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  • Doraemon Exhibition Tokyo Archival Pigment Plate by Takashi Murakami TM/KK Doraemon Exhibition Tokyo Archival Pigment Plate by Takashi Murakami TM/KK

    Takashi Murakami TM/KK Doraemon Exhibition Tokyo Archival Pigment Plate by Takashi Murakami TM/KK

    Doraemon Exhibition Tokyo Plate Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Ceramic Plate Artwork by Famous Artist Takashi Murakami TM/KK. 2017 Limited Edition Size 9" Collectible Art Plate Takashi Murakami's Intersection of Traditional and Pop Culture Takashi Murakami, a renowned artist whose work has consistently blurred the lines between fine art and pop culture, created a piece for the Doraemon Exhibition in Tokyo that captures the essence of this fusion. The exhibition piece, a limited edition 9-inch ceramic plate, features Murakami's signature style, often incorporating brightly colored anime and manga characters into traditional artistic formats. Artistic Elements and Cultural Influence Murakami's work on the Doraemon Exhibition plate is an archival pigment print that brings street pop art's vibrancy to the ceramic medium. This artwork stands out for its amalgamation of characters from the popular Japanese series 'Doraemon' with Murakami's distinctive flower motifs and designs. The characters are set against a backdrop of many flowers, creating a complex, eye-catching pattern that represents Murakami's exploration of contemporary Japanese society and otaku culture within the context of historical artistic practices. Murakami's Unique Style and the Art World Murakami's approach often involves a dialogue between different cultural elements, combining traditional Japanese artistic techniques with the mass appeal of anime and manga. His method is rooted in the "Superflat" concept, which he coined to describe the cultural commentary embedded in his artworks. This style is evident in the Doraemon Exhibition plate, where the flattened pictorial plane and the juxtaposition of characters suggest a deeper narrative on the influence of pop culture in our lives. Pop Art, Street Art, and Their Confluence By incorporating elements of street pop art and graffiti artwork into his ceramic plate design, Murakami contributes to the ongoing conversation about the validity and importance of pop culture in the art world. He elevates the perception of animated characters by placing them within the context of 'high art,' challenging preconceived notions about the value and meaning of pop and street art. Collectibility and Murakami's Global Impact The Doraemon Exhibition plate is a piece of art and a collectible item that has garnered attention from art collectors and enthusiasts worldwide. Murakami's ability to traverse the line between art and commodity has made his works highly sought after, and pieces like the Doraemon plate continue to shape the landscape of contemporary art collecting. Through these collectibles, Murakami has left a significant mark on global art culture, influencing new generations of artists and collectors alike. This Doraemon Exhibition plate by Takashi Murakami is a testament to the transformative power of pop culture within the art world and its ability to create new dialogues and understandings across different mediums and cultural backgrounds.

    $500.00

  • Godzilla Silkscreen Print by Marie Bergeron

    Marie Bergeron Godzilla Silkscreen Print by Marie Bergeron

    Godzilla Limited Edition 2-Color Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Marie Bergeron counter-culture street artist art.

    $242.00

  • Storyteller AP Silkscreen Print by Raid71

    Raid71 Storyteller AP Silkscreen Print by Raid71

    Storyteller AP Silkscreen Print by Raid71 Artist Proof Hand-Pulled Screen Print on Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. AP Artist Proof 2023 Signed & AP Marked Original Run Limited Edition Artwork Size 18x24 The "Storyteller AP" silkscreen print by Raid71, the moniker of British artist Chris Thornley, is a rich, evocative tribute to the legendary Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki, a towering figure in the world of animation. This work, infused with a deep admiration for Miyazaki, emerges as a unique confluence of pop art, street art, and graffiti art, embodying elements that are quintessential to each of these genres, thereby capturing the essence of their dynamism. The print encapsulates the magical realism and intricate artistry characteristic of Miyazaki's films. By employing silkscreen printing, a popular method in the pop art movement famously used by artists like Andy Warhol, Raid71 is able to imbue the artwork with vivid colours and bold shapes, capturing the exuberant visual style typical of Miyazaki's fantastical worlds. Simultaneously, Raid71's print exhibits an aesthetic that is reminiscent of street art and graffiti. The organic forms and somewhat edgy, wild feel of the design mirrors the raw energy found in street murals or urban spray-can masterpieces. A hint of subversiveness is introduced, much like street art and graffiti often serve as counter-culture expressions or socio-political commentary. The "Storyteller AP" by Raid71 is thus not just an homage to Miyazaki, but also a celebration of these artistic genres. It mirrors the world-building capabilities of pop art, the raw energy of street art, and the disruptive potency of graffiti, all while maintaining a unique identity. This intertwining of styles generates a captivating visual narrative, positioning Raid71 as a modern-day storyteller, translating the magic of Miyazaki's oeuvre into a new medium.

