Eric Pagsanjan Banned 1s Silkscreen Print by Eric Pagsanjan
Purchase Banned 1s 4-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Eric Pagsanjan Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. Banned 1s by Eric Pagsanjan | SneakerHeroes x Quiccs 4 Color Screen Print Edition of 88, Signed and Numbered by Artist Size: 18" x 24" "Few shoes in the 30-plus-year history of the Air Jordan line are as infamous as the black and red Air Jordan 1. The sneaker—known as the 'Banned' Jordan 1—has been perennially important, from the mythology around its genesis to the fervor its retros inspire. Here's how it all happened. The story goes that Michael Jordan was fined $5,000 by the NBA every time he wore the shoes during their debut in 1984 because they broke the league's uniform rules. Nike capitalized on this, creating an ad campaign that played on that forbidden fruit quality..." -Eric Pagsanjan
Purchase Hand Painted LA River AP 8 Limited Edition Spray Paint Hand-Embellished HPM Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper Custom Framed by Saber Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. AP Artist Proof Spray Paint Embellished Custom framed and metallic silver matted in a massive silver ornate frame, measuring 47x36
Purchase City AP Artist Proof Archival Print by Cinta Vidal Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. AP Artist Proof 2019 Signed & Marked AP Limited Edition of 30 Artwork Size 16x19 CINTA VIDAL 'City' Edition of 30 16 x 19 inches Fine art print on 290gsm paper Hand signed and numbered by the artist
Purchase LA River Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Pearl Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Saber. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 100 Pearlescence Paper 27x19.25 Los Angeles has always been a hub for creativity, diversity, and innovation. Among its most influential and audacious forms of expression is street art, notably graffiti, which has made its indelible mark on the city's sprawling urban landscapes. A testament to this vibrant culture is the LA River Artwork Giclee print, an exceptional piece crafted by the renowned pop culture graffiti artist Saber. Hailing from Los Angeles, Saber has been an integral force in graffiti art, pushing boundaries and setting new standards for the genre. His dynamic and intricate designs encapsulate the energy, complexity, and authenticity of the urban environment. The LA River Artwork is a shining example of his prowess and unique aesthetic. This limited edition piece is a testament to the dedication and precision Saber pours into his art, capturing the transformative nature of graffiti as it breathes life and narrative into mundane city structures. Crafted in 2019, this giclee print boasts impeccable quality and detail. Limited to just 100 copies, each print has been meticulously signed and numbered by Saber, underscoring its exclusivity and value as a collector's item. The choice of pearlescence paper measuring 27x19.25 inches augments the vibrancy of the artwork, giving it a shimmering finish that adds depth and dimension. The medium, often favored in fine art reproductions, ensures longevity, clarity, and an immersive visual experience for the viewer. Graffiti art, often dismissed in its nascent stages as mere vandalism, has evolved to be recognized as a genuine form of artistic expression, with Saber at its forefront. The LA River Artwork is a testament to the genre's transformation and its ever-evolving relationship with pop culture. This piece is not just an artwork; it's a narrative, a piece of Los Angeles's soul, immortalized in color and form by one of its most iconic artists.
Purchase God Save The Queen Collage Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Hahnemühle Bamboo Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Jamie Reid. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 300 Artwork Size 32.3x22.8 Blending the worlds of street art, pop culture, and political dissent, Jamie Reid's "God Save The Queen" stands as a poignant reflection of the punk era's raw energy and defiance. Created in 2019, this masterful artwork captures the essence of rebellion, with a striking portrayal of the British monarch, her eyes obscured by the phrase "God Save The Queen." It is not merely a visual spectacle but a statement, encapsulating the punk movement's spirit and challenging the establishment's symbols and authority. The imagery, familiar to many, became emblematic of the punk rock movement in the late 1970s. Its resonance extends beyond the art sphere into music, as it bears a strong association with the controversial track "God Save the Queen" by The Sex Pistols released in 1977. The audacity of the image, combined with the song's provocative lyrics, created ripples in society, making it an iconic piece of cultural history. This particular creation is a limited edition giclee print, with only 300 pieces ever produced. Each print is meticulously crafted on premium 290gsm Hahnemühle bamboo paper, renowned for its exceptional quality and ability to bring out the finest details of the artwork. Measuring 32.3 x 22.8 inches, every piece has been hand-signed and numbered by Reid, ensuring its authenticity. For collectors and art enthusiasts, owning a piece of this limited edition offers not just a visual delight but also a slice of history, representing a moment when art, music, and activism converged to shape a generation.
Jeff Soto The Seeker Lithograph Print by Jeff Soto
Purchase The Seeker Off-Set Lithograph Print Limited Edition Artwork on 80lbs Patina Matte Fine Art Paper by Jeff Soto, an urban graffiti pop street artist. Jeff Soto is an artist, illustrator, and muralist who has exhibited in galleries and museums around the world. The artist’s distinct color palette, subject matter, and technique resonate with a growing audience and bridge the gap between Pop Surrealism and graffiti. Inspired by youthful nostalgia, nature, graffiti, hip-hop, and popular culture, his bold, representational work is simultaneously accessible and stimulating.
Purchase Like Candy Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Transfer on Laser Cut Archival Foam Core Board by Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Leon Keer. PP Printers Proof 2019 Marked PP Archival Pigment Print Transfer on Laser Cut Archival Foam Core Board Size: 24 x 18.625 x .25 Inches Release: June 18, 2019- Slight knick to upper left-facing corner, barely visible. "I created this painting to talk about the over-prescription of pain management drugs and false assumption about the effectiveness of medicine, caused a worldwide abuse of and addiction to painkillers such as Vicodin." - Leon Keer. Interpreting Leon Keer's Message Leon Keer's "Like Candy" is a provocative piece of Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork, symbolic of the genre's power to comment on social issues. Created in 2019 and marked as a Printers Proof (PP), this archival pigment print transfer on laser-cut archival foam core board is a stark reminder of the darker side of medication in modern society. Sized at 24 x 18.625 x .25 inches and released on June 18, 2019, it's noteworthy for a slight imperfection: a barely visible nick to the upper left-facing corner, which, rather than detracting, adds a layer of authenticity to the work. Keer's creation is more than a visual treat; it's a critical commentary on the healthcare industry's frivolous distribution of potent medications. By juxtaposing the addictive nature of painkillers like Vicodin against the innocent imagery of candy, Keer draws a parallel to the deceptive allure of these drugs. The artwork's title, "Like Candy," underscores the ease with which such medications can be obtained and consumed, often with little thought to the consequences. Keer explicitly mentions his intent to spotlight the over-prescription of pain management drugs and the mistaken beliefs surrounding their effectiveness, which has fueled a global crisis of abuse and addiction. Artistic Expression and Social Commentary Keer's methodology incorporates traditional elements of street art with modern techniques, resulting in a piece that is both aesthetically pleasing and deeply thought-provoking. His choice of medium—archival pigment print transfer on laser-cut archival foam core board—reflects a contemporary edge, aligning with the innovative spirit of street and pop art. The three-dimensional aspect of the laser-cut foam adds depth to the piece, further emphasizing the layers of meaning behind the façade of pharmaceutical consumption. The artwork, while visually aligned with the playful nature of street art, carries a sad message that resonates with a broad audience, transcending the boundaries of conventional graffiti artwork. The Impact of "Like Candy" In Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork, Leon Keer's "Like Candy" is a powerful conversation starter. It's an artwork that doesn't just sit quietly on the wall; it challenges viewers to reconsider their perceptions of medicine. It acts as a mirror to society's often casual treatment of prescription drugs, contrasting the colorful, child-like appeal of candy with the severe implications of medication misuse. Keer's art reflects his mastery of the pop art aesthetic and demonstrates the potential of street art to effect change and provoke discussion about pressing societal issues. Reflection on the Pharmaceutical Industry Keer's artwork is a scathing critique of the pharmaceutical industry's role in the epidemic of drug dependency. Keer cleverly subverts our expectations by transferring the image of gummy candies, which are typically associated with sweetness and pleasure, onto a medium that suggests prescription medication. The artwork raises questions about the responsibility of drug companies in the opioid crisis and the ease with which powerful drugs are marketed and distributed. "Like Candy" is a poignant reminder that what may be sold as a panacea can sometimes become a peril, a statement that echoes through the halls of modern Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork. "Like Candy" is a testament to Leon Keer's artistic skill and his commitment to using art as a means of social commentary. With its thoughtful construction and impactful message, it remains a significant piece within contemporary art discourse. As with many great works of Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork, it bridges the gap between aesthetic appeal and social consciousness, proving that art can be beautiful and a bearer of important messages. This piece stands out as a poignant reflection on an issue affecting millions worldwide, ensuring its relevance for years.
Casey Weldon Higher Ground AP Archival Print by Casey Weldon
Purchase Higher Ground AP Artist Proof Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Paper by Urban Pop Artist Casey Weldon Modern Artwork. AP Artist Proof 2019 Signed & Marked AP Artwork Size 24x20 420 Holiday Marijuana/Cannabis Special Rolling Mouaintians In Joint Paper. Casey Weldon, an artist who has made significant strides in the world of urban pop art, brings forth a masterpiece titled "Higher Ground." Created in 2019, this evocative piece intertwines the beauty of nature with contemporary subcultures, presenting a visual narrative that challenges perceptions and evokes thought. In "Higher Ground," the viewer is met with an intricately detailed mountainous landscape, its lush greenery and cascading waterfalls perfectly captured. However, what sets this piece apart is its ingenious presentation: the pristine scene is depicted on a rolling paper, held delicately between two fingers, alluding to the 420 marijuana/cannabis culture. The artwork, an AP Artist Proof, signifies a variant of the print that is usually reserved for the artist, adding to its exclusivity and allure for collectors. Rendered using archival pigment printing on 290gsm Moab Entrada Paper, every detail, shade, and nuance of the original creation is preserved. This method ensures not only the longevity of the print but also a visual experience that remains true to the artist's vision. With dimensions of 24x20 inches, "Higher Ground" seamlessly blends grandeur with intimacy. Weldon's innovative approach to artistry shines in this piece, as he juxtaposes the natural world's tranquility with the edginess of urban subcultures. By integrating the symbolic act of rolling with the serenity of mountains, he crafts a commentary on escapism, recreation, and the pursuit of elevated experiences. "Higher Ground" stands as a testament to the ever-evolving landscape of modern art, where tradition and contemporary motifs find a harmonious coexistence.
