Glass Art & Vases

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  • Kaws x NGV Ceramic Plate Set- Gray/White by Kaws- Brian Donnelly

    Kaws- Brian Donnelly Kaws x NGV Ceramic Plate Set- Gray/White by Kaws- Brian Donnelly

    Purchase Kaws x NGV Ceramic Plate Set- Gray/White Limited Edition Ink on Ceramic Plate Artwork by Famous Graffiti Street Artist Kaws x NGV. 2019 Kaws- Brian Donnelly Out of Print Edition Size 6in Collectible Art 4x Plate Set- Gray/Grey/White Displayed With Box, No Issues. Blending Functional Art and Street Culture: KAWS x NGV Ceramic Plate Set The KAWS x NGV Ceramic Plate Set in Gray/White is an exquisite collection that marries the functionality of everyday objects with the dynamism of street art. Released in 2019 as a collaboration between the acclaimed graffiti street artist KAWS, also known as Brian Donnelly, and the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), this limited edition set is a creative endeavor that showcases the versatility and scope of street pop art. Out of print and comprising four ceramic plates, each piece in this collectible art set features KAWS's signature motifs and characters, rendered in a sophisticated gray-and-white palette that accentuates the intricate designs and cultural references imbued within the artwork. This collaboration is a testament to the expanding boundaries of street art, moving beyond traditional canvases and urban environments into the realm of home decor and functional art. Each plate is a canvas, a 6-inch diameter circle that allows KAWS's art to become an integral part of daily life, bringing the streets' raw energy to the dining table's refinement. KAWS x NGV: A Fusion of Artistic Expressions The collaboration between KAWS and NGV for this ceramic plate set represents a fusion of artistic expressions that challenge the conventional distinctions between high art and commercial design. The set, presented in a pristine box, emphasizes no issues with its condition, ensuring that the artistry of KAWS is preserved in a practical and visually engaging form. The gray and white color scheme highlights the contrast and depth of KAWS's designs, making each plate a standalone piece of art while also contributing to the cohesive aesthetic of the set. By transforming the everyday plate into a canvas for street pop art, KAWS, and NGV have elevated the status of graffiti artwork, positioning it within the context of collectible art objects. This set appeals to art collectors and fans of KAWS's work, and those who appreciate the intersection of art and life, where each meal becomes an opportunity to engage with contemporary art. Collectible Art in Everyday Objects: The Significance of KAWS x NGV Set The KAWS x NGV Ceramic Plate Set is a significant addition to the world of collectible art, especially within the context of street pop and graffiti artwork. The rarity of the out-of-print edition adds to the allure of the set, making it a coveted item for collectors. Beyond its rarity, the set's design reflects KAWS's continued influence on the perception of street art, elevating it from the fringes of urban culture to the forefront of artistic innovation. Each plate in the set, with its detailed ink on ceramic artwork, encapsulates the essence of KAWS's creative journey—from his beginnings as a graffiti artist to his status as a famous figure in the contemporary art world. The KAWS x NGV Ceramic Plate Set, in its gray and white splendor, celebrates the creative potential of street pop art, demonstrating its capacity to transgress boundaries and become an integral part of the cultural narrative.


Glass Art & Vases - Sprayed Paint Art Collection

Glass as a medium in graffiti street art can be an interesting and innovative way to explore new creative possibilities. Utilizing glass adds a unique dimension to street art, as it interacts with light, reflections, and its surroundings in a way that traditional materials like paint or markers cannot. Here are some ways glass can be incorporated into graffiti street art: Glass etching: Artists can use glass etching techniques to create intricate designs and patterns on glass surfaces. This can be done using etching cream, which reacts with the glass and permanently alters its texture, or using mechanical tools like a Dremel or rotary tool to carve directly into the glass. Etched designs on glass can create a beautiful, frosted effect that contrasts with the smooth, reflective surface. Glass paint: There are specialized paints available for glass surfaces, allowing artists to paint directly onto the glass. This can create vibrant, translucent effects that interact with light and reflections to produce unique visual experiences. Glass paint is available in a variety of colors and finishes, such as gloss, matte, and metallic. Stained glass: Graffiti artists can create stained glass-like effects by using transparent colored adhesive films or specialized glass paints. This technique can add a new level of depth and color to street art, and the light passing through the glass creates a dynamic visual effect. Glass mosaic: Artists can create intricate designs by arranging small pieces of colored glass, known as tesserae, onto a transparent adhesive film or a clear glass panel. This type of art can be attached to windows or glass walls, allowing light to pass through and create a stunning visual effect. Layering glass: By using multiple layers of glass, artists can create a three-dimensional effect in their street art. Layering different colors, textures, or designs on separate glass panes can produce intriguing depth and visual complexity. Light projection: In combination with glass surfaces, artists can use light projections to create graffiti that appears to float or change as the light source moves. This technique can also be used to make the artwork interactive, responding to the movement of people or objects in the environment. When working with glass as a medium for graffiti street art, it is essential to consider safety concerns, including the risk of injury from broken glass or damage to public property. Additionally, artists should be aware of local laws and regulations regarding graffiti and street art in their area to avoid potential legal issues. Glass art has its roots in ancient Egypt and Assyria, places where glass production was massively developed and flourished over the centuries. Later on, many other civilizations incorporated this delicate, yet demanding and fragile medium.  Nowadays, glass is still considered a more or less traditional material that requires a high level of expertise. However, over the recent years, it has also found its way into street art as a peculiar and at the same time eye-catching medium.

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