    $220.00

  • VOLTEQ 20 Inch Dunny Art Toy by Quiccs VOLTEQ 20 Inch Dunny Art Toy by Quiccs

    Quiccs VOLTEQ 20 Inch Dunny Art Toy by Quiccs

    VOLTEQ 20 Inch Limited Edition Dunny Kidrobot Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti Quiccs. 2022 Voltron Themed TEQ63 Dunny Standing 20 Inches Tall, Limited Edition of 500. Kidrobot has once again teamed up with artist Quiccs to bring to life the fusion of TEQ and Dunny in an epic creation. Introducing the VOLTEQ Dunny 20” Vinyl Art Figure by Philippines-based illustrator, toy designer, and graffiti artist Quiccs. This giant 20” Dunny is a mecha-inspired statement piece based on the artist’s TEQ63 character, a post-apocalyptic hero living in a dystopian society.

    $771.00

  • Storyteller Variant AP Silkscreen Print by Raid71

    Raid71 Storyteller Variant AP Silkscreen Print by Raid71

    Storyteller Variant AP Silkscreen Print by Raid71 Artist Proof Hand-Pulled Screen Print on Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. AP Artist Proof 2023 Signed & AP Marked Original Run Limited Edition Artwork Size 18x24 The "Storyteller AP" silkscreen print by Raid71, the moniker of British artist Chris Thornley, is a rich, evocative tribute to the legendary Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki, a towering figure in the world of animation. This work, infused with a deep admiration for Miyazaki, emerges as a unique confluence of pop art, street art, and graffiti art, embodying elements that are quintessential to each of these genres, thereby capturing the essence of their dynamism. The print encapsulates the magical realism and intricate artistry characteristic of Miyazaki's films. By employing silkscreen printing, a popular method in the pop art movement famously used by artists like Andy Warhol, Raid71 is able to imbue the artwork with vivid colours and bold shapes, capturing the exuberant visual style typical of Miyazaki's fantastical worlds. Simultaneously, Raid71's print exhibits an aesthetic that is reminiscent of street art and graffiti. The organic forms and somewhat edgy, wild feel of the design mirrors the raw energy found in street murals or urban spray-can masterpieces. A hint of subversiveness is introduced, much like street art and graffiti often serve as counter-culture expressions or socio-political commentary. The "Storyteller AP" by Raid71 is thus not just an homage to Miyazaki, but also a celebration of these artistic genres. It mirrors the world-building capabilities of pop art, the raw energy of street art, and the disruptive potency of graffiti, all while maintaining a unique identity. This intertwining of styles generates a captivating visual narrative, positioning Raid71 as a modern-day storyteller, translating the magic of Miyazaki's oeuvre into a new medium.

    $306.00

  • Astro Boy LA Black 6" Art Toy by OG Slick Astro Boy LA Black 6" Art Toy by OG Slick

    OG Slick Astro Boy LA Black 6" Art Toy by OG Slick

    Astro Boy LA Black 6" Art Toy by OG Slick Limited Edition Vinyl Sculpture Collectible Artwork by Pop Street Artist. 2023 Limited Edition Artwork Size 6x5 New In Box Printed Astro Boy, the iconic character from Japanese manga and television, has been reimagined by OG Slick, a prominent figure in the street and pop art scenes. The result is the Astro Boy LA Black 6" Art Toy, a vinyl sculpture that captures the essence of contemporary collectible art. This limited-edition piece for 2023 embodies a cultural crossover; it melds the nostalgia of the classic character with the edgy aesthetics of modern street art, presenting a striking piece for collectors and enthusiasts. At 6x5 inches, this art toy, given new in its box, epitomizes the aesthetic of OG Slick, whose work has been recognized for its urban flair and commentary on pop culture. The monochromatic palette renders the figure in stark black, which not only gives it a sleek, modern look but also signifies a departure from the character's traditional representation. This stylistic choice could be interpreted as a reflection on the character's enduring legacy while also offering a canvas for the projection of the viewer's thoughts and interpretations. The appeal of such collectibles lies in their ability to bridge the gap between art and merchandise, elevating what might otherwise be considered a toy to the status of art. The Astro Boy LA Black Art Toy is not simply a nostalgic keepsake but also a statement piece that taps into the vein of pop culture. It stands at the intersection of multiple artistic movements, from the vintage charm of its original anime roots to the disruptive, bold lines of street art. OG Slick's creation is a testament to the evolving nature of art in the public domain. It acknowledges the ever-growing community of art toy collectors and enthusiasts, offering a piece that is accessible and exclusive due to its limited edition status. As such, the piece is a physical representation of the fusion between past and present, encapsulating the transformative power of street and pop art in redefining familiar icons. It speaks to a broad audience, from those fond of Astro Boy's history to those who appreciate the aesthetic and cultural significance of street-inspired art forms. User

