Plush & Stuffed Animal

5 artworks


  • War Child Silkscreen Print by Hijack

    Hijack War Child Silkscreen Print by Hijack

    War Child 5-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Hijack Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 2022 Signed Edition of 75 16x16 Ukraine War Protest Print. "When adults wage war, children suffer."

    $706.00

  • MBDTF Bear King Horus Necklace Plush Art Toy by Greedee Arts MBDTF Bear King Horus Necklace Plush Art Toy by Greedee Arts

    Greedee Arts MBDTF Bear King Horus Necklace Plush Art Toy by Greedee Arts

    MBDTF Bear- King Horus Necklace Plush Limited Edition Designer Art Object Collectible Artwork by Artist Greedee Arts 2022 18-inch Large MBDTF King Horus Bear That Plays Greedee GarageBand version of Runaway Piano Made Famous by Kayne West. New the Artist Did Not Use Retail Packaging. Unpacking the Symbolism and Cultural Impact of MBDTF Bear The MBDTF Bear, a limited edition designer plush object, carries a significant cultural payload, especially in street pop art and graffiti artwork. This piece, a creation of the artist known as Greedee Arts, stands 18 inches tall and is not just a static art object but a multimedia experience that plays a Greedee GarageBand version of the piano from Kanye West's famous track "Runaway." Greedee Arts, opting out of retail packaging, presents this artwork in a raw form that adds to its authenticity and collectible value. Artistic Fusion in Street Pop Art By its very nature, street pop art is an amalgamation of high and low cultural elements, often incorporating mass media, iconography, and bold statements into pieces accessible to the masses. The MBDTF Bear is a testament to this fusion, drawing from the visual lexicon of hip-hop, a genre that has transcended music to influence fashion, language, and lifestyle. Greedee Arts has tapped into this cultural vein, crafting an object that is both a tribute and a tactile piece of a larger narrative that music and art enthusiasts resonate with. The King Horus necklace that adorns the plush is not merely an accessory but a symbol steeped in iconography. Horus, the ancient Egyptian deity, was often depicted as a falcon associated with power, victory, and the sky. Here, the necklace is a visual anchor that ties the bear to themes of royalty, perseverance, and a nod to the divine—elements often explored in Kanye West's body of work and the larger hip-hop culture. Graffiti Artwork's Narrative and Presence Graffiti artwork has long held a mirror to society, reflecting issues, sentiments, and the undercurrents of the street. It is dynamic, often unauthorized, and always speaking in a visual dialect that is as much about the message as it is about the aesthetic. The MBDTF Bear, while not a piece of traditional graffiti, channels this spirit through its existence as an art object. It is meant to be seen, to provoke thought, and to contribute to the ongoing dialogue between street culture and mainstream acceptance. Greedee Arts' decision to bypass traditional retail channels speaks volumes of the intent to keep the piece untainted by commercialism as possible, a core value in much of graffiti culture. This strategy ensures that the MBDTF Bear remains an exclusive collectible, a treasure for those deeply ingrained in the fabric of street culture and art appreciation. The MBDTF Bear, in essence, is not just a collectible but a piece of cultural commentary encapsulating the essence of street pop art and graffiti artwork. It is a nexus where fandom, artistry, and cultural commentary intersect. Greedee Arts has captured a moment, a zeitgeist connecting Kanye West's influential music with the tactile world of art collectors and enthusiasts. With its embedded music and emblematic necklace, this plush figure serves as a tangible touchpoint to the evocative and often fleeting world of street art. In the lineage of collectible art, objects like the MBDTF Bear play a crucial role. They carry the tradition of street art into new mediums and markets, ensuring that the dialogue between artist and audience continues in evolving forms. By embracing the ethos of street art and pop culture, Greedee Arts has created more than an object; it is a cultural artifact that resonates with contemporary art and music rhythms. Such pieces serve as critical snapshots of the cultural landscape, preserving the vibrancy and voices of street art for future generations to study, appreciate, and be inspired by.

