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  • Yoshinoya Archival Pigment Print - Sprayed Paint Art Collection

    Scott Listfield Yoshinoya Archival Print by Scott Listfield

    Purchase Yoshinoya Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Moab Fine Art Paper by Pop Artist Scott Listfield. 2018 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 14x18 Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Moab Fine Art Paper Size:    14 x 18 Inches Release:    November 09, 2018 Run of: 50


  • Lono Archival Pigment Print - Sprayed Paint Art Collection

    Lono Archival Pigment Print

    Purchase Lono Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Prime graffiti street artist modern pop art. John is a product of the housing projects, having been a well-known graffiti and gang tagger who got into trouble with violence and drugs. Since the late 1980s, Prime has become a successful community worker, business, and family man. In turning his life around, John has found a highly effective way of steering youth from the dangers inherent in growing up in at-risk neighborhoods and turning them into community-minded artists and cultural workers. His unique method of youth development is rooted in the art of graffiti muralism, a visual vocabulary of the streets that he has harnessed as a cultural tool for positive social change. John has created over 50 public murals and coordinated numerous public art events on O’ahu in the past 8 years. These efforts have spearheaded the creation of 808 Urban.



Purchase Food Print Street Pop Art & Food Graffiti Artwork From Urban, Modern Contemporary Artists.

Graffiti street art has been known to incorporate various themes and subjects, and food is no exception. Food in graffiti street art can be seen as a way to express cultural identity, promote healthier eating habits, or simply showcase artistic talent through the depiction of different dishes and ingredients. Here are a few examples of how food can be incorporated into graffiti street art:

  1. Cultural representation: Street artists may use food as a way to celebrate their cultural heritage or showcase the unique culinary aspects of a specific region. This can be seen in the form of murals depicting traditional dishes, ingredients, or cooking techniques.

  2. Social commentary: Graffiti art can serve as a platform to address social and political issues, including topics related to food. Artists may create pieces highlighting problems like hunger, food waste, or unhealthy eating habits in an effort to raise awareness and promote positive change.

  3. Food-related humor: Street art often incorporates humor, and food can be a rich source of inspiration for funny and whimsical pieces. This can include puns, visual gags, or other humorous takes on food and eating.

  4. Food as an artistic subject: Some artists may simply be inspired by the visual appeal of food and choose to incorporate it into their work for purely aesthetic reasons. This can include hyper-realistic depictions of dishes, stylized representations of ingredients, or abstract interpretations of culinary themes.

  5. Collaboration with restaurants and cafes: Street artists are sometimes commissioned by food establishments to create murals or graffiti art that showcases their menu offerings or evokes the atmosphere of their dining spaces. These collaborations can result in visually stunning works of art that also serve as effective advertising for the businesses.

Food is a versatile subject that can be used in various ways within graffiti street art. It allows artists to explore cultural, social, and aesthetic themes while also providing a visually engaging and relatable subject for viewers.


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