Saber

15 artworks


  • Priority Mail 228-2016 Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Red 1 Priority Mail 228-2016 Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Black 1

    Saber Priority Mail 228-2016 Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Priority Mail 228-2016 Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Original Permanent Drawing Art on USPS Mailing Label by Graffiti Artist Modern Street Artwork. 2020 Signed by Tag Original Slap Up Graffiti Art Tag 4.25x5.5 Color Marker on USPS United States Postal Service Priority Mail Label 228-2016.  Priority Mail 228 Labels: Slap-Up Canvas for the Streets Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork have become synonymous with urban landscapes' raw, vibrant, and often controversial energy. Amongst the most captivating forms of this art is the slap-up label sticker, a brief piece that combines the guerrilla tactics of street art with the aesthetic approach of pop art. These stickers, often found adorning city walls, lampposts, and mailboxes, carry the pulse of the streets and the artist's signature. The United States Postal Service's Priority Mail 228 label is a particularly iconic medium within this genre. Initially intended for postal use, artists have repurposed these labels as canvases for their work. With its distinctive red, white, and blue design, the label offers an instantly recognizable backdrop deeply rooted in American iconography. This juxtaposition of official symbolism with the rebellious nature of graffiti creates a powerful, provocative, and patriotic visual statement. Graffiti artists like Saber have transformed these labels into vehicles of personal expression and social commentary. Saber, an American artist named Ryan Weston Shook, is known for his work within the graffiti community and beyond. His involvement with the art form dates back to the 1990s, and he has since become a notable figure in the street art world.  Tag Art: Marking Presence and Identity Tagging, which involves writing one's alias or signature in a stylized form, is central to graffiti culture. It's a means of claiming territory, asserting identity, and engaging with the public in a dialogue often unmediated by gallery spaces' conventions. The Saber piece utilizes a blue permanent marker to create a tangle of lines and shapes that coalesce into his distinctive tag. Measuring 4.25x5.5 inches, this slap-up label sticker is a quintessential example of tag art, embodying the spontaneity and personal touch that are hallmarks of the genre. Created in 2020 and signed by the artist, this piece carries the weight of authenticity and the immediacy of street art. Despite its small scale, the tag commands attention, with the intensity of the blue marker standing bold against the label's pre-printed elements. The label's date, March 2016, provides a temporal context, anchoring the artwork in a specific moment of Saber's artistic journey. The cultural significance of slap-up label art lies in its accessibility and transience. These stickers can be produced en masse and placed in various locations, allowing for a wide distribution of the artist's work. However, their lifespan is unpredictable, as they can easily be removed or destroyed, mirroring the fleeting nature of fame and public attention in the digital age. Saber's use of the Priority Mail 228 label is a nod to a tradition in street art that values the repurposing of everyday items into something extraordinary. The label's transformation from a mundane postal accessory into a piece of art disrupts the ordinary and challenges the viewer to see the extraordinary in the everyday. This quality places slap-up label art firmly within the canon of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork, genres that continually redefine themselves through unconventional materials and methods. The Priority Mail 228 Slap-Up Label Sticker by Saber is more than just a piece of art; it is a statement, a piece of cultural fabric, and a reflection of the artist's presence in the urban landscape. As with much of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork, it encapsulates a moment in time, a burst of creative energy, and a dialogue with the public that is as vibrant and dynamic as the streets from which it was born.

    $24.00

  • This Way Up Red White Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Blue 1 This Way Up Red White Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Blue 2

    Saber This Way Up Red White Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    This Way Up Red White Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Original Permanent Marker Art Drawing on Mailing Glossy Arrow Sticker by Graffiti Artist Modern Street Artwork. 2020 Signed Original Slap Up Graffiti Art Tag 4x6 Marker Tagged on Mail Service Up Arrow Label Sticker. Street Pop Art: The Bold Language of Our Cities Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork have always been visual synonyms for rebellion and the quest for identity within the urban landscape. Saber, an American graffiti artist, Ryan Weston Shook, has contributed significantly to this vibrant urban tapestry. His "This Way Up Red White Slap-Up Label Sticker" is a stunning example of how the mundane can be metamorphosed into something extraordinary. These original permanent marker art drawings on mailing gloss arrow stickers represent a unique fusion of street art and pop art sensibilities, manifesting as modern street artwork that captures the pulse of the times. Saber's Artistic Expression Through Stickers Saber's choice of medium, the mailing gloss arrow sticker, is deeply emblematic of the graffiti artist's modus operandi – to create art with whatever tools are available. The "Up Arrow," a universal symbol for direction and order, is subverted by Saber's chaotic and vibrant tag. The red and white background of the sticker provides a stark canvas for the fluidity of Saber's lines, which are applied with confidence and a sense of immediacy often found in street art. The artwork's creation in 2020, a year of significant global unrest and calls for change, aligns it with graffiti's tradition of echoing society's voice. Each 4x6 sticker, though similar in style, carries its unique variance, emphasizing the personalized nature of graffiti art. Graffiti Artwork: A Reflection of Contemporary Culture Saber's work is not just a personal tag but a narrative in Street Pop Art that speaks to a broader audience. By tagging a mail service sticker, an item designed to be transient and discarded, Saber challenges the notions of permanence and value in art. This signed original slap-up graffiti art tag represents the artist's skill in creating powerful messages within small formats. Graffiti has often been transient as a medium, but artists like Saber have worked to cement its place in the annals of art history. The pieces, vibrant and unapologetic, are a direct commentary on the state of the world as seen through the eyes of the graffiti community. In each slap-up label sticker, Saber encapsulates the ethos of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork – genres that have transformed how we perceive public spaces and their potential for artistic expression. His work serves not only as a visual stimulant but as a cultural artifact that tells the story of our times through the lens of the street artist. As an active contributor to the street art scene, Saber's American roots and continued influence ensure that his voice and vision remain as impactful and memorable as the stickers he tags.

