Priest Corp

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  • It's a Bird! It's a Plane! Dude is he Tagging? Giclee Print by Priest Corp

    Priest Corp It's a Bird! It's a Plane! Dude is he Tagging? Giclee Print by Priest Corp

    It's a Bird! It's a Plane! Dude is he Tagging? Giclee Print by Priest Corp Artwork Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Cold Pressed Cotton Fine Art Paper Graffiti Pop Street Artist. 2023 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 23x18 Silkscreen of DC Comic Book Hero Super Man Looking Out Over The Top of the City Skyscrapers as Helicopters Surround Him Flanked By Urban Graffiti Priest Corp Artwork’s limited edition giclee print titled "It's a Bird! It's a Plane! Dude is he Tagging?" stands as a striking testament to the enduring interplay between pop culture and street art. Dated 2023 and released as a limited run of just 50 pieces, this artwork is exquisitely printed on 290gsm cold pressed cotton fine art paper, which not only ensures longevity but also showcases the rich, vibrant hues of the silkscreen in exquisite detail. The visual narrative unfolds atop a cityscape, with DC Comic’s legendary superhero, Superman, positioned as the central figure. He is seen overlooking the vastness of the city's skyscrapers, a sentinel of justice and hope. This iconic imagery of Superman is, however, juxtaposed with elements emblematic of urban life. Helicopters encircle him, creating a dynamic tension in the composition, hinting at an urgency or perhaps an unfolding event. Yet, what truly accentuates the contemporary theme is the surrounding graffiti. This unexpected infusion of street art challenges traditional comic iconography, suggesting a dialogue between the vigilance of superheroes and the voices of urban artists. By merging the iconic imagery of Superman with the raw expressionism of graffiti, Priest Corp Artwork underscores the evolving nature of both pop and street art. It's a reflection on how classic symbols from our popular consciousness can be reimagined and recontextualized within the fabric of urban narratives. This piece not only celebrates the spirit of a classic superhero but also elevates the significance of graffiti as a form of contemporary commentary.


Pop art, street art, and graffiti art have become inextricably linked over the past several decades, each influencing the other in powerful and often unexpected ways. Among the pantheon of iconic figures that have emerged from this intertwining of styles is Priest Corp, a graffiti artist whose works have both defined and defied conventional boundaries of the genre. Born from the vibrant urban landscapes, Priest Corp's style is a striking blend of vivid color, intricate design, and poignant messages. Unlike many of his contemporaries, Priest Corp does not solely aim for aesthetics; he strives to make a statement, often addressing social issues, and critiques of modern culture, which are layered into his works. This deliberate integration of substance and style elevates his graffiti from mere decoration or defacement to poignant social commentary. Street art, traditionally seen as a rebellious act against established norms and systems, found its voice and strength in the underground world. Priest Corp’s artwork, while deeply rooted in this counter-culture, also borrows heavily from pop art's tradition. He takes everyday imagery and ubiquitous brand logos, twisting and repurposing them in ways that bring to light their underlying meanings or, in some cases, their absurdities. By doing so, he bridges the gap between street and gallery, as his art is not only fit for alleyways and derelict buildings but also for contemporary art exhibitions and high-end auctions. The process and ethos behind Priest Corp's work are indicative of the changing dynamics in the world of graffiti art. No longer is graffiti just about making one's mark on a surface; it's about telling stories, sparking conversations, and challenging the viewer's perceptions. Through layers of paint and creativity, Priest Corp manipulates public spaces, turning them into interactive art canvases that demand attention. This shift from passive viewing to active engagement with art has made Priest Corp not only a figurehead in the graffiti world but also a trailblazer in the broader scope of modern visual art. One cannot discuss Priest Corp's contributions without addressing the enduring debate surrounding street art's legitimacy. Is it art or vandalism? For Priest Corp, the answer is clear: art is an expression, regardless of the canvas. His works, often found in urban settings, are as legitimate as any masterpiece found in traditional art institutions. They challenge, provoke, and inspire in ways that blur the boundaries between street and gallery, between the illicit and the accepted. To fully understand and appreciate Priest Corp's significance, one needs to look beyond the aerosol cans and painted facades. He represents a generation of artists who found their voice in the streets, who redefined what art could be, and who relentlessly pushed the boundaries of creativity. Through his work, Priest Corp has not only carved out a unique space for himself in the annals of art history but has also paved the way for countless artists who dare to challenge the status quo.

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