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Justin Anville Tyto Alba AP Silkscreen Print by Justin Anville
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Purchase Nefertiti Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on Velvet Cotton Fine Art Paper by Artist Nychos, Street Pop Art Graffiti Legend. 2021 Signed & Numbered Fine art print by NYCHOS Limited Edition of 111 Artwork Size 18.5x24 Nychos, a renowned figure in the realms of street art and pop graffiti, presents a mesmerizing portrayal of Nefertiti in this archival pigment fine art print. The artist is globally recognized for his distinctive style, where he often delves into the intricate anatomy of his subjects, blending a keen scientific accuracy with a vibrant, almost surreal aesthetic. This particular piece, titled "Nefertiti," is no exception. With a backdrop of a bold red circle, the artwork unveils the internal anatomy of the ancient Egyptian queen, juxtaposing the magnificence of her external beauty with the intricate maze of her internal physiology. The details, from the network of veins and arteries to the intricate bone structure, are meticulously laid out, capturing the viewer's attention instantly. The use of vivid colors against the dark backdrop further accentuates the details, making it a captivating visual experience. Crafted in 2021, this artwork is a testament to Nychos's unparalleled talent and his unique approach to street art. The print is made using high-quality archival pigment, ensuring longevity and retaining the vibrancy of the colors. Produced on velvet cotton fine art paper, the texture complements the depth and intricacy of the artwork. As a limited edition release, only 111 pieces have been produced, each measuring 18.5 x 24 inches. Every print is signed and numbered by Nychos, guaranteeing its authenticity and making it a sought-after piece for collectors and street art enthusiasts alike. The blend of ancient iconography with contemporary art techniques results in a piece that bridges epochs and challenges the viewer to see beyond the surface.
Todd Slater Stargate AP Silkscreen Print by Todd Slater
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Phil Lumbang Queen of Clubs Silkscreen Print by Phil Lumbang
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MFG- Matt Goldman Hard Holy Ship 6 2016 Silkscreen Print by MFG- Matt Goldman
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Erik Siador 3rd Realm Giclee Print by Erik Siador
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D*Face- Dean Stockton Dog Save The Queen Sculpture by D*Face- Dean Stockton
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Adam Lister The Ambassadors Archival Print by Adam Lister
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