Money & Cash

15 artworks


  • Signal Lost, It's all Good Big Poppa Art Toy by Ron English x Dead St Signal Lost, It's all Good Big Poppa Art Toy by Ron English x Dead St

    Ron English Signal Lost, It's all Good Big Poppa Art Toy by Ron English x Dead St

    Signal Lost, It's all Good- Big Poppa Hand Painted Original Unique Dead St Artwork on Ron English Can't You See Vinyl Art Toy. Custom Painted Figure by Dead St. 1 of 1. Mixed Media, Acrylic, Spray Paint

    $771.00

  • Smiley Grin Piggy Bank Art Toy by Ron English Smiley Grin Piggy Bank Art Toy by Ron English

    Ron English Smiley Grin Piggy Bank Art Toy by Ron English

    Smiley Grin Piggy Bank Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Ron English. 2010 Signed Limited Edition Vinyl 3 7/10 × 3 9/10 in 9.5 × 10 cm. Ron English's 2010 solo show at Status Factory NYC, Made by Monsters. Open/Loose in Perfect Condition

    $364.00

  • Big Gang- Big Poppa Art Toy by Ron English x Cereso Monky Big Gang- Big Poppa Art Toy by Ron English x Cereso Monky

    Ron English Big Gang- Big Poppa Art Toy by Ron English x Cereso Monky

    Big Gang- Big Poppa Hand Painted Original Unique Cereso Monky Artwork on Ron English Can't You See Vinyl Art Toy. 2021 Signed by Cereso Monky One of a Kind Original Ron English Biggie Sculpture Artwork Size 5x8.5 Custom Painted Figure by Cereso Monky. 1 of 1. Mixed Media, Acrylic, Spray Paint

    $1,134.00

  • Trap Former$ Bootleg Art Toy by Fatoh

    Fatoh Trap Former$ Bootleg Art Toy by Fatoh

    Trap Former$ Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Fatoh. 2021 Transformer Hip-hop clutter fashion robot Lamborghini, 7-8inch . Edition of 10, with poster!

    $242.00

  • 24k Gold Nerm Nermal Art Toy Figure by Rip N Dip 24k Gold Nerm Nermal Art Toy Figure by Rip N Dip

    Rip N Dip 24k Gold Nerm Nermal Art Toy Figure by Rip N Dip

    24k Gold Nerm Nermal Limited Edition Anatomy Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Rip N Dip. 14 inch 24K Gold Lord Nermal Vinyl Figure Only 500 made Dissected Art Toy.

    $304.00

  • Gold Money Gun 2.0 Object Art by Ben Baller Gold Money Gun 2.0 Object Art by Ben Baller