    $24.00

  • Made in USA Flag Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Gold 1 Made in USA Flag Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Silver 1

    Saber Made in USA Flag Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Made in USA Flag Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Original Permanent Marker Art Drawing on Glossy US Flag Sticker by Graffiti Artist Modern Street Artwork. 2020 Signed US Flag Made in USA America Original Slap Up Graffiti Art Tag 4x4 Marker Tagged on Sticker. Unfurling the American Narrative Through Graffiti: The Made in USA Flag Sticker Art The potent symbol of the American flag has been a recurring motif in various forms of art, not least within the vibrant world of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. Within this context, the 'Made in USA' flag slap-up label sticker stands out as a canvas for expression, especially in the hands of graffiti artists. Layered with original tag art, these stickers serve as miniature yet powerful vehicles for cultural and political commentary, recontextualizing a national symbol within the urban landscape. Saber's Interpretation of the American Iconography Renowned graffiti artist Saber Ryan Weston Shook has significantly contributed to this expression. His original permanent marker art drawings on glossy US flag stickers are more than just aesthetic creations; they are a form of modern street artwork that captures the essence of American identity and the spirit of its people. His work, created in 2020 and signed, embodies a raw and compelling narrative, each tag measuring 4x4 inches – a small but striking testament to the artist's skill and vision. Saber's use of the American flag as a backdrop is particularly resonant, given the flag's strong associations with patriotism, freedom, and national identity. By superimposing his tags over this symbol, Saber disrupts the viewer's usual perception, challenging them to reconsider the meaning of 'Made in USA' in the context of street art. His bold and unapologetic strokes introduce a dialogue about ownership, creativity, and the very definition of what it means to be American-made. The Evolution of Tagging and Its Cultural Relevance Tagging has evolved from straightforward signatures to complex works of art that communicate the artist's identity and status within the graffiti community. It is a practice steeped in the history of street art, one that demands attention and commands space. Regarding the 'Made in USA' flag slap-up label stickers by Saber, the tags are not just marks of territory but statements of existence. The choice of gold and silver markers adds a layer of irony, contrasting precious metals' perceived value with graffiti art's often misunderstood value. The cultural relevance of such art is immense. It taps into ongoing conversations about national pride and consumerism, questioning the authenticity of the 'Made in USA' label in an era of globalization. Moreover, it embodies the ethos of Street Pop Art, a genre that borrows from popular culture to create art that is both accessible and deeply meaningful. In Saber's hands, the flag sticker transforms into a manifesto, a declaration that art made on the streets by the hands of the many is as quintessentially American as the flag itself. The 'Made in USA' flag slap-up label stickers adorned with Saber's tags represent a microcosm of the larger narrative that Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork continually narrate. Through such pieces, artists like Saber assert their place within the American saga, crafting a version of the flag that is as diverse, complex, and vibrant as the nation it represents. These stickers are not just tags; they are emblems of a culture that celebrates the freedom of expression and the indelible marks of individuality.

    $15.00

  • Infectious Substance Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Red 1 Infectious Substance Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Blue 1

    Saber Infectious Substance Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Infectious Substance Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Original Permanent Marker Art Drawing on Mailing Glossy Biohazard Sticker by Graffiti Artist Modern Street Artwork. 2020 Signed Original Slap Up Graffiti Art Tag 4x4 Marker Tagged on Infectious Substance Warning Bio-Hazard Label Uline S-180 Sticker. Slap Up In Perfect Condition. Reframing Perception through Street Pop Art Street pop art and graffiti artwork, characterized by their vibrant immediacy and cultural resonance, have a way of capturing the zeitgeist of the era in which they were born. The "Infectious Substance Warning Bio-Hazard Label Uline S-180 Sticker" series by graffiti artist Saber, whose real name is Ryan Weston Shook, exemplifies this phenomenon. With his 2020 collection of signed original slap-up graffiti art tags, Saber converges the world of hazardous material warnings with the rebellious spirit of street art. Each 4x4 marker-tagged piece carries his unique interpretation, transforming the ominous implications of the bio-hazard symbol into a canvas that speaks to the broader impact of what is genuinely infectious in our societies. Saber's Artistic Intervention on Bio-Hazard Symbols Saber's choice of the bio-hazard label as a substrate for his art is particularly telling. The symbol, designed to alert to dangerous pathogens, is recontextualized in his work to question the infectious nature of ideas, the virulence of art, and the power of expression to permeate and affect the public psyche. The contagious substance label, meant to protect by warning, is overlaid with Saber's tags that neither obscure the message nor dilute its significance. Instead, they add a layer of meaning, an artist's signature that challenges the viewer to question the boundaries between safety, censorship, public health, and public discourse. Modern Street Artwork as Social Commentary In modern street artwork, Saber's creations are a powerful testament to the artist's role as a social commentator. His work on the Uline S-180 stickers is a visual metaphor for 2020, a period marked by global health crises and a heightened awareness of biological hazards. By tagging these stickers, Saber connects the dots between the literal infectious agents the labels warn against and the metaphorical contagion of fear, misinformation, and societal unrest that characterized the year. The permanence of the marker on the glossy sticker mirrors the lasting impact of the year's events on the collective consciousness, ensuring that while the hazards may be contained, the dialogue they incite is not. In every line and color choice, Saber's art on the bio-hazard stickers demands engagement and reflects the unyielding nature of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. As a documented figure in the graffiti community, Saber's American roots and contributions continue to shape the conversation around the power of street art to reframe our perception of the symbols that dominate our public spaces. Each tag is a deliberate reclamation, a declaration that even the most exemplary of symbols can become a medium for enduring artistic expression.

