Lithograph Fine Art Print

5 artworks


  • 20 Years 1UP Lithograph HPM Print by 1UP Crew- One United Power

    1UP Crew- One United Power 20 Years 1UP Lithograph HPM Print by 1UP Crew- One United Power

    20 Years 1UP Lithograph HPM Embellished Print by 1UP Crew- One United Power Hand-Pulled Print on 270gsm BFK Rives Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Graffiti Street Pop Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered HPM Hand-Embellished Limited Edition of 200 Artwork Size 27x24 The Artistic Valor of 1UP Crew in Graffiti Street Pop Art In the domain of Graffiti Street Pop Art, the 1UP Crew — One United Power — has been a formidable presence, synonymous with the collective spirit and the energetic assertion of street culture. Their "20 Years 1UP Lithograph HPM Embellished Print" encapsulates two decades of the collective's evolution and influence within the street art community. This hand-pulled print on the exquisite 270gsm BFK Rives Fine Art Paper represents a legacy crafted through unity and the unapologetic embrace of public space as a canvas for creative expression. Limited to a series of 200, each lithograph carries a unique signature and numbering that authenticates its place in the limited edition series. The size of the artwork, 27x24 inches, allows it to command attention, mirroring the imposing nature of their street murals. Technique and Exclusivity in Limited Edition Prints The technique employed in creating these prints, particularly the hand-embellishment or HPM (Hand-Painted Multiples), underscores the personalized touch that 1UP Crew infuses into each piece. Despite the reproducibility implied in printmaking, hand-embellishments ensure that no two prints are entirely alike, granting each piece a degree of originality highly prized in both the art world and the more democratic arena of street art. This fusion of mass production with individual customization aligns with the democratic ideals of street art while also upholding the exclusivity valued by fine art collectors. Furthermore, the choice of BFK Rives Fine Art Paper for the prints is a nod to the quality and durability that collectors seek. Known for its texture and resistance to aging, this paper is a favorite among printmakers and artists who wish to see their work preserved for posterity. When street art, often temporary and vulnerable to the elements, is transposed onto such a medium, it gains a form of permanence that counteracts the transient nature of its original form. Cultural Impact of the 1UP Crew The cultural impact of the 1UP Crew extends far beyond the physical confines of their artworks. Originating from Berlin, Germany, the collective's members maintain anonymity, allowing their work to stand as a collective statement rather than as the vision of individual artists. This anonymity also emphasizes the 'one united power' philosophy they embody, a principle that resonates deeply within the street art community. This unity and shared identity allow them to operate not just as a crew but as a movement, leaving a mark on the urban landscapes across continents. The artwork '20 Years 1UP Lithograph HPM Embellished Print' is both a retrospective and a testament to the crew's staying power. The visual narrative within the print, often featuring the iconic large-scale block-letter tags and the portrayal of masked figures, reveals stories of camaraderie, risk, and the subversive joy of graffiti. The figures, often depicted in motion or the act of creation, symbolize the energy and defiance that are hallmarks of the crew's style. This particular lithograph, with its celebratory text 'One United Power,' encapsulates the ethos of solidarity that 1UP has fostered. It is a visual manifesto of their journey from the fringes of the art scene to becoming a globally recognized collective. Their work has transcended the initial territorial markers of graffiti to become significant contributions to the discourse of Street Pop Art, with every tagged wall, train, or canvas serving as a conduit for public engagement and dialogue. The '20 Years 1UP Lithograph HPM Embellished Print' by 1UP Crew is a remarkable synthesis of graffiti's ethos with pop art's sensibilities. As collectors and enthusiasts secure their numbered prints, they hold a fragment of the raw, unfettered spirit that drives the street art movement. Each piece is a testament to the enduring nature of collective identity and the powerful voice that arises when individuals come together to create, challenge, and celebrate. This artwork is not just a collectible; it is a piece of the cultural zeitgeist, symbolic of the transformative power of street pop art and the resonance of communal creation.