    Ben Baller Gold Money Gun 2.0 Object Art by Ben Baller

    Gold Money Gun 2.0 Object Art by Ben Baller Limited Edition Designer Collectible Pop Artist Artwork. 2022 Limited Edition Rare Plastic Money Gun with 100 Fake Designer Money Notes Object Art New In Box. Ben Baller's Gold Money Gun 2.0: A Cultural Artifact of Street Pop Art In Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork, the Money Gun 2.0 by Ben Baller stands out as a provocative piece of modern art. This limited-edition collectible merges pop art's aesthetic with street art's irreverent spirit, encapsulating a cultural commentary on the materialism and consumerism that pervade contemporary society. Released in 2022, this rare object art piece includes a plastic money gun and 100 fake designer money notes, both new in the box, mimicking the unboxing experience prevalent in today's luxury and designer goods market. The Money Gun 2.0, much like its predecessor, is not just a playful novelty item; it is imbued with layers of meaning. The act of 'making it rain' with money is a powerful image within hip-hop culture, representing success, power, and excess. By transforming this action into a tangible art object, Ben Baller invites viewers to engage with the symbolism of wealth and its display in a manner that is both critical and celebratory. Including fake designer money notes further adds to this dialogue, questioning the value we assign to money and the symbols of luxury. Artistic Expression and Social Commentary in Ben Baller's Work The Money Gun 2.0 is not merely a static art piece; it is performative, meant to be used and seen in motion, spraying the facsimile of currency in a superb display. This performative aspect is central to the piece's impact, as it invokes the viewer to consider the implications of wealth and how it is flaunted. In the context of Street Pop Art, the Money Gun becomes a medium through which Ben Baller explores themes of affluence and social status, reflecting the glorification of wealth in pop culture and its often ironic juxtaposition against the grit and reality of street life. The art object's design is also a nod to the artist's background in jewelry making, with its gold finish and the branded 'B' emblem providing a luxurious appeal consistent with Ben Baller's brand of high-end street-influenced luxury. This opulence, contrasted with the playful nature of the money gun, creates a paradoxical relationship at the heart of pop art—finding beauty and value in the mundane or, in this case, in the act of dispensation and consumption. Legacy and Influence of Ben Baller's Gold Money Gun 2.0 in Art and Culture As an artist, Ben Baller continues to push the envelope with pieces like the Money Gun 2.0, ensuring his work remains relevant and resonant with current cultural trends. His ability to take a concept deeply rooted in the extravagance of hip-hop culture and reframe it within the context of art is a testament to his vision and artistry. The Money Gun 2.0 is more than just an object of art—it is a cultural artifact that captures the era's zeitgeist, a physical manifestation of the intangible concepts that define Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. The collectibility of such pieces is significant, often becoming heirlooms of the moment they were created. They are a form of social currency for their rarity and the cultural dialogue they inspire. The Money Gun 2.0 by Ben Baller, with its limited edition status and distinctive presence, is poised to be a sought-after item for collectors and enthusiasts of Street Pop Art, serving as a bridge between the tactile world of street art and the conceptual spaces of pop art galleries. Through his work, Ben Baller challenges observers to consider the role of art in society and how it can critique, mimic, and elevate cultural phenomena. The Money Gun 2.0, in its gilded splendor, offers a snapshot of a culture captivated by the allure of wealth and the spectacle of its display, solidifying Ben Baller's role as a pivotal figure in the evolution of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork.

    $167.00

  • Let Us Prey Bloody Art Toy by Frank Kozik Let Us Prey Bloody Art Toy by Frank Kozik

    Frank Kozik Let Us Prey Bloody Art Toy by Frank Kozik

    Let Us Prey- Bloody Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Frank Kozik. This listing is for the Bloody Version of Let Us Prey by Frank Kozik. Limited edition of 100 pieces worldwide. Trapped in a gruesome world where paper is the source of revenue and happiness, we have redesigned any “exchange” to be nothing close to a smile from a stranger. Our whispers in prayer have become those of being blessed with wealth and materials to ensure longevity and to watch over our bank accounts instead of our friends. In collaboration with famed artist and Kidrobot Creative Director, Frank Kozik, the “Let Us Prey” Art Figure captures modern-day greed pressed between two hopeful hands that used to pray for more than money. Standing as a 10” representation of how pop culture devotes time to mirror our current economy and social standings, the “Let Us Prey” Vinyl Art Figure by Frank Kozik makes the perfect piece to remind ourselves of the balance between our social networked personalities and our true goals for self-actualization.

    $358.00

  • The Showroom NYC MC Supersized Mono Grey Art Toy by Ron English The Showroom NYC MC Supersized Mono Grey Art Toy by Ron English

    Ron English The Showroom NYC MC Supersized Mono Grey Art Toy by Ron English

    The Showroom NYC MC Supersized- Mono Grey Grin Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy McSupersized Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Ron English. Ron English X The Showroom NYC MC Supersized (Mono Grey), 2004 Painted cast vinyl 9-1/2 x 8 inches (24.1 x 20.3 cm) Edition of 100 Produced by The Showroom NYC, New York "From Ron's website, "MC Supersized was English's hijacking of a popular fast food restaurant's mascot. Since then, MC Supersized has become one of Ron's most iconic images, having been featured in his paintings, posted on billboards, and used in the hit documentary Supersize Me." The Showroom NYC was Toy Tokyo's gallery space. They were the first to release Ron's iconic character in three-dimensional form. Three of the four colorways are being offered at Heritage for the first time. This character has been in production from over a dozen companies in every conceivable size and material since 2004 but these are the most significant limited editions of this character. If you are looking for the Mickey Mantle rookie card of one of the most significant artists of our time, this is it." -Dov Kelemer

