Punks in graffiti street pop art is a popular theme in the world of urban art. Punks, as a subculture, emerged in the mid-1970s and gained prominence in the 1980s as a countercultural movement that rejected mainstream norms and embraced individuality, self-expression, and rebellion. Graffiti street art, on the other hand, is a form of visual art that involves creating images or text in public spaces, such as walls, buildings, and bridges. It is often associated with urban areas and is frequently used as a means of expression by marginalized groups who may not have access to more traditional art spaces. Pop art, which emerged in the 1950s, is a style of art that draws inspiration from popular culture and mass media. It often features bold, bright colors and graphic designs. When these three elements come together, they create a unique and vibrant form of urban art that celebrates individuality and rebellion. Punks are often depicted in graffiti street pop art as rebellious figures, challenging authority and breaking social norms. The imagery used in this type of art often includes punk fashion, such as leather jackets, studded belts, and ripped clothing, as well as punk hairstyles, such as mohawks and spiky hair. Punks in graffiti street pop art can also be used to comment on larger social and political issues, such as inequality, poverty, and government corruption. By incorporating punk imagery and themes into their work, artists are able to express their views on these issues in a powerful and impactful way. Punks in graffiti street pop art serve as a visual representation of the rebellious and individualistic spirit of punk culture, and the subversive nature of street art.
Purchase Faile Girl HPM Acrylic Silkscreen Print by Faile Screen Print on Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. 2007 Signed & Numbered Acrylic HPM Embellished Limited Edition of 16 Artwork Size 17.9x24 Faile is a Brooklyn-based artistic collaboration between Patrick McNeil (born 1975) and Patrick Miller (born 1976). Initially founded in 1999, the duo is known for their wide-ranging multimedia practice, recognized for its explorations of duality through a fragmented style of appropriation and collage. Working in the vein of popular culture and frequently referencing mass consumerism, Faile's work encompasses a variety of materials and techniques, including painting, silkscreening, stencils, stickers, sculpture, and more. Their art has been exhibited in a wide array of contexts, from city walls and lamp posts to galleries and museums around the world, such as Perry Rubenstein Gallery, New York; Dallas Contemporary, Dallas; and Palais de Tokyo, Paris. The name "Faile" is an anagram of "A life", which signifies the duo's shared philosophy towards their work. They are known to embrace the dichotomies of art and popular culture, acknowledging the fluidity and ubiquity of imagery in the modern world. HPM, or Hand-Painted Multiples, is a term used to describe a specific method of silkscreen printing. In HPM silkscreen printing, each piece of an edition is individually embellished or altered by the artist, thereby making each print within the edition unique. This technique can often be seen in street art and other forms of contemporary art. Silkscreen printing, also known as screen printing, is a process that involves pushing ink through a stenciled mesh screen to create a printed design. It's a popular technique used in a variety of different industries, such as fine art, fashion, and marketing, due to its versatility in adapting to different materials and surfaces. Artists like Faile often utilize HPM silkscreen printing to create limited editions of their work. This method allows them to produce a series of pieces that maintain a consistent theme or image, but with individual variations that make each piece unique. This can range from changes in color, to additional elements, to hand-finishing details. This results in each print being not just a copy, but a unique work of art.
Shepard Fairey- OBEY Henry Rollins Frequent Flyer Tour Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY
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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.