    $650.00

  • Make Art Not War 18x24 2009 Lithograph Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Make Art Not War 18x24 2009 Lithograph Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Make Art Not War 18x24 2009 Offset Lithograph Print by Shepard Fairey Limited Edition Graffiti Artwork on Semi Glossy Fine Art Paper. 2009 Make Art Not War Size 18x24 From Shepard Fairey's Art Show in Boston, MA Out of Print

    $131.00

  • Beauty of Liberty Equality Austin Mural Print Shepard Fairey x Sandra Chevrier x Jon Furlong

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Beauty of Liberty Equality Austin Mural Print Shepard Fairey x Sandra Chevrier x Jon Furlong

    The Beauty of Liberty & Equality Austin Mural by Jon Furlong Off Set Lithograph Print Limited Edition Artwork on Fine Art Paper by Shepard Fairey X Sandra Chevrier, an urban graffiti pop street artist. 2020 Signed by Shepard Fairey & Sandra Chevrier & Numbered Limited Edition of 500 Off Set Lithograph Print Artwork Size 18x24 Beauty of Liberty Equality Austin Mural Print Shepard Fairey x Sandra Chevrier x Jon Furlong. "This historic centennial offers an unparalleled opportunity to commemorate a milestone of democracy and to explore its relevance to the issues of equal rights today. The Women's Vote Centennial Initiative, a collaboration of women-centered institutions, organizations, and scholars from across the US, works to ensure that this anniversary and the 72-year fight to achieve it are commemorated and celebrated throughout the United States." -Shepard Fairey Shepard Fairey and Sandra Chevrier's Commemorative Vision: "The Beauty of Liberty & Equality" Mural "The Beauty of Liberty & Equality" mural in Austin, captured in an offset lithograph print by Jon Furlong, represents a powerful synergy between urban graffiti, pop street art, and political activism. This limited edition artwork, created in 2020 by renowned artists Shepard Fairey and Sandra Chevrier, is part of a series signed and numbered 500. The print dimensions of 18x24 inches serve as a testament to the mural's grandeur and the message it conveys. Shepard Fairey's statement contextualizes the piece within the historical framework of the Women's Vote Centennial Initiative, linking the struggle for democratic rights to contemporary equality issues. Fairey, an artist known for his provocative and socially charged work, joins forces with Sandra Chevrier, whose art often explores the limitations imposed on women, to create a mural that celebrates progress and a call to action. The mural's vibrant imagery and compelling iconography draw on the visual language of street pop art and graffiti. At the same time, the lithograph print extends the mural's reach from the streets of Austin to the global art community. Intersecting Art and Activism in Public Spaces The intersection of art and activism is vividly presented in "The Beauty of Liberty & Equality" mural. Fairey and Chevrier harness the visual potency of street pop art to communicate and inspire dialogue around the centennial of the women's suffrage movement. Their collaboration is a visual narrative commemorating the historical fight for women's voting rights and reflecting on its significance in today's ongoing struggle for gender equality. The mural becomes more than just an art piece; it is a historical marker and a reflective mirror of society's progress and the remaining challenges. This Austin mural and its corresponding lithograph print embody the core values of street pop art and graffiti artwork by merging aesthetics with a message that resonates on a societal level. The artists utilize their platforms to amplify voices and themes that are often marginalized, demonstrating the power of public art to spark change and provoke thought. "The Beauty of Liberty & Equality" mural by Shepard Fairey and Sandra Chevrier, captured in print by Jon Furlong, is an iconic piece of street pop art that transcends its medium to become a beacon of historical awareness and social commentary. The limited edition lithograph print is a collectible item and a piece of cultural heritage that continues to disseminate the ideals of liberty and equality through the universal language of art.

    $637.00

  • Beauty of Liberty Equality PP Austin Mural Print by Shepard Fairey x Sandra Chevrier x Jon Furlong

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Beauty of Liberty Equality PP Austin Mural Print by Shepard Fairey x Sandra Chevrier x Jon Furlong

