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Purchase Blondie on Bowery Large Format Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY 3-Color Silkscreen Hand-Pulled Screen on 320gsm Coventry Rag Paper Mural Pop Street Artwork. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 199 Artwork Size 42x28.75 Shepard Fairey's "Blondie on Bowery" is a striking example of Street Pop Art, capturing the intersection of music and urban visual culture. This large-format silkscreen print is part of a limited edition series, with only 199 signed and numbered prints available. It is a rare collectible for art enthusiasts and fans of the punk rock era. The artwork measures 42 by 28.75 inches, allowing bold graphic qualities and intricate details to command attention and engage viewers. Crafted in 2021, the print pays homage to the iconic punk band Blondie and their connection to the legendary music venue CBGB in New York City. Fairey, known globally for his OBEY campaign and his iconic Barack Obama "Hope" poster, brings his distinctive style to this piece, merging graffiti artwork's aesthetic with pop art's polished finish. The work is screen-printed on 320gsm Coventry Rag Paper, a high-quality substrate that ensures the print's depth of color and durability. The paper's hand-deckled edges add to the bespoke nature of each print, emphasizing the hands-on, street-level ethos of Fairey's artistry. This particular piece reflects a historical moment, channeling the spirit of rebellion and innovation that defined the Bowery's music scene in the 1970s and 1980s. Fairey's choice of subject matter and his stylized portrayal of Debbie Harry, Blondie's frontwoman, underscore the lasting influence of the band and the punk movement. The inclusion of song titles like "Rapture" and "Atomic" in the print's design directly links to Blondie's legacy. At the same time, the motifs and typography are reminiscent of the era's concert posters and album covers. "Blondie on Bowery" was printed by Gary Lichtenstein Editions and published by WCC Editions. The collaborative nature of the piece, with its roots in street art and formal screen printing techniques, showcases Fairey's ability to navigate different artistic realms. Each print is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity, assuring its provenance and authenticity within the art market. The mural from which this print takes inspiration was created by Fairey in 2017, further cementing the relationship between his street-level murals and gallery-oriented prints. The transition from a public mural to a limited edition print allows the artwork to be appreciated in personal collections while retaining the raw, expressive quality of street art. Shepard Fairey's work, particularly "Blondie on Bowery," embodies street pop art's rebellious heart and soul, serving as a physical manifestation of the music, fashion, and attitudes that continue to influence contemporary culture.
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Purchase 1969 Super Sport Camaro 8-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Hand Deckled 290gsm Coventry Rag Paper by Lady Pink Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 1969 Super Sport Camaro, 2021 8-Color Screen Print on Coventry Rag 290gsm Paper Deckled Edge 24 x 26 in (61 x 64.7 cm) Edition of 100 Signed and numbered by LADY PINK BEYOND THE STREETS Embossed This piece was inspired by the scene on the Lower East Side, before it was cleaned up and gentrified. PINK would travel to Jenny Holzer’s, right off of Houston Street, and would be witness to all the colorful people who came out at night. "It wasn’t pleasant. It was full of hookers and drug addicts. It was the stuff you heard about but to see it was pretty shocking.” -Lady Pink
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Purchase Peoples Climate March- To Change Everything We Need Everyone Limited Edition 3-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Shepard Fairey Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. People’s Climate March – To Change Everything We Need Everyone Screen Print 18 x 24 inches Edition of 300 September 18, 2014. 'Most of you know that I am very concerned about the dangers of climate change. Dick Cheney said “if there is even a 1% chance of a terrorist attack, we must do everything in our power to be prepared”. 95% or more of the scientific community agrees that climate change is happening, and is a dramatic threat to the planet, yet far less is being done to fight climate change than to fight terrorism. It’s a good thing the streets of New York will be flooded soon — with hundreds of thousands of people demanding solutions to our out-of-control climate crisis. It’s both an honor and a calling of my conscience for me to contribute a poster to the People’s Climate March effort and get something urgent across about one of the biggest threats facing present and future generations. Lady Liberty and all of us are in trouble if we don’t push our leaders to take bold action.' -Shepard Fairey
Purchase Visions Victoire 16-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Hand Deckled Silkscreen Print on 335gsm Coventry Rag Paper by Faile Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. FAILE (b. 1975) Visions Victoire, 2017 Screenprint in colors on Coventry Rag paper 39 x 27-1/2 inches (99.1 x 69.9 cm) (sheet) Ed. 97/300 Signed in pencil along lower edge; numbered and dated in ink and pencil to reverse Published by the artist Visions Victoire is a 16 layer hand-pulled silkscreen print inspired by one of the more recent paintings. This print brings a softer palette and new composition to a rather striking image originally created during our collaboration with the New York City Ballet. Each print is signed, stamped and embossed in the studio on a thick Coventry Rag 335 gsm with deckled edges. This one is for all the women in your life who dance with dragons on a daily basis.
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