13 artworks

  • Sale -30% Franklin Street Giclee Print by Matthew Grabelsky

    Matthew Grabelsky Franklin Street Giclee Print by Matthew Grabelsky

    Franklin Street Pop Street Artwork Limited Edition Giclee Print on Archival Cotton Rag Paper by Urban Graffiti Modern Artist Matthew Grabelsky. 2016 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 30 Artwork Size 18x18


  • Amantes Death Perception AP Archival Print by Saner

    Saner Amantes Death Perception AP Archival Print by Saner

    Amantes Death Perception AP Death Perception Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Paper by Artist Saner, Street Pop Art Graffiti Legend. AP Artist Proof Edition of 6 Regular Edition of 50 Signed 2016 Limited Edition 16x20 Exploring 'Amantes Death Perception' Artistic Expression through Archival Pigment Prints The piece titled 'Amantes Death Perception' by the artist known as Saner is an archival pigment fine art print that stands as a testament to the fusion of street pop art and traditional cultural motifs. Created on 290gsm Moab Entrada paper, a premium base that ensures longevity and vivid color reproduction, this limited edition print represents the intersection of contemporary art practices with the rich visual language of graffiti and street art. Symbolism in 'Amantes Death Perception' Saner, a street pop art graffiti legend, utilizes this medium to explore profound themes of love, mortality, and perception. The artwork features two figures engaged in an intimate embrace, their faces obscured by masks, a recurring element in Saner's work. These masks draw inspiration from traditional Mexican luchador masks and folk art, infusing the piece with a sense of mystery and cultural identity. The dark backdrop accentuates the subjects, highlighting their vibrant clothing and their interaction's tender yet enigmatic nature. Limited Editions and Artist Proofs The 'Amantes Death Perception' comes in a limited edition of 50 signed prints, with an additional Artist Proof (AP) edition of six, making it a highly sought-after collectible. Signed by the artist in 2016, each print measures 16x20 inches, a size that allows for a detailed appreciation of Saner's intricate work. The AP edition, often retained by the artist for personal use or selective distribution, adds to the print's exclusivity and value among collectors and enthusiasts of street pop art. Saner's Impact on Street Pop Art and Graffiti Saner's contributions to the street pop art and graffiti scene are significant, as his works often convey powerful social messages through a visually captivating style. 'Amantes Death Perception' is no exception, offering insight into the artist's perspective on universal themes. Saner's art is celebrated for its ability to transcend the confines of gallery walls, resonating with a broad audience and enriching the cultural landscape. Cultural Relevance and Aesthetic Appeal In pop art, street art, and graffiti, works like 'Amantes Death Perception' bridge contemporary visual expression and ancestral cultural narratives. Saner's skillful blend of modern aesthetics with traditional elements challenges the viewer's understanding of art and pays homage to his cultural heritage. This duality makes the piece particularly compelling, as it invites a dialogue between the past and present, between the artist's vision and the audience's interpretation.


  • Goofy Love- Red Silkscreen Print by Ben Frost

    Ben Frost Goofy Love- Red Silkscreen Print by Ben Frost

    Goofy Love- Red 5-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Hand Deckled Mohawk Superfine UltraWhite Paper by Ben Frost Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. Signed Goofy Love, 2016 - Red Variant 5-colour, hand-pulled Screen Print featuring two-colour split fountain Printed on Mohawk Superfine UltraWhite, 160lb cover with deckled edges 20 x 24” / 51 x 61 cm Edition of 50, Signed and numbered by Ben Frost Printed by POP!NK Editions Materiality, societal values and meaning are some of the elements, which Frost is actively incorporating into his art, without providing any answers and, subsequently, creating an open space of reflection. The artist, in a way, wants the viewers to get into the process of trying to find themselves in his art. After all, Ben Frost is a master of manipulating our memories and selectively bringing them to the surface.


  • Sale -30% Stigma I Giclee Print by Crajes

    Crajes Stigma I Giclee Print by Crajes

    Stigma I Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Crajes.


  • 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.


  • Lovers HPM Stencil Silkscreen Print by Lady Aiko

    Aiko Lovers HPM Stencil Silkscreen Print by Lady Aiko

    Lovers Stencil 10-Color Silkscreen Limited Edition Print Art on Fine Art Paper by Artist Aiko Contemporary Pop Artwork. 2016 Signed & Numbered Hand Stenciled Limited Edition of 40 Artwork Size 18x24 "I love to create images related to romantic momentos, lovers and kisses. My subjects are pretty much always about romantic stories, lovers and sexy girls in everyday life. My name, Aiko — which is the most common Japanese girl’s name — means love. Love has been my theme throughout my entire life, even from early childhood. I have loved creating art ever since I was little girl. I was always making art for myself, my mom, my family and my classmates. Just for fun. I enjoy making something that gives us a good feeling, and creating something beautiful that I can share with everyone. Something that is full of love." - Aiko


  • Signs Black HPM Silkscreen Print by Copyright

    Copyright Signs Black HPM Silkscreen Print by Copyright

    Signs- Black Limited Edition Hand-Embellished HPM 2-Color Silkscreen on Fabriano Watercolor Paper by Copyright Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Copyright (20th century) Signs (Black), 2016 Mixed media screenprint in colors on Fabriano Watercolor paper 19-3/4 x 13-3/4 inches (50.2 x 34.9 cm) (sheet) Ed. 2/13 Signed and numbered in ink along the lower edge.


