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  • LAGO Dope Dealer Joint Set Marijuana Cannabis Lego Art Sculpture Object by Pat Riot

    Pat Riot LAGO Dope Dealer Joint Set Marijuana Cannabis Lego Art Sculpture Object by Pat Riot

    LAGO Dope Dealer- Joint Set Limited Plastic Lego Cannabis Sculpture Artwork by graffiti street artist modern pop artist Pat Riot. 2014 White Tube Containing LAGO Joint Set, LAGO 2014 Booklet, Marijuana Stickers & LAGO Sticker. Lego Like Artwork Resembling A Marijuana Cannabis Plant Clone.

    $153.00

  • Forum MID RT Shoe Size 6.5 by Adidas x Hebru Brantley Forum MID RT Shoe Size 6.5 by Adidas x Hebru Brantley

    Hebru Brantley Forum MID RT Shoe Size 6.5 by Adidas x Hebru Brantley

    New Hebru Brantley Forum MID RT Shoe Size 6.5 Rare Limited Edition Sneaker Artwork Collectible by Hebru Brantley x Adidas. 2022 Limited Edition/Out of Print Hebru Brantley Forum MID RT- Size 6.5 Skate Sports Tennis Shoe Sneaker New In Box. Core Black / Tech Olive / Cloud White. New Never Worn with Box & Charm. "More than just leather & laces, these Adidas Originals x Hebru Brantley Forums are about legacy. Furthering our collective mission to create uplifting conversations around empowerment by championing Black heroes, creativity, and art, we are inspired to stand 'TEN TOES DOWN' for what we believe in. Every time you slip into these Adidas Originals x Hebru Brantley Forums, you'll be reminded to stay true to who you are and where you want to go. Hebru's characters (Frogboy and Rocket) help to tell the story while empowering us to be the best versions of ourselves. Popping from the outsole and hidden on the sock liner, a hand-drawn, custom interpretation of the Trefoil by Brantley signs it off." -Adidas x Hebru Brantley. Hebru Brantley x Adidas: A Confluence of Sneaker and Street Pop Art The Hebru Brantley Forum MID RT size 6.5 is a remarkable fusion of sneaker culture and street pop art. It is emblematic of a burgeoning era where footwear transcends its utilitarian purpose to become a canvas for artistic expression. Released in 2022, this rare limited edition sneaker is a collectible that embodies the spirit of collaboration between the acclaimed artist Hebru Brantley and the iconic sportswear brand Adidas. The sneaker, core black with tech olive and cloud white accents, is more than a fashion statement; it is a wearable piece of art that encapsulates Hebru Brantley's ethos and Adidas' innovative spirit. The collaboration goes beyond aesthetics, ingraining a narrative of empowerment and legacy within the shoe's design. Brantley's distinctive characters, Frogboy and Rocket, are not merely decorative elements but are integral to the story these shoes narrate—one of championing Black heroes, creativity, and art. The sneakers are imbued with the message to stand "TEN TOES DOWN" for one's beliefs, a call to remain unwavering in adversity. This message resonates deeply within the context of street pop art and graffiti artwork, which have long been mediums for social commentary and personal expression. Artistic Details and Symbolism in Hebru Brantley's Sneaker Design Each detail in the Hebru Brantley Forum MID RT size 6.5 is meticulously crafted, reflecting the artist's signature style that draws from various cultural influences, including comic books, Japanese anime, and the aesthetics of street art. The bold use of color and character design is a testament to Brantley's ability to tell stories through his art, engaging with broader themes that inspire and provoke thought. The sneakers feature a hand-drawn, custom interpretation of the Adidas Trefoil by Brantley, a unique signature that adds to the collectible value of the footwear. The sneaker becomes a statement piece that challenges the wearer to stay true to who they are and where they aspire to go, echoing the empowering narratives often found in Brantley's larger body of work. Including Brantley's art in a mainstream product like an Adidas sneaker is a nod to the growing recognition of street pop art and its ability to crossover into different aspects of consumer culture. The Collectibility and Cultural Impact of Hebru Brantley's Adidas Sneaker The limited edition nature of the Hebru Brantley Forum MID RT size 6.5 sneakers positions them as highly sought-after collectibles within the realms of sneakerheads and art collectors alike. The intersection of streetwear and art has given rise to a new dimension of collectibility, where the value is derived from both the artistic merit and the exclusivity of the product. These sneakers, new in the box and out of print, represent a moment in contemporary culture where the lines between fashion, art, and personal identity are increasingly blurred. The cultural impact of this collaboration is significant, signaling a shift in how art is consumed and appreciated. Street pop art and graffiti artwork, traditionally seen on walls and in galleries, find a new medium of expression that literally moves through the world. Hebru Brantley's collaboration with Adidas is a celebration of this movement, a tribute to the dynamism of street art and its enduring influence on contemporary culture. Legacy of Hebru Brantley's Forum MID RT Sneaker The legacy of Hebru Brantley's Forum MID RT sneaker with Adidas will be measured by its enduring appeal to those who seek meaning in what they wear. This sneaker stands as a beacon of artistic collaboration, inspiring future partnerships that bridge the gap between various creative industries. Brantley's involvement in this project exemplifies the potential of street pop art to transcend traditional boundaries, encouraging dialogue and expression through mediums that are part of our everyday lives. The Hebru Brantley Forum MID RT size 6.5 is not just footwear but a cultural artifact that encapsulates the vibrant intersection of street pop art, fashion, and social empowerment. Through this collaboration, Hebru Brantley and Adidas have crafted more than just a sneaker—they have created a platform for storytelling, empowerment, and artistic expression that resonates with the contemporary zeitgeist.

    $279.00

  • Too Fast To Live Too Young To Die Blotter Paper Archival Print by UFO907

    UFO907 Too Fast To Live Too Young To Die Blotter Paper Archival Print by UFO907

    Too Fast To Live, Too Young To Die Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by UFO907 pop culture LSD artwork. 2020 Signed/COA Limited Edition of 75 Blotter Artwork Size 7.5x7.5 As an active graffiti writer, UFO 907 is known for its alien ufo motifs throughout New York. Over 20 years, his works have been and still are growing in numbers, attracting fans all over the world. His distinct ufo motifs have evolved and changed throughout the years, from a simple UFO form to a character-like approach with eyes and legs. And still active throughout the world.

