Kerby Rosanes Global Warming Inked Art Toy Sculpture by Kerby Rosanes
Purchase Global Warming- Inked Limited Edition Polystone Sculpture Artwork by graffiti street artist modern pop artist Kerby Rosanes. 8” Polystone Art Toy. Global Warning returns in its second colorway, the Inked Edition. Capturing the beauty of Kerby Rosanes’ ink-based artworks with its stencil-like paintwork, Global Warning (Inked Edition) brings the detailed ink linework of Rosanes’ designs to life with this distinct piece in all its monochromatic glory. “Detailed lines using ink make up the entire artwork to a point that use of colours will be unnecessary. The fantasy twist in nature-related themes dominates my black and white universe.” - Kerby Rosanes
Jason Freeny Skull Bomb Plus Sculpture by Jason Freeny
Purchase Skull Bomb Plus Limited Edition Polystone Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Jason Freeny. Staying true to its military roots, this Skull Bomb comes painted in rich shades of camouflage. Inspiration was drawn from the history of aerial warfare where camouflage has long served an integral part of combat. In line with an enduring military tradition, it comes emblazoned with a distinctive nose art – an illustrated set of teeth and emphasizes prominence from the uniformity of the military.
Purchase The Beauty of Rebellion Limited Edition Polystone Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Abell Octovan. Set to challenge the notion of beauty in today’s society, the ballerina is all geared up with a vest and mask, holding a smoke grenade, and twirling and dancing in the midst of a rebellion. Drawing inspiration from classic Greek sculptures, The Beauty of Rebellion features a smooth marble-like effect. Highlighted with a red accent is the spray can, a representation of the desire to break free from the beauty conventions we all know.
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