    $572.00

  • Let Us Prey G(u)ilt Art Toy by Frank Kozik Let Us Prey G(u)ilt Art Toy by Frank Kozik

    Frank Kozik Let Us Prey G(u)ilt Art Toy by Frank Kozik

    Let Us Prey- G(u)ilt Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Frank Kozik. Standing as a 10” representation of how pop culture devotes time to mirror our current economy and social standings, the “Let Us Prey” Vinyl Art Figure by Frank Kozik makes the perfect piece to remind ourselves of the balance between our social networked personalities and our true goals for self-actualization.

    $358.00

  • Grafflex 100% & 400% Be@rbrick Grafflex 100% & 400% Be@rbrick

    Grafflex Grafflex 100% & 400% Be@rbrick

    Grafflex 100% & 400% BE@RBRICK Limited Edition Medicom Vinyl Artwork Toy Collectable Art Figure by Artist Grafflex. Grafflex's signature BOLD lines and homage to childhood cartoons is a unique style that connects hip hop and street culture, making his work more familiar to the public. Collect the first installment of the Grafflex x Medicom Toy collab with this 100% + 400% Bearbrick Set. Stands at 7cm and 28cm tall.

    $379.00

  • Uncle Scam Red White Blue OG Art Toy by Ron English Uncle Scam Red White Blue OG Art Toy by Ron English

    Ron English Uncle Scam Red White Blue OG Art Toy by Ron English

    Uncle Scam- Red White Blue OG Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Ron English. 2020 Uncle Scam is here just in time for Tax Day! Uncle Scam is a politicized take on the familiar American icon, Uncle Sam. Uncle Scam comes with removable accessories and packaged in a festively printed box.Is there a worse holiday than Tax Day? Even if you're single on Valentine's Day and spend it eating ice cream and posting memes to Facebook about “how strong you are”, Tax Day is still worse. Not only do you not get the day off from work, which is the first sign of a crap holiday, but you may end up owing the government money! I thought this was America, the land of the free and the home of professional wrestling.

    $250.00

  • Gold Toaster Object Art by Ben Baller Gold Toaster Object Art by Ben Baller

    Ben Baller Gold Toaster Object Art by Ben Baller

    Gold Toaster Object Art by Ben Baller Limited Edition Designer Collectible Pop Artist Artwork. 2022 Limited Edition Rare Golden Toaster Object Art New In Box. The Significance and Allure of Gold Toaster Object Art by Ben Baller In the landscape of contemporary art, certain pieces transcend their original utility to become cultural icons. The Gold Toaster Object Art by Ben Baller is one such artifact that epitomizes the essence of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. This 2022 limited edition item is more than just a household appliance; it is a statement piece, embodying the opulence and swagger of its creator's design ethos. Ben Baller, synonymous with luxury and the high-end lifestyle, has crafted this appliance to serve as a dazzling kitchen centerpiece. The toaster's lustrous gold finish reflects Baller's signature style, making it instantly recognizable as a designer collectible. Its rarity is emphasized by the limited production run, adding to the desirability among collectors and enthusiasts of pop artist artwork. Yet, the toaster is not merely ornamental; it boasts functional features that reflect the practicality of modern design. With variable browning control, multifunction capabilities, and a slide-out crumb tray, it melds utility with luxury. The engraved maxim, "THIS IS NOT YOUR PRACTICE LIFE, " sets this toaster apart," which is a daily reminder to live one's life with intention and flair. This unique combination of art and philosophy elevates the toaster from a mere appliance to an art piece that sparks conversation and admiration. Cultural Resonance and Artistic Merit The cultural impact of the Gold Toaster Object Art is intertwined with the broader narrative of Street Pop Art. This movement, often seen in urban environments, is known for its vibrant, irreverent approach to subject matter and materials. Ben Baller taps into this tradition, using the medium of an ordinary household object to reflect an uncommon lifestyle. The gold finish is a visual delight and a nod to the luxury element that permeates Baller's work. In the context of Graffiti Artwork, the toaster becomes a canvas for expression. The engraving acts like a tag, the artist's signature communicating a powerful message. It is a testament to the merger of street art's raw, energetic vibe with the meticulous craftsmanship of a jeweler—Baller's original trade. This piece of art captures the spirit of its era, resonating with the youthful exuberance and the zeitgeist of modern pop culture. Its appeal lies in its aesthetic and embodiment of a bold, unapologetic, and lavishly modern lifestyle. Collectibility and the Art Market In the art market, the value of a piece is often determined by its rarity and the reputation of its creator. The Gold Toaster Object Art is poised to appreciate over time due to its limited edition status. As a collectible, it represents a convergence of art and design, appealing to a diverse audience ranging from art lovers to those with a penchant for designer homeware. The collectibility of this piece also lies in its narrative capacity as an objet d'art that tells a story—a story of luxury, of the blend between functional art and life's philosophy, and of the rise of street-influenced pop art into mainstream consciousness. Ben Baller's creation is not just an appliance but a slice of contemporary culture, a shiny memento of an age characterized by the blurring of lines between art, design, and life. A Toast to Innovation and Artistry The Gold Toaster Object Art by Ben Baller does more than toast bread; it serves as a reflective surface for the values of our times. As a limited edition designer collectible, it mirrors the world of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork, revealing how everyday objects can become extraordinary through an artist's vision. This piece stands out as an example of how art can infiltrate the fabric of daily life, transforming mundane rituals into luxurious experiences. It is a reminder that there is no rehearsal in life, and every moment is an opportunity to infuse our lives with beauty and artistry. Ben Baller's Gold Toaster is not just a kitchen gadget—it is a work of art that toasts the brilliance of blending functionality with splendor.