    $382.00

  • Minnie Period 12 Original Stencil Painting by Jeff Gillette

    Jeff Gillette Minnie Period 12 Original Stencil Painting by Jeff Gillette

    Minnie Period 12 Limited Edition Hand-Embellished HPM 9-Color Aerosol Stencil and Acrylic on Cradled Canvas Gallery Wrap by Jeff Gillette Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2020 Signed Original Stencil Spray Paint Acrylic Painting Artwork Size 20x24 The "Minnie Period 12 Hand Stencil Original Canvas" by Jeff Gillette is a significant piece in the realm of pop, street, and graffiti art. Characterized by its use of iconic imagery intertwined with gritty urban landscapes, it stands as a vivid commentary on consumer culture and societal decay. Jeff Gillette, an acclaimed American artist, has been dubbed as "the man who destroys Disneyland," as he frequently utilizes familiar and nostalgic Disney figures juxtaposed against dystopian backdrops in his art. In this particular piece, the recognizable figure of Minnie Mouse is manipulated in an unconventional graffiti stencil style, emphasizing the essence of street art in its rawest form. The "Period 12" refers to Minnie's untimely Menstruation and the painting number. Gillette infuses this piece with a paradoxical blend of innocence and bleakness. This contrast not only critiques our media-saturated society but also invites viewers to question the impact of corporations on our shared cultural consciousness. With its unfiltered portrayal of the tension between popular culture and reality, the "Minnie Period 12 Hand Stencil Original Canvas" by Jeff Gillette stands as a powerful exemplar of modern pop and street art.

    $677.00

  • Kim Jong’s Supreme Barber AP Giclee Print by Marwan Shahin

    Marwan Shahin Kim Jong’s Supreme Barber AP Giclee Print by Marwan Shahin

    Kim Jong’s Supreme Barber AP Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Photographique Rag Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Marwan Shahin. AP Artist Proof Marwan Shahin's "Kim Jong’s Supreme Barber" an iconic standout from Black Pop series, Debuting in 2015, Releasing 20 Artist Proof Prints from the archives and produced by Shahin Studios Only 20 Available, "Kim Jong’s Supreme Barber” 2015 20 inches x 27 inches Giclée on Photographique Rag Signed, Numbered, Embossed and Branded

    $397.00

  • Sale -25% $100 Dollar Bill Backside HPM Serigraph Print by Steve Kaufman SAK

    Steve Kaufman SAK $100 Dollar Bill Backside HPM Serigraph Print by Steve Kaufman SAK

    $100 Dollar Bill- Backside Limited Edition Hand-Embellished Oil Paint HPM Silkscreen Print on Canvas by Steve Kaufman SAK Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 1995 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 100 Artwork Size 34x15 Unstretched canvas, the image is in perfect condition. Back of the United States $100 dollar bill money from the 1990s.

    $2,124.00$1,593.00

  • Sale -25% Longear Tiger P-40 Original Mixed Media Drawing by Derek Hess

    Derek Hess Longear Tiger P-40 Original Mixed Media Drawing by Derek Hess

    Longear Tiger P-40 Mixed Media Drawing on Fine Art Paper by Derek Hess graffiti street artist modern original art for sale. 2014 Signed Framed Original Mixed Media Painting Drawing Artwork Size 17x16 This piece includes a 1/2 Inch Black Metal Frame float mounted with 2 Inch matte, UV-Glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware. "My first batch was done in 2010/2011 and showed during the World's Largest Crappie Festival in Water Valley Mississippi, that was awesome. All are were made using pen, ink, and acrylic. My father was a B-26 pilot and my dad helped instill the interest in the subject. Two of the pieces feature a rock bass morphed with a B-26. These are completely different from what I normally do, whatever 'normal' means. Anyway, these were just a lot of fun to do. Whereas some of the intense pieces that I do I feel I have to do, as to purge it from my system, which works half the time (I tend to carry that stuff with me). I wanted to do these for fun and are a great distraction." - Derek Hess

    $1,044.00$783.00

  • Kool Living Silkscreen Print by Faile

    Faile Kool Living Silkscreen Print by Faile

    Kool Living 24-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on 290gsm Coventry Cotten Rag by Faile Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 2020 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Artwork Size 24x30 Reflections on Modern Society in FAILE's Kool Living "Kool Living," a vibrant 24-color hand-pulled limited edition silkscreen print by FAILE, presents a rich tapestry of contemporary society's motifs and the urban landscape's energy. Crafted on 290gsm Coventry Cotton Rag, this print resonates with the depth of color and detail synonymous with the finest street pop art and graffiti artwork. FAILE, a collaborative duo known for their dynamic and multifaceted approach to art, created this piece to reflect their "Off The Walls" show at Danysz Gallery in Paris in 2020. Artistic Techniques and Archival Quality in Kool Living The techniques employed by FAILE in creating "Kool Living" are a testament to their commitment to quality and detail. The use of archival ink on Entrada Cotton Rag ensures that each print captures the nuance and vibrancy of the original canvas. This dedication to preserving the integrity of their work is what makes the print a sought-after piece for collectors and enthusiasts of street pop art. Each print's embossing, signing, and numbering underscore its exclusivity and the artist's engagement with its audience. Social Commentary Through Street Pop Art "Kool Living" stands out as a poignant social commentary, combining elements of pop culture, commercial imagery, and street art's raw, gritty aesthetic. The piece features a skeleton toting a branded shopping bag, a familiar cartoon character looking on, and other elements that critique consumer culture and modern life's ephemeral nature. This artwork is a feast for the eyes and the mind, encouraging viewers to contemplate the world around them and their place within it. The Impact of FAILE's Work on Contemporary Art FAILE's "Kool Living" is a powerful example of how street pop art and graffiti artwork can transcend the boundaries of traditional art spaces and enter the realm of cultural artifacts. By utilizing a fine art paper like Coventry Cotton Rag, FAILE bridges the gap between the impermanent nature of street art and the lasting legacy of fine art. The print is a snapshot of the artists' broader body of work, consistently pushing the envelope regarding technique, medium, and message. In essence, "Kool Living" by FAILE is more than a silkscreen print; it is a statement on the fleeting moments of contemporary society, the all-consuming nature of consumer culture, and the vibrancy of street art as a form of expression. Its place on Coventry Cotton Rag elevates the piece, allowing the raw energy of the streets to be experienced in a format that is both enduring and

    $925.00

  • New York City Subway Map Archival Print by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    Cope2- Fernando Carlo New York City Subway Map Archival Print by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    New York City Subway Map Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Cope2 street artist modern pop art. 2016 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 75 Artwork Size 17x24 "Having a print made from an original New York City subway map piece that I created and collaborated with 1xRun on is a really great idea in the sense that many art collectors are able to own a piece of my New York City history.The whole concept of doing a New York City subway map goes perfect with my history as being a New York City graffiti art legend cause the subway system is were I made my bones and a name for my self tagging up and getting my name on every subway line and subway system in the whole city." - Cope2 Fernando Carlo a.k.a COPE2 is an American artist, active in the graffiti scene of New York. Cope2’s involvement in the street art scene of the 80s and 90s progressively made his reputation grow, making him one of the most well-known writers in the US. Controversial, yet iconic, the artist’s story and his involvement in graffiti since the last decades of the 20th century shed light on the history of graffiti itself and its evolution over the years.