    $15.00

  • Health Hazards Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Green 1 Health Hazards Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Blue 1

    Saber Health Hazards Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Health Hazards Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Original Permanent Marker Art Drawing on Mailing Glossy Warning Sticker by Graffiti Artist Modern Street Artwork. 2020 Signed Original Slap Up Graffiti Art Tag 4x4 Marker Tagged on Health Flammability Special Instability Hazard  Warning Label Uline S-724 Sticker.  Slap Up In Perfect Condition. Artistic Alchemy on Hazardous Grounds The transformation of ordinary objects into visual spectacles is a hallmark of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. In this vein, the "Health Hazards Slap-Up Label Sticker" by Saber, real name Ryan Weston Shook, from the United States, stands out as a captivating fusion of warning label iconography and graffiti artistry. Created in 2020, these pieces symbolize how graffiti artists repurpose everyday items, such as health flammability and particular instability hazard warning label stickers, to make bold statements through art. Saber's original permanent marker art drawings on these glossy arrow stickers testify to the genre's ingenuity and ability to imbue commonplace materials with new life and meaning. Symbolism and Significance in Saber's Work Saber's art on hazard warning stickers is particularly poignant. The stickers' inherent message of caution and danger is juxtaposed with Saber's tags' freeform and expressive nature. This contrast is not merely aesthetic but symbolic, alluding perhaps to the inherent risks and hazards of graffiti creation. In the urban jungle, the graffiti artist is both a creator and a transgressor, and Saber's work captures this duality perfectly. The use of bright, contrasting colors over the hazard symbols does not obscure the warning but instead invites the viewer to reflect on the layers of meaning within the piece. Reflections of 2020 in Street Pop Art 2020 was not just another year in the annals of history but a turning point for societies worldwide. The original slap-up graffiti art tags on these health and hazard stickers by Saber reflect a year marked by global upheaval and a reevaluation of what is considered safe and dangerous. In his 4x4 marker-tagged creations, Saber captures the spirit of an era where the world grappled with health crises and societal instability. By signing each piece, Saber not only claims authorship but also anchors the artwork in time and place, offering a permanent marker — literally and figuratively — of a moment in time through the lens of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork.

    $15.00

  • Inhalation Hazard Skull Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Red 1 Inhalation Hazard Skull Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Red 1

    Saber Inhalation Hazard Skull Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Inhalation Hazard Skull Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Original Permanent Marker Art Drawing on Mailing Glossy Skull Sticker by Graffiti Artist Modern Street Artwork. 2020 Signed Original Slap Up Graffiti Art Tag 4x4 Marker Tagged on Inhalation Hazard Skull and Cross Bones Jolly Roger Warning Label Uline S-5563 Sticker. Slap Up In Perfect Condition. Subversive Aesthetics in Street Pop Art Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork are distinguished by their raw, pulsating energy and penchant for transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary. The "Inhalation Hazard Skull Slap-Up Label Sticker" vividly embodies this transformative power. American artist Saber, born Ryan Weston Shook, has redefined the boundaries of art by bringing his original permanent marker drawings to the glossy skull stickers typically found in shipping and packaging. Each 4x4 piece is not just a slap-up graffiti art tag; it is a signed original that stands as a testament to the creativity and rebellious spirit of the street art movement. The series, marked by the jolly Roger skull and crossbones of the Uline S-5563 sticker, represents a provocative fusion of danger and artistry. Saber's Visual Commentary on Risk and Art Historically associated with piracy and poison, the skull and crossbones symbol takes on new life under Saber's hand. His work on these inhalation hazard labels is a bold commentary on the risks inherent in the act of creation itself, especially within the often illicit world of graffiti. Combined with the bold, chaotic lines of Saber's tag, this imagery creates a striking juxtaposition – a dialogue between the formal symbolism of danger and street art's personal, anarchic language. The pieces, created in the tumultuous year of 2020, resonate with the global atmosphere of anxiety and the need for an outlet, a voice amidst the chaos.  Street Pop Art as Cultural Narrative In the context of modern street artwork, Saber's "Inhalation Hazard Skull Slap-Up Label Sticker" is more than an artistic act; it is a cultural narrative. These stickers, once indicators of physical danger, now signal the presence of a different kind of hazard – the stifling of expression and the toxic environments that threaten creativity. Through his artwork, Saber challenges observers to reconsider the implications of the symbols that populate our world and recognize graffiti's power as a form of social and political discourse. Each sticker is a bold declaration of presence, a signature that marks the world with a message of resilience and resistance. In the face of adversity, Saber's art stands as a beacon of the enduring power of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork, testifying to the indomitable urge to leave one's mark on the world.

