Lady Shiva Original One of a Kind Mixed Media Paint & Markers Painting Artwork on Hand Deckled Handmade Art Paper by Popular Street Graffiti Artist Lady Pink. 2019 illustration paint markers, on handmade paper. 6 x 18 inches in size. Signed & Dated
Dissected Bear Head- GID Kickstarter Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Glow in the Dark Artwork by street graffiti Luke Chueh. 2015 Limited Edition Luke Chueh's iconic bear head design with a quarter cut exposed, showing the human skull within. Produced in Glow in the Dark vinyl. No Box
Fortress Mad Spray Can Mutant Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti Quiccs x Jeremy MadL x Martian Toys. Rattle Rattle Rattle Mad Mutant Spraycan is on its relentless assault and has teamed up with the mighty manila killa Quiccs to bring this street beast to the EastFORTRESS MAD SPRAYCAN MUTANTBy Quiccs x MadL x MartianToysThe stats remain the same on this mutantPlatform Designed by legendary Jeremy Madl, Edition, Designed by Renowned Manila Based Street Artist Quiccs, and made by those alien misfit toymakers, Martian Toys, get ready for a gang of grungy tough mentally disturbed Mutant Spray Cans to rattle your cage. 6 points of articulation, 2 sets of shoes, Eraser and Vans
Dissected Bear Head- Kickstarter Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti Luke Chueh. Includes Small Print. Luke Chueh's iconic bear head design with a quarter cut exposed, showing the human skull within. Produced in fully painted vinyl.
Untitled Box Car Graffiti Original Acrylic Paint on Train Sculpture Artwork by Street Artist Modern Pop Artist Sweet Toof. 2021 Signed Original Tagged Acrylic Train Box Car Size 17x6x4.5 Untitled, 2021 Acrylic on plastic train model 6 x 17 x 4-1/2 inches (15.2 x 43.2 x 11.4 cm) Signed in ink to underside of train and right side of the box
City Mouse Mad Spray Can Mutant Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti KMLO x Jeremy MadL x Martian Toys. Vinyl Figure Designed by Camilo Gonzales @KmiloChili 8” Tall 6 points of articulation 2 sets of shoes, Eraser and Vans Really RATTLES!! Ed. of 250 Come with City Mouse and learn all about the streets! Follow CM through the back alleys and fire escapes looking for the primo crumbs in the most "seasoned" dumpsters. Learn to follow the shadows and mark your territory while keeping a sharp lookout for the City Pig. Get essential tips on perfecting your swag like how to Protect Ya Neck. City Mouse has a lot to teach ya and is quick on his feet, don't worry if he gets too far ahead though, just follow the RATTLE
Lucky Cat Grin- Convention Red Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by Artist Ron English Contemporary Pop Artwork. 2018 Signed Limited Edition New In Box SFBI x Ron English presents Lucky Cat Grin.6 inches tall. Hand-signed by Ron English, 2018 SDCC Exclusive
Jeremy MadL HazMad Spraycan Mutant Art Toy by Jeremy MadL
HazMad Spray Can Mutant Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti Jeremy MadL x Martian Toys. Vinyl Figure Colorway Designed by Jeremy Madl 8” Tall 6 points of articulation 2 sets of shoes, Eraser and Vans Really RATTLES!! Ed. Of 250 It’s not safe in the streets! Not only are you hiding from the 5-0, battling for wall space against the rival crews, but now it’s just being outside! Danger from every angle has got this MadCan suited up so it can still get out and up while staying protected. This Rattlin’ 8” Vinyl Mad Mutant Spraycan is here to tower over your vinyl, dominate your walls and remind you to wash your hands. Designed by legendary Jeremy Madl and made by those alien misfit toymakers, Martian Toys, get ready for a gang of grungy tough mentally disturbed Mutant Spray Cans to rattle your cage.
In conclusion, the representation of skeletons and skulls in Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork is a testament to the enduring fascination with what lies beneath the surface of living beings. These depictions are a bold confrontation with the ultimate truths of existence, rendered in styles that range from the realistic to the abstract. Through these powerful symbols, street artists continue to engage with profound themes, inviting onlookers to reflect on the mysteries of life and death amidst the everyday landscapes of the urban environment.