    $382.00

  • Muse of the World Ochre Silkscreen Print by Glenn Barr

    Glenn Barr Muse of the World Ochre Silkscreen Print by Glenn Barr

    Muse of the World- Ochre Limited 2-Color Screen Print on 140lbs French Fine Art Paper by Glenn Barr street artist modern pop art. "This image was a popular poster I had released a few years ago. I decided to take it to a more “handcrafted” limited edition print different from offset. Last year I had it transcribed into a 2 color silk screen print and released it with only 25 in the edition, made for my show at Inner State Gallery in Detroit...They went fast. In celebration of the popular image I wanted to do another version. This time changing the color ways from the electric red. 50 editions to be in cool blues and another 50 in deep golds. Then to add a special edition and limited to 25 I created a 3rd screen with line work to enhance the Muse’s spectacle of flight." - Glenn Barr

    $382.00

  • Le Voleur Silkscreen Print by 123Klan

    123Klan Le Voleur Silkscreen Print by 123Klan

    Le Voleur Limited Edition 4-Color Screen Print on 130lbs Mohawk Fine Art Paper by 123Klan Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "Le voleur, is one of our iconic characters. He exists on a 60" x 36" canvas which is available at Yves Laroche Galerie. At first glance he looks like a common thief, but in reality he is a version of a modern Robin Hood." - 123Klan

    $306.00

  • Muso Inko Archival Print by Helio Bray

    Helio Bray Muso Inko Archival Print by Helio Bray

    Muso Inko Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Helio Bray Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "I started the piece in the beginning of May 2012 for an exhibition in Lisbon, named ‘Shapes for All’. The Stroke Art Fair was a great experience. I made some other pieces for the same exhibition, all a bit different but very similar. The materials are my usual materials: acrylics and spray cans.I used to like to mixed some colors in particular with some specifics forms and that’s what I have made here. I have created an environment for the Mickey Mouse, where we can find some abstract layers. On this piece there is a bit of extra appreciation for the clean line. The grey paint that I used was one of the most spectacular greys that I have ever worked with." - Helio Bray

    $259.00

  • Ceci N'est Pas Une Raphael Archival Pigment Print

    Shark Toof Ceci N'est Pas Une Raphael Archival Pigment Print

    Ceci N'est Pas Une Raphael Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Shark Toof Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2016 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 24x18 "Growing up with the first comic book release of Ninja Turtles in 1984, I identified most with Raphael. He was named after the 16th-century painter Raphael and is usually depicted as being aggressive, sullen, maddened, and rebellious. Not only did I relate to his character, as a teen with angst, but Raphael is a perfect parallel to my sharks." - Shark Toof

    $356.00

  • Link's Journey Archival Print by Jordan Mendenhall

    Jordan Mendenhall Link's Journey Archival Print by Jordan Mendenhall

    Link's Journey Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Jordan Mendenhall Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "I’ve always loved Zelda games and other video game classics. Even watching people play video games was magical to me when I was growing up. My older brothers did most of the playing because I was no good, but the games were magical. You could live, adventure, race, fight and make friends in these alternate worlds. I guess that’s why I love video games and art so much till this day. You get to create worlds and live in them and escape from reality. Real-life is stressful and sometimes is too much. I love to escape through my art and video games." - Jordan Mendenhall

    $79.00

  • Morsel HPM Archival Print by Laura Bifano

    Laura Bifano Morsel HPM Archival Print by Laura Bifano

    Morsel Limited Edition Archival Pigment Hand-Embellished Prints on 330gsm Fine Art Paper by Laura Bifano Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "The painting was originally done for a show at Thinkspace Gallery called “Picks of the Harvest.” I had played around with a few ideas initially, but nothing seemed to take shape until I took a road trip up Vancouver Island to visit family. The scenery was stunning emerald green farmland dotted with grazing sheep, so I used that as a jumping-off point for the painting. I’ve always loved English Pastoral paintings and knew right away that I wanted to do something in a similar vein. I decided to introduce a predatory element to this otherwise idyllic scene, and a family of Wolves seemed appropriate. At the time I was also watching a steady stream of BBC nature documentaries and it got me in a contemplative mood, thinking about the cycles of life, death, and rebirth. I think that introducing the element of these artificial pixel sheep adds a touch of whimsy and levity to an otherwise morbid image." - Laura Bifano

    $79.00

  • Quetzal Archival Print by Stinkfish

    Stinkfish Quetzal Archival Print by Stinkfish

    Quetzal Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 330gsm Fine Art Paper by Stinkfish Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "The piece is based on a photo that I took in a gypsy neighborhood "Zorroza" at the city of Bilbao (Spain) last year in May. The following year I was painting a wall with my friend Malk, when a lot of kids come to us to ask about the wall and play around. At the end the whole family was around us, one of the members of the family was this little girl with these powerful eyes and a really special and strange energy." - Stinkfish

    $382.00

  • Basel Castle 2013 Archival Print by L'Amour Supreme

    L'Amour Supreme Basel Castle 2013 Archival Print by L'Amour Supreme

    Basel Castle 2013 Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by L'Amour Supreme Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Basel Castle, produced by the Overthrow Collective in association with Embrace and ABV, is an art-centric festival combining some of the worlds most influential contemporary artists & musicians, with uniquely interactive games, installations, exhibitions, and live performances. "The name L'Amour Supreme came about from me being such a big fan of Coltrane and his album, A Love Supreme. Supposedly he had this spiritual awakening while recording it. Not in the traditional Christian or Islamic sense, but more of an overall revelation of the connectedness of all beings. I definitely feel that listening to his music and that’s something I wanted people to feel when they view my art." - L'Amour Supreme

