Ryan McCann

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  • Death To Damien Hirst Archival Print by Ryan McCann

    Ryan McCann Death To Damien Hirst Archival Print by Ryan McCann

    Death To Damien Hirst Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Ryan McCann Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "This is part of the “Death to...” series that has culminated in a solo show highlighting the death of 8 living contemporary artists. It is now on view at Guy Hepner Contemporary in West Hollywood.The concept came to me over a year ago and took about a month to finish. I thought about having my assistant paint the whole piece for me in true Damien Hirst fashion but decided against it because painting is fun. I am fascinated by the career of Damien Hirst and as I learned more about his work I started to feel really bad for the butterflies and approached the work from their perspective." - Ryan McCann Very Minor Crease To Upper Tip In Margin.


Ryan McCann

Ryan McCann is an American contemporary artist known for his diverse range of artistic styles and techniques. He often works with various mediums, such as painting, sculpture, and photography. McCann gained popularity for his unique "pyrography" (wood burning) technique, which involves creating artwork by burning images onto wooden panels using a blowtorch. His works often depict thought-provoking subjects and are a blend of pop culture and social commentary. Though McCann has a background in sports—he was a former quarterback for UCLA—he transitioned into a career in art and developed his unique style. His work has been exhibited in various galleries and art fairs in the United States and around the world. Some of his most recognizable pieces include "Death to Shepard Fairey," "Death to Banksy," and "Death to Kaws," which can be seen as a commentary on the commercialization of the art world. As an artist, Ryan McCann constantly pushes boundaries and challenges traditional artistic norms. He is known for his provocative and often controversial subject matter, which ignites discussions and debates about art, society, and culture.

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