    The Beauty of Liberty & Equality PP Printers Proof Austin Mural by Jon Furlong Off Set Lithograph Print Limited Edition Artwork on Fine Art Paper by Shepard Fairey X Sandra Chevrier, an urban graffiti pop street artist. PP Printers Proof 2020 Signed by Shepard Fairey & Sandra Chevrier & Marked AP Off Set Lithograph Print Artwork Size 18x24 Beauty of Liberty Equality PP Austin Mural Print by Shepard Fairey x Sandra Chevrier x Jon Furlong. "This historic centennial offers an unparalleled opportunity to commemorate a milestone of democracy and to explore its relevance to the issues of equal rights today. The Women's Vote Centennial Initiative, a collaboration of women-centered institutions, organizations, and scholars from across the US, works to ensure that this anniversary and the 72-year fight to achieve it are commemorated and celebrated throughout the United States." -Shepard Fairey Shepard Fairey and Sandra Chevrier's "The Beauty of Liberty & Equality": A Mural of Democratic Milestones "The Beauty of Liberty & Equality" PP (Printer's Proof) is an evocative offset lithograph print by Jon Furlong that captures the essence of a mural by Shepard Fairey and Sandra Chevrier, two luminaries in the world of urban graffiti pop street art. This print, part of a limited edition run of 500 signed and numbered pieces released in 2020, measures 18x24 inches and stands as a testament to a significant moment in the history of democracy—the Women's Vote Centennial. Shepard Fairey's statement underscores the artwork's connection to the broader initiative commemorating women's suffrage and its ongoing relevance to current equal rights issues. Fairey, an artist renowned for his politically charged work, and Chevrier, known for her striking visual narratives that often delve into gender politics, have collaborated to create a mural that is both a celebration of historical achievements and reminds of the struggles that persist. As a Printer's Proof, the lithograph print holds a special status, often reserved for checking the final quality before printing the entire run. Collectors and enthusiasts of street pop and graffiti artwork prize such proofs for their closeness to the artists' original intent and the rarity they represent within a print series. Artistic Fusion in "The Beauty of Liberty & Equality" The mural, and by extension the lithograph print, is a vibrant fusion of Fairey's bold, graphic style and Chevrier's poignant portraiture, enveloped in a palette that commands attention and provokes thought. The artwork's layered composition—a hallmark of Fairey's and Chevrier's approach—blends text, imagery, and symbolism to convey a complex narrative about the journey toward equality and liberty. In line with the ethos of street pop art, the piece is anchored in its accessibility and capacity to communicate powerful messages through the visual lexicon of graffiti art. In bringing this piece to life, Fairey and Chevrier have created an artwork that celebrates a centennial and crafted a message that resonates with the present-day discourse on rights and representation. "The Beauty of Liberty & Equality" is a visual dialogue about the ongoing journey of democracy and the role of art in reflecting and shaping public consciousness. "The Beauty of Liberty & Equality" PP Austin Mural Print by Jon Furlong, Shepard Fairey, and Sandra Chevrier is a significant addition to the narrative of pop street art and its intersection with social activism. This Printer's Proof is a collectible piece that not only enhances the aesthetic milieu of its holders but also serves as a poignant reminder of the power of art to commemorate, educate, and inspire continual progress toward equality. Through this lithograph, the mural's message transcends the boundaries of Austin, reaching an international audience and solidifying its place in the annals of street pop art and graffiti artwork.

    $1,177.00

  • Beauty of Liberty Equality AP Austin Mural Print by Shepard Fairey x Sandra Chevrier x Jon Furlong

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Beauty of Liberty Equality AP Austin Mural Print by Shepard Fairey x Sandra Chevrier x Jon Furlong

    The Beauty of Liberty & Equality PP Printers Proof Austin Mural by Jon Furlong Off Set Lithograph Print Limited Edition Artwork on Fine Art Paper by Shepard Fairey X Sandra Chevrier, an urban graffiti pop street artist. AP Artist Proof 2020 Signed by Shepard Fairey & Sandra Chevrier & Marked AP Off Set Lithograph Print Artwork Size 18x24 Beauty of Liberty Equality PP Austin Mural Print by Shepard Fairey x Sandra Chevrier x Jon Furlong. Shepard Fairey, Sandra Chevrier, and the Artistic Synergy in Urban Landscapes Street pop art and graffiti artwork are vibrant chronicles of contemporary culture, often encapsulating the socio-political zeitgeist within their vivid tableaux. The "Beauty of Liberty & Equality" mural in Austin, meticulously captured in print by Jon Furlong, is a commanding representation of this genre. This piece, a collaboration between Shepard Fairey and Sandra Chevrier, is a lithograph print that encapsulates the essence of pop art's interaction with urban landscapes. Initially crafted in the bustling milieu of Austin, the mural serves as a public art installation and a dialogue with its onlookers, beckoning them to reflect on the thematic elements of liberty and equality. Shepard Fairey, renowned for his "OBEY" campaign and his iconic Obama "HOPE" poster, brings his distinct stencil-based design and politically charged ethos to the piece. Sandra Chevrier, on the other hand, is celebrated for her "Cages" series, where she often depicts women's faces obscured by comic book imagery, exploring the "cages" society builds around individuals. The artwork size, at 18x24 inches, is substantial enough to command attention yet sized for intimate reflection. The "Beauty of Liberty & Equality" is marked as an Artist Proof (AP) 2020, signed by Fairey and Chevrier. This denotes a personal touch from the artists, a direct connection to the creators that is often sought after by collectors and fans of street art. Legacy and Collectibility of Limited Edition Street Pop Art Prints Street pop art, inherently linked with graffiti artwork, thrives on accessibility and public engagement. This mural print, conceived in this spirit, transforms an urban wall into a canvas that speaks to societal ideals and the ongoing quest for equality. It is this interplay between art and ideology, powerfully rendered by Fairey and Chevrier's distinct styles, that imbues the piece with its profound resonance. As a limited edition artwork on fine art paper, the "Beauty of Liberty & Equality" print is not only a piece of visual discourse but also an artifact of cultural significance. Limited editions often enhance the value of street art, which is, by nature, ephemeral. Through the medium of the offset lithograph, the transient becomes permanent, and the once fleeting moment of artistic expression is preserved for posterity. In the domain of street pop art and graffiti, this print stands as a testament to the enduring power of visual art to challenge, celebrate, and contemplate the grand ideals of liberty and equality. The collaboration between Shepard Fairey, Sandra Chevrier, and Jon Furlong in capturing and sharing this moment contributes a significant chapter to the narrative of contemporary street art.

