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  • You Sound Like A Broken Record Original Metal Screen Painting by House33

    House33 You Sound Like A Broken Record Original Metal Screen Painting by House33

    Purchase You Sound Like A Broken Record Screen Original One of a Kind Ink on Nylon Mesh & Aluminum Frame Painting Artwork by Legendary Street Graffiti Artist House33. YOU SOUND LIKE A BROKEN RECORD (Screen), 2021 Ink on nylon mesh & aluminum frame 68 × 52 in 172.7 × 132.1 cm HOUSE33: BAD INFLUENCES, an exhibition celebrating the artists who’ve influenced HOUSE33 through the medium of the silkscreen: a tool that turns everyday objects into inspiring accessible art. The exhibition features a series of one-off screen-printed canvases, large-scale skateboard decks, printed baltic birch panels, a series of utilized original silkscreens, and a limited edition exhibition screenprint.  HOUSE33, a deviation of the iconic design studio and font foundry House Industries, originated as a mutated design experiment between commercial and art, born from a conversation about album covers, Hot Rods, Chaos Theory, and Brothel Creepers between Andy Cruz founder of House Industries and British fashion designer Simon “Barnzley” Armitage of London streetwear myth and fame. That conversation led House Industries, Barnzley, and designer Jeremy Dean to collaboratively build HOUSE33 and its flagship store in Soho London in the early 2000s. What began as a muse for typographic and illustrative explorations, became a collaborative creative breeding ground for clothing, art, and lettering, rooted in the art of screen printing.


  • Multi Tags Series 8465 Original Graffiti Painting by Seen UA

    Seen UA Multi Tags Series 8465 Original Graffiti Painting by Seen UA

    Purchase Multi Tags Series 8465 Original Graffiti Painting by Seen UA One of a Kind Spray Paint & Acrylic Painting Artwork on Stretched Canvas. 2023 Signed on Back Original Multi Tags Series Acrylic & Spray Paint Painting Size 52x34 Original canvas from SEEN, Multi Tags Series, 2023, Actual painting size is 34" x 52" (86,3 x 132 cm) with an added 2" border (5 cm) around all four sides for stretching on wood. Stretched size is 30" x 48" (61 x 122 cm) // UN- stretched size is 34" x 52" (86,3 x 132 cm). Multi Tags Series 8465 is an original graffiti painting by legendary street artist Seen UA, whose real name is Richard "Richie" Mirando. A pivotal figure in the graffiti and street art movement, Seen UA rose to prominence in the 1970s and 1980s. Originally from the Bronx, New York, Seen UA began his artistic career by tagging subway trains and quickly gained recognition for his unique style and skillful lettering. In the Multi Tags Series, Seen UA showcases a variety of graffiti styles, techniques, and forms, creating a visually captivating composition. As the title suggests, the painting features multiple tags, which are a signature element of graffiti art. These tags often represent the artist's street name or the name of their crew. The work showcases Seen UA's distinct talent for incorporating bold, vibrant colors and intricate designs, blending them harmoniously in a dynamic and energetic composition. Through this piece, the artist continues to push the boundaries of graffiti art, demonstrating its legitimacy as a powerful form of artistic expression. Seen UA's artwork has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world, and his influence on the graffiti and street art scene is undeniable. Collectors and enthusiasts alike appreciate the cultural and historical significance of his works, as they represent the origins and development of this vibrant art movement.


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Graffiti street pop art, also known as street art, is an urban art form that incorporates a variety of artistic techniques and styles, including original paintings, drawings, and sculptures. This art form typically takes place in public spaces, on walls, sidewalks, and other surfaces, often without permission. Street artists use these mediums to express their creativity, address social and political issues, and engage with the public in unique ways. Original paintings: Original paintings in graffiti street pop art are created using various types of paint and spray paint. They often feature bold colors, strong lines, and iconic images or characters. These paintings are known for their striking visual impact and ability to draw attention to the message or concept being conveyed. Drawings: Drawings are another popular medium in street art, created using pencils, charcoal, markers, and other drawing tools. Artists often create detailed sketches and then transfer them to walls using a grid system or freehand techniques. Some artists choose to create simple black-and-white drawings, while others incorporate vibrant colors and intricate details. Sculpture: Sculpture in graffiti street pop art is a relatively rare but growing aspect of the genre. Artists use various materials such as wood, metal, plaster, and even found objects to create three-dimensional works of art. These sculptures can be standalone pieces or integrated into larger murals and installations. In some cases, artists may create temporary sculptures out of materials like ice or sand. Some well-known artists who have worked with original paintings, drawings, and sculptures in graffiti street pop art include: Banksy: Banksy is an anonymous English street artist known for his satirical and subversive stencil-based works, which often address political and social issues. He has also created sculptures, such as his famous "Girl with a Pierced Eardrum" piece. Shepard Fairey: Fairey is an American graphic artist and street artist known for his iconic "Obey Giant" series and the Barack Obama "Hope" poster. His work often combines elements of paintings and drawings to create striking images. Swoon: Swoon, a pseudonym for the American artist Caledonia Curry, is known for her intricate paper cutouts and wheatpaste installations. She also works with sculpture, creating immersive environments and installations that engage the public. Invader: Invader is a French street artist who creates pixelated, mosaic-style tile installations inspired by the retro video game Space Invaders. His works can be considered a form of sculptural street art. Graffiti street pop art continues to evolve as artists experiment with new techniques and mediums. As original paintings, drawings, and sculptures are increasingly integrated into street art, the genre becomes even more diverse and engaging.

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