    $201.00

  • Infinity Skull Archival Print by Sobekcis

    Sobekcis Infinity Skull Archival Print by Sobekcis

    Infinity Skull Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Bright White Fine Art Paper by Sobekcis Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2015 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 11.7x16.5 "Both of these pieces fit in the aesthetic that we have been working on in the last year and for both, we chose the approach of working half by hand and then working out the geometrical elements and colors on the computer. With the Infinity Skull piece, we wanted to work with asymmetrical piece as we have worked on before, and even though it wasn't in the first idea it somehow started to look like a tarot card. So we finished the work in that direction. For Crystalpecker, the idea was to use the same outline of the bird just flipped, and also in different color combinations to create again this kind of symmetry like with the skull. They we were just breaking it up with the background so it wouldn't be perfectly symmetrical." - Sobekcis

    $124.00

  • I Was Here HPM Stencil Wood Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Denial- Daniel Bombardier I Was Here HPM Stencil Wood Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    I Was Here Original Hand-Painted Multiple (HPM) on Wood Cradled Panel ready to hang by Denial Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2016 Signed Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 12x12 "This piece explores the longevity that graffiti is normally susceptible to. The buff, white washing or the grey is a street artists worst enemy. Many mornings I have gone out to look at a piece in public I did the night before to see nothing but fresh paint over it. This piece entitled "I was here" pays tribute to those lost nights and depressing mornings" - Denial Denial is a Canadian artist who experiments with aerosol and stencil art, while his main fields of interest are consumerism, politics and the human condition in today’s society. Since the culture of graffiti was gaining more and more popularity in the US and Europe, the taggers had to be increasingly original in order to stand out. The signatures became bigger, more stylized and more colorful.

    $2,109.00

  • Power Of Movement Archival Print by Case Maclaim

    Case Maclaim Power Of Movement Archival Print by Case Maclaim

    Power Of Movement Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Case Maclaim Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. One of the most poignant aspects common to all of case’s works is the texture of the surfaces he uses. They are painted on a background that is made from pieces of cardboard of various sizes. Most of the cardboard comes from the packaging of the spray paint cans and they are held together with glue, staples and tape. Sometimes bits and pieces of wood are also glued onto the surface, such that a bumpy, one-of-a-kind surface appears. This structure is diametrically opposed to typically overblown, perfectionist images and it gives case’s works their unique character.

    $240.00

  • Sketracha Sriracha 8 Solid Dunny Art Toy by Sket-One Sketracha Sriracha 8 Solid Dunny Art Toy by Sket-One

    Sket-One Sketracha Sriracha 8 Solid Dunny Art Toy by Sket-One

    Sketracha Sriracha 8 Solid Dunny Dunny Limited Edition Kidrobot Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by Artist Sket-One. 2016 Limited Edition Size 8" Tall Valentines Day Release

    $303.00

  • Organica Utopia Archival Print by Melody Avis

    Melody Avis Organica Utopia Archival Print by Melody Avis

    Organica Utopia Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Melody Avis Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Melody Avis is an artist living and working with 808 Urban, a non-profit group based in Honolulu, Hawaii.808 Urban is a collective of community cultural workers: artists, organizers and volunteers committed to improving the quality of life for our communities through arts programming. In all of our work, we strive to integrate the highest levels of artistic innovation with grassroots cultural organizing for systemic, progressive social change.

    $79.00

  • We Will Destroy Eachother HPM Silkscreen Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Denial- Daniel Bombardier We Will Destroy Eachother HPM Silkscreen Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    We Will Destroy Eachother Limited Edition Hand-Embellished 6-Color Screen Print on 350gsm Cotton Fine Art Paper by Denial Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2013 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 22x30 "My girlfriend and I recently broke up after 6 years together, it has been really tough to deal with. She is my best friend and probably knows me better than anyone in the world. She has amazing foresight and intuition. We tried a long time to make it work but her premonitions eventually came true. Those sentiments were the basis for this piece. This print is one of my hybrids, a mix of 2 colors aerosol and 6 color screen printing. I think it is a really fun piece about a sad subject." - Denial Denial’s art is strongly political and social since the artist takes specific positions against issues, such as capitalism, consumer culture, and advertisements. More importantly, the artist is aware of his choices and motivations: “I like to think of myself as activist pop art. How I relate with cartoons and graphics is a lot easier than I do with photo-realistic stuff" Another aspect of Denial's work is humor. His work is satirical, which, by definition, means that it uses humor as a confronting mechanism.

    $397.00

  • Prey Archival Print by Hueman

    Hueman Prey Archival Print by Hueman

    Prey Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Hueman Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Hueman grew up drawing and painting in Northern California and received her degree in Design | Media Arts from UCLA in 2008. Whether she is painting delicate visions on canvas, or crushing massive walls with a spray can, she often draws on the human condition to create freestyle mash-ups of the abstract and figurative, and the beautiful and grotesque. She is interested in creating ethereal motion and dimension on otherwise flat, two-dimensional surfaces.

    $201.00

  • Sexphyllum Classicum #03 - Sprayed Paint Art Collection

    Canlove Sexphyllum Classicum #03 Original Recycled Spray Paint Can Sculpture by Canlove

    Sexphyllum Classicum #03 Original 100% Recycled, Hand Cut Iron Lak Aerosol Paint Can Sculpture Artwork by graffiti street artist modern pop artist Canlove. 2015 Signed Original Mixed Media Spray Paint Can Paint Displayed With Custom Box Sculpture Artwork Size 8x8 Ready To Hang on Wall  "We dubbed these flower creations Metaliflora and we’ve been experimenting with different shapes and forms for a few years. We challenged ourselves to create the greatest and most efficient use of one recycled spray paint can. The flower bloomed naturally. This series is partially about us returning to our roots. When we started cutting these flowers we wouldn’t paint them as we often do now. We’ve been venturing into this raw approach with some of our other work. It feels right to introduce it with this series as well.The can popping process always produces a unique pattern inside the can because as the marble moves around inside it leaves its tracks on the wet paint. Each flower is cut by hand and no two flowers are exactly alike. Each one is completely unique. And every box we shipped had a custom paint job." - Canlove

    $186.00

  • Hands Up Green Silkscreen Print by Sever

    Sever Hands Up Green Silkscreen Print by Sever

    Hands Up- Green Limited Edition 11-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on 50pt Chipboard by Sever Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2016 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 24x18 "Hands Up," a limited edition artwork by Sever, is a compelling embodiment of the street pop art and graffiti movement. This 9-color hand-pulled silkscreen print, created on robust 50pt chipboard, showcases Sever's intelligent approach to modern pop art through street-inspired graphics. Completed in 2016, each piece within the limited edition of 50 is meticulously signed and numbered by the artist, marking its authenticity and exclusivity in the world of collectible art. The artwork, measuring 24x18 inches, presents a flipped police car with the words "Police" clearly visible, surrounded by a crowd of silhouetted figures with their hands raised. The scene is both a graphic exploration of form and color and a stark commentary on the societal tensions and confrontations that have become synonymous with street protests and public demonstrations. Sever uses the visual language of graffiti, with its bold lines and vivid colors, to capture the intensity and energy of such moments, transforming them into a statement that resonates on both aesthetic and sociopolitical levels. "Hands Up" is not merely a reflection of Sever's skills as an artist but also a mirror to the times, capturing the essence of street art's ability to comment on and engage with current events. The artwork's raw and expressive style is characteristic of Sever's oeuvre, often characterized by a blend of satire and critique leveled at modern society's issues. Through works such as "Hands Up," Sever contributes to the broader narrative of street pop art and graffiti artwork, continually serving as a barometer for cultural sentiment and a platform for expression within the urban landscape.