  • Sale -30% Drone Launch Dream Archival Print by Adam Caldwell

    Adam Caldwell Drone Launch Dream Archival Print by Adam Caldwell

    Drone Launch Dream Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 300gsm Moab Rag Fine Art Paper by Adam Caldwell Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Drone Launch Dream is a surrealist depiction of the early 21st century. The dark background of sleep is broken by the launching of the New Technologies of Automation. The shadowy figure is either the dreamer or the shaper of the dream. The twin woman is asleep and awake simultaneously. Fragments and text of color weave in and out. - Adam Calwell


  • The End Of The End HPM Wood Stencil Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Denial- Daniel Bombardier The End Of The End HPM Wood Stencil Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    The End Of The End Original Hand-Painted Multiple Spray Paint Aerosol on Framed Birch Wood Panel ready to hang by Denial Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2016 Signed & Numbered HPM Limited Edition of 10 Artwork Size 24x36 DENIAL is a Canadian artist whose work critiques consumerism and the human condition. Though based in Windsor Ontario, DENIAL spends much of the year traveling and exhibiting throughout Canada and the USA, having done solo shows in Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit, New York, Toronto, and Vancouver. 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.


  • Sale -30% Stigma II Giclee Print by Crajes

    Crajes Stigma II Giclee Print by Crajes

    Stigma II Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Crajes.


  • Sale -30% Why All The Change Of Heart II Archival Print by Derek Hess

    Derek Hess Why All The Change Of Heart II Archival Print by Derek Hess

    Why All The Change Of Heart II Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Derek Hess Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. INFO


  • The Long Night Wood Archival Print by Glenn Barr

    Glenn Barr The Long Night Wood Archival Print by Glenn Barr

    The Long Night Print on Wood Panel Framed Ready to Hang by Glenn Barr Modern Pop Artist. 9 x 9 in. (22.86 x 22.86cm) Exclusive fine art wood print on 3/4" sustainable Birch, bright white finish. Limited edition of 50 fine art wood canvas prints hand signed by Glenn Barr. Betty Rubble From the Classic Cartoon TV Show Flintstones


  • Burned Out HPM Acrylic Wood Panel Print by Derek Hess Burned Out HPM Acrylic Wood Panel Print by Derek Hess

    Derek Hess Burned Out HPM Acrylic Wood Panel Print by Derek Hess

    Burned Out Original Hand-Painted Multiple (HPM) on Acrylic on Laser Etched Wood Panel by Derek Hess Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2016 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 50 Burnt Wood & Acrylic on Wood Panel Artwork Size 20x10 Ready To Display "This 'Burned Out' is burned or etched into the wood, the red on the arms I laid down with a wire brush, I worked fast with the crude tools to keep the feel consistent with the rest of the piece. The first laser-etched piece done with 1xRUN, Hemorrhage, came out so nice and true to the original that another one would be cool to try. Burned Out was a no-brainer, it's burned out.. What is cool about these pieces is they are all part of an edition, all the figures are handled the same, so it is a true edition. But at the same time, each one is unique because the red is different on everyone. What I find very cool about this piece is you get a unique one of a kind signed and numbered edition print, it's the best of both worlds." - Derek Hess


Love Graffiti Street Pop Artwork

Manifestations of Love in Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork

Graffiti street art has been a powerful medium for artists to express themselves, convey social messages, and reflect on various aspects of life, including love. Love, as a theme, is prevalent in graffiti street art as it resonates with people from all walks of life. This universal emotion is often depicted in creative and thought-provoking ways, using different styles and techniques. Some common representations of love in graffiti street art include Iconic symbols. The heart shape is a widely recognized symbol of love frequently used in graffiti. Artists might use this symbol alone or incorporate it into larger, more complex designs. Quotes and phrases: Graffiti artists often use text to convey love-related messages, such as famous quotes from literature, song lyrics, or original phrases. These messages can range from romantic and sentimental to thought-provoking and critical. Portraits and characters: Artists may create realistic or stylized portraits of couples, families, or individuals to showcase various aspects of love. These portraits can depict love between romantic partners, friends, or family members. Additionally, characters such as famous lovers from history or fiction can be featured. Abstract representations: Some graffiti artists prefer to use abstract shapes, colors, and patterns to symbolize love. This approach allows for a more open interpretation of the theme, inviting viewers to explore their feelings and love-related experiences. Social commentary: Graffiti can also address love-related issues, such as gender and sexuality, interracial relationships, or societal norms and expectations. By addressing these topics, artists can provoke thought and inspire change. Graffiti street art has the power to touch and engage people with its vibrant, bold, and often unexpected expressions of love. From simple symbols to intricate murals, the theme of love remains a compelling subject matter for street artists worldwide. Love, as old as humanity itself, finds a unique and vivid expression in street pop art and graffiti artwork. Often perceived as a concrete jungle devoid of sentiment, the urban landscape is transformed by artists who use the language of love to communicate, protest, express, and beautify. In these art forms, love is not confined to the personal; it expands into a universal theme, taking on various shapes and colors and becoming a message that resonates with a diverse audience. The portrayal of love in street pop art and graffiti often transcends the traditional symbols of hearts and Cupid's arrows, instead embodying a more inclusive and sometimes raw depiction of what it means to love and be loved. Artists within these movements have long utilized public spaces to explore and challenge societal notions of love, intimacy, and companionship. Love is a recurring motif from the scribbled declarations of affection on a back alley wall to the elaborate murals that adorn city buildings. This exploration of love within street art is not merely an aesthetic choice; it reflects the artists' desire to connect with the community, evoke emotion, and offer commentary on the human experience. The depictions of love in these art forms are as varied as the artists themselves, with some choosing to represent love's joy and beauty while others do not shy away from its complexities and challenges.