Purchase Five Modes Of Transport Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Brandon Boyd pop culture LSD artwork. Brandon Boyd’s work as a singer, songwriter, both as a solo artist and with his platinum-selling rock band, is well documented and universally acclaimed. But now his other life’s work -- that of a painter -- has been garnering increasing attention and devoted audiences of its own.
Tran Nguyen Rest Archival Print by Tran Nguyen
Purchase Rest Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Paper by Artist Tran Nguyen Modern Artwork. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 20x20 Archival Print Tran Nguyen, an artist renowned in the spheres of modern, pop, and street art, offers a mesmerizing visual experience with "Rest." Crafted in 2019, this piece encapsulates the haunting beauty and intricate detailing for which Nguyen is celebrated. The artwork showcases a juxtaposition of life and mortality, symbolized by the ethereal figure of a woman and a skeletal figure, both enveloped in a tapestry of flowing hair and ornate patterns. The vivid contrasts of dark backgrounds against the pale, luminescent skin of the woman, and the opulent greens evoke emotions of serenity, contemplation, and the inexorable intertwining of life, death, and nature. The print, titled "Rest," stands as a testament to the prowess of archival pigment printing, known for capturing every nuance and stroke of the original masterpiece. Utilizing 290gsm Moab Entrada Paper, a medium revered for its ability to hold rich colors and provide an impeccable texture, the artwork promises longevity and a pristine visual appeal. Each piece, measuring a balanced 20x20 inches, becomes a statement of elegance and profundity, perfect for art aficionados and collectors alike. Further enhancing its allure, "Rest" is a limited edition offering, with only 50 prints available worldwide. Each of these prints is meticulously signed and numbered by Tran Nguyen, ensuring authenticity and exclusivity. The artwork serves as a sublime representation of Nguyen's artistry, where the realms of the real and the ethereal meld, provoking introspection about existence, beauty, and the transient nature of life.
Tavar Zawacki- Above Above Wynwood x Wilson SBLIV Football Sports Ball Art Object by Fluke
Purchase Wynwood x Wilson SBLIV Football- Above Limited Edition NFL Sports Sculpture Artwork by modern street artist pop graffiti artist Tavar Zawacki (Above). 2019 Edition of 100, Print on Football, Signed. Wynwood Walls, Wilson, and the NFL have teamed up to create limited edition footballs for Super Bowl LIV. In collaboration with Wynwood Walls artists, Wilson and the NFL created these limited-edition footballs inspired by the iconic style and colorful culture of Miami. Using artists based around the world, these footballs put an international perspective on a uniquely American game that has become a global spectacle.
Purchase An Empire In Decline Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Rag Bright Paper by Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Al Diaz x Jilly Ballistic. Al Diaz & Jilly Ballistic "AN EMPIRE IN DECLINE" - Limited Edition, Archival Print - 8 x 24" AN EMPIRE IN DECLINE • Autographed archival pigment print • Printed on Moab Entrada Rag Bright 290 GSM archival paper • 8 x 24 inches Hand-signed and numbered by artists Al Diaz and Jilly Ballistic in a limited edition of 40
Purchase The Day When Time Stood Still Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 290gsm Moab Rag Fine Art Paper by Jana Brike Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "The painting title is a complete paradox, of course. It is connected to my perception of reality in meditative states. The actual theme is based both, on the girl-tribe relationship, and loosely on three graces story. It explores what is beauty to me. Beauty is a feeling. It is not to be merely pretty. It includes bravery, and wisdom, and strength, and imperfections that make one unique. Beauty is a feeling, and you need a feeling to perceive it. Beauty is a heart shining out, and you need your heart’s eye open to see it. This piece definitely was more ambitious than any of my previous work. More detailed. Also, before this one, I rarely if ever painted more than one figure. My characters were always lonely, trapped within their own self-sufficient universe. Starting from this one, relationships between the characters in my work have become more and more important for me." - Jana Brike
Purchase Cybertronic Spree 2019 Music Limited Edition Gig Poster 8-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen on Foil Paper Print Artwork on Fine Art Paper by Tim Doyle for The Cybertronic Spree, Transformers band. Small crease to the extreme left facing lower corner out of the image.
Jessica Hess Last Stop Archival Print by Jessica Hess
Purchase Last Stop Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on 290gsm Moab Entrada Rag Bright Fine Art Paper by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Jessica Hess. 2020 Signed Limited Edition Last Stop • Autographed archival pigment print • Printed on Moab Entrada Rag Bright 290 GSM archival paper • 18 x 24 inches Hand-signed and numbered by artist Jessica Hess in a limited edition of 25
Purchase Mobius White PP Printer Proof Silkscreen Print by Lauren YS Hand-Pulled 3-Color Screen Print on 290gsm Coventry Rag Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Artwork & Graffiti. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & PP Marked Limited Edition Run Artwork Size 18x14 Lauren YS and the 'Mobius White PP' Silkscreen Print The 'Mobius White PP' is a striking silkscreen print by the artist Lauren YS, part of a limited edition series that showcases a blend of pop art vibrancy and the edgy undercurrents of street art and graffiti. This hand-pulled 4-color screen print on 290gsm Coventry Rag fine art paper, released as a Printer's Proof (PP) in 2019, vividly represents the artist's unique style. Signed and marked PP, the artwork measures 18x14 inches and features an intricate depiction of interlocking octopuses, a motif often explored by Lauren YS in their work. Visual Complexity and Symbolism Lauren YS, also known as Squid.licker, is recognized for their bold, intricate designs and a penchant for surreal, dream-like subject matter that defies traditional narrative. The 'Mobius White PP' is no exception, presenting the viewer with a mesmerizing tableau of cephalopods entangled in an infinite loop. The use of the Mobius strip, a one-sided nonorientable surface, adds a layer of complexity, suggesting infinity, continuity, and the cyclical nature of existence. The choice of octopuses as the focal point is rich with symbolism. These creatures are often associated with mystery and flexibility, characteristics that resonate with street pop art's fluid and dynamic nature. Incorporating vibrant pink and blue hues against the stark white paper creates a visual pop, emphasizing the fluidity and movement within the static image. Artistic Process and Technique Lauren YS's approach to this print, utilizing the screen printing technique, indicates a hands-on process that is both artisanal and precise. The screen printing technique, particularly revered in street and pop art for its ability to produce vivid, textured layers of color, lends this work a tactile quality that belies its two-dimensional medium. Each color in the 'Mobius White PP' is applied one at a time, requiring exact alignment to achieve the final image's detail and depth. The choice of Coventry Rag paper underscores the artist's commitment to quality and longevity. This particular type of paper is favored by fine artists for its durability and ability to hold color without degradation, making it an ideal choice for a print intended to stand the test of time. Lauren YS's Place in Contemporary Art In the contemporary art scene, Lauren YS has carved out a space that transcends easy categorization, melding influences from comic books, muralism, and traditional Japanese and Chinese aesthetics. The 'Mobius White PP' exemplifies their ability to navigate and merge these diverse visual languages into a cohesive whole that speaks to a global audience. As a limited edition Printer's Proof, 'Mobius White PP' holds a special place in Lauren YS's works collection. The printers typically retain printer's Proofs as a reference and are often seen as a more intimate version of a print edition, carrying the marks of the printing process itself. The PP designation on this print signifies its status not only as part of a limited run but also as a piece that bears the direct touch of the artist. In the broader context of street pop and graffiti artwork, 'Mobius White PP' is a testament to the genre's evolving nature. Lauren YS's work continues to push the boundaries of how street art is perceived and experienced in public spaces and the collectors market. This print, with its interplay of street art sensibilities and fine art execution, captures the essence of this dynamic and continues to inspire dialogue within the art community.
Purchase Sunset On The 5 And The 110 PP Archival Print by Stephanie Buer Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition Artwork Size 20x13 Archival Pigment Fine Art Stephanie Buer's "Sunset On The 5 And The 110 ": A Moment Captured in Urban Landscape Stephanie Buer's "Sunset On The 5 And The 110" captures a moment in time, a snapshot where the urban landscape meets the transient beauty of the sunset. This archival print, produced in 2019, is a testament to Buer's dedication to exploring the often-overlooked nooks of city life. As a Printer's Proof (PP) on 290gsm Moab Entrada fine art paper, the work is part of a limited series that has been personally overseen and approved by the artist. Each print within this limited edition is signed and marked 'PP,' distinguishing it as a direct artifact of Buer's vision. Measuring 20x13 inches, the artwork is rendered with archival pigment, ensuring that the subtle gradations of light and the vividness of the urban graffiti are preserved. Buer is known for her detailed and nuanced portrayal of derelict and abandoned urban spaces, often focusing on the textural interplay between the natural world and human-made structures. Her work in "Sunset On The 5 And The 110" is emblematic of this style, as it meticulously depicts the convergence of nature and the urban environment at a specific moment. The print showcases Buer's ability to capture the essence of street pop and graffiti artwork within a fine art context, inviting contemplation on the transient nature of the urban sprawl and the art that adorns it. The interplay of Light and Texture in Buer's Work Buer's attention to detail is evident in the realistic rendering of the scene. The contrast between the organic silhouettes of the hills and the concrete geometry of the overpass is softened by the warm hues of the sunset, encapsulating the dialogue between the built environment and the natural one. The graffiti, a hallmark of street art, is depicted not as an act of vandalism but as an intrinsic part of the urban tapestry. This perspective indicates Buer's approach to her subjects, where elements often seen as decay are portrayed with a sense of dignity and inherent beauty. The choice of Moab Entrada fine art paper speaks to the quality and longevity of the print. Known for its premium feel and ability to hold pigments without degradation, the paper complements Buer's intricate and layered technique. The archival pigment used in the printmaking process ensures that the work's refined details, down to the texture of the concrete and the fading light of the sky, are captured with fidelity. Reflections of Street Pop Art in Buer's "Sunset On The 5 And The 110" Buer's work stands at the intersection of street pop art and fine art, incorporating elements from both to create something transcending either category. "Sunset On The 5 And The 110" does not simply document a scene; it communicates the silent narratives within urban spaces. The graffiti present in the artwork is a nod to the street artists and an acknowledgment of the layers of history and expression that they contribute to the cityscape. "Sunset On The 5 And The 110" by Stephanie Buer is a poignant reminder of the beauty found in transient moments within the urban landscape. As a Printer's Proof, it holds an exceptional value for collectors and admirers of Buer's work, offering a tangible connection to her artistic process. Buer elevates the every day to the extraordinary by portraying the interplay between light, texture, and structure, inviting viewers to see the world around them through a lens of nuanced appreciation. Her work continues to resonate within the spheres of street pop art and graffiti artwork, capturing the quiet magnificence of scenes that might otherwise go unnoticed.