    $329.00

  • Steiff Bear- White 400% Be@rbrick Steiff Bear- White 400% Be@rbrick

    BE@RBRICK Steiff Bear- White 400% Be@rbrick

    Steiff Bear- White 400% BE@RBRICK Limited Edition Medicom Flocked Vinyl Artwork Toy Collectable Art Figure. 2017 New In Box. Luxury German Toy Stuffed Bear by Steiff x Medicom. Flocked Hair with Ribbon, Box, and Tag.

    $771.00

  • Steiff Bear- Black 400% Be@rbrick Steiff Bear- Black 400% Be@rbrick

    BE@RBRICK Steiff Bear- Black 400% Be@rbrick

    Steiff Bear- Black 400% BE@RBRICK Limited Edition Medicom Flocked Vinyl Artwork Toy Collectable Art Figure. 2017 New In Box. Luxury German Toy Stuffed Bear by Steiff x Medicom. Flocked Hair with Ribbon, Box, and Tag.

    $771.00

  • Graduation Bear Jesus Piece Plush Art Toy by Greedee Arts Graduation Bear Jesus Piece Plush Art Toy by Greedee Arts

    Greedee Arts Graduation Bear Jesus Piece Plush Art Toy by Greedee Arts

    Graduation Bear- Jesus Piece Plush Limited Edition Designer Art Object Collectible Artwork by Artist Greedee Arts 2022 18-inch Large Graduation Bear with Jesus Pieces Jewelry Medallion Based on the Kayne West Rap Album Graduation. New

    $322.00

Plush & Stuffed Animal
Plush and stuffed animals are often considered endearing tokens of childhood, representing innocence, comfort, and nostalgia. These symbols, however, have not been confined to children’s bedrooms or toy shops. They have found their way into the urban art landscape, carving a niche in pop art, street art, and graffiti. Their portrayal is not merely an artistic whim, but a profound exploration of society, emotions, and culture. During the mid to late 20th century, as pop art emerged as a dominant artistic movement, artists like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein challenged traditional perceptions of art by bringing mundane or commercial objects into the spotlight. This disruption paved the way for everyday objects, like stuffed animals, to be reconsidered as powerful symbols. Within the confines of galleries and canvas, these plush toys became more than child’s play; they represented commercialization, the commodification of emotions, and the juxtaposition of innocence against the cynicism of the adult world. But as the art scene evolved, these symbols began to migrate from the pristine walls of galleries to the rugged, raw streets. Street art, often known for its subversive and rebellious undertones, adopted the plush and stuffed animal imagery, giving it a new voice and context. While pop art might have presented these toys in a satirical or commercial light, street artists used them to critique society, reflect political unrest, and comment on the loss of innocence. A stuffed bear sprayed onto a war-torn building wasn't just a bear; it became a poignant reminder of the lost childhood in conflict zones. Graffiti, with its clandestine nature, added another layer to this narrative. The use of plush toys in graffiti intertwined nostalgia with the audacity of the act. It was a powerful paradox: the soft, comforting memory of a teddy bear contrasted sharply with the rebellious, often illegal act of graffiti. This duality played on viewers’ emotions, making them reconcile with their own pasts, the societal norms they grew up with, and the world they now navigated as adults. Several iconic instances of plush imagery in urban art forms have become landmarks in their own right. For instance, there are murals where larger-than-life plush animals seem to be breaking through walls, symbolizing the breaking of barriers or the invasion of innocence in a cynical world. In other depictions, faded or torn plush toys might comment on the impermanence of life or the inevitable decay of cherished memories. This transference of plush and stuffed animal imagery from the confines of a child's bedroom to the expansive canvas of urban landscapes is a testament to art’s evolving nature. It reminds viewers that symbols, no matter how innocent or commonplace, carry the power to evoke deep emotions, memories, and introspections. Through the lens of pop art, street art, and graffiti, the plush toy transforms from a simple object of affection to a potent emblem of societal reflection.
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