Shepard Fairey- OBEY Terry Hall Tribute Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY
Purchase Terry Hall Tribute Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Hand-Pulled 1-Color on Pure White Speckletone Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork Obey Pop Culture Artist. 2023 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 325 Artwork Size 18x24 Silkscreen Print "Terry Hall, singer of the Specials, one of my favorite bands, died of pancreatic cancer a little less than a year ago. This past Saturday, Musack did an amazing tribute to Terry with a bonkers lineup, including Horace Panter and Lynval Golding of the Specials, Jane Wiedlin of the Go-Go’s, Fishbone, No Doubt (except Gwen), Tom Morello, Tim Armstrong and Jesse Michaels of Operation Ivy, Donita Sparks of L7, and others! I fell in love with the Specials in the summer of 1989, around the time I started listening to Operation Ivy and Fishbone, so to have members of all those bands celebrating Terry was incredible! I was also able to do the poster for the event based on a beautiful photo by Chalkie Davies. There are two versions of the print, one with the event lineup included and another that is a simpler tribute to Terry. The black and white print are editions of 325, but the show lineup print is a smaller quantity (edition of 300) because many were sold at the event, and all proceeds from those benefit Musack, an excellent music charity for kids. On a personal note, Terry came by my studio a couple of times, and we talked for hours. He was kind, thoughtful, and very open about life’s ups and downs. We talked about kids, mental health, insecurity, relationships, the therapeutic benefits of creativity, and many other heavy topics. He was a kindred spirit who I thought I’d be friends with for many years. This print was done with love… thanks for the tunes Terry!" -Shepard Fairey- OBEY The realm of street art, pop culture, and graffiti has witnessed countless legendary figures whose artistry has both challenged and changed perceptions. One such luminary is Shepard Fairey, the renowned artist behind the OBEY campaign, who has consistently melded activism and artistry in his works. A notable tribute by Fairey is the silkscreen print dedicated to Terry Hall, the iconic lead singer of the Specials. Terry Hall's influence in the world of music was significant, and his tragic passing due to pancreatic cancer was a tremendous loss to the music community. This sentiment was palpable when Musack hosted an astounding tribute to Hall, graced by stalwarts like Horace Panter, Lynval Golding, Jane Wiedlin, Fishbone, members of No Doubt, and numerous other eminent artists. This tribute not only celebrated Hall's legacy but also underscored the bond shared by these artists, many of whom were influenced by the Specials during their formative years. The silkscreen print crafted by Fairey serves as a testament to Hall's enduring impact on him and the broader music fraternity. The artwork, pulled by hand on fine art paper, epitomizes the meticulousness synonymous with Fairey's creations. Limited to an edition of 325, the monochromatic rendition of Hall draws inspiration from a poignant photograph by Chalkie Davies. An alternative version features the event lineup, limited to an edition of 300, with a significant portion having been sold during the event. The proceeds from this version were dedicated to Musack, a laudable charity aimed at empowering kids through music. Fairey's connection with Hall went beyond mere admiration. Their conversations, which delved deep into topics like mental health, creativity, and life's intricacies, highlighted the profound respect and mutual understanding they shared. The artist's tribute to Hall is more than just a print; it's a heartfelt homage to a kindred spirit. Through this artwork, Fairey offers the world a glimpse into their shared moments, while simultaneously emphasizing Terry Hall's undying influence in the realms of music and culture.
Purchase Ramones Globe Collectors Deck Set- Foil Fine Art Limited Edition Print on Resin-7 Canadian Maple Skateboard Deck by Famous Punk Artist Bob Gruen. 2022 Edition of 100 4x Ramones Deck Set with Quilter Case including Punk Rock Legends: Joey Ramone, Johnny Ramone, Dee Dee Ramone, Tommy Ramone The Ramones Collector's Set includes four limited edition 8.25" decks, featuring Dee Dee, Tommy, Johnny and Joey Ramone mid-performance at the CBGB’s in 1976, captured by photographer Bob Gruen. Decks are constructed from Resin-7 Canadian maple and come in an embossed and quilted carry case, inspired by the Ramones’ iconic black leather jackets. Display these boards, store them, hang them on your wall, or skate them. Whatever you choose to do, we hope you are as proud of them as we are. Strictly limited to 100 sets globally.
Jamie Reid Fuck Forever Giclee Print by Jamie Reid
Purchase Fuck Forever Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Hahnemühle Bamboo Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Jamie Reid. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 300 Artwork Size 24x33.5 Derived from a scan of an original collage made for a Sex Pistol’s poster used in The Great Rock ‘n Roll Swindle. This print was prepared in 2006 but never published.
