Stonehenge Art Paper

23 artworks


  • Hand Alphabet Standard Letterpress Print by OG Slick

    OG Slick Hand Alphabet Standard Letterpress Print by OG Slick

    OG Slick Hand Alphabet- Standard Limited Edition 3-Color Letter Press on Hand-Deckled 250gsm Stonehenge Naturel Fine Art Paper by OG Slick pop art graffiti famous artist art. 2010 Signed Edition of 75

    $660.00

  • Le Tigre Silkscreen Print by Chris Saunders

    Chris Saunders Le Tigre Silkscreen Print by Chris Saunders

    Le Tigre Limited Edition 8-Color Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on 250gsm Stonehenge Fine Art Paper by Chris Saunders Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2016 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 100 Artwork Size 24x24 Le Tigre Silkscreen Print by Chris Saunders "This piece is an evolution of a piece I did a few years ago that originated as a sketch. I was experiencing a massive shift in my life at the time. I was feeling a pull away from my career as a commercial artist to focus on my own art and I had a lot of fear coming up for me. Usually, when I experience these shifts I do my best to get out of my head and trust my inner guidance. That inner guidance tends to mold those experiences into the form of different animal forms that guide me through that transition. To me, the tiger represents primal instinct and being able to let go and trust yourself and fully trust your intuition. This piece looks about 100 times more amazing when you see it in person, the pics don't really highlight the layers and textural quality of all the inks used." - Chris Saunders

    $837.00

  • Rise Above Serigraph Print by Erik Otto

    Erik Otto Rise Above Serigraph Print by Erik Otto

    Rise Above Limited Edition Hand Pulled 4-Color Serigraph Print on 250 gsm Bright White Stonehenge paper by Erik Otto Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Signed 2019 Rise Above 4-color serigraph 16 x 20 in. 250 gsm Stonehenge paper in Bright White Signed edition of 100

    $147.00

  • Infinite Eye Letterpress Print by Gats- Graffiti Against The System

    Gats- Graffiti Against The System Infinite Eye Letterpress Print by Gats- Graffiti Against The System

    Infinite Eye Limited Edition 2-Color Hand Letterpress Linoleum Cut Print on Cream Stonehenge Paper by Gats- Graffiti Against The System pop art graffiti famous artist art.

    $167.00

  • Undercurrents Serigraph Print by Erik Otto

    Erik Otto Undercurrents Serigraph Print by Erik Otto

    Undercurrents Limited Edition Hand Pulled 6-Color Serigraph Print on 250 gsm Stonehenge Paper by Erik Otto Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 6-color hand-pulled serigraph featuring gradients, translucent, and UV responsive inks. The layers of the print were drawn and painted directly on acetate or cut and torn from black paper in order to produce the screens with a final layer applied directly over the printed layers in alcohol-based paint. Printed in collaboration with fine art printer Mark Herschede of Haven Press in Brooklyn, NY. 14 x 18 in. / 35 x 46 cm. (final print size) 250 gsm Stonehenge paper in Pearl Grey Signed edition of 50

    $382.00

  • LA Hands Painted Silkscreen Print by OG Slick

    OG Slick LA Hands Painted Silkscreen Print by OG Slick

    LA Hands Painted 7-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on 298gsm Stonehenge Paper by OG Slick Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 200 Artwork Size 24x24 Spray Paint, Graffiti, Hand, Gang Sign, Hand Sign, LA, Los Angeles, California, Mickey Mouse, Disney, Tag, Throw Up Print. OG Slick, an iconic name synonymous with the vibrancy of street and pop art, introduces a masterpiece titled "LA Hands Painted." This 2021 creation captures the essence of Los Angeles, California, amalgamating elements of its culture, grit, and unmistakable flair. With the artwork measuring a substantial 24x24 inches, viewers are immediately drawn to the hands depicted, reminiscent of the quintessential LA gang signs. The hands' intricacy, paired with the fluidity of the sprayed graffiti, portrays both rebellion and an ode to a city known for its undying spirit. Beyond the immediate recognition of the hands, the influence of Disney, specifically Mickey Mouse, is subtly yet unmistakably infused. The spray can, held in a manner evocative of the beloved character, introduces a playful juxtaposition to the otherwise raw urban imagery. It's this blend of street aesthetics with pop culture elements that sets OG Slick apart, making his work resonate with both enthusiasts of urban art and broader audiences. This particular piece, "LA Hands Painted," is rendered as a 7-color hand-pulled silkscreen print, a technique revered for its ability to deliver rich, vibrant colors and capture the artist's intended details. Produced on 298gsm Stonehenge Paper, the choice ensures longevity and a pristine finish, suitable for any collector's gallery. Given its limited edition status, with only 200 prints available, each signed and numbered by OG Slick, it stands as a testament to exclusivity and artistic brilliance. Through this artwork, the essence of LA, its streets, signs, and symbols, are immortalized, showcasing the city's spirit and OG Slick's unparalleled artistic vision.