    $100.00

  • Gold Mini Fridge Object Art by Ben Baller Gold Mini Fridge Object Art by Ben Baller

    Ben Baller Gold Mini Fridge Object Art by Ben Baller

    Gold Mini Fridge Object Art by Ben Baller, a Limited Edition Designer Collectible Pop Artist Artwork. 2022 Limited Edition Rare Golden Real Working Mini Fridge Refrigerator Object Art Size 9.5x11.5x14 New In Box. The Convergence of Utility and Artistry in Ben Baller's Gold Mini Fridge In the pantheon of pop art, the Gold Mini Fridge Object Art by Ben Baller stands out as a shining testament to this genre's innovative spirit. This 2022 limited edition piece elevates a common household appliance to the status of a luxury item, merging the functional with the exclusive. The mini fridge, measuring 9.5 x 14 x 11.5 inches, is an actual working refrigerator that boasts more than just its ability to chill beverages and snacks. It comes emblazoned with the iconic "BB" logo, symbolizing a union between daily life's practical needs and pop artist artwork's grandeur. With its glossy golden finish, this fridge serves as a canvas reflecting the aesthetic of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. These movements have historically taken ordinary objects and infused them with artistic value, turning them into statements that challenge traditional views of art. By including both a 120V power cord and a DC 12V car power cord, Ben Baller's mini fridge transcends its domestic confines, aligning with the street art ethos of mobility and accessibility. The object is presented new in the box, a nod to the culture of unboxing luxury items, further enhancing its collectibility and appeal. The size and functionality of the fridge make it a versatile art piece, suitable for a variety of spaces, from a studio apartment to a designer car. Its portability encapsulates the dynamic nature of street art, which often shifts and evolves across different environments. Ben Baller's mini fridge is not just an appliance; it's a movable feast of visual splendor, ready to accompany its owner on various journeys, reminiscent of the ever-changing backdrops of graffiti art. Artistic Expression in Everyday Objects: The Mini Fridge as a Pop Art Piece The mini fridge by Ben Baller indicates a broader trend in art where everyday objects are recontextualized as works of art. By choosing a mini fridge—a symbol of nourishment and refreshment—the artist invites reflection on the role of food and drink in our culture, a common theme in pop art. The gold finish does not merely signify luxury; it transforms the fridge into a piece that comments on consumerism and the commodification of basic needs. In the vein of Street Pop Art, the fridge's gold coating can be seen as a graffiti-like act of reclaiming and repurposing public space. It is as if the artist has tagged a mundane object, turning it into something extraordinary, a fixture that draws the eye and provokes thought. The inclusion of the "BB" logo is a deliberate marker of authenticity and a bold declaration of self, akin to the signatures found in traditional graffiti artwork. With its sleek design and compact dimensions, this mini fridge embodies the essence of contemporary art's intersection with design. It illustrates the potential for artistic expression to infiltrate every corner of our lives, turning even the simple act of cooling a drink into a moment of engagement with art. As an object art piece, the fridge becomes a microcosm of the world of Street Pop Art, where the lines between art, commerce, and utility are blurred and beautifully intertwined. Gold Mini Fridge: A Novelty in the Art and Collectibles Landscape As a collectible, the Gold Mini Fridge by Ben Baller holds a unique place in the landscape of pop artist artwork. It stands out for its novelty—merging the worlds of functional appliances with the exclusivity of limited edition art. This piece represents a shift in the paradigm of collectibles, where functionality does not detract from an item's value as an artwork but rather enhances it. The collectibility of the fridge is further cemented by its rarity and the prestige of the artist's brand. In Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork, limited edition pieces are highly sought after, and this fridge is no exception. It is a tangible representation of the energy and creativity of Ben Baller, whose works are renowned for their ability to capture the zeitgeist. Ben Baller's Gold Mini Fridge is a convergence of art, utility, and cultural commentary. It is a statement about the role of art in everyday life, a luxurious yet practical piece that can cool a soda or a spirit with equal aplomb. The fridge is a tribute to the daring and innovation of Street Pop Art, an artwork that is as much at home in a gallery as it is in the trunk of a car. In this golden appliance, Ben Baller offers a cold storage solution that doubles as a hot collectible, an excellent companion for those who appreciate the finer things in life.