    $15.00

  • Dangerous When Wet Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Gold 1 Dangerous When Wet Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Gold 2

    Saber Dangerous When Wet Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Dangerous When Wet Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Original Permanent Marker Art Drawing on Glossy Flame Sticker by Graffiti Artist Modern Street Artwork. 2020 Signed Original Slap Up Graffiti Art Tag 4x4 Marker Tagged on Dangerous When Wet Label Uline S-176 Sticker.  Slap Up In Perfect Condition. Challenging Conventions with Street Pop Art The "Dangerous When Wet Label Uline S-176 Sticker" series, created by the renowned graffiti artist Saber, whose birth name is Ryan Weston Shook, stands as a compelling intersection of street art innovation and cautionary messaging. Saber's 2020 collection of 4x4 marker-tagged artworks embodies the essence of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork, repurposing warning labels meant to signify potential danger into canvases that question and provoke thought about the inherent risks in our daily lives and the nature of perceived threats. Fluidity and Permanence in Saber's Art The warning labels Saber selects are traditionally designed to alert individuals of the immediate physical dangers of substances that react with water. However, by incorporating his signature tag into these labels, Saber invites a dialogue on the fluidity of art and its ability to leave a permanent mark on both the physical and cultural landscapes. Through tagging, these stickers, which once served a single helpful purpose, are now transformed into a statement on the juxtaposition of danger and beauty, impermanence and endurance. This speaks to the heart of graffiti's ethos – creating art that can withstand the elements, much like the substances the original labels warn against. Saber and the Assertion of Artistic Presence Each signed original slap-up graffiti art tag is a declaration of presence, asserting the artist's voice in a reserved space for warnings and prohibitions. The choice of the 'Dangerous When Wet' sticker is especially resonant in the year it was created, a year fraught with global challenges where the metaphorical concept of being 'dangerous when wet' could be extended to the idea of ideas, movements, and expressions that gain momentum and power when combined with the elements of social and political change. In exploring this theme, Saber utilizes the language of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork to navigate the complexities of communication in public spaces. His work demands recognition for its aesthetic appeal and its ability to engage with and transform the messages embedded within our environments. As a respected figure in street art, Saber continues to push the boundaries of how art can interact with and alter the fabric of society. Each piece he creates is not just an artwork; it is a challenge, a question, and a statement rolled into one, symbolic of the power and potential of street art to recontextualize and redefine the symbols surrounding us.

    $15.00

  • This Way Up Orange Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Gold 1 This Way Up Orange Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Gold 1

    Saber This Way Up Orange Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    This Way Up Orange Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Original Permanent Marker Art Drawing on Mailing Glosse Arrow Sticker by Graffiti Artist Modern Street Artwork. 2020 Signed Original Slap Up Graffiti Art Tag 4x6 Marker Tagged on Mail Service Up Arrow Label Sticker. Exact Sticker May Slightly Vary From Image. Signature Styles and Symbolism within the Graffiti Movement Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork have evolved into prominent visual languages of urban culture, often conveying potent messages of social and political dissent. Within this context, the original tag art by the American graffiti artist Saber, precisely his "This Way Up Orange Slap-Up Label Sticker," epitomizes the dynamic intersection between everyday materials and artistic expression. Known for his influential role in the graffiti community, Saber, whose real name is Ryan Weston Shook, has crafted an impactful career that extends beyond the streets and into the gallery spaces. Saber's work on the "This Way Up Orange Slap-Up Label Sticker" is a testament to street art's raw energy and spontaneity. Using a familiar mailing gloss arrow sticker as his canvas, Saber transforms an object of mundane utility into a vibrant piece of art. The choice of material is not incidental; it speaks to the graffiti tradition of appropriating public spaces and objects for personal expression. Typically signifying direction and purpose, the arrow is recontextualized here to direct attention to the overlooked surfaces of urban environments that become the graffiti artist's domain. The bold use of orange and the confident strokes of the marker creates a striking contrast, emphasizing the piece's visual impact. Saber's gestural lines, layered and overlapping, defy the simplicity of the sticker's original purpose. This interplay of color and form is characteristic of Street Pop Art, where the vibrancy of popular culture is distilled into visual snippets that capture the viewer's attention. The year 2020, when this piece was created, saw a resurgence in graffiti art's relevance, mirroring a time of social upheaval and the search for new means of expression. Saber's "This Way Up Orange Slap-Up Label Sticker" aligns with the historical ethos of graffiti as a form of resistance and identity. By signing the artwork, the artist asserts ownership and authenticity, a bold claim in the often anonymous world of street art. Graffiti Artwork, traditionally seen as vandalism, has gained recognition in the art world, blurring the lines between high art and street culture. Saber's work, much like that of his predecessors and contemporaries, challenges preconceived notions of what constitutes art and who is deemed an artist. The permanence of the marker on the gloss arrow sticker symbolizes the lasting impact of graffiti culture, an indelible mark on the face of contemporary art history. The "This Way Up Orange Slap-Up Label Sticker" by Saber is more than a mere piece of original permanent marker art. It reflects the artist's American heritage, a snapshot of the year 2020, and a bold statement within the Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork movement. Saber, who remains a pivotal figure in the graffiti world, continues to inspire and provoke, ensuring that his art remains a part of the urban landscape as the streets themselves.

