Polar Bear

13 artworks


  • Global Warming Inked Art Toy Sculpture by Kerby Rosanes Global Warming Inked Art Toy Sculpture by Kerby Rosanes

    Kerby Rosanes Global Warming Inked Art Toy Sculpture by Kerby Rosanes

    Global Warming- Inked Limited Edition Polystone Sculpture Artwork by graffiti street artist modern pop artist Kerby Rosanes. 2021 Limited Edition 8" Polystone Sculpture New in Box. Inked Edition. The Symbology of Global Warming "Global Warning" is not just a sculpture but a visual narrative that captures the essence of street pop art and graffiti artwork. In this piece, a polar bear, an emblematic figure of climate change's dire consequences, perches atop a skull—a universal symbol of mortality and warning. The skull, often found in Rosanes' works, is not only a motif that resonates with the edgy and raw nature of street art but also a poignant reminder of the impermanence of life and the fragility of the natural world. The bear's poised and contemplative stance may be interpreted as a reflection on the current state of the environment, a theme that is urgent and relevant. The sculpture's name, "Global Warning," is a play on words, alluding to the global warming crisis while simultaneously issuing a warning about the potential fate of the planet. This clever wordplay indicates the thought-provoking nature inherent in Rosanes' creations. Kerby Rosanes' "Global Warning" is a sculpture that deftly conveys a critical message through street pop art and graffiti artwork. This 2021 limited edition polystone piece stands 8 inches tall and arrives in pristine condition, packaged within a box that ensures the artwork's protection and integrity. As a part of a unique series, this "Inked Edition" holds a special place in collectible art, especially among enthusiasts of Rosanes' work and collectors who appreciate the fusion of contemporary street art aesthetics with pressing global themes. The sculpture itself is a testament to Rosanes' mastery of ink-based artistry. Every inch of "Global Warning" is adorned with detailed lines drawn in ink, showcasing a level of intricacy that renders the addition of color superfluous. In this monochromatic world, the stark contrast of black and white does more than capture the observer's eye—it tells a story, ssues a statement, and provokes thought about our ecosystem's delicate balance. Monochrome as a Medium In the vast spectrum of street pop art, color plays a vital role in conveying emotion and building atmosphere. However, Rosanes takes an alternative route with the "Inked Edition" of "Global Warning." By employing only shades of black and white, he challenges the viewer to focus on the form, texture, and symbolism without the distraction of color. This choice is deliberate and impactful, as it mirrors the stark reality of environmental issues—often seen in black-and-white terms: action or inaction, survival or extinction. Rosanes' monochromatic approach also pays homage to the roots of graffiti artwork, which often started with only a can of spray paint and a wall as a canvas. In this sense, the "Inked Edition" bridges the traditional graffiti art style and the contemporary discourse on climate change. Artistry Meets Advocacy The intersection of art and advocacy is where Rosanes' "Global Warning" stakes its claim in the art world. It is a powerful representation of street pop art's ability to address societal issues head-on. The "Inked Edition" serves as a decorative piece and a call to awareness and action. Here, Rosanes' work transcends the boundaries of conventional artwork, becoming a beacon for environmental activism within the artistic community. As an object of art, "Global Warning" carries the weight of its message, harnessing the raw energy and spirit of street pop art and graffiti to highlight a pressing global challenge. Rosanes' choice to use polystone—a material known for its durability and fine detail—further amplifies the permanence of the message, suggesting that the issues of environmental degradation will not simply fade away. In the dynamic and ever-evolving world of street pop art and graffiti artwork, Kerby Rosanes' "Global Warning" stands out as a poignant, compelling work that captures the zeitgeist of our times. It serves as a stark reminder of the environmental issues that confront us and the power of art to elevate critical conversations within the public sphere. Through this limited-edition sculpture, Rosanes continues to inspire, provoke, and challenge, solidifying his place as a modern pop artist of significant influence.

    $382.00

  • Shelter Giclee Print by Scott Listfield

    Scott Listfield Shelter Giclee Print by Scott Listfield

    Shelter Limited Edition Giclée Fine Art Prints on Signa Cotten Rag Paper by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Scott Listfield. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 16x20 Limited edition Giclée print with archival Epson inks on Signa Smooth 300 GSM archival cotton rag paper by Scott Listfield. Signed and numbered edition of 50. Print size: 40.6 x 50.8 cm (16" x 20")

    $453.00

  • Southpaw 2006 Giclee Print by Luke Chueh

    Luke Chueh Southpaw 2006 Giclee Print by Luke Chueh

    Southpaw 2006 Pop Street Artwork Limited Edition Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper by Urban Graffiti Modern Artist Luke Chueh. Signed 2006 giclee print on archival paper 12 x 16 inches signed and numbered edition of 100

    $279.00

  • Southpaw 2008 Giclee Print by Luke Chueh

    Luke Chueh Southpaw 2008 Giclee Print by Luke Chueh

    Southpaw 2008 Pop Street Artwork Limited Edition Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper by Urban Graffiti Modern Artist Luke Chueh. 2008 Signed giclee print on archival paper 12 x 16 inches signed and numbered edition of 100