    $392.00

  • Gold Digital Scale Object Art by Ben Baller

    Ben Baller Gold Digital Scale Object Art by Ben Baller

    Gold Digital Scale Object Art by Ben Baller, Limited Edition Designer Collectible Pop Artist Artwork. 2022 Limited Edition Rare Golden Gram Digital Scale Object Art New In Box. Artistic Fusion in Everyday Objects: Ben Baller's Gold Digital Scale In the dynamic world of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork, the interplay between form and function takes a compelling turn with Ben Baller's Gold Digital Scale. This 2022 limited edition collectible infuses a helpful device with the luster of high art, transforming the mundane into the magnificent. Ben Baller, known for his boundary-pushing designs that weave together the wealthy with the streetwise, once again challenges conventional notions with this golden gram scale. At first glance, the Gold Digital Scale is an emblem of luxury—a functional item veiled in the splendor of gold, a metal that has captivated human imagination for millennia. But to the discerning eye, it is a canvas where the rebellious spirit of street art meets the precision of digital technology. It represents a seamless blend of contemporary pop culture and the age-old allure of gold, making it a coveted piece for collectors and art enthusiasts. This rare object art reflects Ben Baller's ethos: every creation is a conversation piece. The bold 'B' insignia is not just a brand mark; it's a statement of identity and a signature of the artist's hand. The scale is a testament to the idea that, in our hands, everyday items can become artifacts of personal expression. Gold Digital Scale: A Synthesis of Art, Precision, and Philosophy Baller's Gold Digital Scale is more than a measuring device; it's a metaphor for balance in pursuing a life well-lived. The precise nature of a scale—a tool for measurement—juxtaposes with the inherent value and fluctuation of gold, creating a duality that speaks to the balance of practicality and luxury. This duality is at the heart of Street Pop Art, which often explores contrasts and contradictions, presenting them in a way that is both thought-provoking and visually stimulating. The scale's design encapsulates a narrative that is both personal and universal. The artistry lies in its aesthetic appeal and its ability to evoke a deeper contemplation of value—be it in terms of weight or worth. It compels the user to consider what we measure and why, urging a reevaluation of the things we hold precious. In the sphere of Graffiti Artwork, the scale becomes a symbol of the artist's interaction with the world—a tool to quantify, challenge, and disrupt. It is a physical representation of the artist's influence, weighing the impact of art on society. The Gold Digital Scale is anchored in the present as a limited edition piece, but its implications are timeless. Collectible Art in the form of a Gold Digital Scale The allure of collectible art often lies in the story it tells and the emotion it evokes. With Baller's Gold Digital Scale, the narrative is rich and multifaceted. As a limited edition piece, it speaks of exclusivity and the innate human desire to possess something unique. But it also talks of innovation, of the boldness to reimagine what a collectible can be. In the context of Street Pop Art, this scale is revolutionary. It defies the traditional canvas, instead embracing technology and everyday objects as vehicles for artistic expression. It is an invitation to view our daily tools through the lens of art, recognizing the potential for beauty and meaning in all facets of life. The collectible nature of this piece is underscored by its newness, its pristine condition preserved within a box. This presentation protects the art and adds to its mystique, the untold stories that await once the seal is broken and the scale is used. In conclusion, Ben Baller's Gold Digital Scale bridges the worlds of art, technology, and personal expression. It is a shining example of how Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork continue to evolve, pushing the boundaries of where and how art can exist. This piece is a modern artifact, a testament to the era of digital precision melded with the timeless pursuit of art. It is a collectible that weighs the worth of innovation and the balance of aesthetic pleasure, challenging us to find the golden mean in art and life.