    $24.00

  • Radioactive III Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Silver 1 Radioactive III Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Gold 1

    Saber Radioactive III Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Radioactive III Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Original Permanent Marker Art Drawing on Mailing Glossy Radioactive Symbol Warning Sticker by Graffiti Artist Modern Street Artwork. 2022 Signed Original Slap Up Graffiti Art Tag 4x4 Marker Tagged on Radioactive Warning Label Uline S-13849 Sticker.  Slap Up In Perfect Condition. Radioactive  Expressions in Street Art In Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork, the "Radioactive III Slap-Up Label Sticker" series by Saber, legally known as Ryan Weston Shook, stands out as a profound commentary on the interplay between hazard and creativity. His 2020 series of original permanent marker art drawings on the quintessential yellow and black radioactive warning stickers transform these danger symbols into compelling pieces of modern street artwork. Each 4x4 piece, tagged with Saber's moniker on the Uline S-13849 sticker, carries the weight of its message through the juxtaposition of the universally known hazard symbol with the personal style of the graffiti artist. Confronting Perceptions with Tag Art The choice of the radioactive symbol, a globally recognized sign of lethal materials and the presence of unseen dangers, is intentional and provocative. Saber's tags across these stickers confront our perceptions of risk and the unseen forces that shape our world. By marking these warning labels with his art, Saber injects a human element into the conversation about the hazards surrounding us, both seen and unseen, tangible and intangible. The act of tagging these specific stickers is a bold statement, challenging the viewer to consider the potential for harm that exists not just in the physical realm but in the realm of ideas and expression. Saber's Artistic Legacy An American artist, Saber utilizes his work to provoke and challenge the status quo. His artistry on the "Radioactive III" stickers reflects his capacity to take warning symbols and transform them into symbols of identity and resistance. The series, signed and dated, is a testament to a year marked by global unrest and a reevaluation of what constitutes a threat to our collective well-being. Through his work, Saber raises questions about the role of art in a world that is increasingly aware of and responsive to the dangers it faces, be it environmental, political, or social. In each piece, Saber's signature style — bold, assertive, and unapologetic — captures the essence of street art's capacity to engage with its environment in a dialogue that is both critical and hopeful. The radioactive symbol, once a stark warning, becomes through Saber's intervention a canvas for exploring the boundaries of art and the power of an artist's touch to change how we see the world around us. As an active contributor to the graffiti and street art scene, Saber's work continues to resonate, ensuring that his voice and vision are as enduring as the radioactive elements his chosen canvases warn us about.

    $20.00

  • Limited Quantities Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Saber Limited Quantities Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Limited Quantities Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Original Spray Paint Art Drawing on Glossy US Flag Sticker by Graffiti Artist Modern Street Artwork. 2020 Signed by Tag Original Slap Up Graffiti Art 10x7 Neon Orange Spray Paint & Acrylic Paint Tagged on Limited Quantities Sticker. Saber's Signature Style and Medium The notion of exclusivity and scarcity often heightens the allure of an artwork, a concept that street pop art and graffiti artwork embody with particular zeal. In the realm of this artistic expression, the 'Limited Quantities' slap-up label sticker original tag art by Saber is a vivid exemplar of such rarity and desirability. This piece is a testament to the graffiti artist's signature style, where the urban landscape becomes a canvas for bold statements and visual disruptions. The artist, Saber, whose real name is respected in the street art community, chooses an everyday object—a glossy US flag sticker—and transforms it into a conduit for artistic expression. Measuring 10x7 inches, the work features neon orange spray paint and acrylic, a combination that Saber employs to create an arresting visual impact. The piece is a 2020 original, signed by the artist's tag, a mark of authenticity in the graffiti world. Saber's work is a dialogue between the artwork and its viewers. It is a conversation sparked by the vibrant hues and the vigorous, almost aggressive application of the tag that slices through the text 'Limited Quantities.' Using a slap-up sticker underscores the guerrilla nature of street art—fast, unexpected, and often fleeting. This mode of art-making aligns with the concept of limited editions; just as the sticker is quickly placed, it can be just as rapidly removed or covered, its existence as fleeting as the quantity it denotes. The Cultural Resonance of Limited Quantities in Modern Street Art In the culture of street pop art and graffiti artwork, the phrase 'Limited Quantities' speaks volumes. It is not just a literal indication of availability but also a symbolic nod to the transient nature of the genre. Street art is often at the mercy of environmental elements, city clean-up crews, or even other artists who may paint over a piece in the ever-evolving urban gallery. Thus, each work's existence is inherently limited, a transient moment of expression captured before it is altered or erased. Saber's piece serves as a literal and figurative marker of the times. In an age where consumerism often leads to mass production and replication, there is a growing appreciation for what is rare and unique. With its exclusive tag and vibrant spray paint on a glossy sticker, this artwork becomes a collectible item, a treasure hunt find for street art lovers and casual observers alike. The neon orange color, often associated with caution and high visibility, plays a dual role in this artwork. It demands attention, ensuring the message and the art cannot be ignored. Simultaneously, it satirizes the concept of caution by implying that the content, the 'Limited Quantities' of authentic street art, should be approached with reverence and awareness. Saber, an American artist, has contributed to the urban art scene and shaped the conversation around the value and significance of street pop art. Much like the 'Limited Quantities' slap-up sticker, his works reflect a societal commentary on the state of art, consumerism, and the politics of space and visibility. They are symbols of resistance, creativity, and the indomitable spirit of the street art movement. Saber's 'Limited Quantities' sticker is more than just a piece of graffiti artwork; it is a statement on street pop art's transient yet impactful nature. It is an emblem of the scarcity that often accompanies true creativity and originality in the bustling marketplace of ideas that is the modern cityscape. With each piece, Saber not only leaves his mark on the physical world but also imprints on the collective consciousness of a culture that continues to seek out the rare, the unique, and the authentic expressions of human experience.