Shepard Fairey- OBEY Rise Above Rose Geometric Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY
Purchase Rise Above Rose Geometric 4-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Speckletone Art Paper by Shepard Fairey Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist. 2022 Signed & Numbered 12 inches by 24 inches Edition of 550 July 21, 2022 "The Rise Above Rose Geometric print contains several recurrent symbols in my work. The rose represents the archetype of an individual or a society who has endured oppression but perseveres to rise above conflict. Rise above also references the song “Rise Above” by Black Flag, one of my favorite punk bands. In creating art that encourages people to rise above adversity, I hope that it also motivates people to fight against injustice even when the fight is difficult." –Shepard Fairey
Shepard Fairey- OBEY MUSACK Terry Hall Tribute Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY
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Shepard Fairey- OBEY Let There Be Dark Red Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY x Niagara
Purchase Let There Be Dark Red Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY x Niagara Hand-Pulled 3-Color on 320gsm Natural Coventry Rag Vellum Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork Obey Pop Culture Artist. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 150 Artwork Size 24x18 Silkscreen Print "I chose an image of Ron and Niagara where I think they both look amazing, but there was a nice balance between in-your-face aggression with Ron's pose making eye contact, holding his fist up, and Niagara's seemingly demure embrace of Ron, but anyone who knows Niagara understands that though she may look sedate, she's pulling the strings. I added a switchblade that she is caressing with her finger, as a way to amplify her femme fatale chic, and because I thought it lent itself to my original idea of a title 'Bonnie & Clyde Were Lightweights'" -Shepard Fairey- OBEY Exploring the Bold Realms of "Let There Be Dark" by Shepard Fairey: A Street Pop Art Icon Shepard Fairey's "Let There Be Dark Red Silkscreen Print" is a striking embodiment of the symbiotic relationship between street pop art and contemporary visual culture. This limited edition piece, created in collaboration with Niagara, is a visual narrative encapsulating the energy and subversive undercurrents that course through this artistic movement. As a hand-pulled 3-color print on 320gsm Natural Coventry Rag Vellum fine art paper, it stands as a testament to Fairey's mastery over the medium and his unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of street art into the delicate art sphere. Produced in 2019, the artwork is part of a highly exclusive series, with only 150 signed and numbered editions available. The dimensions of the artwork, 24x18 inches, are significant not only for their visual impact but also for their ability to draw the viewer into the confrontational yet poised dynamic that defines the composition. Fairey's choice of subjects, Ron and Niagara, is particularly telling; their depictions are rendered with a stark contrast of black, white, and a commanding red, highlighting their iconic stances and the charged atmosphere they embody. Fairey's narrative intention behind "Let There Be Dark" is as compelling as the visual force of the artwork. In his words, he captures the essence of Ron and Niagara's personas, juxtaposing Ron's aggressive frontality with Niagara's seemingly delicate yet cunning disposition. The addition of a switchblade subtly caressed by Niagara adds a layer of danger and a nod to the femme fatale archetype. This imagery is not merely decorative; it is a deliberate act to challenge and subvert the viewer's expectations, a hallmark of Fairey's style that has cemented his place in street pop art and graffiti artwork. The title, "Let There Be Dark," invites interpretation, playing on the biblical phrase "Let there be light," suggesting a reversal or an embrace of shadow and complexity over simplicity and illumination. This reversal is symbolic of the more significant cultural critique often found in Fairey's work, where the binaries of good and evil, light and dark, are not just questioned but also deconstructed. Beyond the visual and thematic layers, the print's collectibility is further enhanced by its fine art attributes. The use of Coventry Rag Vellum fine art paper, known for its durability and smooth texture, ensures that the colors' vibrancy and the lines' precision remain intact over time. The paper choice reflects Fairey's nuanced understanding of materials and their role in elevating street art to OK art status. Shepard Fairey's "Let There Be Dark Red Silkscreen Print" is an authentic representation of the spirit of street pop art. It bridges the gap between street art's raw expressiveness and silkscreen printing's calculated precision. With its limited edition status and the artist's signature, the print is not just a piece of art; it is a cultural artifact that captures the pulse of contemporary society and the ongoing dialogue between street art and the mainstream art world. It is a vivid example of how street pop art continues to shape and influence our visual language and cultural conversations.
Shepard Fairey- OBEY Let There Be Dark Blue PP Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY x Niagara
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Wendy Ortiz Radeo Giclee Print by Wendy Ortiz
Purchase Radeo Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Paper by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Wendy Ortiz.