    $167.00

  • Gold Vacuum Sealer Object Art by Ben Baller Gold Vacuum Sealer Object Art by Ben Baller

    Ben Baller Gold Vacuum Sealer Object Art by Ben Baller

    Gold Vacuum Sealer Object Art by Ben Baller, Limited Edition Designer Collectible Pop Artist Artwork. 2022 Limited Edition Rare Golden Deep Storage Vacuum Sealer Object Art New In Box. Gold Vacuum Sealer as a Canvas for Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork The intersection of practicality and luxury often presents itself in unexpected forms, and the Gold Vacuum Sealer Object Art by Ben Baller is a quintessential example of this fusion. As a 2022 limited edition release, this golden deep storage vacuum sealer elevates a commonplace household item to a collectible status, embodying the essence of Pop Artist Artwork in its design and function. With its surface adorned by the iconic "BB" logo, the object exudes exclusivity and indicates the modern collector's drive for unique, high-end items. Ben Baller's use of gold, a material associated with wealth and status throughout history, bridges the gap between domestic utility and opulent artistry. The lustrous finish not only enhances the visual appeal of the vacuum sealer but also serves as a nod to the extravagant nature of Street Pop Art, where everyday objects are transformed into luxurious pieces. Including vacuum seal bags and an instruction manual does not detract from its value as an artwork; instead, it emphasizes the blend of form and function characteristic of designer collectibles. In the realm of Graffiti Artwork, the vacuum sealer is a metaphor for preserving the transient nature of street art itself. Just as the sealer protects and maintains the quality of food items, graffiti art aims to capture and hold onto moments of cultural significance, often in the face of transience and change. This piece is a testament to the lasting impact of street-inspired artwork and the artist's vision to seal a moment in time with his distinctive style. The Role of Functional Art Objects in Contemporary Street Art Movements Contemporary Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork movements often explore the dialogue between art and everyday life, and Ben Baller's Gold Vacuum Sealer is a material manifestation of this discourse. By taking an ordinary kitchen appliance and rendering it with a gold finish, the artist challenges our perceptions of what constitutes an art object. This work blurs the boundaries between the practical and the aesthetic, pushing the viewer to recognize the artistic potential in all forms of matter. The choice of a vacuum sealer, a device used to preserve perishables, is particularly evocative in the context of Pop Art. It symbolizes the preservation of food and the desire to maintain the freshness of ideas and art in a rapidly changing world. The appliance becomes a metaphor for the role of art in society: to keep culture from becoming stale and to protect it against the degradation of time and memory. Moreover, the inclusion of Ben Baller's "BB" logo front and center on the vacuum sealer acts as his signature, akin to the tags used by graffiti artists to mark their work in the urban landscape. The logo signifies authenticity and ownership while contributing to the narrative that every object tells a story through its design and use. Collectible Art in the Age of Street Pop and Graffiti Expression As a collectible, the Gold Vacuum Sealer straddles the worlds of high art and high utility. Its status as a limited edition piece ensures that it is a functional device and a valuable asset to collectors who appreciate the convergence of art and everyday items. This object art reflects the increasing trend in Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork, where the tools and objects of daily life are repurposed as canvases for creative expression. The new vacuum sealer in the box carries the air of anticipation akin to unwrapping a piece of fine art. It encapsulates the excitement of the unboxing experience, which has become a ritualistic moment of revelation in the digital age. Collectors and art enthusiasts acquire not just a tool for preservation but a piece of Ben Baller's artistic vision—a vision that encapsulates the street's raw energy and pop art's colorful vivacity. Ben Baller's Gold Vacuum Sealer is a shining example of the innovative spirit driving Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. It is a testament to the evolving nature of art, where the line between what is an art piece and what is an appliance is continuously blurred. This object art is not just a tribute to the artist's creative prowess but also a beacon that illuminates the path for future artistic endeavors that seek to merge the realms of functionality with the extraordinary.

