2 artworks

  • Riot Cop 1000% Be@rbrick by Brandalised x Medicom Toy x Banksy

    Brandalism & Brandalised Riot Cop 1000% Be@rbrick by Brandalised x Medicom Toy x Banksy

    Purchase Riot Cop 1000% BE@RBRICK Limited Edition Vinyl Artwork Medicom Toy Collectable Art Figure by Brandalism. 2022 New In Box Brandalised x Medicom Toy x Banksy 2022 Medicom Toys Popular artist Banksy returns with the Riot Cop Bearbrick!  This is the third collaboration between Medicom Toy and Brandalism.  Water transfer technology ensures unique print placements.  This large 1000% Bearbrick figure stands at 70cm!


  • Freedom For Humanity Chrome Serigraph Print by Mear One

    Mear One Freedom For Humanity Chrome Serigraph Print by Mear One

    Purchase Freedom For Humanity- Chrome Limited Edition Serigraph Print with Chrome Foil on Hand-Deckled 290gsm Coventry Rag Fine Art Paper by Mear One graffiti street artist modern pop art. "This piece 'Freedom For Humanity' is a symbol of the attitude we should be taking when it comes to our rights as human beings. It’s a play on George Orwell’s 'Newspeak' from his novel 1984 where he combines and condenses words to create a new language. Language is so important for understanding what it means to truly be free, yet it is constantly being eroded, redefined, and replaced to suit the corporations and superficial consumer pop-culture trends for profit.People need translation out of our current language based on greed towards a more meaningful and insightful existence, using language based on our humanity, sharing, and cooperation. I want to inspire critical thought on the implementation of 'Newspeak' in our current Orwellian, media-blitzed reality." - Mear One Custom Rustic Marigold Yellow Picture Frame.



Graffiti street pop art has long been an important medium for political expression, providing artists with the opportunity to convey their messages, ideas, and concerns to a wide audience. This art form has roots in various cultures and has evolved over the years, playing a significant role in shaping political discourse. Several key aspects of politics in graffiti street pop art include: Social and political critique: Artists often use graffiti as a medium to express their dissent or opposition to specific issues, policies, or political figures. This can range from direct messages and caricatures to more subtle, abstract representations. Representation of marginalized groups: Graffiti street pop art has often been a way for underrepresented communities to voice their concerns and struggles. It's a platform for these groups to assert their identity and share their stories with the wider public. Calls for action and change: Graffiti can be a powerful medium to inspire change and demand social or political reforms. Some artists use their work to mobilize public opinion or encourage people to participate in activism. Satire and humor: Many artists incorporate humor and satire into their work to critique the status quo or to expose hypocrisy, corruption, or incompetence in politics. This approach can be an effective way to capture attention and make a statement. Celebration of political victories or achievements: Some graffiti street pop art celebrates political progress or important milestones, such as the election of a progressive leader or the passage of important legislation. Propaganda and counter-propaganda: Graffiti can be used by political factions to spread their messages and ideas, either in support of their cause or in opposition to their rivals. This can result in a visual battle of ideologies on the streets. Overall, graffiti street pop art has played a significant role in politics, providing a powerful platform for artists to engage with their audience and make their voices heard. The public nature of this art form means it can reach a wide audience, often challenging the mainstream narrative and contributing to a more diverse and inclusive political discourse.

Graffiti & Street Pop Art


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