    $382.00

  • Diaspora Ono Original Enamel Acrylic Painting by Askew One

    Askew One Diaspora Ono Original Enamel Acrylic Painting by Askew One

    Diaspora Ono Original Painting Enamel and Acrylic on Plexiglass by Askew One Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2015 Signed Original Painting Artwork Size 20x14 Custom Framed "Back in April/May of 2014, I spent around 6 weeks based in Los Angeles making these paintings for my solo show at Known Gallery. I was living and working above the TSL store, trying my best to make enough work to fill the space which was a pretty daunting task. The pieces themselves are a combination of head portraits painted in what I would say are my signature style and then also a series of smaller abstract works that signify the idea of migration through the Pacific, both in a historic and recent sense. The model for the portraits was my friend Sereima aka Stelly, who’s Sydney-based and of Fijian descent. To me, she really represents the changing face of the Pacific in many ways. Following on from a really successful show in Sydney, ‘The Evolving Face’ I wanted to move away from the mugshot poses of the previous body and bring more attitude and exuberance and Sereima was perfect because she is the absolute embodiment of those things." - Askew Elliot O'Donnell, famously known as Askew One, is a self-taught artist born in Auckland, New Zealand in 1979. He has gained worldwide recognition in the street art community for his exceptional blend of graffiti and contemporary urban art. Askew One's pieces feature vivid colors, abstract designs, and complex patterns that delve into topics related to his Irish and Maori roots, as well as identity and culture. One of his stunning works of art is the Diaspora Ono Original Enamel Acrylic Painting. This visually striking piece is abstract, exploring the same themes as his other works. With a blend of graffiti and contemporary urban art styles, Askew One's Diaspora Ono Original Enamel Acrylic Painting is a must-see for any art enthusiast.

    $726.00

  • Shadow Boxer Archival Pigment Print by Sarah Joncas

    Sarah Joncas Shadow Boxer Archival Pigment Print by Sarah Joncas

    Shadow Boxer Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Museum Natural Fine Art Paper by Sarah Joncas Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "I had a reference image I took of myself many years ago. I had lost my sketchbook that day and had nothing to paint on, so I started using myself as a model in some kitschy noir-like photo shoot. I always liked the photo and wanted to paint it up, but it wasn't until this show came around that I found a proper place for the image. Though I'm not at all as dramatic, violent, or angry as the painting displays (quite the opposite), it was a lot of fun to roleplay that kind of revengeful character! I've always said painting is kind of my quiet/shy way of acting... I like to paint narratives and covey them in a way that touches emotions and stirs up thought, kind of like a film might." - Sarah Joncas

    $147.00

  • Mona Lisa Grin Green Art Toy by Ron English

    Ron English Mona Lisa Grin Green Art Toy by Ron English

    Mona Lisa Grin- Green Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti Ron English x Funko. Get ready to smile with the new Ron English Green Mona Lisa Grin Vinyl Figure created exclusively for the Funko Shop! Measuring 6.75'' x 4.75'' x 9'', this 500-piece limited edition figure is sure to add a vibrant and unique twist to any vinyl collection.

    $382.00

  • Live. Work. Consume. Die. 49 HPM Wood Stencil Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Denial- Daniel Bombardier Live. Work. Consume. Die. 49 HPM Wood Stencil Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Live. Work. Consume. Die. 49 Limited Edition Hand-Embellished Stencil, Spray Paint & Acrylic on Cradled Wood by Denial Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2015 Signed Limited Edition of 55 Artwork Size 12x12 "I have a fascination with television test patterns, there is something kind of apocalyptic about them. Like if you were ever seeing one then something terrible was happening. I also put some messaging in this piece that relates to what I believe is the true messaging in most television ads. Live, work, consume, die is really what TV is telling you to do, be it subliminally or not." - Denial Denial has evolved as one the most prominent figures of contemporary pop artists, who nonetheless, continue to stay relevant and is interested in generating thought-provoking commentary. He has a long history of exploring the boundaries of appropriation, which he uses as a means of subverting the value of cultural products, imprinted in the collective memory of the Western civilization. His work, in other words, is inviting the viewer to re-imagine our dystopian society as a way of confronting it, with humor and irony as the biggest tools of the artist.

    $2,109.00

  • Arrow Pulse Spring HPM Mixed Media Spray Paint Wood Print by Tavar Zawacki- Above

    Tavar Zawacki- Above Arrow Pulse Spring HPM Mixed Media Spray Paint Wood Print by Tavar Zawacki- Above

    Arrow Pulse Spring Original Hand-Painted Multiple Mixed Media on Laser Cut Wood Panel ready to hang by Tavar Zawacki- Above Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "The Arrow Pulse was one of the many popular designs I made for my recent solo exhibition, Remix in Detroit. I decided to make a smaller-sized edition (5) of the Arrow Pulse arrows as this design is a popular and iconic style of the arrow. I had designed the cut files on my computer with Adobe Illustrator, then had them laser cut to ensure their perfection and unison in shape. After the cuts were made I individually removed each pulse and assigned it a specific color. What you see in the finished piece is a colorfully, composed wooden arrow pulse." - Above

