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12 artworks


  • Quiet Water Beach Original Watercolor by P Bernstein

    Other Artists Quiet Water Beach Original Watercolor by P Bernstein

    Quiet Water Beach Original Painting Watercolor on Fine Art Paper by P Bernstein art.

    $95.00

  • Deer Glade Silkscreen Print by Little Showcase

    Other Artists Deer Glade Silkscreen Print by Little Showcase

    Deer Glade Limited Edition 1-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Little Showcase Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art.

    $95.00

  • Bird Nine Woodcut Print by Victoria S

    Other Artists Bird Nine Woodcut Print by Victoria S

    Bird Nine Limited Edition 2-Color Hand Woodcut Print on Fine Art Tissue Paper by Victoria S Morris Retro Modern Artist Art. Tape marks on upper margin, ink mark in the upper left margin, clean image.

    $95.00

  • Pizza Time! Giclee Print by Iam8bit

    Other Artists Pizza Time! Giclee Print by Iam8bit

    Pizza Time! Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Iam8bit.

    $95.00

  • The Doctors House Giclee Print by Marci Washington

    Marci Washington The Doctors House Giclee Print by Marci Washington

    The Doctor's House Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Marci Washington.

    $95.00

  • Spirit I Poster by John Parrish

    Other Artists Spirit I Poster by John Parrish

    Spirit I- Poster Event Artwork Limited Edition Print on Glossy Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist John Parrish. 1994 Phoenix Art Press Collection, Devon Editions Seattle Washington Spirit I Poster by John Parrish Some light creases along the edge(s)

    $60.00

  • Amelia Earharts Lockheed Vega Silkscreen Print by Laura Weaver Huff Amelia Earharts Lockheed Vega Silkscreen Print by Laura Weaver Huff

    Other Artists Amelia Earharts Lockheed Vega Silkscreen Print by Laura Weaver Huff

    Amelia Earharts Lockheed Vega 4-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Laura Weaver Huff Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. Laura Weaver Huff, Amelia Earhart’s Lockheed Vega, 1985. Screenprint, 32″ x 23″. Scuffing/Creasing Located in a few Areas, See Images, in Good Condition.

    $272.00

  • God Is Great Script Woodblock Print by Unknown

    Other Artists God Is Great Script Woodblock Print by Unknown

    God Is Great Script Woodblock Print by Unknown Hand-Pulled on Textured Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork. 2008 Limited Edition Woodblock Woodcut Block Print Artwork Size 12x17 of Black & White Fictional Script Words from a St Louis Artist I Forgot the Name of. The Eloquent Silence of "God Is Great" Woodblock Print In visual art, few mediums speak as poignantly to the union of the ancient and the avant-garde as woodblock printing. The "God Is Great" woodblock print, a limited edition piece crafted in 2008, exemplifies the enduring relevance of this time-honored technique in modern artistic discourse. Although the creator from St. Louis remains unnamed, the artwork itself—a stark interplay of black and white fictional script on a textured fine art paper, size 12x17 inches—communicates a universal message that transcends the need for authorial identity. Woodblock Printing: A Dialogue Across Time Woodblock printing, one of the oldest methods of printmaking, has a storied history that stretches from ancient East Asia to contemporary art studios around the globe. The method involves carving an image into the surface of a block of wood, inking the surface, and then pressing it onto paper or fabric to create an impression. With its bold script and abstract composition, this particular piece reflects the technique's robust potential for precision and expression. The black and white color scheme of "God Is Great" reinforces the timeless nature of the print. At the same time, the enigmatic script suggests a language beyond words, an attempt to capture the inexpressible. With its minimalistic yet profound impact, this aesthetic finds echoes in the visual strategies of street pop art and graffiti, where the message is often condensed into symbols or stylized text that resonates with viewers on an instinctual level. Cultural Resonance in Contemporary Art "God Is Great" stands as an artifact of cultural resonance, embodying the essence of what many street artists and pop art practitioners aim to achieve—a piece that is accessible yet profound, immediate yet enduring. It prompts viewers to ponder the power of language, the act of communication, and the possibility of divine presence in the mundane. Despite the anonymity of its creator, the print carries a weight that speaks to the shared human quest for understanding and connection. This woodblock print's presence within pop art, street art, and graffiti is a testament to the fluid boundaries of art forms and the shared visual language that unites disparate genres. While the origin of "God Is Great" may be shrouded in mystery, the work becomes a vessel for contemplation and dialogue, inviting interpretation and engagement from those who encounter it. The "God Is Great" woodblock print, even without the renown of a known artist's signature, is a compelling testament to the power of traditional printmaking techniques in the contemporary artistic landscape. It reminds us that art, in its purest form, is a dialogue that spans history, transcends barriers, and continues to evolve, inviting each viewer to partake in its ongoing narrative.