    $60.00

  • Quarantine Neon Orange Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Orange 2 Quarantine Neon Orange Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Saber Quarantine Neon Orange Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Quarantine High Vis Tagged Original Slap-Up Label Marker Painting/Drawing Art on Mailing Label by Tru Graffiti Legend Saber Urban Street Artist. 2020 Signed Marker Original Quarantine Collection Slap Up Graffiti Art Tag 6.5x3 Tagged on Virus Covid Quarantine High Visibility Neon Orange Warning Label.

    $40.00

  • Coronavirus Quarantine Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Saber Coronavirus Quarantine Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Coronavirus Quarantine Multi Tagged Original Slap-Up Label Marker Painting/Drawing Art on Warning Label by Tru Graffiti Legend Saber Urban Street Artist. 2020 Signed Marker Original Coronavirus Quarantine Yellow Biohazard Slap Up Graffiti Art Tag 7x5 Multi Tagged on High Visibility Virus Covid-19 Warning Label Red, Purple & Silver Marker. Confronting a Global Crisis through Street Pop Art The 'Coronavirus Quarantine' multi-tagged original slap-up label marker painting/drawing by the urban street artist Saber captures the zeitgeist of an era dominated by the pandemic. This 2020 signed marker original is more than a piece of graffiti artwork; it is a historical document that encapsulates a moment when the world grappled with the unprecedented challenge of COVID-19. Saber, known for his influential role in the graffiti art scene, takes a high-visibility yellow biohazard slap-up label, a symbol now ubiquitously associated with the virus, and transforms it into a canvas. The dimensions of the work, 7x5 inches, might seem modest, but the impact of the art could be better. Through his use of vibrant and chaotic tags that overlay the stark warning of 'Coronavirus Quarantine,' Saber disrupts the alarming message of the label, inviting contemplation on the nature of the pandemic that extends beyond fear and caution. The piece is a profound commentary on global affairs during the COVID-19 crisis. The graffiti artist's tags subverted the choice to use a warning label, a helpful object designed to communicate danger and command obedience. The tags, often considered an act of defiance in public spaces, here challenge the narrative of the pandemic by bringing an individualistic and human touch to the impersonal and clinical warning label. Impact of Saber's Art in the Context of Street Pop Art In the context of street pop art, Saber's 'Coronavirus Quarantine' piece stands out as a poignant reflection of the times. Street art has always had the unique ability to engage with its audience directly and urgently. In this instance, the art serves as a visual expression of the collective angst, confusion, and resilience experienced during the quarantine periods. Saber's artwork, juxtaposing the form of formal, almost anarchic graffiti tags, speaks to the unchecked nature of the public's response to the pandemic—order and disorder, compliance and rebellion. 2020 will be remembered for its seismic shifts in global health, economies, and societies. In this climate, street pop art and graffiti artwork like Saber's serve as markers of resistance and reminders of human endurance. The biohazard slap-up label, once a mere functional sign, is recontextualized as a piece of art that provokes, questions, and endures, much like the human spirit during the trials of the pandemic. Saber, the American artist behind this impactful work, has once again demonstrated why he is regarded as a legend in the graffiti world. His ability to take the pulse of society and translate it into art that is both provocative and reflective ensures that his work remains relevant and resonant, not just within the street art community but also among those who encounter his art in the very public spaces that the coronavirus pandemic has so markedly changed.

    $65.00

  • Triple Made in USA Flag Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Saber Triple Made in USA Flag Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Triple Made in USA Flag Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Original Permanent Marker Art Drawing on Glossy US Flag Sticker by Graffiti Artist Modern Street Artwork. 2020 Signed 3x Uncut US Flag Made in USA America Original Slap Up Graffiti Art Tag 12x4 Marker Tagged on Sticker. The Fusion of Patriotism and Rebellion: Street Pop Art & Graffiti Artwork The artwork under scrutiny exemplifies a vibrant confluence of street art ethos and patriotic expression. At first glance, the piece presents itself as a defiant act of embellishment on a symbol of national pride, the American flag, with a repetitive assertion of domestic production - "Made in the USA." Yet, upon closer inspection, it reveals a layered dialogue between the artist's intent and the viewer's interpretation, characteristic of street pop art and graffiti artwork. Saber, the artist behind this creation, is a recognized figure within the street art community. His contributions have been instrumental in elevating graffiti as a legitimate form of contemporary art. Born in the United States, Saber's works often imbue a sense of national identity while simultaneously challenging the status quo. Through his art, he manifests a unique blend of patriotism and critique, a duality especially palpable in this piece. Symbolism and Significance in Saber's Artwork The triptych form of the uncut sticker sheet intensifies the impact of the message "Made in USA," iterated thrice for emphasis. Each flag is a canvas for Saber's signature tagged style, where the fluidity and boldness of his lines are pronounced against the structured backdrop of the stars and stripes. The choice of a glossy US flag sticker as a medium is deliberate, enhancing the interplay of textures and finishes, a hallmark of street pop art. Saber's use of permanent markers to draw over the stickers indicates the permanence of the sentiments expressed through the artwork. The stark black scribbles, chaotic and vigorous, convey a sense of urgency and raw emotion that often accompanies national identity and production discussions. The act of tagging over a national symbol can be seen as a form of social and political commentary, a conversation starter on topics ranging from patriotism to consumerism in American society. Contextualizing Saber's Work in Modern Street Art In the landscape of modern street art, Saber's work stands out for its fearless confrontation with political themes and its nuanced examination of American identity. His 2020 series of tagged US flag stickers holds a mirror to the complexities of the "American Dream" and the realities of the country's manufacturing ethos. By overlaying graffiti art onto an emblem of national pride, Saber challenges viewers to reconsider their perceptions of the flag and graffiti as an art form. The graffiti artist's employment of slap-up labels, a street art staple, underscores the transient nature of the medium. Traditionally, slap-ups are quickly affixed to surfaces in public spaces, intended for mass consumption, and often subject to removal or decay. In contrast, Saber's work immortalizes this ephemeral technique, transforming the slap-up into a lasting artifact of cultural expression. The fusion of graffiti with the iconic flag imagery in this artwork invites discourse on the dichotomy between established norms and subversive acts. It is a testament to the evolving narrative of street pop art, where the boundaries between the sanctioned and the insurgent are blurred. Saber's art does not just occupy physical space; it occupies the mental space of contemplation, urging an engagement with its underlying messages. Saber's triple "Made in USA" flag stickers stand as a poignant example of how street pop art and graffiti can encapsulate complex socio-political themes within a singular visual experience. It is a striking reminder of the power inherent in street art to communicate, challenge, and engage on levels that transcend the visual, firmly establishing Saber's position within the pantheon of contemporary street artists.