    $279.00

  • Life Lessons Giclee Print by Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat

    Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat Life Lessons Giclee Print by Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat

    Life Lessons Pop Street Artwork Limited Edition Giclee Print on 290gsm Coventry Rag Paper by Urban Graffiti Modern Artist Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat. 2018 Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat Life Lessons 20x16 inches Edition of 60 Fine art print on 290gsm paper Hand signed and numbered

    $469.00

  • Protect What You Love Sculpture by Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat Protect What You Love Sculpture by Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat

    Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat Protect What You Love Sculpture by Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat

    Protect What You Love Limited Edition Polyresin Sculpture Artwork by Legendary Fine Art Artist Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat. 2022 "PROTECT WHAT YOU LOVE" 8" /6" (H/W) 20 cm /15 cm (H/W) Limited Edition of 50 Polyresin COA numbered &signed by Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat Packaged in a wooden box. Protect What You Love, the latest member by Antonio Segura Donat (Dulk- Antonio Segura Donat). Box is sealed & never opened, use caution when opening it as the artwork is delicate.

    $1,340.00

  • Thaw Archival Print by Josh Keyes

    Josh Keyes Thaw Archival Print by Josh Keyes

    Thaw Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on Ultra Smooth Photo Rag Paper by Artist Josh Keyes. 2017 Signed Size 20x14 Edition of 175. Printed on Archival, Hot Press Paper, Signed and Numbered

    $625.00

  • Mother Silkscreen Print by Flying Fortress

    Flying Fortress Mother Silkscreen Print by Flying Fortress

    Mother Hand-Pulled 10-Color Silkscreen Print on 300gsm Tauro Sappi Paper by Pop Graffiti Artist Flying Fortress Rare Street Art Limited Edition Artwork. 2015 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 100 Size 27.5x19.5 Small Bump To Extreme Left Margin

    $488.00

  • Target Giclee Print by Luke Chueh

    Luke Chueh Target Giclee Print by Luke Chueh

    Target Artwork Limited Edition Giclee Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Paper by Modern Artist Luke Chueh. 2015 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 150 Artwork Size 10x12.5 "Target," a provocative piece by modern artist Luke Chueh, embodies the ethos of pop art with its fusion of accessible imagery and dark humor. Created in 2015, this artwork is a limited edition giclee print on Moab Entrada paper, a high-quality material that ensures the durability and color fidelity of the work. At 10x12.5 inches, it is a sizeable print, part of a limited edition run of 150, each signed and numbered by Chueh himself, solidifying its exclusivity and appeal to collectors. Luke Chueh's work is noted for its stark, often monochromatic backgrounds, which thrust the central figure — typically an anthropomorphic character — into the spotlight. This artwork features a bear-like figure painted with simplicity yet profound expressiveness, hit by darts on a target painted on its torso. The visual juxtaposition of innocence and violence presents a compelling narrative, prompting introspection on themes of vulnerability and exploitation. This motif resonates with street art's tradition of using public visuals to state the human condition boldly. The artist's choice of the bear, an innocent and typically endearing creature, set against the violent imagery of the darts, creates a stark and impactful contrast. This contrast is emblematic of Chueh's style, which often plays with themes of contradiction and emotional struggle. The "Target" artwork's commentary is accessible and complex, allowing for multiple interpretations, a hallmark of great pop and street art. In the broader context of pop and graffiti art, Chueh's "Target" is a poignant narrative captured through minimalist design. It speaks to the heart of pop art, utilizing popular cultural references to make a statement while also embodying the spirit of street art through its bold and direct message. As a piece, it reflects on the commodification of emotion and the often unseen targets we bear. Its presence in the art scene is a testament to the enduring power of visual storytelling through art. User

    $363.00

  • Pin Cushion Giclee Print by Luke Chueh

    Luke Chueh Pin Cushion Giclee Print by Luke Chueh

    Pin Cushion Artwork Limited Edition Giclee Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Paper by Modern Artist Luke Chueh. 2010 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 100 Artwork Size 20x20 Luke Chueh's "Pin Cushion" captures contemporary discomfort meshed with childlike simplicity, characteristic of the pop art movement's fusion of popular culture and fine art. Released in 2010, this limited edition giclee print resonates with the qualities of street art through its accessibility and the immediacy of its emotional impact. With its production limited to 100 signed and numbered pieces, it's crafted on 290gsm Moab Entrada paper, a choice that ensures longevity and enhances the visual experience with its textured surface. In the artwork, a seemingly innocent and straightforward character—a bear—becomes a vessel for a complex expression of emotion. The bear, punctuated by pins with tiny red hearts, stands against a deep red backdrop. This stark color palette is visually arresting and symbolic, possibly signifying pain, love, or a combination. The juxtaposition of an endearing childhood toy against the brutal reality of pain, suggested by the pins, strikes a powerful chord. It reflects Chueh's ability to navigate the nuances of human emotion, making a statement about the pain often hidden behind a calm exterior. "Pin Cushion" is more than a decorative piece; it's a commentary, subtle yet sharp, on the nature of suffering and the human tendency to conceal emotional distress. Luke Chueh himself is known for his anthropomorphic figures that tackle themes of despair with a satirical edge. Giclee printing, a process favored for fine art reproductions, retains the detail and color of Chueh's original work, ensuring that each piece in the limited series reflects the artist's intent with clarity and precision. Collectors and enthusiasts of modern art view "Pin Cushion" as a poignant addition to pop art and street art, where the ordinary is transformed into a platform for extraordinary commentary. Chueh's work sits comfortably in the urban contemporary art scene, often discussed alongside graffiti art for its bold visuals and the urban culture influences that inform its aesthetic and thematic qualities. This piece is a symbol of modern emotional expression, wrapped in the cloak of pop art's visual appeal.