Purchase Wavelengths Sunrise PP Printer Proof HPM Hand Embellished Print Silkscreen Print by Erik Otto Hand-Pulled 4-Color Screen Print on Deckled 335gsm Coventry Rag Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Artwork & Graffiti. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & Marked PP HPM Hand Embellished Print Limited Edition Run Artwork Size 16x20 Erik Otto's "Wavelengths Sunrise": A Harmonious Blend of Artistic Disciplines Erik Otto's "Wavelengths Sunrise" is a striking example of the convergence of pop street artwork, graffiti, and delicate art sensibilities. Released as a Printer's Proof (PP) in 2019, this hand-embellished silkscreen print is part of a limited edition series that captures the essence of contemporary art's diverse expressions. The hand-pulled print features a four-color screen process on deckled 335gsm Coventry Rag fine art paper. The artwork size is 16x20 inches, a dimension that allows the intricate patterns and vibrant colors to stand out, engaging the viewer in a visual dialogue. This PP HPM (Hand-Painted Multiple) print is a testament to Otto's craftsmanship and attention to detail. Each print in the series is signed and marked by the artist, indicating its status as a unique work within the edition. Hand embellishment means that while the prints are part of a series, each piece contains individual strokes of the artist's brush, adding a layer of exclusivity and personal touch that collectors and enthusiasts highly value. Integrating Fine Art Techniques with Street Art Aesthetics The "Wavelengths Sunrise" print illustrates Otto's ability to blend the precision of fine art printmaking with the spontaneity and boldness characteristic of street pop art and graffiti. The deckled edges of the Coventry Rag paper contribute to the print's tactile quality, imbuing the work with an organic feel that contrasts with the meticulous screen printing process. The choice of paper is crucial, as Coventry Rag is known for its durability and luxurious texture, making it an excellent medium for silkscreen printing. Otto's choice of a four-color screen print process allows for the layering of colors, creating a depth and complexity that mimics the dynamism of a sunrise. The process also nods to the origins of pop art and its embrace of mass production techniques, yet Otto's hand embellishments ensure that each print remains a singular piece of art. The result is a harmonious balance between uniformity and individuality, mass production, and artisanal creation. The Visual Language of "Wavelengths Sunrise" in the Art World "Wavelengths Sunrise" speaks the visual language of motion and rhythm through its concentric patterns and waves, a motif that resonates with street art's fluidity and ever-changing nature. The work's title itself suggests a natural phenomenon that is both constant and variable, much like the street art scene that continually evolves and adapts to the cultural zeitgeist. Otto's print captures this essence, inviting contemplation on the cyclical patterns in nature, art, and urban life. In summary, Erik Otto's "Wavelengths Sunrise" stands as a captivating piece within pop street artwork and graffiti. As a limited edition PP HPM print, it bridges the gap between street art's immediacy and fine art printmaking's calculated finesse. Otto's work reflects the current state of street pop art, where traditional boundaries are redefined, and new forms of artistic expression emerge. His contribution to the art world with "Wavelengths Sunrise" is a vibrant testament to the potential of modern art to innovate and inspire across various platforms and audiences.
Scott Listfield Island Of Aladdin Sane PP Archival Print by Scott Listfield
Purchase Island Of Aladdin Sane PP Printer Proof Archival Print by Scott Listfield Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition Artwork Size 15x12 Archival Pigment Fine Art Scott Listfield's "Island Of Aladdin Sane" "Island Of Aladdin Sane" by Scott Listfield is a limited edition archival print that interweaves pop culture imagery with the enigmatic presence of his astronaut subject. As a Printer's Proof from 2019, signed and distinctly marked, this artwork captures a moment of contemplation, featuring the astronaut gazing upon the iconic visage of David Bowie's Aladdin Sane character etched into a solitary island. Printed on 290gsm Moab Entrada fine art paper, the piece measures 15x12 inches, and its limited availability adds to its collectibility and significance as a modern artwork within pop, street, and graffiti art.
Cope2- Fernando Carlo New York City Subway Maps IV PP HPM Print by Cope2- Fernando Carlo
Purchase New York City Subway Maps IV PP Printers Proof Limited Edition Spray Paint Hand-Embellished HPM Archival Pigment Prints on Moab Fine Art Paper by Cope2 Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition Artwork Size 17x24. New York City Subway Maps IV, Archival pigment print in colors with hand-embellishments on Moab Fine Art paper Cope2's Artistic Legacy in "New York City Subway Maps IV PP Printers Proof" The "New York City Subway Maps IV PP Printers Proof" by Cope2 represents a confluence of street authenticity and artistic innovation within modern Pop Art. The 2019 Printers Proof edition, signed and marked by the artist, is a limited series that pays homage to the raw spirit of New York's street culture. The artwork, measuring 17x24 inches, is a hand-embellished archival pigment print on Moab Fine Art paper, echoing the gritty essence of urban life through vibrant spray paint and bold tagging styles. As a seminal Graffiti Street Art movement figure, Cope2's work encapsulates the city's visual vibrancy and chaotic energy that never sleeps. His "New York City Subway Maps IV" represents the iconic transit system and a canvas showcasing the layered history of graffiti that has become synonymous with the city's subways. The hand-embellishments signify Cope2's personal touch, making each piece a unique fragment of New York's urban narrative. Blending Traditional Techniques with Urban Aesthetics Cope2's Printers Proof edition blurs the lines between traditional printmaking techniques and the urban aesthetics of graffiti. By incorporating hand-embellishments, each print transcends its status as a mere reproduction, becoming a standalone work of art. The series showcases Cope2's versatility as an artist capable of adapting street capable of adapting street art's spontaneous natureine art printing. The "New York City Subway Maps IV" series is a cultural artifact that reflects the evolution of street art from an act of rebellion to a recognized form of artistic expression. Cope2's work has transitioned from the fleeting surfaces of subway cars to the permanence of fine art paper, enabling the transient nature of street art to be captured, preserved, and appreciated as part of contemporary art's expansive canon. The limited edition Printers Proof series is a testament to the enduring appeal of street art and its significance within the larger context of pop culture. It underscores the importance of preserving the ephemeral nature of graffiti while providing an accessible medium for art collectors and enthusiasts to engage with street art in a new way. In essence, Cope2's "New York City Subway Maps IV PP Printers Proof" is a vibrant homage to the streets of New York, a tangible slice of the city's artistic soul. Through his work, Cope2 continues to play a pivotal role in shaping the narrative of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork, ensuring that the voices of the streets are heard and celebrated in galleries and collections across the globe. His artwork remains a dynamic intersection of color, form, and urban storytelling, capturing the city's pulse in each spray-painted line and hand-drawn tag.
Purchase Mobius Teal PP Printer Proof Silkscreen Print by Lauren YS Hand-Pulled 3-Color Screen Print on 290gsm Coventry Rag Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Artwork & Graffiti. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & PP Marked Limited Edition Run Artwork Size 18x14 The Artistic Vision of Lauren YS in 'Mobius Teal PP' Lauren YS's 'Mobius Teal PP' emerges as a striking example of contemporary pop street artwork, blending the fluidity of graffiti with the meticulous process of silkscreen printing. This Printer's Proof (PP), hand-pulled and marked by the artist in 2019, embodies a limited edition three-color screen print on 290gsm Coventry Rag fine art paper. Signed and denoting its unique status in the edition run, the artwork's dimensions of 18x14 inches frame a visual narrative that is both surreal and expressive. Symbolism in 'Mobius Teal PP' The 'Mobius Teal PP' print by Lauren YS is a testament to their fascination with the surreal and the marine, featuring a vivid portrayal of octopuses in an infinite loop. The title, 'Mobius,' refers to the Möbius strip, a surface with only one side and one boundary component, symbolizing infinity, continuity, and the cyclic nature of the universe. This concept is elegantly captured through the interweaving tentacles of the octopuses, which are depicted in a state of perpetual motion against the contrasting teal background. The choice of color in 'Mobius Teal PP' is not merely aesthetic but intentional, with the teal acting as a backdrop that conjures the depths of the ocean—a realm full of mystery and often associated with the unconscious mind. The juxtaposition of the pink and black inks adds a dynamic vibrancy to the print, emphasizing the fluidity and grace of the cephalopods, creatures known for their intelligence and adaptability. Lauren YS's Technique and Medium Lauren YS employs the silkscreen printing technique with finesse, a method traditionally linked with the pop art movement and the grassroots dissemination of street art. Each layer of color in the 'Mobius Teal PP' is meticulously applied, showcasing the artist's hands-on approach and commitment to precision. Coventry Rag paper, a medium known for its quality and durability, ensures that each print remains a lasting artifact of the artist's vision, retaining the vibrancy of the inks over time. The significance of a Printer's Proof in the art world cannot be understated. PPs are typically reserved for the artist's personal use or archival purposes and are often considered more valuable due to their rarity and direct involvement in their production. The PP mark on 'Mobius Teal PP' indicates its status as part of a select group of prints that precede the official limited edition run, sought after by collectors for their proximity to the artist's original intent. Impact and Legacy in Street Pop Art The 'Mobius Teal PP' holds a place of importance in the oeuvre of Lauren YS and within the broader context of street pop art. The artist's work blurs the boundaries between the subversive energy of street art and the calculated precision of fine art printing, creating pieces that resonate with a broad audience. Lauren YS's contributions to the field reflect a contemporary evolution of street pop art, where traditional graffiti merges with avant-garde aesthetics to form new artistic expressions. As an artist, Lauren YS stands at the forefront of this evolution, pushing the boundaries of street pop art and graffiti into new territories. 'Mobius Teal PP,' with its intricate design and profound symbolism, is a beacon of the limitless potential within these art forms. It is a celebration of the medium's ability to decorate urban landscapes and convey complex, introspective narratives through the interplay of ink and imagination.