    $35.00

  • Biohazard Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Blue 1 Biohazard Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Blue 2

    Saber Biohazard Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    This Biohazard Neon Orange Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Original Acrylic Paint Art Drawing on Biohazard Label Sticker by Graffiti Artist Modern Street Artwork. 2020 Signed Original Slap Up Graffiti Art Tag 6x6 Acrylic Paint Tagged on Medical Biohazard Label Sticker. Neon High Visibility Orange Biohazard Symbol Uline label #S-20794. Exploring the Fusion of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork In the dynamic sphere of contemporary visual culture, street pop art and graffiti artwork stand out as potent forms of expression that encapsulate urban life's rhythm and raw sentiments. Among the luminaries of this genre is the renowned graffiti artist Saber, known for his striking contributions to the street art panorama. The piece under scrutiny is a vibrant example of his ingenuity—a 6x6 acrylic or marker piece tagged on a medical biohazard label sticker featuring a neon high visibility orange biohazard symbol from Uline label #S-20794. Distinctive Aesthetic of Saber's Tag Art Saber's original permanent marker art drawing on a mailing glossy arrow sticker presents a striking visual paradox. The neon orange of the biohazard symbol evokes a sense of caution, typically used to warn of dangerous substances. Contrasted with the blue drips of paint that appear haphazardly splashed across the surface, there is intentional defiance and palpable tension between structure and chaos. This work is a signed 2020 original slap-up graffiti art tag that showcases not just the artist's signature style but also his ability to transform ordinary objects into powerful statements. The choice of a biohazard label as a canvas is a commentary on the infectious nature of art and ideas. Saber effectively takes a symbol that denotes hazard and contamination and recontextualizes it within the aesthetic of street pop art. By doing so, he challenges the viewer to reconsider the connotations of biohazards, not just in the physical sense but in the metaphorical contagion of art in public spaces. Impact and Significance in Modern Street Art Saber is an American artist whose real name has been as influential in the graffiti community as the images he creates on walls and in galleries. His use of a mailing label as a medium is a nod to the guerrilla tactics of early street art culture, where quick, impactful statements were essential, and materials were often repurposed or found objects. This sticker art, often called a 'slap-up,' is a form of street art that is quickly applied, or 'slapped up,' onto a surface in a public space. It allows for transient yet assertive communication, echoing urban life's fast-paced and often impermanent nature. The neon orange and blue artwork transcends its simple components, becoming a canvas for a larger discourse on visibility, legality, and the permanence of art. As a form of street pop art, it retains the accessibility and mass appeal of pop culture while embedding itself in the more subversive and counter-cultural roots of graffiti. This duality is where its power lies; it is both a bold declaration and a subliminal whisper, a fixture on the streets that can be as quickly removed as it is noticed. In the context of graffiti artwork, Saber's biohazard label sticker becomes an artifact of the streets, a testament to the artist's ability to command attention and communicate through symbols and color. With its saturated hues and deliberate drips, the piece resonates with the energy of the streets and the people's voices. It is a piece that marks a physical space and stamps a moment in time, encapsulating the essence of street pop art in its ability to capture the pulse of contemporary urban life. The interplay of color, symbol, and medium in this piece illustrates the innovative potential of street pop art. Saber's work disrupts the monotony of urban environments, offering passersby a moment of aesthetic arrest amidst the concrete canvas of the city. In modern street artwork, such interventions are not just decorative but are vital narratives that articulate the identity and the undercurrents of a city's cultural dialogue. Through works like this, Saber and his contemporaries continue to influence the trajectory of street pop art, ensuring its evolution and relevance. They remind us that the streets remain a powerful platform for artistic expression, where the voices of the marginalized and the spirit of rebellion can find their visual lexicon. Saber's neon orange slap-up label sticker is not just a mark made with acrylic or marker; it is a statement, a challenge, and a vibrant echo of the energy that drives the city's heart.