    $100.00

  • Carousal Capers 3 Lithograph Print by Mary Hulgan

    Other Artists Carousal Capers 3 Lithograph Print by Mary Hulgan

    Carousal Capers 3 Lithograph Print by Mary Hulgan Hand-Pulled Print on Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Graffiti Street Pop Artwork. 1985 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 1000 Artwork Size 16x9.5 Depicting Various Horse in a Vintage Style Carousal. Mary Hulgan's "Carousal Capers 3": A Dance of Color and Nostalgia "Carousel Capers 3," a lithograph print by Mary Hulgan, is a vivid expression of movement, color, and vintage charm, rendered with the careful touch of an artist deeply attuned to the nuances of visual storytelling. Signed and numbered in a limited edition of 1000, this 1985 artwork, measuring 16x9.5 inches, captures the whimsical essence of carousel horses in a style that resonates with the playful and evocative spirit of street pop art and graffiti. The Vintage Carousel: An Emblem of Pop Artistry Carousels, with their ornate designs and historical significance, have long been a subject of fascination in the arts. Hulgan's portrayal of these majestic creatures in "Carousal Capers 3" is a homage to the golden age of amusement, where the carousel symbolized joy, nostalgia, and the circular dance of life. The piece radiates a sense of timelessness, akin to the enduring nature of street art that captures the essence of cultural moments and preserves them on city walls and canvases. The lithograph's vintage aesthetic and Hulgan's choice of a warm color palette impart a sense of history reminiscent of how street art often incorporates elements of the past to create new narratives. Each horse's distinct adornments and poised stance tell a silent story, inviting viewers to engage with the artwork's inherent sense of play and fantasy. Reflections of Street Art in Lithographic Expression While "Carousal Capers 3" may initially seem distant from the grit of graffiti and the pop of street art, a closer look reveals a shared lineage. Lithography, much like street art, is a democratic art form, allowing for the reproduction and dissemination of works to a broad audience. Hulgan's lithograph, with its careful layering of inks and hand-pulled technique, shares the meticulous craftsmanship and bold visual impact of the best street murals. Furthermore, the carousel's embodiment of communal memory and shared public space echoes the collective experience of street art, where images become part of the communal consciousness. Hulgan's work celebrates this shared visual heritage, encapsulating the joy and artistry of a bygone era while speaking to contemporary tastes and sensibilities. Mary Hulgan's "Carousal Capers 3" stands as a testament to the power of printmaking in capturing the spirit of an era and the joy of simple pleasures. With its limited edition status, the artwork becomes an accessible treasure, a piece of historical trance that can be owned and cherished. It is a reminder that art, like a carousel, is cyclical, ever-turning, and always returning to the hearts of those who cherish its beauty and wonder.

    $125.00

  • Kings Of Leon St Louis Verizon 2010 Silkscreen Print

    Other Artists Kings Of Leon St Louis Verizon 2010 Silkscreen Print

    Kings Of Leon- St Louis Verizon 2010 Music Limited Edition Gig Poster 3-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print Artwork on Fine Art Paper. Saint Louis Missouri July 23rd, 2010 at the Verizon Music Amphitheater

    $62.00

  • Art of Vinyl Toys by Monsa Publications Book Art of Vinyl Toys by Monsa Publications Book

    Other Artists Art of Vinyl Toys by Monsa Publications Book

    Art of Vinyl Toys by Monsa Publications Rare Limited Edition Art Book With Graffiti Street Artists and Modern Pop Artworks. Art of Vinyl Toys Published by Monsa Publications [2014] Hardbound | 160 Pages Size: 6" x 7.75" This Book is Pre-Owned and Acquired From a Private Collection

    $27.00

  • Ghost Pottery Wheel 4 Archival Print by Scotty C

    Other Artists Ghost Pottery Wheel 4 Archival Print by Scotty C

    Ghost- Pottery Wheel 4 Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Artist Scotty C. 2022 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 200 Size 10x8

    $97.00

Other Artists

Graffiti and street art are forms of visual art that are often created in public spaces. While they share some similarities, they are distinct art forms with different histories and purposes. Graffiti is often associated with vandalism and illegal activity, as it involves writing or drawing on public or private property without permission. However, graffiti has also become an accepted and celebrated form of art, with many cities providing designated areas for graffiti artists to create their work legally. Street art, on the other hand, is typically created with the intention of beautifying or enhancing public spaces. Street artists use a variety of materials and techniques to create large-scale murals, installations, and other works that can transform the look and feel of urban environments. Both graffiti and street art have roots in hip-hop culture, but they have evolved in different ways over time. Graffiti has traditionally been associated with urban youth and counter-culture movements, while street art has become more mainstream and has been embraced by a wider audience. Overall, both graffiti and street art are important forms of artistic expression that can challenge our perceptions of public spaces and inspire us to see the world in new and exciting ways.

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