Mosaic

3 artworks


  • Modular Silkscreen Print by Add Fuel x Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Modular Silkscreen Print by Add Fuel x Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Modular Silkscreen Print by Add Fuel x Shepard Fairey- OBEY Hand-Pulled on Cream Speckletone Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork Obey Pop Culture Artist. 2022 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 500 Artwork Size 18x24 Silkscreen Print "Diogo Machado aka ADD FUEL’s art functions on several levels literally and metaphorically. His pieces master the aesthetics of traditional Portuguese tile work while adding his own playful character illustrations subversively woven into the designs. These two seemingly disparate styles are so elegantly blended together that discovering the oddity within the harmony is both bizarre and joyful. The actual and faux rips ADD FUEL incorporates into his art are more than just a nod to paper, the common material of modern street art, they’re also a provocative bit of visual dissonance since tiles don’t rip. Despite the incongruity of tiles and rips, ADD FUEL’s visually seductive compositions evoke a sense of time passed and a story behind each layer." -Shepard Fairey- OBEY In the sphere of contemporary art, the collaborative silkscreen print by Add Fuel and Shepard Fairey represents a unique fusion of traditional motifs and modern sensibilities. This limited edition piece, restricted to a run of 500 and signed and numbered by the artists, is a striking example of pop culture artistry on a cream speckletone fine art paper, measuring 18x24 inches. Created in 2022, this 5-color hand-pulled print showcases the distinct styles of both artists, marrying the classical aesthetic of Portuguese tile design with the urban edge of graffiti art. Diogo Machado, who operates under the alias Add Fuel, reimagines the conventional ceramic tile as a canvas for street art. His contribution to this print is distinguished by the intricate simulation of traditional tile patterns, interspersed with his characteristic playful characters that add a layer of whimsy and critique. The interplay of these detailed designs with Shepard Fairey's iconic Obey imagery lends the work a complex, layered narrative. Fairey, a luminary in the street art movement, brings his bold graphics and propagandistic flair to the collaboration, creating a visual dialogue between past and present artistic expressions. The print's allure is amplified by the intentional 'rips' trailing its surface. This clever trompe l'oeil effect disrupts the tilework's permanence with the ephemeral nature of paper, a staple medium for street artists. These artificial tears challenge viewers' perceptions, hinting at the transient nature of art and commentary on the fragility of cultural heritage. As Fairey noted, the juxtaposition of durable ceramic and tearable paper forms a compelling contrast that is visually arresting and conceptually profound. This artwork transcends the boundaries of its medium, inviting contemplation on the evolution of artistic expression and the enduring impact of cultural symbols. In this union of Add Fuel's meticulous craftsmanship and Shepard Fairey's aggressive style, a new narrative emerges, one that celebrates both individual creativity and the collective memory encapsulated within traditional art forms.

    $1,000.00

  • Geometric Dove Tile- Blue Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Geometric Dove Tile- Blue Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Geometric Dove Tile- Blue Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Geometric Dove Tile- Blue Dream Editions Series Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Print on Tile With Cork Base by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Shepard Fairey. Geometric Dove (Blue) Shepard Fairey Edition of /225 + 25 AP Digital print on a tile. Tile with cork base Laser signature and numbering 15 × 15 cm 5.9x5.9in 2021 "The Dream Editions series challenges invited artists to dig deep into their imagination to create pieces that they have always dreamt of, but never really got the chance to accomplish - until now. As an innovative and ground-breaking initiative will be pushing these abilities to the max, showing just how accomplished this industry has become. Over the years, Underdogs have developed countless limited editions and unique pieces, encompassing a wide variety of mediums, shapes, materials and processes." -Underdogs

    $438.00

  • Geometric Dove Tile- Black Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Geometric Dove Tile- Black Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Geometric Dove Tile- Black Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Geometric Dove Tile- Black Dream Editions Series Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Print on Tile With Cork Base by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Shepard Fairey. Geometric Dove (Black) Shepard Fairey Edition of /225 + 25 AP Digital print on a tile. Tile with cork base Laser signature and numbering 15 × 15 cm 5.9x5.9in 2021 "The Dream Editions series challenges invited artists to dig deep into their imagination to create pieces that they have always dreamt of, but never really got the chance to accomplish - until now. As an innovative and ground-breaking initiative will be pushing these abilities to the max, showing just how accomplished this industry has become. Over the years, Underdogs have developed countless limited editions and unique pieces, encompassing a wide variety of mediums, shapes, materials and processes." -Underdogs