    $327.00

  • Astro Boy LA OG 6" Art Toy by OG Slick Astro Boy LA OG 6" Art Toy by OG Slick

    OG Slick Astro Boy LA OG 6" Art Toy by OG Slick

    Astro Boy LA OG 6" Art Toy by OG Slick Limited Edition Vinyl Sculpture Collectible Artwork by Pop Street Artist. 2023 Limited Edition Artwork Size 6x5 New In Box Printed Astro Boy, a character that has charmed generations since his creation by Osamu Tezuka, has been re-envisioned through the lens of OG Slick, a renowned artist in the pop and street art community. The Astro Boy LA OG 6" Art Toy emerges as a vinyl sculpture, showcasing a unique blend of classical anime elements with the raw, expressive energy of street art. This 2023 limited edition piece, sized at 6x5 inches and offered new in the box, stands as a vibrant collectible that commands attention. OG Slick's rendition preserves the innocence and iconic features of the beloved character while infusing it with a vitality that resonates with contemporary art movements. The vibrant colors and the smooth lines echo the character's traditional imagery. Still, they are amplified by a style borrowed from the graffiti art tradition, often employing bold hues and dynamic figures to capture the viewer's eye. The piece's stature as a collectible artwork is further solidified by its status as a limited edition, making it a sought-after item for both art collectors and enthusiasts of Astro Boy. By transforming a well-known figure from Japanese anime into a stylized art toy, OG Slick provides a tangible connection between the subtleties of pop culture and the more outspoken realm of street art. The piece serves not only as a tribute to the enduring appeal of Astro Boy but also as an illustration of how street art can offer a new perspective on familiar forms, imbuing them with new life and meaning. It celebrates pop art's power to take what is universally recognizable and reframe it in a way that challenges and delights contemporary audiences. Astro Boy LA OG is more than a mere representation; it is a dialogue between past and present, a visual conversation where nostalgia is reimagined through modern artistic expression. OG Slick has created artwork that honors the legacy of Astro Boy while standing firmly within the innovative and often disruptive spirit of street art. This piece is a testament to the artist's ability to harness the essence of cultural icons and re-present them within the energetic and often transient world of street art, where each piece serves as a landmark in the ever-evolving pop culture landscape.

    $327.00

  • Sons of Anarchy AP Silkscreen Print by Raid71

    Raid71 Sons of Anarchy AP Silkscreen Print by Raid71

    Sons of Anarchy 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Raid71 Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. AP Artist Proof "Sons of Anarchy" Artwork by Chris Thornley (Raid71) Movie: Ghost Rider, Tron, Akira, Batman and Terminator

    $343.00

  • Pikachu Pokemon Archival Print by Adam Lister

    Adam Lister Pikachu Pokemon Archival Print by Adam Lister

    Pikachu Pokémon Archival Print by Adam Lister Limited Edition on 300gsm Hot Press Matte Fine Art Paper Pop Graffiti Street Artist Modern Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered Print Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 8x6 Archival Pigment Fine Art Pikachu Pokémon Dancing Happy in Glitch Style. The Pixelated Charm of Pikachu: Adam Lister's Fusion of Art and Pop Culture Adam Lister's foray into the world of pop culture art is a vibrant intersection where nostalgia meets a modernist aesthetic. His Pikachu Pokémon archival print is a testament to this unique blend, a limited edition piece that marries the playful spirit of Pokémon with the edginess of street pop art and graffiti artwork. This 2023 signed and numbered print is a collector's delight, limited to a mere 50 pieces, each one an embodiment of both rarity and the wide-reaching embrace of street art sensibilities. Lister's work is characterized by its glitch-like, pixelated style, a visual technique that harkens back to the early days of digital graphics. The image of Pikachu, Pokémon's most recognizable figure, is deconstructed into geometric shapes and forms, creating an artwork that is at once familiar and refreshingly novel. The choice of the 300gsm Hot Press Matte Fine Art Paper for the print ensures that each color and shape is rendered with clarity and precision, much like the meticulous detail found in fine graffiti artwork. Pop Graffiti Artistry: Adam Lister's Signature Style In the world of street pop art and graffiti, the approach to subject matter can be as significant as the artwork itself. Adam Lister takes the globally beloved character of Pikachu and reimagines it through a lens that is distinctly reminiscent of 8-bit video game art. The result is a playful yet sophisticated piece that resonates with a wide audience, bridging the gap between the world of street art, typically found on urban landscapes, and the domesticated space of personal art collections. The limited edition nature of Lister's Pikachu print adds an element of exclusivity that is often sought after in the graffiti art community. The print's size, a modest 6x8, speaks to the intimacy of the piece — it is meant to be viewed up close, where the viewer can appreciate the intricacies of Lister's geometric dissections. This careful attention to form and structure is a nod to the precision and skill found in the most revered graffiti artwork, where every line and color is intentional and full of meaning. Adam Lister: A Modern Art Maestro's Dance with Pokémon Adam Lister, hailing from the United States, has positioned himself as a modern maestro of pop graffiti artwork. His archival pigment fine art pieces like the Pikachu Pokémon print are vibrant explorations of pop culture icons through the medium of watercolor-like pixelation. The artwork, described as 'dancing happy in glitch style,' captures the essence of Pikachu's playful nature, while also providing commentary on the digitization of culture and the pixel as a fundamental unit of digital art. Lister's work is a celebration of the digital age, and yet it is deeply rooted in the physicality of street pop art. The archival quality of the print ensures that, unlike street art which may fade or be painted over, this piece will endure as a lasting tribute to both the character of Pikachu and the enduring impact of Pokémon on multiple generations. Adam Lister's Pikachu print is a microcosm of the broader dialogue between popular culture and art. It is a reflection of how street pop art and graffiti can transcend their urban origins and find new expressions and audiences. Lister's unique vision and artistry ensure that this limited edition piece will be treasured not only as a work of art but also as a piece of cultural history, encapsulating the joyous spirit of one of the world's most beloved Pokémon.