    $565.00

  • Knockout 17 HPM Silkscreen Print by Greg Gossel

    Greg Gossel Knockout 17 HPM Silkscreen Print by Greg Gossel

    Knockout 17 Limited Edition 1-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Acrylic, Spray Paint & Collage on 250gsm Paper Print by Greg Gossel Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2015 Signed & Numbered HPM Limited Edition of 18 Embleshed Artwork Size 18x22 "The Knockout! series is kind of a companion print to my Superficial! release from last year. This series is the other side of the coin to the aggressive punching character in last year's release, which I look at as a metaphor for the ups and downs of daily life. As for the creative process itself, this series is one of my more heavily layered editions. Each piece began with a layer of collaged vintage comic book pages to create a unique base texture. The pieces were then sanded, hand deckled, and built up with a variety of screen-printed layers, acrylic washes, and spray-painted textures giving the series a very rich and complex surface.This labor-intensive process mimics the layering and decay of old signage & street advertising and leaves each print in the series completely unique from the next." - Greg Gossel

    $545.00

  • We Own The Night HPM Silkscreen Print by Malt

    Malt We Own The Night HPM Silkscreen Print by Malt

    We Own The Night Limited Edition Hand-Embellished 1 Color Silkscreen on handpainted 140 lbs. French Archival Paper by Malt Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "This print is part of the next series I'm starting after the Acid Forest. I’m just kind of diving a little bit more in-depth into the forest and the creatures that live in there. I wanted to do a non-traditional print, just use the actual bold black lines as the main image, but I wanted to personalize each one. You know customize it. Every one is going to be different, color, shape, everything minus the main image itself. " - Malt aka Brown Bag Detroit

    $343.00

  • Nothing Exists! Art Book by Cyrcle

    Cyrcle Nothing Exists! Art Book by Cyrcle

    Nothing Exists! Limited Edition art book with graffiti street artist modern pop artworks by Cyrcle. "This is a book of poetry...NOTHING EXISTS! is an exploration of the space between all that matters. Nothing exists is a philosophical quandary, a statement comprised of absolute polarities, in which its meaning is inherently dependent on one’s perception. This composition presents us with the opportunity to think critically. Whether abstract or rational this contradiction confronts us with a perplexing challenge, testing both our beliefs and knowledge. Somewhere between something and nothing exists a space of uncertainty. This moment is immeasurable, yet more substantial than that which is tangible. Nothing exists, it is waiting to be defined. Questioning this requires faith and fact. The more we understand that nothing is something, we realize nothing exists. See blind. Hear silence. Feel the truth." - Cyrcle

    $76.00

  • Punk Skunk Tie-Dyed Rainbow Medium Art Toy by Ron English

    Ron English Punk Skunk Tie-Dyed Rainbow Medium Art Toy by Ron English

    Punk Skunk- Tie-Dyed Rainbow- Medium Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti Ron English x SFBI Originals. Punk Skunk- Tie-Dyed Rainbow- Medium Figure by SFBI Originals x Ron English PopagandaFigure stands at about 8"- 9" tall

    $382.00

  • The Gipper Ultra Violence Green Art Toy by Frank Kozik

    Frank Kozik The Gipper Ultra Violence Green Art Toy by Frank Kozik

    The Gipper Ultra-Violence- Green Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Frank Kozik.

    $320.00

  • The Gipper Ultra Violence Yellow Art Toy by Frank Kozik

    Frank Kozik The Gipper Ultra Violence Yellow Art Toy by Frank Kozik

    The Gipper Ultra-Violence- Yellow Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Frank Kozik.

    $320.00

  • It´s a Living White Spray Paint Can Artwork by Montana MTN

    It´s a Living It´s a Living White Spray Paint Can Artwork by Montana MTN

    It´s a Living- White Limited Edition Rare Spray Paint Can Artwork Crossover by famous graffiti paint maker Montana MTN. IT’S A LIVING is not just a statement but it is also a life philosophy for Ricardo Gonzalez, a designer, and artist from Durango México currently living in Brooklyn. His signature script style can be easily recognized from large-scale murals to commercial work for some of the biggest brands to a simple sticker in the streets. The ambiguity in the typographical messages continually creates a dialog between the viewer and the artwork. “A word is an image” and an image can be interpreted in so many ways, the direct approach of typography has been an exploring path where the main goal is to question our daily living and to produce a positive impact. After all, it’s a living.

    $232.00

  • Three Eyed Face 8 Dunny by Kidrobot x Keith Haring

    Keith Haring Three Eyed Face 8 Dunny by Kidrobot x Keith Haring

    Three-Eyed Face 8 Limited Edition Dunny Kidrobot Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by pop artist Keith Haring. 2020 Limited Edition Kidrobot x Keith Haring Dunny Artwork Size 6x8 New Sealed In Box.  Kidrobot and Keith Haring: Merging Art with Collectibles Kidrobot stands at the forefront of intertwining the realms of art and collectibles, providing a fusion of aesthetic pleasure and collectible appeal. Their Three-Eyed Face 8 Limited Edition Dunny is a vinyl art toy that exemplifies this blend, showcasing the legendary work of Keith Haring. This collaboration is a colorful celebration of Street Pop Art & Graffiti Artwork, bringing the vibrancy of Haring's vision into the hands of collectors and art enthusiasts alike. Keith Haring rose to prominence in the 1980s, when the street became a canvas and public art a powerful medium for social expression. Haring's Three-Eyed Face, a standout in his iconography, encapsulates his spirit of innovation and commitment to making art universally accessible. The partnership with Kidrobot propels Haring's legacy forward, translating his iconic Three-Eyed Face into a tangible form for a new cadre of art lovers. Craftsmanship of the Three-Eyed Face Dunny The Three-Eyed Face Dunny is a testament to the meticulous craftsmanship that Kidrobot is known for. Sized at a commanding 6x8 inches, it is ideally suited for display and crafted to be a conversation starter. Each Dunny arrives in a specially designed display box that underscores its limited edition status. It is a contemporary artifact of Haring's profound impact on Street Pop Art & Graffiti Artwork. Kidrobot has long been a trailblazer in the art toy industry, bridging the gap between art and playful collectibles. They collaborate with Keith Haring's estate to bring a piece of art history into the present-day collector's market. The Three-Eyed Face 8 Limited Edition Dunny continues Kidrobot's commitment to artistry, collectibility, and accessibility, encapsulating the essence of Haring's artistic and societal contributions. Street Pop Art & Graffiti Artwork's Place in Modern Culture Street Pop Art & Graffiti Artwork have challenged and redefined the parameters of traditional art. Keith Haring played a crucial role in this cultural shift, using his art to communicate, engage, and inspire. The Three-Eyed Face Dunny is a medium through which his enduring influence persists, allowing his art to resonate with contemporary audiences and maintain its societal relevance. The collectible nature of the Three-Eyed Face 8 Limited Edition Dunny cannot be overstated. As a limited edition release, it occupies a niche within the collectible sphere coveted for its rarity and artistic merit. Sealed and preserved in its original packaging, it is not just a toy but a piece of collectible history, merging the worlds of high art and high collectibility.