    $871.00

  • Shuiro Emotions Silkscreen Print by Shishidomia

    Shishidomia Shuiro Emotions Silkscreen Print by Shishidomia

    Shuiro Emotions 5-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on 250gsm White Stonehenge Paper by Shishidomia Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 2021 These high-quality screen prints are 5 colors, hand-pulled on Stonehenge 250 GSM white. The Japanese graphics on each print have a translucent embellishment that pops depending on lighting and your particular setting. Specs/ Additional info: Size: 18 x 24" Esch print is hand-signed and numbered. Edition of 20 units. "I love the idea of creation and the beauty of pure imagination. I see my work as a window to a parallel world, a world where we can all belong. a world where the beauty of the Japanese Edo period clashes with the power of present symbols.of Western culture and modernity. As a half-Japanese woman, growing up in one of the most homogeneous countries in the world (Japan), I spent most of my life searching for a sense of belonging. It forced me to create my reality, a reality of Shuiro Emotions." -Shishidomia

    $412.00

  • Sale -25% C/S II Silkscreen Pearl Print by OG Slick x Chaz Bojorquez

    OG Slick C/S II Silkscreen Pearl Print by OG Slick x Chaz Bojorquez

    C/S II 9-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Distressed Pearl White Finish Silkscreen Print on 250gsm Stonehenge White Fine Art Paper by OG Slick x Chaz Bojorquez Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 2016 Signed by OG Slick x Chaz Bojorquez & Numbered Limited Edition of 150 P2 The Fusion of Styles in C/S II by OG Slick and Chaz Bojorquez The collaboration between OG Slick and Chaz Bojorquez on the C/S II silkscreen print represents a significant moment in street pop art and graffiti artwork. This piece, created in 2016, is a fine example of how two artists can merge their distinctive styles to create a unique work that reflects their individual artistic identities. The 9-color hand-pulled limited edition distressed pearl white finish silkscreen print on 250gsm Stonehenge White Fine Art Paper is a testament to the meticulous craftsmanship and artistic vision shared by the two legends of the street art scene. OG Slick, an artist with a background deeply rooted in the Los Angeles graffiti movement, brings his iconic imagery and urban sensibilities to the piece. Known for his bold and often subversive visual language, Slick’s contribution to C/S II is immediately apparent in the stylized cartoon hands and contemporary iconography that speaks to street culture's commercial and gritty aspects. His work has often been characterized by a playfulness that belies a more profound commentary on social and cultural issues. This is evident in how he manipulates familiar symbols and characters to challenge viewers’ perceptions. Chaz Bojorquez's Signature Style in C/S II Chaz Bojorquez’s influence in the piece is equally profound. His signature style, which draws from the Cholo graffiti tradition and his sophisticated understanding of typography, complements Slick’s more whimsical elements with a sense of gravity and history. The calligraphic strokes and the intricate lettering in the background of C/S II are unmistakably Bojorquez’s, showcasing his mastery over form and ability to convey a rich cultural narrative through his art. His work captures the essence of a subculture that has often been marginalized, elevating it to a level of fine art that demands recognition and respect. The collaboration between these two artists on C/S II is a dialogue between different eras and styles within the street art genre. While OG Slick’s work is often seen as a bridge between the early days of street art and the modern aesthetic, Bojorquez represents the soulful, enduring aspects of graffiti art woven into the cultural fabric of urban life. Together, their work on this print creates a complex interplay of color, form, and symbolism that celebrates street art’s past and a bold statement about its future. Cultural Significance of the Limited Edition C/S II Print The cultural significance of the C/S II print lies in its embodiment of the spirit of street pop art and graffiti artwork. Limited to an edition of 150, each print is signed by OG Slick and Chaz Bojorquez, making it a rare and collectible piece that holds great value for street art lovers. The decision to limit the edition not only underscores the value of the artwork but also speaks to the ethos of street art, where the fleeting nature of the medium often means that works can be temporary and transient. By capturing this transient essence in a tangible form, OG Slick and Bojorquez have created a lasting artifact of street culture. The piece is particularly notable for its distressed pearl white finish, which adds texture and depth to the print. This finish gives the artwork a tactile quality that invites closer inspection and suggests a history behind the image as if it has been weathered by time and the elements – a nod to the real-world conditions of street art. The use of Stonehenge White Fine Art Paper further elevates the piece, marrying the raw energy of graffiti with the refinement of fine art printing techniques. Impact and Legacy of C/S II in Street Art and Pop Culture The impact and legacy of C/S II in street art and pop culture are significant. By bringing together two influential artists from different generations, the print bridges the early days of Los Angeles graffiti and the contemporary street art scene. It reflects the genre's evolution, showing how it can be a personal means of expression and a sophisticated art form. The print’s aesthetic, marked by the interplay of Bojorquez’s calligraphic skill and Slick’s graphic sensibility, exemplifies the potential of street art to engage with broader artistic movements and to be recognized in the wider context of pop art. As a piece of street pop and graffiti artwork, C/S II is a powerful example of the genre’s ability to adapt and grow while retaining its core principles. It is a reminder of the enduring influence of artists like OG Slick and Chaz Bojorquez, who continue to shape and inspire the trajectory of street art. Through works like this, they ensure that the streets' vibrant energy, defiance, and creativity remain a vital part of our cultural landscape.