    $300.00

  • Mona Lisa Discovering Fools Paradise Art Toy Sculpture by Straveling Muzeum Mona Lisa Discovering Fools Paradise Art Toy Sculpture by Straveling Muzeum

    Straveling Muzeum Mona Lisa Discovering Fools Paradise Art Toy Sculpture by Straveling Muzeum

    Mona Lisa- Discovering Fools Paradise Limited Run Vinyl & PVC Sculpture Artwork by Modern Pop Art Artist Straveling Muzeum. 2022 17.24 ZCWO and Straveling Muzeum embark on a new project in collaboration with Fools Paradise, to create a unique Mona Lisa like you’ve never seen before! Showcasing a Fools Paradise creative design style, this project humanizes Mona Lisa's iconic image and integrates a splicing mechanical feature to the design that cuts the outer shape of the helmet into 12 distinct layers, adding that feel of technology to this classic piece of art. Featured In the helmet, the cartoon image of Mona Lisa from ZCWO's previous blind box work echoes. The combination of real and cartoon characters is interesting in this collaboration style. The product is a blend of the never fading, classical art & fashion elements, showcasing the Mona Lisa’s history, and charm. The striking piece recalls Fools Paradise’s Super Recall art toy which of course was inspired by Total Recall’s stunning scene and concept.

    $946.00

  • Astro Boy Archival Print by Adam Lister

    Adam Lister Astro Boy Archival Print by Adam Lister

    Astro Boy Archival Print by Adam Lister Limited Edition on 300gsm Hot Press Matte Fine Art Paper Pop Graffiti Street Art Artist Modern Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered Print Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 8.5x8.5 Archival Pigment Fine Art Anime Super Hero Character Astro Boy Flying Through The Air in Glitch Style This captivating piece of modern artwork, an Astro Boy Archival Print by Adam Lister, showcases the power and dynamism of street art and pop art combined. As an artistic rendering of a renowned cultural icon, it marks an important milestone in the popular and ever-evolving culture of modern art. Released in 2023, this limited edition piece, signed and numbered by the artist himself, has been made available in a scarce quantity of just fifty prints, thereby making it a sought-after collector's item for art enthusiasts worldwide. Rendered on a 300gsm Hot Press Matte Fine Art Paper, this artwork stands out for its distinctive quality and durability. The choice of material is an essential aspect of this work, underscoring the fusion of traditional and contemporary art techniques. The 8.5x8.5 size of the print adds to its uniqueness, allowing for its placement in a variety of settings, both domestic and professional. The medium, in combination with the artwork's dimensions, forms a delicate balance that merges accessibility with sophistication. Lister's illustration of Astro Boy, a well-loved anime superhero character, is central to the charm of this archival print. Yet, this is not just any representation of the famous character. The depiction of Astro Boy soaring through the air is portrayed in an innovative glitch style, a nod towards digital art aesthetics that are currently shaping the contemporary art landscape. This stylistic choice speaks to the impact of technology on art and its interpretation, thereby ensuring the artwork's resonance with a 21st-century audience. The extraordinary fusion of pop art, graffiti, and street art within the piece is another noteworthy feature. These art forms, originally seen as subversive and countercultural, have dramatically transformed the face of the global art scene. Adam Lister's work in this area has particularly stood out, with his unique ability to synthesize different styles and genres to create harmonious, thought-provoking compositions. His Astro Boy archival print acts as a testament to this ability, pushing the boundaries of these art forms and challenging the viewer's perceptions. Furthermore, Lister's use of the archival pigment technique underscores his commitment to preserving the integrity of his artwork. This method ensures that the print retains its vibrancy and detail for an extended period, making it a long-lasting and valuable addition to any art collection. The high-quality pigments, combined with the superb craftsmanship, create a vibrant palette that brings Astro Boy to life, capturing the spirit of the character while rendering it through the prism of contemporary art. In summary, Adam Lister's Astro Boy Archival Print is a striking piece that encapsulates the dynamism and energy of pop culture, while paying homage to the influential genres of street art and graffiti. By portraying the beloved Astro Boy character in a new light, Lister successfully pushes the boundaries of these art forms and invites viewers to engage with familiar icons in fresh, exciting ways. With its limited availability and unique blend of styles, this piece serves as a remarkable testament to the ongoing evolution of modern art.

