Horror & Scary

9 artworks


  • Its a Nightmare Charlie Jason Giclee Print by Raid71

    Raid71 Its a Nightmare Charlie Jason Giclee Print by Raid71

    It's a Nightmare Charlie- Jason Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Raid71. 2021 Signed Limited Edition Print. Peanuts Linus & Charlie Brown Halloween Costumed Jason & Michael Myers. 5" x 5" Giclee Signed, Numbered.

    $129.00

  • Rick Grimes Chillin Original Graphite Drawing by Mark Hammermeister

    Mark Hammermeister Rick Grimes Chillin Original Graphite Drawing by Mark Hammermeister

    Rick Grimes Chillin Original Pencil Graphite Hand Drawing on Thin Fine Art Paper by modern trending street art artist Mark Hammermeister.

    $238.00

  • Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #2 - Sprayed Paint Art Collection

    Francesco Francavilla Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #2 Silkscreen Print by Francesco Francavilla

    Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #2 Limited Edition 4-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Francesco Francavilla Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art.

    $99.00

  • Devilman Silkscreen Print by Mike Sutfin

    Mike Sutfin Devilman Silkscreen Print by Mike Sutfin

    Devilman Limited Edition 9-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Mike Sutfin, Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2015 Limited Edition of 300 Artwork measuring 18" x 24", these prints needed eight screens and nine colors to capture their vibrancy on the 100# c stock French Pop-Tone Berrylicious paper used, and the back view of the character is printed on the reverse side of the print. Mike Sutfin's Devilman: A Symphony of Color and Chaos The "Devilman" limited edition silkscreen print by Mike Sutfin is a formidable example of how street pop art and graffiti artwork can bring together vibrancy, intensity, and a touch of the macabre. This 2015 piece, a limited edition of 300, captures the essence of its subject matter through a stunning 9-color palette applied via eight screens onto 100# c stock French Pop-Tone Berrylicious paper. Measuring 18x24 inches, the artwork showcases Sutfin's mastery in a modern pop art context, providing a fiery representation of the titular character with a complexity that demands attention. The Artistic Process Behind Devil man's Creation The creation of "Devilman" is a testament to the meticulous silkscreen printing process. The requirement of 8 screens for the nine colors used in the piece illustrates the intricate layering process that imbues the artwork with depth and dynamism. The process is detailed, requiring precision and a keen eye for detail to ensure that each layer of color sits perfectly upon the last, building up to create the final arresting image. This technique, while traditional in its roots, is brought to life in a new way through Sutfin's skillful hands, blending the boundaries between street art and fine art. Interpreting Devilman: Street Pop Art Meets Mythology Sutfin's "Devilman" is more than a visual spectacle; it explores mythology, character design, and the eternal dance between good and evil. The figure stands amidst flames, a visual nod to the hellish realms often associated with devils and demons. Yet, the character is not merely a representation of evil. The complexity of the image, with its vibrant colors and detailed linework, suggests a narrative that goes beyond the binary of good versus evil. It speaks to the inner battles that rage within, the fiery potential for destruction and rebirth in every individual. The decision to print a back view of the character on the reverse side of the print adds a layer of depth to the artwork, inviting viewers to consider the many sides of the character – and themselves. This duality is a common theme in street pop art, where the surface image often belies a more profound story waiting to be uncovered by those who look closely enough. Mike Sutfin's "Devilman" is a powerful example of modern pop art's ability to combine traditional techniques with contemporary themes. The artwork stands as a beacon within the genre, showcasing how street pop art and graffiti can transcend their urban origins to enter the realm of collectible fine art. Through works like "Devilman," artists like Sutfin continue to push the boundaries of street art while also honoring the rich, colorful, and sometimes dark stories that have always been at the heart of human expression.

    $245.00

  • The Never Sleep Silkscreen Print by Ron Guyatt

    Ron Guyatt The Never Sleep Silkscreen Print by Ron Guyatt

    The Never Sleep- Zombie Apocalypse Propaganda Limited Edition 2-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Ron Guyatt Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Artist Ron Guyatt created this great propaganda poster to help support our fight against the looming zombie apocalypse. The posters educate the population to the need to military respond to the threat. Each poster is signed and numbered, measures 18″ x 24″, and is available in a limited edition of 100.

    $99.00

  • Buy Z-Bonds Silkscreen Print by Ron Guyatt

    Ron Guyatt Buy Z-Bonds Silkscreen Print by Ron Guyatt

    Buy Z-Bonds- Zombie Apocalypse Propaganda Limited Edition 2-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Ron Guyatt Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Artist Ron Guyatt created this great propaganda poster to help support our fight against the looming zombie apocalypse. The posters educate the population to the need to military respond to the threat. Each poster is signed and numbered, measures 18″ x 24″, and is available in a limited edition of 100.

    $99.00

  • Drop the Bomb Silkscreen Print by Ron Guyatt

    Ron Guyatt Drop the Bomb Silkscreen Print by Ron Guyatt

    Drop the Bomb- Zombie Apocalypse Propaganda Limited Edition 2-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Ron Guyatt Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Artist Ron Guyatt created this great propaganda poster to help support our fight against the looming zombie apocalypse. The posters educate the population to the need to military respond to the threat. Each poster is signed and numbered, measures 18″ x 24″, and is available in a limited edition of 100.