    $1,787.00$1,340.00

  • Ice Cream Truck Silkscreen Print by Giorgiko

    Giorgiko Ice Cream Truck Silkscreen Print by Giorgiko

    Ice Cream Truck 10-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on 250gsm Stonehenge Gray Paper by Giorgiko Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 2022 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 60 Artwork Size 20x28 2022 GIORGIKO "Ice Cream Truck” Edition of 60 20 x 28 inches Hand-pulled 10 color screen print Printed on Stonehenge 250gsm grey 100% cotton fine art paper Hand-deckled edges Signed and numbered by both Darren and Trisha of Giorgiko Printed by Serio Press (Los Angeles).

    $596.00

  • Bubble Tea Silkscreen Print by Shishidomia

    Shishidomia Bubble Tea Silkscreen Print by Shishidomia

    Bubble Tea 5-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on 250gsm White Stonehenge Paper by Shishidomia Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 2022 Signed Limited Edition of 20 Size 18x24 high-quality screen prints are five colors, hand-pulled on Stonehenge 250 GSM white. The Japanese graphics on each print have a translucent embellishment that pops depending on lighting and your particular setting. Specs/ Additional info: Size: 18 x 24" Each print is hand-signed and numbered Edition of 20. "I love the idea of creation and the beauty of pure imagination. I see my work as a window to a parallel world where we can all belong. A world where the beauty of the Japanese Edo period clashes with the power of present symbols.of Western culture and modernity. As a half-Japanese woman growing up in one of the most homogeneous countries in the world (Japan), I spent most of my life searching for a sense of belonging. It forced me to create my reality, a reality of Shuiro Emotions." -Shishidomia Exploring Shishidomia's Fusion of Edo Tradition and Modern Street Pop Art Shishidomia, the artist renowned for her unique blend of traditional Japanese aesthetics and contemporary urban art, presents a striking limited edition silkscreen print series titled 'Bubble Tea.' This series exemplifies her signature fusion of Edo period elements with modern-day iconography, creating an engaging piece of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork. Limited to an exclusive run of just 20 pieces, each hand-pulled print is a testament to Shishidomia's meticulous craftsmanship and creative vision. Born from the creative depths of Shishidomia's dual heritage, the 'Bubble Tea' silkscreen series is a visual narrative that addresses the complex themes of identity and belonging. Each 18x24 inch print is painstakingly produced on 250gsm Stonehenge paper, a high-quality substrate revered for its durability and rich texture. The series boasts five colors, each layer hand-applied with precision, culminating in a piece that radiates both vibrancy and subtlety. The Japanese characters adorning the prints shimmer with a translucent quality, their luminescence shifting with ambient light and perspective changes. The Artistic Intersection of Japanese Edo Charm and Contemporary Culture Shishidomia's work is a window into a world where past and present merge. The 'Bubble Tea' series is a striking example of this, juxtaposing the grace of the Japanese Edo period against the backdrop of Western cultural symbols and modernity. This piece features a whimsical character, a nod to the historic Ukiyo-e style, sipping bubble tea, a trendy drink emblematic of modern global culture. The contrast is further highlighted by the character's attire, a blend of a traditional kimono patterned with contemporary floral designs and modern sneakers, emphasizing the time-spanning dialogue that Shishidomia invites us to partake in. Each print is not merely a static image but an interactive experience that changes with its surroundings. The choice of Stonehenge paper adds a tactile dimension, its delicate yet substantial feel enhancing the visual impact. Shishidomia's dedication to her craft is evident in the details: the hand-pulled silkscreen printing method ensures that each color is vibrant and full of life, with even the most minor details executed with the utmost care. Shishidomia's Personal Journey and Artistic Identity The narrative behind Shishidomia's art is as compelling as the pieces themselves. A half-Japanese artist grappling with her identity in a homogenized society, her quest for a place where she belongs drove her to create a unique artistic realm. She constructs a reality filled with 'Shuiro Emotions,' a concept that embodies her emotional and cultural journey. Her prints serve as artifacts of artistic expression and milestones on her path to self-discovery. Her prints are more than just art; they are pieces of a larger conversation about the nature of identity in a rapidly globalizing world. They ask the viewer to consider how disparate cultural elements can coexist and enrich one another, like the various influences shaping Shishidomia's life. Each print, hand-signed and numbered, carries a piece of the artist's soul and a fragment of her story—Shishidomia's commitment to creating a world where tradition and innovation merge is a hallmark of her work. The 'Bubble Tea' series captures this vision with its artful blend of historical Japanese iconography and modern-day cultural elements, resulting in a piece of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork that is thought-provoking and visually stunning. As with all great art, it challenges the viewer, posing questions about cultural authenticity, appropriation, and the synthesis of old and new. Shishidomia's contribution to the art world goes beyond visual aesthetics. Her work acts as a bridge for viewers to access not only the beauty of Japanese culture but also the universal quest for belonging in a constantly evolving world. Through her prints, we are invited to contemplate the fluidity of identity and the boundless potential of the imagination, illustrating that art can become a unifying language transcending time and place.