    $319.00

  • Timeless Hello Kitty Giclee Print by Joe Ledbetter

    Joe Ledbetter Timeless Hello Kitty Giclee Print by Joe Ledbetter

    Timeless Hello Kitty Pop Street Artwork Limited Edition Giclee Print on Somerset Velvet Paper by Modern Artist Joe Ledbetter. 2014 LA Hello Kitty Con exclusive print. 16" x 20" Giclee print on Somerset Velvet paper. Signed, numbered, and watermarked de-bossed for authenticity. Limited edition of 75.

    $250.00

  • Lil Nekobasu Archival Print by Casey Weldon

    Casey Weldon Lil Nekobasu Archival Print by Casey Weldon

    Lil Nekobasu Archival Pigment Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Artist Casey Weldon Artwork. 2017 Numbered Limited Edition of 150 Artwork Size 14x14

    $153.00

  • Bath House by Tim Doyle

    Tim Doyle Bath House by Tim Doyle

    Bath House Silkscreen by Tim Doyle Hand-Pulled 8-Color Screen Print on Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. 2015 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 150 Artwork Size 18x24 Spirited Away Anime Movie Tribute, 4th Unreal Estate show

    $253.00

  • The Gang Is Here Charlie Akira Giclee Print by Raid71

    Raid71 The Gang Is Here Charlie Akira Giclee Print by Raid71

    The Gang Is Here Charlie- Akira Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Artist Raid71. 2022 Signed Limited Edition of 210 Artwork Size 5x5 Print

    $129.00

  • Doraemon Archival Print by Adam Lister

    Adam Lister Doraemon Archival Print by Adam Lister

    Doraemon Archival Print by Adam Lister Limited Edition on 300gsm Hot Press Matte Fine Art Paper Pop Graffiti Street Art Artist Modern Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered Print Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 8.5x8.5 Archival Pigment Fine Art Anime Cat Character Doraemon Smiling and Waving in Glitch Style Doraemon, the beloved anime cat character, has long been a symbol of childhood nostalgia and technological fantasy. This transcendent charm has captured the heart of American artist Adam Lister, who has given the classic Japanese icon a fresh and contemporary reinterpretation. In his limited edition archival print, Lister depicts Doraemon in an arresting glitch style, elevating this familiar character to a fresh realm of modern artwork. Embodying his distinctive style that melds the techniques of pop art, street art, and graffiti art, Lister's depiction of Doraemon is a unique combination of digital fragmentation and geometric abstraction. In this work, the artist converges the formal precision of geometric abstraction with the playful irreverence of pop art. By drawing upon the aesthetics of 8-bit graphics and Cubist fragmentation, Lister transforms the universally recognized image of Doraemon into a composition of pixellated blocks and sharp angles. Lister's rendering of Doraemon's distinctive blue form and signature accessories is vibrantly reproduced on a 300gsm Hot Press Matte Fine Art Paper, chosen for its ability to capture the high-resolution detail and rich color saturation of the artist's original creation. The image of Doraemon waving and smiling in his glitch style is an invitation to revisit the character in a new light, and is a testament to Lister's skill in translating cultural icons into complex graphic forms. The 2023 signed and numbered print, limited to a run of just 50 copies, demonstrates Lister's commitment to authenticity and exclusivity. With a print size of 8.5x8.5, this archival pigment fine art has an intimate scale that contrasts with the monumental cultural significance of its subject. Each print is individually numbered and signed by Lister, ensuring its status as a collectible work of art. While the work maintains a modern aesthetic, it is steeped in the history of both Eastern and Western art traditions. Doraemon, a figure that has been imprinted on the global consciousness through television and manga, is presented here through a visual language that pays homage to graffiti, pop, and digital art. It's in this juxtaposition that the brilliance of Lister’s work shines, redefining cultural symbols through a new lens of perception. Adam Lister's Doraemon Archival Print is more than just a work of art - it's a cross-cultural dialogue, a bridge between traditional and digital, a convergence of pop culture, street art, and fine art. It is an emblem of the artist's continuous exploration of the nexus between culture, art, and technology, and an exemplar of how contemporary art can play with and redefine universally recognized imagery. This artwork is a unique testament to Lister's remarkable ability to reinvent and reinterpret cultural iconography, making it a captivating piece for both serious collectors and fans of innovative art.

    $319.00

  • The Spirit Realm Archival Print by Super A

    Super A The Spirit Realm Archival Print by Super A

    The Spirit Realm Archival Print by Super A Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 300gsm Archival Cotton Rag Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. 2022 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 90 Artwork Size 18x24 Hand Deckled

    $356.00

  • Akira Syringe Ceramic Plate Tray Art Object by Supreme Akira Syringe Ceramic Plate Tray Art Object by Supreme

