Horror & Scary

6 artworks


  • Sale -30% Jahbreaker Brightmare SuperJanky Designer Art Toy by SuperPlastic x Alex Pardee Jahbreaker Brightmare SuperJanky Designer Art Toy by SuperPlastic x Alex Pardee

    Alex Pardee Jahbreaker Brightmare SuperJanky Designer Art Toy by SuperPlastic x Alex Pardee

    Jahbreaker Brightmare SuperJanky Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Alex Pardee. 2021 8" Limited Run by Alex Pardee x Superplastic Horror Scary Fine Art Toy New in Box Exploring the Eerie and Eclectic with Alex Pardee's Jahbreaker Brightmare SuperJanky The Jahbreaker Brightmare SuperJanky is a formidable figure in the world of collectible vinyl art toys, epitomizing the cross-section where horror meets street pop art. Alex Pardee, an American artist known for his unique blend of brightly colored, often grotesque and horror-inspired artwork, collaborated with Superplastic in 2021 to create this limited run, 8-inch figure that fuses the playful and the petrifying in a way that resonates deeply with contemporary art enthusiasts. Alex Pardee: Bridging Art Genres and Aesthetic Boundaries Alex Pardee's foray into the art toy industry with the creation of Jahbreaker Brightmare represents a significant evolution of street pop art and graffiti artwork into three-dimensional forms. Known for his distinctive style that often incorporates elements of the absurd and macabre, Pardee's work is instantly recognizable. His fine art toys, like the Jahbreaker Brightmare, are no exception, serving as a physical manifestation of his vision that challenges and expands the boundaries of conventional street art. The Jahbreaker is a figure that stands out for its paradoxical design: a seemingly innocent form decorated with bright, polka-dot patterns that clash with the horror evoked by its exaggerated monstrous features. This juxtaposition is a hallmark of Pardee's approach to art, where horror elements are not hidden in shadows but are brought into the glaring light, dressed in vibrancy. It is a loud, unapologetic celebration of the bizarre and a commentary on the nature of fear and the unexpected places it can surface. Collectible Art Toys as a Medium of Street Pop Art Expression The emergence of art toys as a legitimate medium in the street pop art scene marks a significant shift in how art is consumed and appreciated. Collectible figures like the Jahbreaker Brightmare SuperJanky are not only admired for their aesthetic and craftsmanship but also for their ability to capture the essence of street art in a form that is both accessible and interactive. These objects transcend the static nature of two-dimensional works, inviting engagement and personal interpretation in ways that traditional graffiti artwork cannot. As a new in box item, the Jahbreaker retains a sense of untouched potential, a collectible that is both an art piece and a commodity, reflecting the dual nature of street art's underground roots and its contemporary mainstream appeal. Pardee's collaboration with Superplastic on this limited edition toy underscores the growing trend of street artists partnering with brands to reach wider audiences, while still maintaining the authenticity and edge that defines the spirit of street pop art. The Jahbreaker Brightmare SuperJanky by Alex Pardee is a compelling piece that stands at the intersection of horror, street pop art, and collectible culture. It embodies the tension between the playful and the terrifying, between commercial appeal and artistic integrity. This vinyl art toy is not only a testament to Pardee's vision but also to the evolving landscape of street art, where the canvas is no longer just a wall, but any object that can bear the weight of an artist's message.

    $283.00$198.00

  • Sale -30% Freddy VHS Red Silkscreen Print by Jeremy Wheeler

    Jeremy Wheeler Freddy VHS Red Silkscreen Print by Jeremy Wheeler

    Freddy VHS- Red Limited Edition 1-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Jeremy Wheeler Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Nightmare on Elm Street with “The Dream Machine” - a silkscreen print made for the recent VHS convention, Tape Eaters 2.

    $99.00$69.00

  • Sale -30% The Light Keeps It Away Giclee Print by Brandon Sopinsky

    Brandon Sopinsky The Light Keeps It Away Giclee Print by Brandon Sopinsky

    The Light Keeps It Away Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Brandon Sopinsky. Signed Limited Edition 2011

    $129.00$90.00

  • Sale -30% Krueger Silkscreen Print by Joe King

    Joe King Krueger Silkscreen Print by Joe King

    Krueger- Rook Brand Limited Edition 2-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Joe King Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art.

    $129.00$90.00

  • Sale -30% Freddy VHS White Silkscreen Print by Jeremy Wheeler

    Jeremy Wheeler Freddy VHS White Silkscreen Print by Jeremy Wheeler

    Freddy VHS- White Limited Edition 1-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Jeremy Wheeler Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Nightmare on Elm Street with “The Dream Machine” - a silkscreen print made for the recent VHS convention, Tape Eaters 2.

    $99.00$69.00

  • Sale -30% Nightmare on Elm St Midnight Evil Silkscreen Print by Brian Ewing

    Brian Ewing Nightmare on Elm St Midnight Evil Silkscreen Print by Brian Ewing

    Nightmare on Elm St- Midnight Evil 4-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Brian Ewing Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 2021 Midnight Evil Edition of 50 Signed and Numbered

    $238.00$167.00

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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