    $45.00

  • Priority Mail 228-2013 Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Saber Priority Mail 228-2013 Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber

    Priority Mail 228-2013 Slap-Up Label Sticker Original Tag Art by Saber Original Permanent Drawing Art on USPS Mailing Label by Graffiti Artist Modern Street Artwork. 2020 Signed by Tag Original Slap Up Graffiti Art Tag 4.5x3.5 Color Marker on the USPS United States Postal Service Priority Mail Label 228-2013.  Street Art's Intersection with Everyday Objects The 'Priority Mail 228-2013' slap-up label sticker featuring original tag art by Saber is a remarkable embodiment of how modern street artwork intersects with everyday objects. Saber, a recognized name in graffiti, transforms a mundane USPS mailing label into a canvas for his artistic expression. This piece, a 4.5x3.5 color marker on the USPS United States Postal Service Priority Mail Label 228-2013, is 2020 original, showcasing the artist's unique ability to repurpose everyday items into art. Saber's Artistic Commentary on Communication This work is more than an act of creative repurposing; it serves as a commentary on communication and how messages are transmitted in the modern world. By choosing a Priority Mail label, Saber taps into the theme of urgency and the importance of messages that such labels signify. His artwork disrupts this narrative of swift communication with a personal and cryptic tag, suggesting that amidst the rapid exchange of information, there are layers of meaning waiting to be uncovered. The tag, applied with a color marker, flows across the label in a style reminiscent of Saber's street art murals. The vibrant green strokes against the white and red of the Priority Mail label create a stark contrast, symbolizing perhaps the clash between the institutional and the individual, the standardized and the personalized. The use of a USPS label also points to the public domain as a space ripe for artistic intervention, where the artist can leave a mark that is both provocative and publicly accessible. Modern Street Art and the Culture of Slap-Up Tags Saber's choice of a slap-up label adheres to the culture of street pop art, where quick, spontaneous creations are integral to the art form. Slap-up tags are known for their immediacy and are often used by artists to leave a quick signature in public spaces. This piece emulates that culture, with Saber's tag being a literal and figurative mark of the artist's presence. In the context of street pop art and graffiti artwork, Saber's 'Priority Mail 228-2013' label is a testament to the genre's evolving canvas. It moves beyond walls and subway cars to find a place on portable, everyday items, thus expanding the reach of street art. Saber, an American artist, is known for such innovations, constantly challenging the boundaries of where and what street art can be. In sum, the artwork on the Priority Mail label is a statement on the power of street art to transform the mundane into the extraordinary. It captures the essence of street pop art's spontaneity and Saber's role as a pioneer in the movement. The tag, a signature of the artist's identity, reminds of the personal touch in an increasingly impersonal world dominated by digital communication and standardized services.

    $24.00

Saber> Pop Artist Graffiti Street Artworks

Emergence and Evolution of Saber's Artistry

Graffiti art, a dynamic form of street pop art, has given rise to many influential figures, one of whom is the artist known as Saber. His work, characterized by its vibrant energy, complex forms, and raw power, has transformed public spaces and the perception of graffiti as an art form. A pioneer in his own right, Saber's contributions to the street art landscape have been significant, bringing graffiti into the spotlight and championing it as a legitimate and expressive art medium. Saber emerged on the scene in the 1990s, quickly gaining notoriety for his ambitious and large-scale works that adorned the urban landscapes of Los Angeles. His iconic piece on the concrete banks of the LA River is one such example. It was once considered one of the most prominent graffiti pieces in the world. Not just the size but the intricate and layered style of his work captivated both onlookers and fellow artists alike. This monumental work signals that graffiti was no longer an underground movement but a force of visual impact and artistic intent.

The Style and Substance of Saber's Graffiti

The style of Saber is distinguished by its unique blend of aggressive lettering with a fluidity that defies the often-rigid urban canvases it occupies. Utilizing a spectrum of colors and masterful control of aerosol paint, Saber's pieces are more than just tags or throw-ups; they are intricate works that demand attention and respect. His pieces often incorporate a sense of movement and depth that make them stand out in the sprawling cityscapes they inhabit. The scale and complexity of his work not only push the boundaries of traditional graffiti but challenge the viewer's understanding of public art.

Saber's Impact on Street Pop Art and Culture

The influence of Saber extends beyond the visual to the cultural and political realms. He has been an outspoken advocate for artists' rights, particularly in the context of the legal battles and debates surrounding street art. Through his activism, Saber has helped shift the graffiti narrative, arguing for its place in the cultural dialogue and its recognition as a valuable form of street pop art. His work has been pivotal in changing the perceptions of graffiti, from acts of vandalism to expressions of social and personal identity.

Collaborations and Exhibitions

Over the years, Saber has collaborated with various artists and featured in numerous exhibitions, both in galleries and museums. These collaborations and exhibitions have played a key role in cementing graffiti's position in art. By bringing his work into such venues, Saber has bridged the gap between the street and the gallery, allowing a broader audience to engage with and appreciate the art form.

Legacy and Continuation of Saber's Work

Saber's legacy continues to inspire and influence new generations of graffiti artists. His commitment to his craft and community has left an indelible mark on street pop art and graffiti artwork. As an artist, Saber remains a prominent figure whose career is a testament to the power of perseverance, talent, and the ability to transcend the boundaries of traditional art forms. Saber's journey as a graffiti artist symbolizes the evolution of street art itself. His progression from the streets to the gallery walls reflects the changing landscape of urban art and its growing acceptance. With each piece, Saber not only leaves his mark on the physical space but also contributes to the rich tapestry of street pop art, ensuring that graffiti's vibrancy, diversity, and message continue to resonate within the public consciousness. Through his work, Saber challenges viewers to see the world around them through a different lens that recognizes street art's beauty and legitimacy.

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