Cultural and Social Significance of Love in Urban Art

Love's cultural and social significance in urban art cannot be overstated. Street pop art and graffiti artwork uniquely engage passersby in a moment of reflection or a burst of joy. Love-themed art can act as a beacon of hope in an otherwise dreary commute or as a symbol of resistance in the face of social injustice. In some cases, love in street art serves to reclaim spaces marked by neglect or decay, injecting them with new life and meaning. Artists who incorporate love into their street work often do so to create a dialogue with the community. It is a dialogue about the power of love to cross boundaries of race, gender, and class. Through bold colors, intricate designs, and sometimes the simple act of writing someone's name, these artists celebrate love's inclusivity and capacity to unite. In an age where division can seem prevalent, love-themed street pop art and graffiti artwork are vibrant reminders of our shared humanity and the bonds that hold us together.
In conclusion, love in street pop art and graffiti artwork is a multi-dimensional theme that reflects the complexity of the emotion itself. Through the hands of urban artists, love is celebrated, questioned, and revered in a form accessible to all. It is a force that can transform a wall, a street, a neighborhood, and ultimately, the hearts and minds of those who encounter it. The persistence of love as a subject in street art is a testament to its enduring relevance and power to inspire, comfort, and connect us all.

Embracing Loves Vivid Heartbeats of Street Pop Art

The presence of love in street pop art and graffiti artwork is as ubiquitous as the very air that swirls around the bustling cities these art forms adorn. Love, in its myriad manifestations, has long been a subject explored by artists across the globe. The emotional resonance of love transcends the canvas, spilling onto the streets, where the public encounters heartfelt messages in the most unexpected of places. This exploration into the depiction of love through street art and graffiti offers a glimpse into the power of public expression and the universal language of the heart. Street pop art, known for its vivid depictions of culture and life, embraces the theme of love with both arms. This form of artistry, thriving in the veins of urban environments, serves as a public display of affection, where grand gestures and intimate whispers coalesce. Artists pour their visions of love onto concrete and brick, transforming the cold cityscape into a warm embrace. Through bold colors, sweeping murals, and evocative imagery, love takes on a life of its own, speaking to passersby and inviting them to pause and ponder the role love plays in their lives. The messages of love found in street pop art range from the romantic to the platonic, from the joyous to the bittersweet. They serve as a reminder that love is multifaceted, capable of evoking a spectrum of emotions and thoughts. These artworks often become landmarks, places where individuals might propose, or simply spaces where one can feel less alone amidst the urban sprawl.

Graffiti Artwork: An Indelible Mark of Affection

Graffiti artwork, with its roots steeped in the expression of identity and dissent, also serves as a fertile ground for expressions of love. Graffiti artists use the streets as an open journal where declarations of love are chronicled. These inscriptions, tags, and images become part of the collective memory of a neighborhood, a permanent whisper of affection that can endure long after the initial sentiment may have faded. The temporary nature of some graffiti, subject to the elements or the paint-overs of city cleanup crews, parallels the fleeting moments of love in our own lives. Yet, even when covered up or washed away, the sentiment that was once there leaves an indelible mark, much like a past love that shapes who we are. In this way, graffiti becomes a metaphor for the permanence and impermanence of love, a dance between visibility and memory. The stories of love in street art and graffiti are often personal to the artists themselves. These creators leave pieces of their own hearts on display, using pseudonyms and symbols to represent their experiences and emotions. Whether it is the sorrow of a love lost, the happiness of a love found, or the hope of a love that is yet to come, each piece becomes a chapter in an ongoing narrative. For instance, artists like Banksy have often incorporated images of love into their work, though typically shrouded in a layer of social commentary. The anonymity of such artists adds a layer of mystery to the love stories they depict, allowing observers to project their own meanings and experiences onto the art. The depictions of love in street pop art and graffiti artwork are as diverse as love itself. These visual love letters, written on the walls of cities around the world, provide a public testament to private feelings. They encourage us to reflect on our own experiences with love and remind us that, in the end, love is a universal language, understood by all, regardless of the medium through which it is expressed.

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