Purchase Black Sabbath Printers Select PP Printer Proof Silkscreen Print by Jim Houser Hand-Pulled 8-Color Screen Print on 290gsm Stonehenge Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Artwork & Graffiti. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & PP Marked Limited Edition Run Artwork Size 12x12 Jim Houser's Fusion of Music and Art in "Black Sabbath Printers Select PP" The "Black Sabbath Printers Select PP Printer Proof" is a vibrant silkscreen print by Jim Houser that epitomizes the fusion of pop culture and visual art within the Street Pop Art and Graffiti genres. As a hand-pulled 8-color screen print on the esteemed 290gsm Stonehenge art paper, this 2019 work captures the essence of the legendary rock band Black Sabbath through Houser's unique artistic lens. The limited edition print, sized at an accessible 12x12 inches, reflects a meticulous process, ensuring each color is laid down with precision, resulting in a piece that pulsates with the energy of both the music it represents and the urban streets from which this art form originated. Jim Houser's Visual Interpretation of Rock Legacy The print was signed and marked 'PP' to denote its status as a Printer's Proof and stands out as a collector's item. Printer Proofs are traditionally proofs set aside for the printer's records. Still, in the art world, these proofs are often considered more valuable due to their rarity and the artist's direct involvement. The "Printers Select" suggests a choice cut, a piece that stands apart, often with unique traits that the standard edition prints do not possess. Houser's rendition of Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" is a tribute to the band and a statement piece that intersects the realms of music, pop art, and graffiti. Street Pop Art & Graffiti's Tribute to Icons By featuring "Black Sabbath" within the Street Pop Art and Graffiti context, Houser contributes to a long-standing tradition where these visual art forms often pay homage to cultural icons. This piece extends beyond mere representation, entering a dialogue with viewers about the impact of music on public consciousness and its interplay with the visual narratives found in urban environments. Houser's work, therefore, is not just an artistic creation; it is a historical node that connects the vibrancy of street art with the pulsating rhythms of Black Sabbath's music, capturing the ethos of an era in a single, bold statement of color and form. In the contemporary art scene, Jim Houser's "Black Sabbath Printers Select PP" is a vivid example of how street pop art and graffiti can encapsulate and celebrate musical heritage. Through its bold aesthetic and limited availability, this print continues to resonate with collectors and enthusiasts who appreciate the convergence of sound and sight in the context of modern Street Pop Art and Graffiti.
Purchase Age Of Reason PP Printer Proof Archival Print by Dragon76 Limited Edition Print on 310gsm Museum Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition Artwork Size 14x14 Archival Pigment Fine Art Dissecting "Age Of Reason" by Dragon76 "Age Of Reason" is a profound Printer's Proof (PP) archival print from 2019, rendered by the artist known as Dragon76. As an embodiment of street pop art and graffiti artwork, this limited edition print is embellished on 310gsm Museum Fine Art Paper, a testament to its enduring quality and the artist's commitment to excellence. Signed and distinctly marked as a PP, it bears the hallmarks of a collector's piece, with a dimension of 14x14 inches, providing an intimate yet impactful scale for the viewer. Using archival pigment in fine art ensures that the intricate details and complex color palette remain vivid over time. Convergence of Themes in Modern Artwork Dragon76, renowned for his unique aesthetic that marries elements of street art with classical delicate art sensibilities, presents a tapestry of modern societal issues through the "Age Of Reason." The artwork is a visual commentary steeped in symbolism and layered with multiple motifs that tackle the zeitgeist of contemporary society. The title is a call to rational thought in an era seemingly filled with confusion and conflict. Each element within the print—from the aggressive imagery to the iconic symbols of power and rebellion—conveys a narrative about the struggle for reason in a world marred by chaos. Symbolism and Storytelling in Street Art This piece stands out as a cultural artifact that encapsulates the spirit of street pop art. Dragon76 utilizes the canvas to question and critique, engaging with themes of political power, social unrest, and the quest for peace. The imagery converges to form a battleground of ideas, where each symbol vies for dominance in the viewer's mind. "Age Of Reason" serves not only as a work of art but as a catalyst for discourse, embodying the very essence of what graffiti artwork strives to accomplish—sparking conversation and provoking thought. The intricate layering and juxtaposition of elements indicate the complex realities faced globally, prompting introspection about the state of humanity. Through a blend of text, iconography, and figuration, Dragon76's print invites the audience to dissect the varied components, each serving as a puzzle piece to the broader message he aims to convey. The use of fine art materials elevates the print beyond the transient nature of traditional street art. By choosing a durable medium typically reserved for high art, Dragon76 bridges the gap between the ephemeral and the permanent, allowing "Age Of Reason" to resonate with graffiti's impermanence and fine art's lasting nature. In doing so, he positions street art within the larger context of art history, ensuring its place in the ongoing narrative of artistic expression. In sum, "Age Of Reason" by Dragon76 is a testament to the power of street pop art and graffiti artwork to reflect and challenge societal norms. It is a visual compendium of contemporary struggles, encapsulated in a format that defies the fleeting nature of street art, designed to endure both in physical form and in the impact it has on its audience. Through this piece, Dragon76 extends an invitation to ponder, question, and ultimately reason.
Purchase $? IV PP Archival Print by DAIM Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition Artwork Size 14x21 Archival Pigment Fine Art DAIM's "$? IV": A Fusion of Abstract Graffiti and Fine Art "$? IV," a Printer's Proof (PP) archival print by the artist DAIM, represents the evolving landscape of street pop art and graffiti artwork, manifesting the complex interplay between abstract art and street culture. This limited edition print on 290gsm Moab Entrada fine art paper exhibits a modern approach to graffiti, highlighting DAIM's signature style at the forefront of the graffiti art movement. Created in 2019, this artwork, sized 14x21 inches, is a convergence of dynamic forms and a meticulous technique that results in a piece of profound depth and sophistication. DAIM's work is characterized by its 3D lettering style, which breaks down letters and words into constituent shapes and reconstructs them into forms that play with perspective and depth. His technical skill is evident in the precision of the lines and the way light and shadow are used to create an illusion of three-dimensionality. This particular piece from the "$? IV" series is marked by the artist as a PP, denoting its exclusivity and direct connection to DAIM himself. Each print is signed, infusing it with a sense of authenticity and individuality highly prized in fine art prints. The Intersection of Technique and Innovation in DAIM's Work The choice of Moab Entrada fine art paper is intentional, chosen for its ability to capture the vibrant archival pigments that DAIM employs. This type of paper is favored for its archival qualities, ensuring that the artwork resists deterioration over time and maintains its color fidelity. The archival pigment delicate art print process ensures that the dynamic contrast and vivid colors of DAIM's artwork remain as impactful as the day they were printed. The complexity of his compositions, featuring interlocking shapes and a rich interplay of colors, testifies to the sophisticated evolution of graffiti art from its street origins to a recognized form of contemporary fine art. DAIM's practice involves a meticulous planning process, where digital tools are employed to conceptualize the work before it is executed. This process allows for detail and precision, often challenging with traditional graffiti methods. In his finished works, DAIM maintains the spontaneity and energy of street art while also demonstrating the control and intentionality of fine art. DAIM's Influence on Contemporary Street Pop Art DAIM's contributions to street pop art and graffiti are monumental, pushing the boundaries of how graffiti is perceived and what it can achieve visually and conceptually. His works, such as "$? IV," serve as benchmarks for artists working within the genre and beyond, marrying the rebellious spirit of street art with the meticulousness of fine art. The print embodies the artist's exploration of language, communication, and the visual power of the written word, all common themes in street pop art. In summary, "$? IV" by DAIM is a testament to the intricate relationship between street art and fine art. It challenges traditional boundaries and exemplifies the potential of street pop art to engage in a deeper, more nuanced visual conversation. As a PP archival print, it holds a special place in the artist's body of work, offering a unique piece of DAIM's artistic journey for collectors and enthusiasts to treasure. The artwork is a vibrant example of how contemporary artists can navigate multiple worlds, creating pieces rooted in the urban experience while speaking the language of fine art.