    $167.00

Money & Cash

Money & Cash has been a popular topic in graffiti street art for many years. It is often used as a symbol of power, wealth, and corruption in society. Graffiti artists may use images of currency, such as dollar bills or coins, to comment on the influence of money in politics, economics, and culture. One common theme in money-related graffiti is the concept of greed. Artists may use images of fat cats or pigs with money bags to criticize those who accumulate wealth at the expense of others. Graffiti artists may also use images of dollar bills with slogans like "Money Talks" or "Cash Rules Everything" to comment on the ways in which money influences people's behavior and values. In addition to critiquing the negative aspects of money, graffiti artists may also use money-related imagery to celebrate the positive aspects of wealth and success. For example, they may create images of successful entrepreneurs or athletes who have made a significant impact on their communities. Overall, money as a topic in graffiti street art can be used to reflect on the complex and multifaceted ways in which money shapes our world. The cash sign ($) is a popular symbol used in graffiti, street art, and pop art to convey various messages related to money, power, and status. In graffiti, the cash sign is often used as a tag or signature by street artists to mark their work and gain recognition in the community. It may also be used to convey messages about wealth and consumer culture, as well as social and economic inequality. In pop art, the cash sign is frequently used as a motif to comment on the commercialization of art and society. Artists may incorporate the symbol into their work to explore themes of greed, materialism, and the commodification of culture. The use of the cash sign in graffiti, street art, and pop art reflects a complex relationship between money, power, and artistic expression in contemporary culture. ash plays a significant role in both Graffiti Art and Pop Art, although in different ways. Graffiti Art is often associated with street culture and urban environments, and it emerged as a form of rebellion against societal norms and authority. In its early days, Graffiti Art was primarily created by young people who had limited financial means and used cheap spray cans and markers to create their art. However, as Graffiti Art gained popularity and recognition, some artists began to monetize their work through commissioned pieces, selling prints, or even opening their galleries. While the commercialization of Graffiti Art has led to some controversy within the art community, it has also allowed some artists to earn a living from their work. Some of the most famous Graffiti Artists, such as Banksy and Shepard Fairey, have achieved mainstream success, with their works selling for millions of dollars. In contrast, Pop Art emerged in the 1950s and 1960s as a response to consumer culture and the increasing commercialization of art. Pop Artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and Claes Oldenburg often incorporated images of everyday consumer objects and mass-produced items into their artwork, highlighting the pervasive influence of consumer culture on American society. The irony of Pop Art is that while it critiques consumer culture, it also celebrates it, and many Pop Artists became successful commercial artists themselves. Warhol, for example, famously declared that "Making money is art, and working is art, and good business is the best art." His prints and other works continue to sell for high prices today. While Graffiti Art emerged as a form of rebellion against authority, it has also become a commercialized art form that allows some artists to earn a living. In contrast, Pop Art critiques consumer culture while celebrating it, and many Pop Artists have themselves become successful commercial artists.

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