    $438.00

Mosaic Graffiti Street Pop Artwork
Mosaic art has been used in various forms of artistic expression for centuries. From ancient Greek and Roman mosaics to modern-day art installations, the use of small tiles or pieces of material to create larger images has been a popular technique. One form of art where mosaic influence can be seen is in graffiti and street art. Graffiti and street art are often seen as subversive and countercultural, but they have also become recognized forms of art that can have a positive impact on the urban landscape. Graffiti and street artists often use a variety of techniques to create their works, and mosaic influence is one that has been gaining popularity in recent years. Mosaic influence in graffiti and street art can be seen in a few different ways. One way is through the use of small tiles or pieces of material, such as glass or ceramic, to create larger images. These pieces can be arranged in a pattern or image to create a larger work of art. This technique is often used in public art installations, where the artist wants to create something that is both visually striking and durable. Another way that mosaic influence can be seen in graffiti and street art is through the use of stencils. Stencils are a popular technique in graffiti and street art, and they can be used to create a variety of images and patterns. Mosaic stencils are a type of stencil that uses small tiles or pieces of material to create an image. These stencils can be used to create a variety of images, from simple geometric shapes to more complex designs. One artist who has been using mosaic influence in his work is the French artist known as Invader. Invader is known for creating works that resemble the pixelated images from old video games. He creates these works using small tiles or pieces of material, which he arranges to create larger images. These images are then affixed to walls and other surfaces using adhesive. Invader's works can be found in cities all over the world, and he has become one of the most recognized street artists in the world. Another artist who has been using mosaic influence in his work is the British artist known as Nick Walker. Walker is known for his stenciled images, which often depict scenes from everyday life. He has also been using mosaic stencils in his work, which he creates by cutting small tiles or pieces of material into the shapes he needs. These stencils are then used to create images that resemble mosaics. Mosaic influence can also be seen in the work of the Brazilian artist known as Kobra. Kobra is known for his large-scale murals, which often depict famous people or scenes from history. He has been using a technique that he calls "reverse graffiti," which involves removing dirt and grime from a surface to create an image. Kobra has been using mosaic influence in his work by creating images that resemble mosaics. He achieves this by removing the dirt and grime in a pattern or image to create a larger work of art. Mosaic influence in graffiti and street art can have a positive impact on the urban landscape. These works of art can help to beautify the city and create a sense of community. They can also serve as a way to promote cultural exchange, as artists from all over the world are creating works that can be seen by people from all walks of life. In conclusion, mosaic influence is a popular technique in graffiti and street art. Artists are using small tiles or pieces of material to create larger works of art, either through the use of stencils or by affixing the pieces directly to a surface. This technique can help to create visually striking works of art that can have a positive impact on the urban landscape. Mosaic influence in graffiti and street art is a trend that is likely to continue to grow in popularity as artists continue to experiment with new techniques and materials. As cities around the world continue to embrace street art as a legitimate form of art, mosaic influence will undoubtedly continue to be seen in new and exciting ways. One of the benefits of using mosaic influence in graffiti and street art is that it allows artists to create works that are both durable and visually stunning. By using small tiles or pieces of material, artists can create works that are less likely to be damaged by the elements or vandalism. This makes them a popular choice for public art installations, as they can withstand the wear and tear of being exposed to the elements. Mosaic influence in graffiti and street art also provides an opportunity for cultural exchange. Artists from all over the world are creating works that can be seen by people from all walks of life. This allows for a sharing of ideas and perspectives that can help to promote understanding and acceptance. Finally, mosaic influence in graffiti and street art can help to create a sense of community. These works of art are often created in public spaces, which means that they can be enjoyed by anyone who happens to be in the area. They can also serve as a way for people to come together and appreciate art, regardless of their background or socioeconomic status.
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