    $412.00

  • The Promise Silkscreen Print by Kaws- Brian Donnelly

    Kaws- Brian Donnelly The Promise Silkscreen Print by Kaws- Brian Donnelly

    The Promise Silkscreen Print by Kaws- Brian Donnelly Framed Hand-Pulled Screen Print on 250gm Stonehenge Steel Grey Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. 2022 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 500 Artwork Size 16x20 Custom Ornate Frame The Significance of Kaws' The Promise Silkscreen Print In modern art, Kaws, the pseudonym of Brian Donnelly, has risen as a luminary bridging contemporary aesthetics with street sensibilities. His work "The Promise" silkscreen print epitomizes the convergence of pop culture and art, standing as a testament to the dynamism of street pop art and graffiti Art. Created in 2022, this piece is part of a limited edition series that has garnered significant attention from collectors and enthusiasts alike. Characteristics of The Promise by Kaws "The Promise" features Kaws' iconic characters, recognized for their ability to evoke emotional depth despite their simplified and stylized forms. These figures, reminiscent of cartoons, are often interpreted as commentary on the nature of humanity and connectivity. In this print, the characters engage with a globe, suggesting stewardship and global responsibility themes—a reflection of contemporary issues that resonate on a universal scale. This particular silkscreen print is pulled by hand on 250gm Stonehenge Steel Grey Art Paper, a choice that contributes to the texture and depth of the piece. The use of high-quality art paper not only enhances the visual appeal but also ensures the longevity of the print, making it a valuable collector's item. The artwork measures 16x20 inches, a dimension that allows for intimate viewing while still asserting its presence as a statement piece. Limited Edition and Exclusivity The exclusivity of "The Promise" is underscored by its limited run of 500 signed and numbered prints. This deliberate scarcity amplifies the artwork's desirability and highlights its significance within Kaws' oeuvre. Collectors who own a piece of this limited series possess a segment of Kaws' artistic journey and a snapshot of Street Pop Art history. Custom Framing and Presentation Each print of "The Promise" is complemented by a custom ornate frame. The framing is not merely a protective enclosure but an extension of the artwork, carefully selected to enhance the piece's aesthetic and thematic elements. The frame elevates the print, ensuring it commands attention and respect, befitting its status as a work of art. The Position of The Promise in Street Pop Art & Graffiti Artwork Kaws' "The Promise" is distinctive in Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork. It embodies the artist's fluent dialogue between the street and the gallery, which challenges traditional boundaries and hierarchies within the art world. By bringing the rawness of the street into a refined gallery context, Kaws disrupts expectations and invites viewers to reconsider the value and place of Street Pop Art in the broader art historical narrative. Brian Donnelly's "The Promise" is a remarkable piece that captures the essence of Kaws's artistic vision and the spirit of street pop art and graffiti artwork. Its limited edition status, hand-pulled screen printing technique, and custom framing all contribute to its uniqueness as a work of art. As a collectible, it holds aesthetic value. It represents a crucial intersection between street culture and high art, making it a coveted piece for any serious collector or fan of contemporary art.