Purchase Modern Hieroglyphics Graffiti Black PP Printers Proof Foil Block Print by Mike Giant Limited Edition 1-Color on Classic Crest Eggshell Neenah Fine Art Paper Solar White Graffiti Street Pop Artwork. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition Artwork Size 18x24 Black Foil Block Print. Mike Giant's "Modern Hieroglyphics Graffiti Black PP Printers Proof" "Modern Hieroglyphics Graffiti Black PP Printers Proof" by Mike Giant is a striking representation of contemporary visual language within the Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork movement. This 2019 limited edition black foil block print, marked as a Printer's Proof and signed by the artist, embodies a lexicon of street culture iconography on Classic Crest Eggshell Neenah Fine Art Paper Solar White. The artwork, sized at 18x24 inches, comprises a 1-color palette that stands in bold relief against the fine art paper, each element meticulously chosen to convey a narrative intrinsic to the street art ethos. The concept of modern hieroglyphics, presented by Mike Giant, is a profound commentary on the universal language of symbols prevalent in urban landscapes. His work distills the essence of graffiti art into a collection of iconic images that resonate with the experiences and aesthetics of street culture. Each symbol, from characters wearing checkered Vans and wielding spray cans to stylized tags and emblems, is a testament to the vibrant subcultures that inform and inspire street art. Crafting a Visual Lexicon: The Art of Mike Giant In crafting this visual lexicon, Mike Giant draws on myriad influences, from tattoo artistry to skate culture, each carefully rendered in his distinctive black line work. This edition's Printer's Proof status adds a layer of exclusivity, denoting a work that precedes the main edition, checked for quality and fidelity to the artist's original vision. Black foil block printing adds a reflective, textural quality to the work, creating a play of light and shadow that brings each symbol to life. The "Modern Hieroglyphics" series by Mike Giant stands as a modern-day codex, a collection of symbols that encapsulate the narratives and identities of those who inhabit the urban environment. His approach is meticulous, each line delivered with precision and intent, mirroring graffiti art's calculated yet free-spirited nature. In this way, Giant's work is both a homage to and a continuation of the rich tradition of street art, a genre that thrives on the immediacy of visual communication. The "Modern Hieroglyphics Graffiti Black PP Printers Proof" celebrates street culture, rendered through the refined technique of foil block printing on fine art paper. Mike Giant's work transcends the boundaries between street art and fine art, asserting the value and complexity of the graffiti aesthetic. His commitment to the iconography of street culture ensures that the narratives of this vibrant art form continue to be shared and appreciated within the broader context of contemporary art. Through his "Modern Hieroglyphics," Mike Giant not only documents the symbols of the street but elevates them, allowing the language of graffiti to speak with clarity and sophistication to audiences both within and beyond the urban landscape.
Purchase Modern Hieroglyphics Graffiti Copper PP Printers Proof Foil Block Print by Mike Giant Limited Edition 1-Color on Classic Crest Eggshell Neenah Fine Art Paper Patriot Blue Graffiti Street Pop Artwork. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition Artwork Size 18x24 Copper Foil Block Print. Mike Giant's "Modern Hieroglyphics Graffiti Copper PP Printers Proof" Mike Giant's "Modern Hieroglyphics Graffiti Copper PP Printers Proof" is a reflective exploration of urban culture through foil block printing. This 2019 signed and marked Printer's Proof captures the essence of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork on a scale that resonates with fine art collectors and enthusiasts of urban art forms. The limited edition piece, with dimensions of 18x24 inches, is a singular representation of the artist's vision, cast in a striking copper foil on Classic Crest Eggshell Neenah Fine Art Paper Solar White. The composition is a testament to Giant's renowned ability to synthesize many symbols and icons deeply ingrained in street culture. The copper foil used in the print adds a luxurious, metallic quality to the work, highlighting each element with a shimmer that contrasts beautifully against the deep blue background. The use of a single color emphasizes the intricate details of the print, allowing each icon to stand out while collectively contributing to a cohesive narrative. Celebrating Street Culture Through Iconography In "Modern Hieroglyphics," Mike Giant effectively creates a visual lexicon that translates the complex language of street culture into a series of universally recognizable symbols. The work is reminiscent of ancient hieroglyphics in its attempt to document and communicate through imagery; however, the icons chosen are distinctly contemporary, reflecting the artist's immersion in the iconography of skateboarding, tattoo culture, and graffiti. The Printer's Proof designation indicates a print used to verify the quality before the entire run is produced. It is a rare piece, often held in high regard due to its proximity to the artist's original intent. The hand-signing and marking by Giant authenticate the print's originality and his direct involvement in its creation, offering a connection between the artist and the collector. Mike Giant's work stands as a bold statement within Street Pop Art, where graffiti's aesthetic and thematic elements are preserved and celebrated. His use of foil block printing introduces a traditional technique to a modern art form, bridging past and present artistic practices. The "Modern Hieroglyphics Graffiti Copper PP Printers Proof" reflects the vibrant lifeblood of the streets and exemplifies the potential for street art to transcend its origins and find a place within the broader narrative of contemporary art. Through this piece, Giant contributes to the ongoing dialogue about the place of graffiti and street culture in the art world, ensuring these voices are not only heard but also visually immortalized.
Purchase Meat is Done, Not People! Limited Edition 2-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Tim Doyle Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art.
Purchase Ceci N'est Pas Une Spongebob PP Archival Print by Shark Toof Limited Edition Print on 310gsm Museum Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition Artwork Size 24x18 Archival Pigment Fine Art. "Ceci N'est Pas Une Spongebob, This Is Not A Spongebob" Decoding "Ceci N'est Pas Une SpongeBob" by Shark Toof "Ceci N'est Pas Une SpongeBob" is a provocative piece by the renowned street pop artist Shark Toof, challenging the boundaries of pop culture iconography within the context of modern street art. The artwork is a Printer's Proof (PP) archival print from 2019, meticulously signed and marked by the artist, denoting its status as a rare collector's item. Printed on 310gsm Museum Fine Art Paper, this piece exemplifies the high-quality medium Shark Toof employs to ensure durability and depth of color, crucial for the archival pigment fine art that this work represents. A Fusion of Street Art and Pop Culture This piece is a testament to the collision of street pop art and graffiti artwork with mainstream pop culture symbols. Shark Toof takes the universally recognized figure of SpongeBob SquarePants and distorts it, presenting an image that both acknowledges and subverts the original character. The title itself, a nod to René Magritte's "The Treachery of Images," prompts viewers to question the nature of representation and reality in art. Shark Toof's work suggests that the image of SpongeBob we see is not the character itself but a representation skewed by the artist's perspective and the cultural context in which it is viewed. Shark Toof's Artistic Commentary In "Ceci N'est Pas Une SpongeBob," Shark Toof is not simply replicating a beloved character; he is initiating a dialogue about the saturation of media icons in society and the consumption of these images. The distortion and decomposition of SpongeBob's features invite the audience to reflect on how mass media shapes and sometimes distorts our perceptions. This work captures the spirit of street pop art by using graffiti artwork's spontaneous and rebellious essence to comment on and criticize phenomena. The layered textures and vibrant colors reveal the complex relationship between commercial imagery and artistic expression. The art piece explores the tension between street art's ephemeral nature and fine art prints' enduring quality. Shark Toof bridges two seemingly disparate worlds by choosing SpongeBob, an icon from an animated children's show, and placing it in the sophisticated realm of limited edition prints. This juxtaposition challenges the viewer's understanding of what constitutes 'legitimate' art, questioning the hierarchies within the art world. Through "Ceci N'est Pas Une SpongeBob," Shark Toof contributes to the discourse on the value and significance of street pop art and graffiti artwork in contemporary culture. By recontextualizing a figure from the lexicon of popular media, he endows it with new meaning and elevates it within the art canon. This artwork is a visual spectacle with an intellectual engagement, prompting conversations about the nature of art, media's influence, and street art's power to transform and transcend ordinary objects and characters into extraordinary pieces of cultural commentary.
Purchase The Residue Of Arrogance PP Printers Proof Archival Print by Eddie Colla Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. PP Printer Proof 2019 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition Artwork Size 14x24 Archival Pigment Fine Art Eddie Colla's 'The Residue Of Arrogance': A Commentary in Print Eddie Colla's 'The Residue Of Arrogance' PP (Printer's Proof) archival print is a limited edition piece that communicates a powerful narrative through street pop art. Signed and marked by the artist in 2019, this print on fine art paper, 14x24 inches, uses archival pigment for longevity. The artwork explores themes such as identity, resistance, and societal structures, which are central to Colla's work. His art often reflects on the impact of commercialism and the intrusion of public spaces, creating dialogues around the power dynamics of visual culture. This piece is yet another example of Colla's ability to blend fine art with street art's energy and social consciousness.
Scott Listfield Rainbow Two PP Archival Print by Scott Listfield
Purchase Rainbow Two PP Printer Proof Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 310gsm Moab Fine Art Paper by Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Scott Listfield. PP Printer Proof 2019 Signed & Marked PP Limited EditionArchival Pigment Print on 290gsm Moab Fine Art Paper Size: 12x18 Inches Release: November 22, 2019 "Weirdly enough, I was thinking about the color palette from Thor: Ragnarok. It's one of my favorite movies from the past couple of years, and it's got a wonderful, bright, 70's psychedelic space vibe in some of the set designs and movie posters. I wanted to grab that exuberant rainbow and see how it fit into this starry world I was working on." ––Scott Listfield Exploring the Chromatic Narratives of Scott Listfield's "Rainbow Two" Scott Listfield's "Rainbow Two PP Printer Proof" is a striking piece in modern pop street graffiti art. Released alongside its predecessor, "Rainbow One," on November 22, 2019, this limited edition archival pigment print is rendered on 310gsm Moab fine art paper. Signed and marked as a Printer's Proof, this 12x18 inch print is part of a limited edition, distinctive for its quality and rarity. Drawing inspiration from the vivid color scheme of "Thor: Ragnarok," Listfield captures a 70s psychedelic space aesthetic, weaving it into the fabric of his trademark starry landscapes. This print, featuring his iconic astronaut, continues Listfield's exploration of pop culture and societal themes set against the infinite tapestry of space.