Purchase Smorkin Labbit Black Art Toy by Kubrick x Frank Kozik Limited Edition Vinyl Sculpture Collectible Artwork by Pop Street Artist. 2004 Japan Exclusive Art TOy Artwork Size 2x3 New In Box Stamped/Printed. New In Package, Unopened. Frank Kozik is a renowned graphic artist who is widely known for his iconic concert posters and vinyl toys. One of the most recognizable designs he created is the "Smorkin' Labbit". The Smorkin' Labbit is a vinyl toy in the form of a mischievous rabbit with a signature cigarette (or sometimes other objects) hanging out of its mouth. The Labbit was originally introduced in Kozik's nineties rock poster art and later brought to life by Kidrobot, a producer and retailer of designer toys, in the early 2000s. In the world of designer toys, the Labbit has become quite popular and has seen numerous iterations, from different sizes (ranging from tiny blind box versions to massive foot-long versions) to a variety of designs, colors, and themes (everything from happy Labbits to zombie Labbits, and even Marvel and DC superheroes Labbits). The whimsical and often subversive nature of Kozik's work, embodied by the Smorkin' Labbit, has garnered a strong following among fans of designer toys and art collectibles.
Oliver Barrett Baseball Jerks Randy Johnson Giclee Print by Oliver Barrett
Purchase Baseball Jerks- Randy Johnson Limited Edition Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper by Oliver Barrett Dystopian Street Art Pop Artwork Artist. 8″ x 8″ giclee, have editions of 20, Signed & Numbered 2014. Featuring Famous MLB Sports Baseball Players In Macarbe Ways.
Purchase Cromie Stilettos Silkscreen Print by Faile Hand-Pulled 6-Color on Cotton Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 20 Artwork Size 27.56x39.37 Silkscreen Print of Punk Woman With Switch Blade Stiletto Knife. A compelling blend of vibrancy and edge, the Cromie Stilettos silkscreen print by Faile stands as a definitive representation of contemporary pop and street art. Created in 2023, this artwork is a hand-pulled 6-color print on high-quality cotton fine art paper, capturing the essence of modern aesthetics with traditional craftsmanship. The limited edition, with only 20 signed and numbered pieces available, measures 27.56x39.37 inches, making it a sizable statement piece for any art collector or enthusiast. The central imagery of a punk woman holding a switchblade stiletto knife is not just an arresting visual but also a powerful commentary. It resonates with themes of empowerment, rebellion, and the raw, unfiltered energy of urban life. The choice of colors, the intricate patterns, and the contrasting play of light and shadow showcase Faile's exceptional ability to weave complex narratives through visuals. The background, awash in vibrant hues and adorned with intricate motifs, adds layers of depth to the portrait, making the viewer pause and delve deeper into the story unfolding on the canvas. For those familiar with the realms of pop and street art, the Cromie Stilettos silkscreen print serves as a testament to the genre's evolution. It pushes boundaries, challenges conventions, and invites conversations. Faile's expertise in blending cultural motifs with contemporary themes ensures this artwork isn't just a visual treat but also a thought-provoking masterpiece.
Shepard Fairey- OBEY Blondie Live at the Roundhouse- Black Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY
Purchase Blondie Live at the Roundhouse- Black 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Cream Speckle Tone Paper by Shepard Fairey Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist. Live at the Roundhouse (Black) Screen Print 18 x 24 inches Edition of 150 June 23, 2017 It measures 18" x 24". Blondie the Punk Rock Music Artist Live Performance At The Roundhouse London England 2017 Gig Poster.