    Supreme Akira Syringe Ceramic Plate Tray Art Object by Supreme

    Akira Syringe Ceramic Plate Tray Art Object by Supreme Limited Edition Collectors Dish Artwork. 2017 Stamped Limited Edition Supreme Ceramic Tray Plate Artwork Size 11.25x4.25 Collectible Art Object. Supreme AKIRA Syringe Ceramic Tray: A Cult Classic Revived in Porcelain The Supreme AKIRA Syringe Ceramic Tray stands as a cultural artifact that weaves together the rawness of street pop art with the meticulous detail of manga illustrations. Released as a highly anticipated part of the Fall/Winter 2017 collection, this limited-edition tray encapsulates the edgy essence of the Supreme brand while paying homage to the trailblazing Japanese manga AKIRA. Crafted with precision, the white ceramic tray is a testament to the enduring influence of the manga series and the ingenious adaptability of Supreme's streetwear aesthetic. The tray, measuring 11.25 inches by 4.25 inches, is a canvas that brings the stark black-and-white world of AKIRA's neo-Tokyo into the tangible realm. It features an intense scene directly lifted from the pages of the manga, depicting the characters Kaneda and Tetsuo in a moment fraught with tension, where Tetsuo is administered an injection. This scene is a pivotal point in the AKIRA series and a snapshot of the intricate and action-packed storytelling that has captivated fans for decades. Ceramic Artistry Meets Iconic Graphic Storytelling The synergy of Supreme's branding and AKIRA's graphic artwork on the Supreme AKIRA Syringe Ceramic Tray is a striking example of how street pop art can merge with other media to create something new yet familiar. Supreme's subtle insertion of its name onto the syringe in the artwork exhibits a clever interplay between brand identity and narrative imagery. This detail, while minor, is a deliberate nod to the collaborative nature of the piece and signifies a merging of worlds that both Supreme and AKIRA fans can appreciate. Beneath the tray lies the iconic Supreme box logo, a signature that asserts the item's authenticity and ties it back to the lineage of Supreme's previous collectible items. This emblem, juxtaposed with the manga artwork, bridges the cultural zeitgeist of modern streetwear with the classic artistry of Japanese manga. The logo's presence is a pledge of quality and a symbol that resonates with collectors who understand the worth of limited-edition street pop art. Impact and Collectibility of the Supreme AKIRA Syringe Tray The Supreme AKIRA Syringe Ceramic Tray is more than a mere decorative piece; it's a slice of pop culture history molded from ceramic. The decision to immortalize this particular manga scene in the form of a high-quality tray demonstrates a nuanced understanding of the collector's mindset—it is not merely the object of value but the convergence of art, narrative, and brand that makes it a treasure. As a collectible, the tray commands attention, serving as a focal point that ignites conversations about street pop art, its intersections with other forms of media, and the very nature of contemporary collectibles. In street pop art and graffiti artwork, objects like the Supreme AKIRA Syringe Ceramic Tray underscore the potential of everyday items to serve as canvases for storytelling and artistry. The striking depiction of Kaneda and Tetsuo is a visual narrative frozen in porcelain, lending the tray a dynamism often associated with street art's immediacy and graffiti's transgressive vibrancy. Yet, the ceramic medium's permanence and the AKIRA storyline's timeless allure elevate this tray beyond the brief, cementing its status as a coveted piece of art. A Fusion of Art Forms for the Contemporary Collector Collectors and fans of manga and streetwear find an object that encapsulates the essence of both worlds in the Supreme AKIRA Syringe Ceramic Tray. The harmonious fusion of Supreme's street-savvy branding with AKIRA's arresting visuals positions this tray as an emblematic piece within the collector's milieu. As a functional item, it stands ready to serve; as an artwork, it demands to be contemplated. The Supreme AKIRA Syringe Ceramic Tray is a testament to the power of collaboration between brands and artists and a mirror reflecting the state of street pop art and graffiti artwork today—an ever-evolving, always surprising, and unapologetically bold field.

    $250.00

  • We're Gonna Need a Bigger Bus Giclee Print by Graham Curran

    Graham Curran We're Gonna Need a Bigger Bus Giclee Print by Graham Curran

    Mad World Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Archival Smooth Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Graham Curran. "We're Gonna Need a Bigger Bus" Print Inspired by My Neighbor Totoro & Jaws 12 x 12 inches Printed on certified archival, Smooth Fine Art Paper hand-signed and numbered by the artist Regular Edition of 30

    $153.00

  • Not Easy Being Green Giclee Print by Chet Phillips

    Chet Phillips Not Easy Being Green Giclee Print by Chet Phillips

    Not Easy Being Green Limited Edition Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper by Chet Phillips counter-culture street artist art. Godzilla x Kermit

    $99.00

  • A Girl Dressed As Rikku Silkscreen Print by Ian Francis

    Ian Francis A Girl Dressed As Rikku Silkscreen Print by Ian Francis

    A Girl Dressed As Rikku Limited Edition 3-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on 100% Cotton Rag Archival Paper by Ian Francis Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Ian Francis - A Girl Dressed as Rikku, 2009 BLK/MRKT Editions 3-color screenprint on 100% cotton rag Edition: 100 Size: 18 x 24 inches signed/numbered/stamped. Based on the Final Fantasy video game character.