Purchase Sidewalk Hymn PP Silkscreen Print by Jim Houser Hand-Pulled 7-Color Screen Print on 290gsm Coventry Rag Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Artwork & Graffiti. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & PP Marked Limited Edition Run Artwork Size 24x18 Sidewalk Hymn PP Silkscreen Print by Jim Houser: A Fusion of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artistry The "Sidewalk Hymn PP Silkscreen Print" by Jim Houser represents a remarkable convergence of street pop art and graffiti artwork, elements that define the contemporary urban art scene. This piece, a hand-pulled 7-color screen print, exemplifies the intricate process and meticulous craftsmanship that goes into creating fine art prints. Produced on 290gsm Coventry Rag fine art paper, the artwork resonates with the quality and texture that are hallmarks of high-end art pieces. Jim Houser, an artist whose name is synonymous with the street pop art movement, brings his distinctive style to this artwork. His approach often marries visual elements of graffiti, such as bold lines and vibrant colors, with the more structured and deliberate techniques of pop art. In the "Sidewalk Hymn," Houser's adept use of color and form captures the viewer's attention, drawing them into a world where street art's rebellious spirit coexists with pop art's refined aesthetics. The print is designated a Printer's Proof (PP), a term used in the art world to describe a special subset of prints set aside from the main edition for the artist's and printer's use. Typically, these proofs are marked 'PP' and are highly sought after by collectors for their rarity and unique position within the edition. The "Sidewalk Hymn" PP print, released in 2019, is part of a limited edition run. It is a coveted item for enthusiasts of Houser's work and collectors of street pop and graffiti artwork. Measuring 24x18 inches, the artwork is a significant size, allowing the viewer to immerse themselves in the detail and narrative of the piece. Each aspect of Houser's design is accentuated by the scale, from the intricate linework to the layered use of color, which all come together to form a cohesive and striking image. The limited edition nature of this print, combined with its PP marking and Houser's signature, elevates its status in the art world. It's a representation of Houser's artistic vision and a tangible piece of the history and evolution of street pop art and graffiti. The artwork is a testament to the genre's growing recognition and acceptance in the broader context of fine art. In summary, Jim Houser's "Sidewalk Hymn PP Silkscreen Print" is more than just a visual treat. It's a fusion of artistic disciplines, a blend of street savvy and OK art sophistication. The artwork stands as a powerful expression of contemporary urban art, capturing the dynamism and vitality of street pop art and graffiti in a format that appeals to art lovers and casual observers alike. Its limited edition status, PP marking, and the artist's signature make it a valuable and sought-after piece in modern art.
Purchase Black Sabbath Standard PP Printer Proof Silkscreen Print by Jim Houser Hand-Pulled 8-Color Screen Print on 290gsm Stonehenge Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Artwork & Graffiti. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & PP Marked Limited Edition Run Artwork Size 12x12 The Convergence of Music and Visual Art in Jim Houser's "Black Sabbath Standard PP" Jim Houser's "Black Sabbath Standard PP Printer Proof" is a striking representation of Street Pop Art and Graffiti, where the energetic pulse of music and the visual dynamism of art collide. This hand-pulled silkscreen print, created in 2019, encapsulates the spirit of the iconic band Black Sabbath through an 8-color process on 290gsm Stonehenge art paper, renowned for its smooth surface and resilience. Each piece in the limited edition run is uniquely signed and marked with 'PP' by Houser, indicating its status as a Printer's Proof—an exclusive subset of prints typically reserved for the artist's approval. Jim Houser's Artistic Signature in Pop Street Artwork Houser's artistry is palpable in the vivid colors and bold geometric shapes that animate the print, reflecting street art's raw, expressive nature and the rebellious undertones of Black Sabbath's music. The artwork size, a square 12x12 inches, mirrors the classic format of a vinyl record cover, creating a tangible connection between the auditory and the visual. This piece is not merely a print; it is a synthesis of pop culture iconography and the contemporary aesthetic of graffiti art, infusing the viewer's space with the essence of a musical era and the edginess of street art. Collecting the Culture: Limited Edition Street Pop Art The Printer's Proof designation of "Black Sabbath Standard PP" elevates its value within the collectors' market, as such proofs are rare and often differ subtly from the main edition. Houser's decision to sign and mark the print signifies a direct connection from the artist to the collector, which adds personal value and historical significance to the piece. The limited edition nature of the print positions it as a desirable object for enthusiasts of pop street artwork and graffiti, as well as fans of Black Sabbath, bringing together diverse audiences in their appreciation for crossover art forms. In the landscape of contemporary art, Jim Houser's "Black Sabbath Standard PP" is a powerful example of how the visual and the musical can interplay to create a new narrative form. The print is an homage to the enduring impact of Black Sabbath's music while showcasing Houser's mastery of the silkscreen technique and his innovative approach to street pop art. It is a piece that captures the zeitgeist of its time and continues to resonate with the pulsating energy of street art's visual storytelling.
Takashi Murakami TM/KK Doraemon Sitting Up Every Day is a Struggle Nobita Lithograph Print by Takashi Murakami TM/KK
Purchase Doraemon Sitting Up- Every Day is a Struggle Nobita Lithograph Print Limited Edition Artwork on Smooth Wove Art Paper by Artists Fujiko F Fujio x Takashi Murakami TM/KK. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 300 Lithograph Artwork Size 22.64x25.75 Takashi Murakami X Fujiko F. Fujio Doraemon Sitting Up: "Every Day is a Struggle, Nobita", 2019 Offset lithograph in colors on smooth wove paper 25-3/4 x 22-5/8 inches (65.4 x 57.5 cm) (sheet) Ed. 300 Signed and numbered in ink along lower edge Published by Kaikai Kiki Co. Ltd., Tokyo
Tavar Zawacki- Above Charlotte PP Archival Print by Tavar Zawacki- Above
Purchase Charlotte PP Printers Proof Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 290gsm Moab Rag Fine Art Paper by Tavar Zawacki- ABOVE Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. PP Printer Proof 2019 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition Artwork Size 18x18 Archival Pigment Print Artwork. Exploring 'Charlotte' by Tavar Zawacki-ABOVE: A PP Printers Proof Limited Edition Tavar Zawacki, under the moniker ABOVE, has significantly impacted the street pop art and graffiti art scene with his distinctive, geometrically charged artworks. The 'Charlotte PP Printer's Proof Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print' is a prime example of his work, marrying the spontaneity of street art with the precision of fine art printmaking. Produced in 2019, this artwork celebrates ABOVE's visual language, executed on 290gsm Moab Rag Fine Art Paper, renowned for its durability and exceptional color fidelity. The term 'PP,' or Printer's Proof, denotes a particular subset within a print edition, traditionally kept by the printers as a benchmark of the print run's quality. However, in modern practice, these proofs often become coveted collectibles due to their rarity and the insight they provide into the printmaking process. ABOVE's decision to create a Printer's Proof edition underscores his meticulous attention to detail and reverence for printmaking. ABOVE's Artistic Vision and Technique in 'Charlotte' The 'Charlotte' print reveals ABOVE's ability to create depth and optical illusions on a flat surface, encouraging viewers to engage with the piece actively. The 18x18-inch artwork features a mesmerizing spiral that pulls the eye inward, surrounded by angular shapes and bold colors that create a sense of movement and vitality. This print showcases ABOVE's signature style and represents his ongoing exploration of the possibilities within street pop art and graffiti artwork. Each signed and marked PP print signifies ABOVE's direct involvement and approval of the piece, offering collectors a personal connection to the artist's creative process. ABOVE has always been fascinated by the interaction between art and its audience, and 'Charlotte' manifests this interest. The artwork demands attention and contemplation, posing an implicit invitation to the viewer to decode its layers and the potential symbolism within its vibrant vortex. This level of engagement elevates ABOVE's work from mere wall decoration to a dynamic participant in the space it occupies. Cultural Resonance of ABOVE's PP Archival Pigment Prints ABOVE's foray into archival pigment prints with 'Charlotte' reflects the evolving landscape of street art. The permanence afforded by the high-quality archival paper and pigment inks ensures that the vibrancy and precision of the original artwork are preserved over time, much like the lasting impact street art aims to have on its urban canvases. This transition from ephemeral street art to enduring fine art print enables the dialogue started by the original piece to continue and expand within the collector's space. Moreover, the limited edition nature of 'Charlotte' amplifies its value within the art community, positioning it as a significant piece within ABOVE's oeuvre. Collectors and admirers of street pop art and graffiti artwork often seek out limited editions like this for their exclusivity and their inherent statement about preserving and celebrating street art. In essence, 'Charlotte' by Tavar Zawacki-ABOVE is a confluence of artistic innovation, technical skill, and cultural conversation. The PP Printer's Proof is a testament to the artist's dedication to his craft and his understanding of the collector's desire for intimacy with the art they choose to bring into their lives. It is a vibrant homage to the spirit of street art, encapsulating the energy of the streets while securing its place in the annals of modern pop art.
Cleon Peterson The Collaborator- White Serigraph Print by Cleon Peterson
Purchase The Collaborator- White Limited Edition Hand Pulled 2-Color Serigraph Print on 290gsm Coventry Rag Paper with Deckled Edges by Cleon Peterson Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. One character is observed standing up with cuffed hands raised above its head, the other one is located in the foreground, featuring the silhouette of a police officer sitting down while brandishing a rifle. Cleon Peterson’s world is full of merciless cruelty, chaotic debauchery, and a never-ending struggle to subvert power and oppression. His simple compositions entail complex connotations and an unsettling critique of society’s ever-growing disenfranchisement, isolation, and desperation. Looking at his work, one can easily understand that the artist is not advocating for violence, which he, instead weaponizes in the battle with apathy.