    $192.00

  • The Prisoner Kuma OG Art Toy by Luke Chueh

    Luke Chueh The Prisoner Kuma OG Art Toy by Luke Chueh

    The Prisoner- Kuma OG Limited Edition Marijuana Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Luke Chueh. 2017 Limited Edition Artwork of 500 Displayed With Cotton, Bag and Tube Based on Luke Chueh’s original painting, The Prisoner ponders captivity in its many forms—physical, mental or in some cases pharmaceutical.

    $257.00

  • Blackbook Untitled Original Graffiti Drawing by Sen2 Blackbook Untitled Original Graffiti Drawing by Sen2

    Sen2 Blackbook Untitled Original Graffiti Drawing by Sen2

    Blackbook Untitled Drawing Original Mixed Media Painting Art on Art Paper by Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Artist Sen2. 2005 Signed Sen2 "Untitled" Blackbook Drawing Framed Ink Marker Pencil Graffiti Framed Artwork Size 25.5x19

    $977.00

  • Seen Cascade Green No Box Spray Paint Can Artwork by Montana MTN

    Seen UA Seen Cascade Green No Box Spray Paint Can Artwork by Montana MTN

    Seen UA- Cascade Green Limited Edition Rare Spray Paint Can Artwork Crossover by famous graffiti paint maker Montana MTN. - No Box Writer, illustrator, and tattooist, he has maintained a development linked to the world of graffiti that has served as an example to thousands of young people around the world. He was in NYC in the late 1970s, he was part of the generation that made graffiti a popular phenomenon and enjoys, to this day, representation around the world. Long live graffiti godfather. Living legend.

    $232.00

  • Chanoir Black Spray Paint Can Artwork by Montana MTN x

    Chanoir Chanoir Black Spray Paint Can Artwork by Montana MTN x

    Chanoir- Black Limited Edition Rare Spray Paint Can Artwork Crossover by famous graffiti paint maker Montana MTN. Chanoir is a street artist originally from Colombia and currently living in Paris who builds his work around the iconic figure of “The Black Cat”. His playful style surprises pedestrians in cities like Bogota, Miami, and Barcelona, to name just a few. During his stay in Barcelona, where he lived for many years, he founded The 1980 Crew, one of the most active groups in the beginning of the century. This time period being commonly thought of as the so-called “Golden Era” of street art in Barcelona. His famous cats blend into their surroundings featuring his characteristic simple style mixed with neon colors.

    $232.00

  • Lee Quinones Logo Red Skateboard Art Deck by Supreme

    Lee Quiñones Lee Quinones Logo Red Skateboard Art Deck by Supreme

    Lee Quinones Logo Deck- Red Limited Edition Silkscreen Skateboard deck art by street pop culture artist Supreme. 2018 The Supreme x Lee Logo Skateboard highlights the work of Puerto Rican artist and "Wild Style" actor Lee Quiñones in a commemorative collection from the Spring/Summer 2018 range. Lee has originally known for his 1970s NYC subway graffiti art, which inspired this deck. The top features Quiñones' printed signature in white, while the bottom showcases a "Supreme" graffiti piece in blue, white, and black, with a green subway tile background and "Silent thunder" painted in white. Puerto Rican actor and artist Lee Quinones originally gained fame as a Subway graffiti artist in New York City during the 1970s. Throughout the Spring/Summer 2018 season, Supreme released a handful of items featuring the artwork of Lee Quinones including hoodies, jackets, shorts, pants, and this Red skate deck. The deck showcases an example of his famous subway-style art, with the word Supreme in red font on a green background. The top of the deck includes Quinones' printed signature, making it perfect for hanging in your crib however you see fit.

    $219.00

  • Psychedelic Fusion 03 HPM Spray Paint Wood Print by Tavar Zawacki- Above

    Tavar Zawacki- Above Psychedelic Fusion 03 HPM Spray Paint Wood Print by Tavar Zawacki- Above

    Psychedelic Fusion- 03 Original Hand-Painted Multiple Spray Paint, Ink Mixed Media on Laser Cut Wood Panel ready to hang by Tavar Zawacki (Above) Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "The Psychedelic series were made in conjunction with my recent solo exhibition Remix. All of the Psychedelic series was designed with an emphasis on a sharp visual contrast. It's similar to 'Op-art' (Optical Art) which makes your eyes trip out. It's an effect that alters your perception as if you were on Psychedelic drugs. Some of the Psychedelic designs I made were featured in Remix, and some of them I created specifically for this series. This particular 'Sunset Strip' design I made with more complexity for my solo exhibition Remix. The Remix exhibition was about interchanging and swapping different cut patterns of the same design, in different colors to achieve the final piece. The Psychedelic series achieves a similar effect but in a more basic style of blocking out colors and allowing the negative space to reveal itself." - Above

    $906.00

  • Lee Quinones Logo Blue Skateboard Art Deck by Supreme

    Lee Quiñones Lee Quinones Logo Blue Skateboard Art Deck by Supreme

    Lee Quinones Logo Deck- Blue Limited Edition Silkscreen Skateboard deck art by street pop culture artist Supreme. 2018 The Supreme x Lee Logo Skateboard highlights the work of Puerto Rican artist and "Wild Style" actor Lee Quiñones in a commemorative collection from the Spring/Summer 2018 range. Lee has originally known for his 1970s NYC subway graffiti art, which inspired this deck. The top features Quiñones' printed signature in white, while the bottom showcases a "Supreme" graffiti piece in blue, white, and black, with a green subway tile background and "Silent thunder" painted in white. Puerto Rican actor and artist Lee Quinones originally gained fame as a subway graffiti artist in New York City during the 1970s. Throughout the Spring/Summer 2018 season, Supreme released a handful of items featuring the artwork of Lee Quinones including hoodies, jackets, shorts, pants, and this Blue skate deck. The deck showcases an example of his famous subway-style art, with the word Supreme in blue font on a green background. The top of the deck includes Quinones' printed signature, making it perfect for hanging in your crib however you see fit.