    $373.00

  • Akira Pill Ceramic Plate Art Object by Supreme Akira Pill Ceramic Plate Art Object by Supreme

    Supreme Akira Pill Ceramic Plate Art Object by Supreme

    Akira Pill Ceramic Plate Art Object by Supreme Limited Edition Collectors Dish Artwork. 2017 Stamped Limited Edition Supreme Ceramic Plate Artwork Size 10x10 Collectible Art Object. Unveiling the Supreme AKIRA Pill Ceramic Plate: A Convergence of Street Pop Art and Collectible Design The Supreme AKIRA Pill Ceramic Plate is a distinctive artifact within the collectible design and street pop art spheres. Launched as part of the Fall/Winter 2017 collection, this limited edition piece exemplifies the harmonious blend of utilitarian objects and art pieces. The collaboration between Supreme and the AKIRA manga series transcends mere commercial intent, evolving into a collector's item that celebrates the aesthetics of both street culture and Japanese graphic art. The Supreme AKIRA Pill Ceramic Plate, sized at 10x10 inches, is more than just a dish; it's a canvas that showcases the thrilling intersection of Supreme's bold sensibilities and AKIRA's striking manga artwork. Crafted from high-grade ceramic, the plate promises durability and an enduring visual appeal, making it suitable for functional and display purposes. The artwork, featuring a character mid-action as they consume a pill, is rendered in a stark black-and-white palette, bringing the dynamism and raw energy of the original manga panels to a static object. Accompanying the image is the phrase "THEY'RE JUST LIKE CANDY!" which adds a layer of narrative and intrigue to the piece. In this unique art object, the collaboration's spirit is palpable. The featured artwork captures the essence of the AKIRA series, while the incorporation of Supreme's logo recontextualizes the image within high-end street fashion. The choice to modify the Supreme logo and place it on the pill within the artwork speaks to the brand's knack for seamlessly integrating popular culture references within its products. This technique endears the piece not only to fans of the manga but also to followers of the Supreme brand, whose identity is cleverly woven into the narrative of the artwork. The underside of the plate is as much a part of the art as the top, displaying the classic Supreme Box logo in its original, vivid colors. This touch is a signature move by the brand, a nod to its roots in the skateboarding and streetwear scenes, and serves as a certificate of authenticity for collectors. The Supreme AKIRA Pill Ceramic Plate is Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork The Supreme AKIRA Pill Ceramic Plate is a testament to the evolving landscape of street pop art and graffiti artwork. It encapsulates what it means to be a piece of art in the modern age – functional yet provocative and steeped in the subculture. This plate isn't just merchandise; it's a slice of the street art narrative captured in glazed ceramic. The plate's design reflects the shared backgrounds of street art and graffiti – spontaneous, bold, and often provocative. Yet, it is refined through the lens of pop art, which takes the everyday object and elevates it to something extraordinary. The collaboration is symbolic of how street pop art often blurs the lines between commercial and high art, inviting discourse on the value and significance of art in everyday objects. As a piece of art, the Supreme AKIRA Pill Ceramic Plate carries the legacy of its manga inspiration into new territories. It's a physical representation of the cultural impact of the AKIRA series on the world of graphic novels and the broader canvas of pop culture. For Supreme, this plate adds to its repertoire of items that are at once contemporary and timeless, pieces that resonate with the cultural zeitgeist while retaining a sense of exclusivity and collectibility. In street pop art and graffiti artwork, objects like the Supreme AKIRA Pill Ceramic Plate challenge traditional notions of what art can be. They bring the vibrancy and edginess of street art into homes, merging with the functional aspects of everyday objects. This plate is not just a practical dish; it's a conversation starter, a piece of cultural commentary, and a collectible artwork all rolled into one, capturing street pop art's innovative and transformative spirit.

    $250.00

  • Mighty Vibras Offset Lithograph Print on Wood by J Balvin x Matt Gondek

    Matt Gondek Mighty Vibras Offset Lithograph Print on Wood by J Balvin x Matt Gondek