Ernesto Yerena Montejano- Hecho Con Ganas Flowering Dignity Silkscreen Print by Ernesto Yerena Montejano- Hecho Con Ganas
Purchase Flowering Dignity 4-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Ernesto Yerena Montejano (Hecho Con Ganas) Famous Mexican American Pop Artwork Artist. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 200 Size 18x24 "Flowering Dignity" stands as a testament to the vibrant confluence of cultural expression and political commentary, elements often inherent in the works of Ernesto Yerena Montejano, an artist whose roots extend into Mexican and American soils. His creation, a 4-color hand-pulled limited edition silkscreen print on fine art paper, embodies the ethos of Pop Art with its bold colors and graphic clarity. Yet, it also carries the raw, unfiltered voice found in street and graffiti art. Created in 2019, this artwork is not just a visual statement but a piece of cultural dialogue that resonates with themes of identity, dignity, and the flowering of the human spirit under the weight of societal challenges. Ernesto Yerena Montejano, operating under his studio name, Hecho Con Ganas, has etched his name in the annals of Chicano and Pop Art through his consistent output of visually compelling and thought-provoking artworks. His "Flowering Dignity" print, part of a limited edition of 200, is particularly significant. Measuring 18x24 inches, each piece is meticulously signed and numbered by the artist, underscoring the personal connection and authenticity that Montejano brings to his work. It is this authenticity that allows the artwork to resonate deeply with its audience, providing a unique aesthetic experience steeped in cultural significance. Montejano's work is characterized by a fusion of traditional motifs with contemporary issues, a visual commentary that mirrors the dual heritage many Mexican Americans navigate. In "Flowering Dignity," the central motif—a stylized flower—bursts with energy, its petals unfurling in a display of resilience and beauty. This imagery, juxtaposed against a backdrop of radiating lines, suggests an awakening, a burst of life and dignity against a structured, perhaps restrictive background. As a piece of Pop Art, it transcends mere decoration, symbolizing shared experience and solidarity within the community. As street art, it carries the spirit of rebellion and the voice of the underrepresented, speaking volumes from the walls it adorns to the galleries it graces.
Shepard Fairey- OBEY Exclamation- Large Format Serigraph Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY
Purchase Exclamation- Large Format Limited Edition Hand Pulled 2-Color Serigraph Print on Coventry Rag, 100% Cotton Custom Archival Paper with hand-deckled edges by Shepard Fairey Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. The evolution of Andre produced the simplified Obey icon face, the Obey star, and the Obey red box logo, which was inspired by the work of Barbara Kruger. These icons, along with various elements from the original sticker, became the building blocks of Shepard Fairey’s visual repertoire. Their repeated incorporation into the artwork is to mimics the strategic mechanism used by brands and advertising. Serigraph on Coventry Rag, 100% Cotton Custom Archival Paper with hand-deckled edges. 30 x 41 inches. Signed by Shepard Fairey. Numbered edition of 89.
Shepard Fairey- OBEY Bias by Numbers- 30X42 Large Format Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY
Purchase Bias by Numbers- Large Format 30X42 4-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Speckletone Art Paper by Shepard Fairey Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist. Signed & Numbered, Bias by Numbers 30 inches by 42 inches Edition of 89 June 3, 2019 “Bias by Numbers” addresses racial bias in policing, criminal justice, and media culture. Racial bias in policing and criminal justice has a long history, including stats like – black people being five times more likely to be stopped and searched than white people, and four times more likely to be subjected to unnecessary use of force, or four times more likely to be killed by the police when unarmed. The statistics revealing racial bias in prosecution and sentencing are compelling as well. Though recreational drug use is equally common in both predominantly black communities and predominantly white communities, convictions for drug possession are almost six times higher for blacks. Blacks frequently receive longer prison sentences than whites contributing to African Americans being incarcerated at more than five times the rate of whites.
Shepard Fairey- OBEY Interpol NYC Calling Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY
Purchase Interpol NYC Calling Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Hand-Pulled on White Speckletone Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork Obey Pop Culture Artist. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 550 Artwork Size 18x24 Silkscreen Print "Interpol is one of my favorite bands, and I’ve been lucky enough to collaborate with them throughout the years. My first introduction to them was when I stalked them backstage at Coachella and offered to create art for them if they ever needed it… to my surprise, they knew my work already and decided to take me up on my offer. My first project with Interpol was in 2004, when I created art to follow up their debut album, “Antics.” Ten years later, in 2014, I was approached with another opportunity to create a print and paint a mural for their fifth studio album, “El Pintor.” I’m excited to announce that I’ll be releasing a new print that I created in honor of their upcoming show in New York at Madison Square Garden" -Shepard Fairey- OBEY Shepard Fairey's "Interpol NYC Calling" is a silkscreen print that pays homage to the band Interpol, an act close to the artist's heart. Hand-pulled on white speckletone fine art paper, this 2019 limited edition artwork expresses the symbiotic relationship between street pop art and contemporary music culture. Limited to a series of 550 signed and numbered prints, each piece measures 18x24 inches, echoing the vibrancy of both Fairey's visual language and Interpol's sonic identity. Fairey's connection to Interpol began with a backstage meeting at Coachella, and this piece marks a continuity of collaboration that spans over a decade. His admiration for the band's work translated into the creation of art for their 2004 album "Antics" and their fifth studio album "El Pintor" in 2014. The print captures the energy and atmosphere of their anticipated show at Madison Square Garden, encapsulating the essence of the live music experience within the static medium of print. The print is an example of how street pop art and graffiti artwork intersect with other cultural phenomena, bridging the gap between visual art and music. Fairey's iconic style, characterized by bold lines, a striking color palette, and politically charged imagery, is evident in this print. The central image of the broadcasting tower, surrounded by hypnotic swirls, conveys a sense of communication and dissemination, themes that are recurrent in both Fairey's artwork and Interpol's music. This piece is not just a collectible for fans but a visual dialogue that extends Fairey's exploration of art as a tool for engagement and influence within the urban landscape.
Shepard Fairey- OBEY Creativity, Equity, Justice Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY
Purchase Creativity, Equity, Justice Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Hand-Pulled on Cream Speckletone Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork Obey Pop Culture Artist. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 450 Artwork Size 18x24 Silkscreen Print "This print is a portrait of Anjel Newmann, Director of Programs and Youth Director of AS220 – a non-profit community arts organization based in downtown Providence with whom I’ve worked since the ’90s. AS220 is important to me because they have cultivated a creative community that continues to have a profoundly transformative impact on the city. I’m inspired by Anjel’s dedication to this organization, where she’s been a member since she was 13 years old, learning from a diverse set of communities and facilitating access to opportunities for young people across the city of Providence. Thank you Anjel and AS220 for all that you do for the people of Rhode Island!" -Shepard Fairey- OBEY In the vibrant intersection where art meets activism, Shepard Fairey’s silkscreen print stands as a testament to the power of creative expression as a tool for social change. Released in 2019, this limited edition piece, signed and numbered with a run of 450, encapsulates Fairey’s longstanding commitment to community engagement through art. The 18x24 artwork, hand-pulled on Cream Speckletone fine art paper, is not only a visual treat but a beacon of inspiration, embodying the themes of creativity, equity, and justice. At the heart of this print is a portrait of Anjel Newmann, a figure who represents the enduring impact of AS220, a non-profit community arts organization in Providence, Rhode Island. Newmann's involvement with AS220 began at the tender age of 13, and her journey to becoming the Director of Programs and Youth Director showcases the nurturing power of such institutions in cultivating artistic talent and leadership among the youth. Fairey, having collaborated with AS220 since the 1990s, celebrates not only the individual journey of Newmann but also the broader ethos of the organization. AS220’s pivotal role in fostering an inclusive arts community and providing a platform for marginalized voices is central to Fairey's narrative. The artwork itself is a visual confluence of Fairey's signature style with poignant messaging. Words like "Creativity," "Equity," and "Justice" are prominently featured, aligning with the larger message that Fairey perpetuates through his work—art as a mechanism for societal upliftment and personal liberation. His use of bold, contrasting colors and geometric patterns draws the eye, compelling the viewer to contemplate the interconnectedness of the artistic elements with the profound themes presented. Fairey’s choice of Anjel Newmann as the subject speaks volumes about the role models that inspire his work. By highlighting Newmann's dedication to AS220, Fairey not only honors her and the organization but also emphasizes the importance of creative communities in driving positive social change. This print transcends its aesthetic appeal, standing as a symbol of hope and a call to action, urging viewers to rise above challenges and contribute to the collective journey towards a just society. It is a celebration of Fairey’s enduring relationship with AS220 and his unwavering belief in art as a catalyst for progress.
Purchase Heavy is the Head Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Etching Rag Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Marwan Shahin. Number 1 of 28 Signed 32x32 2019 From the new Modern-day Pharaohs series comes "Heavy is the Head" artwork made for and inspired by the poetry work of Rob J. Naylor's book with the same title releasing sooon. "HEAVY IS THE HEAD” 2019 Giclée on Etching Rag Each print is Signed, Numbered & Branded comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Cope2- Fernando Carlo New York City Subway Maps IV HPM Print by Cope2- Fernando Carlo
Purchase New York City Subway Maps IV Limited Edition Spray Paint Hand-Embellished HPM Archival Pigment Prints on Moab Fine Art Paper by Cope2 Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 15 Artwork Size 17x24. New York City Subway Maps IV, 2019 Archival pigment print in colors with hand-embellishments on Moab Fine Art paper 17x24 inches (43.2 cm x 61) (sheet) Ed. 10/15 Signed and numbered in pencil lower left. Work displays a .5-inch tear in the lower left border. Embracing Urban Narratives: Cope2's New York City Subway Maps IV Cope2's "New York City Subway Maps IV" is a dynamic fusion of graffiti's raw energy with the refined aesthetics of modern Pop Art, embodying the pulse of urban life on a tangible artifact of the city's daily motion. This 2019 limited edition series, with only 15 signed and numbered pieces, represents a significant contribution to the Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork movement. Each 17x24 inch piece is a hand-embellished archival pigment print on Moab Fine Art paper, offering a unique blend of street culture and high art. Cope2's signature authenticates the work, and its edition number is penciled on the lower left, with one particular piece displaying a minor .5-inch tear, adding to the authentic feel of the artwork. The piece serves as a visual archive of New York's graffiti history, immortalizing the spontaneous, often temporary, art gracing the city's subway maps. Cope2, a Bronx native, brings authenticity and street credibility to his work, with a reputation for over three decades in the graffiti scene. His "New York City Subway Maps IV" reflects urban street art's layered, complex nature, where tags and symbols intermingle to tell the stories of the city's diverse inhabitants. Cope2's Intersection of Street Art and Fine Art Cope2's artwork stands at the intersection of street art and fine art, capturing the essence of one medium within the form of the other. His pieces are more than mere representations of street graffiti; they are the confluence of the artist's lived experiences and interactions with the urban environment. The bold, saturated colors and aggressive brushstrokes hark back to the golden era of graffiti in the 1980s and 1990s when artists like Cope2 were not just decorating the city but also marking territories and expressing identities. The limited edition nature of "New York City Subway Maps IV" and the hand-embellishments by Cope2 himself ensure that each print is a unique piece of art, embodying both the spirit of the original street art and the artist's personal touch. The series encapsulates the rawness of the graffiti subculture while elevating it through fine art printmaking, challenging traditional notions of what constitutes art and who is deemed an artist. In essence, Cope2's work is a celebration of the visual language of the streets, presented within the context of fine art. It offers a narrative deeply rooted in New York City's cultural fabric, providing a snapshot of a movement that has evolved from the margins to the mainstream. The "New York City Subway Maps IV" series not only pays homage to the history of street art but also asserts its place within the continuum of contemporary art. Through his work, Cope2 continues to influence and shape the dialogue around Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork, ensuring that the vibrancy of street culture remains a vital part of the art world's discourse.