Serge Gay Jr Love Drug AP Giclee Print by Serge Gay Jr
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Glen E Friedman My Rules Silkscreen Print by Glen E Friedman
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Purchase Rollins 50 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Speckletone Art Paper by Shepard Fairey Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist. Signed & Numbered Screen Print 18 x 24 inches Edition of 700 February 4, 2011 "Henry Rollins has a birthday coming up that only comes along once every half-century… YES, he’s turning 50. This calls for a Rollins fortnight celebration with two prints spanning 30 years. This week the ROLLINS 50 tour poster drops. Next week on 2/13/11 I’ll release a print collaboration with Glen E. Friedman based on a Black Flag ’81 shot. . I hold Henry in high regard for his many talents as a singer, writer, radio DJ, TV host, political and social commentator, etc… but above all I love his energy and gusto. Henry has been doing it his way hardcore for 30+ years. This 50 poster is ridiculous not because Henry is getting older, but because Henry would never lounge around long enough for the reaper to get a jump on him. " -Shepard Fairey
Shepard Fairey- OBEY Be Reasonable Suburban Pressure Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY x Jamie Reid
Purchase Be Reasonable Suburban Pressure Hand-Pulled 3-Color Silkscreen Print on Cream Speckletone Fine Art Paper by Artist Shepard Fairey x Jamie Reid Limited Edition Pop Art Artwork. 2016 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 375 Artwork Size 18x24 Be Reasonable Urban Pressure Set Suburban Pressure Sex Pistols Music Tribute With Burning Money Mao From China and ROnald Regan "The Sex Pistols changed my life. When I was a 14-year-old skateboarder, a friend played me “Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols,” and that moment marked a turning point for me. The Sex Pistols provided the adrenaline-inducing soundtrack for my rebellion. If the Sex Pistols provided the soundtrack, the artist behind their imagery, Jamie Reid, provided the visuals for the revolution. Jamie Reid did the iconic art for the Sex Pistols like the “God Save the Queen” sleeve, the “Pretty Vacant” sleeve, and the cover for the album “Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols.” Jamie deserves the majority of credit for the daring aesthetics of Punk Rock. If you’ve ever seen a photocopied, ransom note style, cut & paste punk graphic, then you’ve seen Jamie Reid’s influence. Jamie has been one of my biggest creative inspirations both visually and philosophically, because his work is bold, provocative, irreverent, and political. Jamie Reid also turned me on to Situationism, a movement dedicated to disrupting the conformist trance through pranks and spectacles. I’m honored that I have been able to work with Jamie on some collaborative images and to present a special collection through Obey Clothing in his honor, as well as two limited edition screen-prints. Jamie and I have mutual interest in shaking things up and addressing the problems of corruption, environmental destruction, and wealth inequality, so it is very energizing and meaningful to do a project with him. Enjoy and embrace the chaos!" -Shepard Fairey
Ron English Punk Skunk Giclee Print by Ron English
Purchase Punk Skunk Artwork Limited Edition Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper by Propaganda Artist Ron English. 2017 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 25 Artwork Size 30x24 "Punk Skunk" is a vibrant and evocative work by the celebrated pop artist Ron English, known for his unique blend of pop art with street art under the banner of Propaganda. This piece is a fine art giclée print, characterized by English's characteristic fusion of high and low cultural touchstones, playing with themes of subversion and counterculture. Created in 2017, this particular artwork is part of a signed and numbered limited edition series, with only 25 pieces in existence, each measuring 30x24 inches, making it a rare collector's item. Ron English's "Punk Skunk" features a cartoonish skunk, an emblematic figure within his art, illuminated against a backdrop swirling with psychedelic colors and patterns. The character is infused with a rebellious spirit, encapsulated by the punk aesthetic of the skunk's design, including its prominent tail that morphs into a stylized marijuana leaf – a clear nod to the rebellious subcultures that challenge societal norms. The background is a kaleidoscopic array of colors, swirling in a manner that suggests motion and a particular fluidity of thought and being, which complements the central figure's stance on freedom and nonconformity. This artwork stands out for its bold color palette, a hallmark of English work, which uses color to evoke a sense of movement and energy. Each print is meticulously crafted, with the giclée technique ensuring that each color is vividly captured, replicating the artist's original vision with precision and clarity. Fine art paper provides a high-quality base that holds the inks with fidelity, giving each piece a durability that suits its status as a collectible art object. By releasing "Punk Skunk" in such a limited run, Ron English underscores the exclusivity and inherent value of the print, mirroring the ethos of street art, where the fleeting nature of a piece can often amplify its impact. Collectors of this edition acquire not just a piece of art but a statement that reflects on the boundaries between the elite world of art collecting and the lawless world of street art. English's work has consistently played with this boundary, and "Punk Skunk" is a compelling example of his skill in blending these realms to create thought-provoking and visually arresting.