    $99.00

  • 3D Death Curses Volume 1 Book Zine by Scarecrowoven

    Scarecrowoven 3D Death Curses Volume 1 Book Zine by Scarecrowoven

    3D Death Curses Volume 1 Limited Edition Art Comic Book Zine with Real 3D Art by Scarecrowoven. Includes working 3D glasses and 14 pages of art.

    $37.00

  • Its a Nightmare Charlie Freddy Krueger Giclee Print by Raid71

    Raid71 Its a Nightmare Charlie Freddy Krueger Giclee Print by Raid71

    It's a Nightmare Charlie- Freddy Krueger Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Raid71. Peanuts Sally & Charlie Brown Halloween Costumed Winnie the Pooh Bear & Flowers. 5" x 5" Giclee Signed, Numbered.

    $129.00

Horror & Scary Graffiti Street Pop Artwork

The Macabre Aesthetic: Horror in Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork

The world of street pop art and graffiti artwork often reflects the myriad facets of human emotion and cultural expression. Among these, horror and scary themes have carved out a niche that resonates deeply with the human psyche. This fascination with the macabre in street art is a testament to the enduring appeal of horror in the popular imagination and how it can be used to explore and comment on deeper societal fears and anxieties. Graffiti street art has always been a powerful medium for self-expression, and many artists have ventured into creating horror-inspired pieces to elicit a range of emotions from viewers. Horror in graffiti street art can be seen in various forms, including Dark Imagery. Artists may utilize dark, eerie, and sometimes grotesque imagery to evoke a sense of horror. This can include haunted houses, ghosts, zombies, or other supernatural beings. Macabre themes: Themes related to death, decay, and the darker aspects of life are often explored in horror-based graffiti art. Skulls, skeletons, and other symbols of mortality can be prominently featured. Surrealism: Surrealistic elements can heighten the sense of unease in horror-themed graffiti. The artist might create distorted, dreamlike, or nightmarish scenes to disorient and unsettle the viewer. Pop culture references: Graffiti artists may incorporate well-known horror characters, such as Pennywise from "It" or Freddy Krueger from "A Nightmare on Elm Street," into their works. This creates a familiar yet unsettling atmosphere. Psychological horror: Some artists may opt for a more subtle approach, using symbolic imagery or metaphorical representations to evoke a sense of dread or anxiety rather than outright terror. Urban legends and folklore: Artists can tap into the rich history of urban legends and folklore to create chilling scenes that capture the imagination of passersby. Social commentary: Horror-based graffiti can be a means of exploring and critiquing societal issues, such as violence, poverty, or political oppression. These pieces can serve as powerful statements that provoke thought and discussion. Horror in graffiti street art allows artists to express their creativity while engaging with their audience on a visceral level. Combining public space and unsettling imagery can make these works memorable and impactful, leaving a lasting impression on viewers.

Haunting the Urban Canvas: Horror's Place in Street Art

Street artists have long been drawn to the allure of the horror genre, using its imagery to create works that startle, provoke, and engage the public. In the labyrinth of city streets, a sudden encounter with a mural depicting scenes or figures from horror can transform the experience of a space, charging it with an eerie atmosphere. The use of horror-themed imagery serves multiple purposes – it can be a visceral form of self-expression, a reflection of the artist's demons, or a symbolic commentary on the horrors of contemporary life. The figures that populate the horror genre – ghosts, monsters, and other supernatural entities – become powerful symbols when transposed onto the urban landscape. They speak of the unseen and the unknown, tapping into the collective unconscious with their potent blend of fear and fascination. Artists adept in the language of street pop art and graffiti use these symbols to tell stories that are as much about external realities as they are about internal worlds. Whether it is the monstrous personification of societal ills or the spectral representation of lost histories, these artworks invite reflection on the nature of fear itself.

Monsters and Morality: Scary Stories Told on Concrete

Horror and the scary are not just about shock value; they also serve as a moral compass to navigate the complexities of right and wrong. In the hands of street artists, the grotesque and the frightful become tools for social critique. Monsters painted on the sides of buildings may represent the real-life monsters of corruption, violence, and injustice. The ghoulish and the ghostly remind passersby that there are things in the world that should not be ignored or forgotten. In many ways, the use of horror in street pop art and graffiti artwork is an act of rebellion, a defiance of the notion that public spaces should be sanitized and stripped of anything unsettling. By bringing the scary into the light, these artists challenge the viewer to confront discomfort, question what is taken for granted, and recognize the power of art to unsettle and please. Horror and the scary are integral elements of street pop art and graffiti artwork, serving as potent vehicles for expression, commentary, and confrontation. These themes provide a lens through which artists can explore the human condition in all its darkness and complexity. As long as there are fears to be faced and stories to be told, horror will continue to haunt the walls of our cities, compelling us to look – and to think – a little deeper.

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