    Mighty Vibras Offset Lithograph Print on Wood Panel by J Balvin x Matt Gondek with Tote Bag Limited Edition Graffiti Street Pop Artwork. 2018 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 300 Artwork Size 14x23 Tattooed Up Astro Boy with Chanel Glasses. Bag Has Minor Spot Staining in Upper Area. Artwork Perfect to Near Perfect. J Balvin x Matt Gondek Cultural Synthesis in Street Pop Art The "Mighty Vibras" offset lithograph print on a wood panel is a dynamic fusion of music, street culture, and contemporary art. A collaborative piece by Colombian reggaeton superstar J Balvin and Los Angeles-based artist Matt Gondek, this artwork captures the essence of Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork. Released in 2018, the limited edition of 300 signed and numbered pieces reflects the global influence of urban art forms and the increasingly porous boundaries between art, music, and fashion. The "Mighty Vibras" piece vividly portrays a tattooed-up Astro Boy, complete with Chanel glasses, a symbol of luxury infused with urban grit. This character, an icon of Japanese manga, is reimagined through the lens of street culture and high fashion, signifying the interconnected nature of global pop culture. Gondek's deconstructive style, known for taking apart characters and piecing them back together, is evident in the artwork's fragmented features, which are visually arresting and thematically resonant. J Balvin's influence on the piece brings a cross-cultural element that is palpable in the artwork's bold colors and the inclusion of the word "Familia" tattooed across the character's chest, a nod to the themes of kinship and belonging that pervade Balvin's music. The size of the artwork, at 14x23 inches, makes it a statement piece that stands out in any setting, from a casual living room to a high-end gallery. Intersection of Art and Merchandise Accompanying the print is a tote bag featuring the same design, highlighting the growing trend of art becoming wearable and usable in daily life. This approach to art merchandise expands the artwork's reach beyond the traditional confines of the art world, allowing it to become a part of the consumer's everyday experience. The tote bag is a mobile canvas, spreading the visual impact of the "Mighty Vibras" artwork to a broader audience. The synthesis of J Balvin's musical heritage and Matt Gondek's artistry in "Mighty Vibras" exemplifies the potential of collaboration across different creative industries. It also illustrates the power of street art to transcend its origins, infiltrating mainstream culture and fashion and becoming an emblem of contemporary lifestyle. "Mighty Vibras" is more than just an artwork; it is a cultural artifact that encapsulates the spirit of the times. It stands as a testament to the creative synergy between J Balvin and Matt Gondek, blending street art's raw energy with pop culture's gloss and, in doing so, creating a new visual language that speaks to a diverse, global audience. The limited edition nature of the piece, along with its associated merchandise, cements its status as a collectible item that holds both artistic and cultural value.

    $1,129.00

  • Godzilla Posse #7 Red- Small - Sprayed Paint Art Collection

    Patrick Connan Godzilla Posse #7 Red Small Silkscreen Print by Patrick Connan

    Godzilla Posse #7 Red- Small 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Patrick Connan Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 11.5x16.75 Smaller Press Print Type Red Version

    $99.00

  • Gojira Original Mixed Media Watercolor Painting by Aelhra

    Aelhra Gojira Original Mixed Media Watercolor Painting by Aelhra

    Gojira Original Painting Spray Paint Watercolor Mixed Media on Art Paper by Aelhra Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2014 Signed Original Mixed Media Spray Paint Watercolor Artwork Size 15x22

    $489.00

Movie Graffiti Street Pop Artwork

Movies in Street Pop Art and Graffiti

Movies can be a great source of inspiration for graffiti street art. Films often feature iconic characters, settings, and images that can be recreated on walls and other urban surfaces using graffiti techniques. Some examples of movies that have been the subject of graffiti street art include Star Wars: The Star Wars franchise, which is a popular choice for graffiti artists. Characters such as Darth Vader, Yoda, and Stormtroopers are frequently depicted in graffiti art. The Godfather: The Godfather is another movie that has inspired graffiti artists—the iconic image of Marlon Brando as Vito Corleone has been recreated in graffiti art. The Avengers: The Marvel Cinematic Universe has become a massive cultural phenomenon, and graffiti artists have taken notice. Characters such as Iron Man, Captain America, and the Hulk have all been depicted in graffiti street art. Pulp Fiction: Quentin Tarantino's films are known for their distinctive style, and Pulp Fiction is no exception. The iconic image of John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson pointing guns at each other has been recreated in graffiti street art. The Shawshank Redemption: The famous scene from The Shawshank Redemption in which Andy Dufresne crawls through a sewage tunnel has been depicted in graffiti street art. These are just a few examples of the many movies that have inspired graffiti street art. Graffiti artists often use movies to communicate their ideas and express their creativity publicly. 

Cinematic Influence on Street Pop Art and Graffiti

The intersection of movies and street pop art, along with graffiti artwork, is an exhilarating nexus that showcases the profound impact of cinema on visual culture. With its vast narrative power and iconic imagery, the film has long been a rich source of inspiration for artists operating in urban landscapes. The influence of movies can be seen in the vibrant murals that decorate city walls, the intricate stencils that appear overnight on public surfaces, and the bold tags that claim spaces with references to cinematic history. Movies serve as a universal language that resonates across diverse populations, and street pop art has harnessed this communicative power to engage with audiences on a grand scale. Artists have often used iconic characters, famous movie scenes, and well-known film quotes within their work, creating a dialogue that is both familiar and fresh. This convergence of film and street art forms a visual shorthand that speaks volumes, conveying complex themes through the marriage of these two dynamic mediums. Street artists often channel the same creative energy and storytelling prowess filmmakers use, translating it into art that can be experienced as one moves through the urban environment. The relationship between these two art forms is symbiotic; street art can amplify the themes and aesthetics of cinema, while movies can provide street art with a narrative depth and a richness of visual language that is instantly recognizable. In essence, the homage to movies in street pop art and graffiti celebrates the storytelling tradition. Through their work, artists comment on society, politics, and culture, using the imagery of films to anchor their messages in a shared cultural consciousness. This art becomes a part of the urban fabric, as integral to the cityscape as the theaters and billboards that first introduced those films to the public eye.
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