Purchase Habitats II Standard Lithograph Flouro Mix Print by Al Maser Hand-Pulled Print on Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Graffiti Street Pop Artwork. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 75 Artwork Size 19.69x27.56 "A lot of my works focuses on relationships. That's stemmed from working in the public realm for the majority of my artist career. How the public interact and engage with my large outdoor murals, led me onto building interactive installations so people can engage with the '3d paintings' Over the past few years this idea of relationships and the environment has found me looking at botanics and their role and effect on us. Primarily out of interest but it has lead me to understand the importance of certain plants, in regards to our health, mental health, sleep, anxiety etc. It has naturally brought me to the National Botanical Gardens Dublin Ireland to sketch and take photos of the plants I've found of interest. From those sketches and photographs I've integrated their loose forms into my 'hard lined' art and applied the new compositions to my print works." - Maser Habitats II, a remarkable work by Al Maser, exemplifies the fusion of graffiti, street, and pop art elements, capturing the essence of urban contemporary expression. This captivating lithograph, titled "Habitats II Standard Lithograph Flouro Mix Print," is a celebration of Al Maser's deep engagement with public spaces, relationships, and the intricate dance of human interaction with nature. Hand-pulled with precision on high-quality fine art paper, this 2019 creation exudes vibrancy, both in its color palette and its inherent narrative. With a dimension of 19.69x27.56, it is a limited edition, showcasing Al Maser's commitment to exclusivity, as it is one among a mere set of 75, each authentically signed and numbered. Maser's artistic journey has been characterized by his fascination with relationships, shaped largely by his extensive experience in public art. This interplay between the public and his large-scale outdoor murals served as a catalyst, urging him to craft interactive installations that serve as tangible "3d paintings." This exploration of relationships further extended to the environment, steering Maser towards the realm of botanics and their profound influence on human well-being. His curiosity about the role of plants in regulating health, mental state, sleep, and anxiety led him to the National Botanical Gardens in Dublin, Ireland. There, he sketched and photographed intriguing plants, seamlessly integrating their organic forms into his characteristically 'hard lined' art. Habitats II, thus, stands as a testament to Maser's unique approach, translating his real-world observations into compelling print works that resonate with a wide audience.
Shepard Fairey- OBEY Hello My Name Is AP Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY
Purchase Hello My Name Is AP Artist Proof Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Hand-Pulled Screen Print on Cream Speckletone Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. AP Artist Proof 2019 Signed & Marked AP Artwork Size 18x24 Silkscreen Print of Andre the Giant Hello My Name is Name Tag & Graffiti Shepard Fairey is a name that resonates deeply within the realms of pop art, street art, and graffiti. Recognized for his iconic "OBEY" campaign, Fairey's contributions to the visual world have been both provocative and impactful. A remarkable embodiment of his prowess is the "Hello My Name Is AP Artist Proof" silkscreen print from 2019. This piece is not only a testament to Fairey's skill as an artist but also speaks volumes about the evolution of street art. Crafted meticulously by hand, this screen print graces cream speckletone fine art paper, adding a touch of vintage charm to the already rich design. The piece is exclusive in its kind, marked as an Artist Proof, setting it apart from regular editions and giving it a special status for collectors and art enthusiasts. The central image – Andre the Giant, reimagined in a 'Hello My Name is' name tag format – serves as a compelling visual anchor. Andre the Giant has been a recurring motif in Fairey's work, symbolizing counterculture, defiance, and the power of art to challenge norms. This particular silkscreen print is not merely an artwork; it's a reflection of the zeitgeist. Street art, having its origins in unsanctioned art displays and graffiti, has grown to become a respected form of artistic expression, blending both dissent and aesthetics. Fairey's representation of Andre the Giant juxtaposed with a ubiquitous name tag showcases the dichotomy of individual identity versus societal labels. For those who find themselves at the intersection of pop culture, graffiti, and contemporary art, "Hello My Name Is AP Artist Proof" by Shepard Fairey is a compelling representation of how street art has transitioned, grown, and left an indelible mark on the visual landscape of our times.
Shepard Fairey- OBEY Obey Deco Flower Blue AP Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY
Purchase Obey Deco Flower Blue AP Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Artist Proof Hand-Pulled Screen Print on Speckletone Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. AP Artist Proof 2019 Signed & AP Marked Original Run Limited Edition Artwork Size 18x24 Silkscreen Print of Blue Lotus Flower & Words Rise Above Obey 1989. Small Smug To The Red V Arm Only Seen Under Certain Angles of Light From Manufacturing Process. Working Artist Proof. "The Obey Deco Flower is inspired by Constructivism, Art Deco, Black Flag, and my belief that positive symbols can inspire positive actions. There are a lot of assholes pushing fear and division… don’t fall for it… RISE ABOVE!" -Shepard Fairey Shepard Fairey's "Obey Deco Flower Blue AP" stands as a testament to the crossroads of pop art, street art, and graffiti art, brilliantly marrying aesthetic sensibilities from a range of art movements. This hand-pulled silkscreen print is impressively rendered on Speckletone Fine Art Paper, showcasing Fairey's commitment to both technique and quality. The print, issued as a limited edition piece in 2019, features the arresting image of a blue lotus flower, surrounded by the potent words "Rise Above" and "Obey 1989." These phrases echo the cultural undertones and provocations Fairey is renowned for. The design itself is heavily informed by a medley of inspirations, including Constructivism and Art Deco, interspersed with a nod to the band Black Flag. Fairey's dedication to weaving positive symbols into his artwork, hoping they ignite positive actions in society, is evident. The blue lotus, traditionally symbolizing enlightenment and rebirth, coupled with the rallying call to "Rise Above," challenges viewers to transcend the divisive narratives that often plague society. As Fairey himself articulates, there is an overwhelming number of voices promoting fear and division, making the message of this artwork not just timely, but timeless. Shepard Fairey's "Obey Deco Flower Blue AP" not only reaffirms his status as a prominent voice in contemporary art but also serves as a reminder of art's enduring power to inspire change and provoke thought in an ever-evolving world.
Shepard Fairey- OBEY Hello My Name Is Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY
Purchase Hello My Name Is Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Hand-Pulled Screen Print on Cream Speckletone Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 450 Artwork Size 18x24 Silkscreen Print of Andre the Giant Hello My Name is Name Tag & Graffiti Introducing the iconic "Hello My Name Is" silkscreen print by renowned artist Shepard Fairey, a pioneering figure in the worlds of pop art, street art, and graffiti. This hand-pulled screen print on Cream Speckletone Fine Art Paper showcases Fairey's distinct style that has captured the hearts of art enthusiasts worldwide. As an OBEY limited edition artwork, it holds a unique position in the realm of contemporary art. Created in 2019, this signed and numbered limited edition comprises only 450 prints, making it a highly sought-after collectible. Each piece is numbered, adding an exclusive touch that speaks to its rarity and value in the art market. With an artwork size of 18x24 inches, the print commands attention and stands as a striking representation of Fairey's artistic vision. At the heart of this piece lies Fairey's famous "Andre the Giant" motif, an iconic symbol that originated from his street art campaign. Inspired by the ubiquitous "Hello My Name is" name tags and graffiti culture, Fairey ingeniously merged this concept with the legendary figure of Andre the Giant, resulting in a bold and thought-provoking work of art. This silkscreen print serves as a prime example of the fusion of pop culture, street aesthetics, and graffiti elements that define Fairey's contribution to the contemporary art movement. His ability to challenge conventional norms and provoke dialogue through art has made him a significant figure in the modern art scene. As an artist who emerged from the streets and subcultures, Shepard Fairey has been instrumental in bridging the gap between street art and the mainstream art world. His artworks, including this "Hello My Name Is" print, continue to captivate audiences and contribute to the ongoing evolution of pop art, street art, and graffiti as legitimate and influential forms of artistic expression.
Purchase Bunny Boy- Dreams 11-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Coventry Rag Paper by Faile Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. FAILE (b. 1975) Bunny Boy (Dreams), 2019 Screenprint in colors on Coventry Rag paper 18 x 12 inches (45.7 x 30.5 cm) (sheet) Ed. 216/350 Signed in pencil along lower edge; dated and numbered to reverse Published by the artist
Purchase Stoned Trooper Blotter Paper Archival Print by Tim Page Limited Edition Fine Art Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of XXX Archival Pigment Print on Perforated Blotter Paper Size: 5x7.5 Inches Limited blotter editions are hand-perforated by Zane Kesey. Tim Page, a renowned photojournalist and author, had a keen eye for the counterculture movement of the 60s and 70s. He was able to capture some of the most captivating images of the Vietnam War, despite being wounded in combat on four different occasions. Page's adventurous spirit never wavered, and his unique personality even inspired Dennis Hopper's character in the acclaimed movie Apocalypse Now. Page's fascinating life has been the subject of numerous documentaries, ten books, and two films. He even held the prestigious position of the UN's Photographic Peace Ambassador in Afghanistan for two years. His exceptional talent and contributions to the art of photography have recently earned him a spot on the list of "100 Most Influential Photographers of All Time," cementing his place among the greatest artists.