  • Headspace Set 1 Vinyl Art Toy by Luke Chueh

    Luke Chueh Headspace Set 1 Vinyl Art Toy by Luke Chueh

    Headspace- Set 1 Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Luke Chueh. 2016 Limited Edition Headspace Vinyl Fine Art Toy Displayed with Box Original Devil Creature in White Costume with Various Face Mask Helmets of Bears & a Rabbit. The Fusion of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork in Luke Chueh's Headspace Set 1 In the dynamic sphere of contemporary art, the blending of street pop art and graffiti artwork has given rise to captivating and provocative collectibles. The Headspace Set 1 emerges as a quintessential embodiment of this hybrid genre. This limited edition vinyl art toy collectible, crafted by the renowned street graffiti artist Luke Chueh, represents a tangible intersection between accessible art and the artist's personal narrative. Released in 2016, this collection is not merely a toy but a statement, a slice of the artist's psyche rendered in three-dimensional form. The Headspace Set 1 is a testament to Chueh's distinctive aesthetic, a style that has cemented his place in the annals of street art history. The set is composed of one body and three interchangeable heads, allowing for a degree of customization that echoes the ever-evolving canvas of the urban landscape. The pristine white costume of the central figure is a canvas in itself, reminiscent of the blank walls upon which street artists impart their visions. The additional heads – bears and a rabbit, along with the original devil creature – serve as masks, revealing the multifaceted nature of identity and perception in the modern world. Luke Chueh's work is characterized by its dynamic power, often juxtaposing innocence with the macabre. The Headspace series is particularly illustrative, as it draws inspiration from the various influences shaping Chueh's life and career. Each interchangeable head represents a different aspect of the artist's experiences and inspirations. The bear, an oft-recurring motif in Chueh's work, might symbolize the struggle and resilience in his journey. In contrast, the rabbit head could signify cunning and adaptability, while the devilish facade perhaps reflects the artist's darker musings. The Impact of Headspace on Collectible Art and Pop Culture The release of Headspace Set 1 was more than a mere commercial venture; it was a cultural event resonating with collectors and street pop art enthusiasts. The limited-edition nature of this set adds a layer of exclusivity and desire, mirroring the ephemeral quality of street art itself – here today, gone tomorrow. Collectors of such pieces are not just acquiring a physical object but securing a piece of the narrative, a chapter of the artist's story. Furthermore, the Headspace series has played a pivotal role in elevating the status of vinyl art toys in the collectibles market. These items have transitioned from mere playthings to sought-after art pieces, occupying a unique niche where artistry and production intersect. Chueh's Headspace Set 1 exemplifies how street art's rebellious spirit and pop art's mass appeal can be distilled into a single, tangible form. The vinyl toy becomes a medium through which the street pop art narrative can continue to expand beyond the confines of gallery walls. Headspace and the Evolution of Street Graffiti Artwork The Headspace Set 1 is also a commentary on the evolution of graffiti artwork. Once considered a fringe activity, the art world has embraced graffiti, and artists like Chueh have been instrumental in this transition. By incorporating the ethos of graffiti into his vinyl creations, Chueh challenges the traditional boundaries of fine art. He brings the raw, unfiltered voice of the street into a format that is both accessible and gallery-worthy. This set's acclaim and desirability underscore the shifting perceptions of street art and its practitioners. No longer vilified as vandals, artists like Luke Chueh are recognized as legitimate and influential contributors to the contemporary art dialogue. With its vinyl art toys, the Headspace series becomes a medium that democratizes art, offering an entry point for those who might not have access to or interest in the more esoteric realms of fine art. In conclusion, the Headspace Set 1 by Luke Chueh stands as a landmark in street pop art and graffiti artwork. It encapsulates the essence of personal and cultural expression at the heart of Chueh's artistic vision. The set is not just a collectible but a multifaceted narrative, a piece of art history, and a bridge between the street and the gallery. Its influence extends far beyond the confines of its components, shaping the conversation around what art is and can be in the context of popular culture.

    $318.00

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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