    $219.00

  • Thriller Original Spray Paint Wood Painting by Shark Toof

    Shark Toof Thriller Original Spray Paint Wood Painting by Shark Toof

    Thriller Original Painting Acrylic, House Paint & Aerosol on Cradled Wood by Shark Toof Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2015 Signed Orignal Spray Paint Mixed Media Painting Artwork Size 24x36 The Artistic Fusion of Shark Toof's 'Thriller' "Thriller," an original painting by Shark Toof, is a dynamic foray into graffiti street art and modern pop art. Crafted in 2015, this mixed media artwork—acrylic, house paint, and aerosol on cradled wood—displays Shark Toof's signature blend of street influence and acceptable art discipline. The piece, measuring 24x36 inches, is signed by the artist, providing authenticity to this vibrant representation of his multifaceted style. Shark Toof, recognized for his powerful visual statements in the street art community, brings his graffiti roots to the forefront in this piece. His work is not confined to the traditional expectations of pop art; instead, it ventures into a realm where iconoclasm meets iconography. In "Thriller," the influence of street art is palpable, with the raw energy of graffiti translating into a structured yet spirited composition on wood. Shark Toof's approach to his work reflects a conscious decision to merge his established voice with a playful irreverence, challenging the viewer to consider the icons of our time and their mutable significance. The artwork encapsulates Shark Toof's philosophy that art should not always be taken too seriously, suggesting that there is power in subverting one's creations. This notion of 'vandalizing' one's icons is a commentary on the impermanence of fame and the fluidity of cultural symbols in our society. This blend of introspection and external commentary positions "Thriller" within a unique space in contemporary art. Shark Toof and the Do-It-Yourself Ethos of Street Art Shark Toof's preference for Detroit as a backdrop for his creative process tells of his affinity for the do-it-yourself, or DIY, ethos often associated with street art. His connection to the city, known for its prosperous industry and innovation history, mirrors his artistic journey. In Detroit, a city that has experienced grandeur and grit, Shark Toof finds a kindred spirit—a landscape that is both a canvas and a catalyst for creativity. "Thriller" embodies this DIY spirit not only in its creation but also in its presentation. Using cradled wood as a substrate is a nod to the makeshift surfaces often employed in street art, where any space or material can become the foundation for expression. Shark Toof's choice of materials—house paint and aerosol—further echoes the vernacular of street art, where the medium's immediacy matches the message's urgency. Shark Toof's "Thriller" celebrates the evolving narrative of street pop art and graffiti artwork. His work is a testament to street art's power to transcend its urban origins and find resonance in a gallery setting. Through his bold use of color, form, and medium, Shark Toof continues challenging and redefining what it means to be a street artist in the contemporary art world. His work is a dialogue with the viewer, an invitation to explore the deeper meanings behind the images we see and the icons we create.

    $3,224.00

  • American Expression Silkscreen Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Denial- Daniel Bombardier American Expression Silkscreen Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    American Expression Limited Edition 6-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on 300gsm French Speckletone Fine Art Paper by Denial Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. n 2000 he adopted the moniker ‘DENIAL’ as a means of poking fun at advertising, politics, and media messages that contemporary society is often ‘in denial’ about. Since then he has maintained an ongoing global street-campaign of over 500, 000 stickers, placards, and murals, using the alpha-numeric characters ‘D3N!@L’. Intended as a conceptual means of marketing absurdism, DENIAL also challenges traditional notions of graffiti and public art through his bold and often satirical visual subversions. Denial is a Canadian artist who experiments with aerosol and stencil art, while his main fields of interest are consumerism, politics and the human condition in today’s society. Since the culture of graffiti was gaining more and more popularity in the US and Europe, the taggers had to be increasingly original in order to stand out. The signatures became bigger, more stylized and more colorful.

    $397.00

Green

Emerald Tones: The Use of Green in Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork

Green's Emergence in Urban Visual Culture

Green, the color of nature and rebirth, has made a significant leap from the natural world into the urban jungle, asserting its presence within street pop art and graffiti artwork. As a color, green has the unique ability to convey a wide range of emotions and messages, from tranquility and growth to envy and vigor. Within street pop and graffiti, green is not just a color; it's a statement. It brings a piece of the natural world into the often stark, concrete environment of the city, providing a stark contrast that can breathe life into inanimate structures and surfaces. 

Technical Aspects of Green in Street Artistry

The technical application of green in urban art is as varied as the shades it can take on. In street pop art, green can be found in everything from the bright lime greens that scream for attention to the muted olive tones that suggest sophistication and earthiness. Graffiti artists favor the color for its ability to set a mood. Green can ground a piece with a sense of calmness or give it an edge of vibrancy. The particular hue selected can significantly affect the artwork's interaction with light and its surrounding environment, influencing how the work is perceived by its audience. 

Green as a Cultural Signifier in Art

Culturally, green carries a wealth of significance that street and pop artists tap into. It's a color that can represent political movements, environmental activism, and social change. In street pop and graffiti art, green is often employed to draw connections to these themes, leveraging its cultural capital to amplify a message or cause. This symbolism is preserved in the audience; green can trigger a recognition of and engagement with the artwork's deeper narrative.

Color Dynamics: Green in Composition

In terms of color dynamics, green holds a place of versatility. It can harmonize or clash within a composition, depending on its application. The color theory utilized by street pop and graffiti artists often incorporates green to either blend seamlessly with other natural tones or to stand out against a complementary backdrop, such as red or orange. In compositions where green is used alongside shades of blue, a sense of tranquility and naturalism is often evoked. In contrast, its use of yellows can create an energizing and lively effect.

The Symbolism and Utility of Green in Urban Art

The symbolism of green in urban art stretches beyond its visual appeal. It is a valuable color, often used to create a sense of space and depth in a piece. Its various shades can add dimension and the illusion of texture, which is particularly useful in the flat surfaces that are typical canvases for street artists. Furthermore, green has an innate ability to draw the eye, serving as a focal point or a means to direct the viewer's attention to specific elements within the artwork.

Green in the Future of Street and Pop Art

As we look to the future of street pop art and graffiti, green's role seems poised to become even more prominent. With increasing awareness of environmental issues, green has become a color of advocacy—a visual call to arms. The continued use of green in urban art reflects not only aesthetic preferences but also a collective consciousness that resonates with contemporary concerns. Its application across murals, installations, and standalone pieces will likely evolve. Still, the message of green will remain clear: it is a color of life, thought, and the ever-present relationship between the urban and the natural. In every shade, from neon to forest, green in street pop art and graffiti artwork is a bridge between worlds. It is a reminder of the organic within the manufactured, a splash of vitality on the grey canvas of the city. Its application is as thoughtful as it is impactful, with each hue selected for its ability to communicate, to stand out, and to represent the myriad ideas that green encapsulates. Whether it whispers of growth or shouts of change, green is a color that demands to be seen and considered within the broader palette of urban expression.

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