    $649.00

  • Lowbrow And Still The Loser Giclee Print by Luke Chueh

    Luke Chueh Lowbrow And Still The Loser Giclee Print by Luke Chueh

    Lowbrow- And Still The Loser Artwork Limited Edition Giclee Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Paper by Modern Artist Luke Chueh. 2011 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 18x24 "Lowbrow - And Still The Loser" by Luke Chueh is a distinctive piece within the pop art genre, where every day is imbued with layers of deeper meaning. This artwork, a giclee print on 290gsm Moab Entrada paper, holds its own in the discourse of street art and graffiti art through its evocative representation of common sentiments. Created in 2011, the piece was offered as a signed and numbered limited edition, with only 50 prints available, each measuring 18x24 inches, signifying its exclusivity and collectibility. The artwork features Chueh's trademark character, a bear, depicted in monochrome against a stark background. The figure's action is central to the artwork's narrative: a loser's salute, which, in the context of Chueh's oeuvre, could be interpreted as a commentary on self-acceptance in the face of defeat or societal judgment. The term "lowbrow" boldly interrupts the visual, acting as a self-referential nod to the lowbrow art movement and an ironic statement about the bear's self-deprecation. This print continues Luke Chueh's exploration of the juxtaposition between the innocence of cartoon characters and the complexity of human emotions, a theme prevalent in street art's storytelling. Chueh's work is often recognized for its emotional rawness, encapsulated within the accessible form of animated figures. "Lowbrow - And Still The Loser" is particularly resonant in its straightforwardness, reflecting the artist's capacity to communicate profound experiences through simple, relatable imagery. The choice of Moab Entrada paper, known for its archival quality, suggests a purposeful intention to preserve the depth of the black and white tones, ensuring that each collector receives a piece that remains true to the visual impact of the original artwork. The limited edition nature of this print elevates its value among collectors and enthusiasts, who view Chueh's work as a bridge between the often disparate worlds of pop art and street art. Here, the emotional language of graffiti, the visual punch of pop art, and the introspection of the lowbrow movement merge to form a statement piece that challenges viewers to find meaning in the guise of simplicity.

    $812.00

  • Spray Archival Print by Josh Keyes

    Josh Keyes Spray Archival Print by Josh Keyes

    Spray Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Paper by Urban Pop Artist Josh Keyes Modern Artwork. 2017 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 175 Artwork Size 20x16

    $517.00

  • Southpaw 2004 Giclee Print by Luke Chueh

    Luke Chueh Southpaw 2004 Giclee Print by Luke Chueh

    Southpaw 2004 Pop Street Artwork Limited Edition Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper by Urban Graffiti Modern Artist Luke Chueh. Signed 2004 giclee print on archival paper 12 x 16 inches signed and numbered edition of 100

    $279.00

Polar bears are a powerful and iconic symbol of the Arctic, and as such, they have been the subject of numerous art forms, including graffiti and street pop art. Polar bears offer a compelling subject for street art that can be used to create stunning and thought-provoking works of art. Mural: A large-scale mural featuring a polar bear would be a stunning addition to any cityscape. Using bold colors and dynamic lines, the mural could capture the majesty and power of these magnificent animals. Stencil Art: Stencil art is a popular form of street art that involves cutting out a design and then spray painting the image onto a surface. Polar bears could be used as the subject of stencil art, with the design being cut out of a piece of cardboard or other material. Mixed Media: Polar bears could be incorporated into mixed media street art by using a combination of materials such as spray paint, markers, and stencils. For example, a street artist could create a polar bear using spray paint and then use markers to add details such as fur and facial features. 3D Art: Another way to incorporate polar bears into street art is by creating 3D art installations. This could involve creating a life-sized polar bear out of materials such as cardboard or foam and then placing it in a public space. Environmental Message: Finally, polar bears could be used in street art as a way to draw attention to environmental issues such as climate change and the melting Arctic ice. A street artist could create an image of a polar bear in distress or juxtapose a polar bear with a cityscape to highlight the impact of human activities on the Arctic environment.

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