    $1,177.00

Lithograph Fine Art Print Graffiti Street Pop Artwork

Process and Appeal of Lithograph Print Fine Art Graffiti Street Pop Artwork Printing

Lithograph Print Fine Art Graffiti Street Pop Artwork involves etching a design onto a flat stone or metal plate with a greasy substance. The surface is then treated with a mixture of acid and gum Arabic, etching the ungreased portions of the design into the surface. When the plate is moistened, these etched areas retain water while the greasy parts repel it, allowing an oil-based ink to adhere only to the original drawing. The inked image can then be transferred to a piece of paper, producing a print. The ability to produce several high-quality reproductions from a single image has made lithography a favorite among artists and collectors. For street pop art and graffiti artists, whose work often begins in public spaces and on unconventional canvases, lithography offers a means to transfer their fleeting creations into a more permanent and distributable form. The lithograph print, a traditional printmaking technique, has found a unique and enduring place within pop art, street art, and graffiti artwork. This method of printing, based on the principle that oil and water do not mix, has been utilized by artists since the end of the 18th century and continues to be relevant today. Lithography allows for a high degree of detail and a richness of color, particularly appealing to artists in these genres, who often seek to create bold and impactful works.

Lithography's Role in Pop Art, Street Art, and Graffiti

In pop art, street art, and graffiti, lithograph prints have served as a bridge between the illicit thrill of creating art in public spaces and the established traditions of the fine art world. Artists like Keith Haring and Shepard Fairey have used lithography significantly to disseminate their work more widely and to create a different form of engagement with their audience. The accessibility of lithograph prints has allowed these art forms to transcend their origins and enter the homes and galleries of a diverse audience. The collectibility of lithograph prints is well-established, as they offer a more accessible entry point for collectors looking to own a piece of pop or street art. Unlike unique street murals or canvases, which can be challenging to acquire and preserve, lithograph prints are more accessible to distribute and own. For artists, lithographs present a method to share their work with a broader audience without diluting their art's original message or aesthetic. The influence of lithograph prints is also significant in preserving and documenting street pop art and graffiti artwork, which are inherently transient and often subject to destruction or decay.

Technological Advances and Lithograph Print Fine Art Graffiti Street Pop Artwork

Technological advances have also impacted the production of Lithograph Print Fine Art Graffiti Street Pop Artwork, with digital methods complementing traditional stone and plate techniques. These advancements have expanded the possibilities for artists, who can now produce lithographs that combine the old with the new, incorporating digital manipulation into the traditional process. This fusion of techniques aligns well with the ethos of street and graffiti art, which often involves a dialogue between traditional and contemporary, between permanence and impermanence. Lithograph prints represent a unique confluence of artistry, craftsmanship, and technology. They offer a snapshot of the ever-evolving landscape of visual art, capturing the essence of street pop art and graffiti in a form that is both enduring and accessible. As both a medium and a method, lithography has ensured that the vibrant visuals of the street can be appreciated far from their original locations, preserving the transient beauty of street art for future generations to study and enjoy.

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