    $17,693.00

  • Family Silkscreen Print by Kaws- Brian Donnelly

    Kaws- Brian Donnelly Family Silkscreen Print by Kaws- Brian Donnelly

    Family Silkscreen Print by Kaws- Brian Donnelly Hand-Pulled Screenprint on Stonehenge Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 500 Artwork Size 16x21 Silkscreen Print The Intersection of Familial Motifs and Street Art in KAWS' Family Silkscreen Print KAWS, the artistic moniker of Brian Donnelly, has been a defining presence in Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork, constantly pushing the boundaries of these genres. His "Family" silkscreen print is a testament to this continual evolution, capturing the essence of family through the lens of pop street art. This hand-pulled screenprint on Stonehenge art paper is a limited edition work with only 500 pieces, making it a coveted item for collectors and art enthusiasts. Measuring 16x21 inches, "Family" is an artwork that stands out for its size and intimate portrayal of familial connections, represented by KAWS' signature characters. The piece is signed and numbered by KAWS, guaranteeing its authenticity and solidifying its status as a significant work within his oeuvre. The print showcases a lineup of characters in varying sizes, symbolizing a familial unit, each bearing the artist's iconic crossed-out eyes. KAWS' Exploration of Family Dynamics through Street Pop Art The "Family" silkscreen print delves into the concept of family, a universal theme that resonates across cultures and communities, yet it is explored here through the distinctive visual language of KAWS. The juxtaposition of the characters, each rendered with precision and care, mirrors the complexities of familial relationships. In this work, KAWS moves beyond the typical urban settings and motifs of graffiti art to a more personal subject matter while maintaining the bold aesthetic and accessibility inherent to street pop art. Though stylized and abstract, the characters convey a sense of belonging and togetherness central to the notion of family. The use of silkscreen printing, a method often associated with the mass production of pop art, further emphasizes KAWS' blending of high art techniques with street art's approachability. This limited edition print, therefore, is not only a visually striking piece but also an artwork rich with layers of meaning and context, characteristic of KAWS' multifaceted approach to art. Cultural Impact and Significance of KAWS' Family Silkscreen Print "Family" by KAWS does more than depict figures; it encapsulates a dynamic narrative within the visual language of pop and street art. The limited edition nature of the silkscreen print elevates its status within the art world, signifying the growing recognition and appreciation for street art within the broader context of contemporary art. KAWS' ability to translate the vibrancy and rawness of street art onto Stonehenge art paper, a medium traditionally reserved for fine art, reflects the eroding barriers between different art forms. The print's release into the art market is a cultural event, symbolizing the intersection of street aesthetics with the exclusivity of limited-edition art. For collectors, owning a piece of the "Family" series is an investment and an opportunity to engage with KAWS' vision and commentary on the social structures that shape our lives. As such, this artwork becomes an integral part of the conversation around Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork, underscoring its ongoing impact and relevance in contemporary art discussions.

    $22,116.00

  • Alpha Centauri Silkscreen Print by Chris Saunders

    Chris Saunders Alpha Centauri Silkscreen Print by Chris Saunders

    Alpha Centauri Limited Edition Hand-Pulled 3-Color Silkscreen Metallic Ink Print with UV Clear Layer on Stonehenge Fine Art Paper by Chris Saunders Graffiti street artist modern pop art. 2020 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 123 Artwork Size 24x30 Chris Saunders is a renowned South African artist and photographer whose work significantly contributes to the contemporary art scene. Born and raised in South Africa, his creative perspective has been largely shaped by the cultural diversity and social complexities of his native country. Saunders’ work primarily revolves around social documentary and portrait photography, capturing a wide range of subjects from urban landscapes to individual portraits. His keen eye for details and composition has garnered him international acclaim.

    $837.00

  • Cascade Silkscreen Print by Lefty Out There

    Lefty Out There Cascade Silkscreen Print by Lefty Out There

    Cascade Silkscreen Print by Lefty Out There Hand-Pulled 1-Color on Hand Deckled Black Stonehenge Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork. 2017 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 80 Artwork Size 18x18 Silkscreen Print Cascade Silkscreen Print by Lefty Out There, an esteemed artist known for his distinctive blend of pop and street art, is a compelling work that resonates within the realms of contemporary art. This piece, completed in 2017, is a highly coveted limited-edition run, with only 80 prints available worldwide. Each one has been carefully signed and numbered by the artist, enhancing its exclusivity and value. A salient feature of the piece is its meticulously hand-pulled, 1-color silkscreen on fine Art Paper, which infuses the artwork with a profound sense of tangibility. Executed on hand deckled Black Stonehenge Fine Art Paper, the texture and robustness of the material add an extra layer of depth and contrast, thereby accentuating the visual appeal. The artwork's dimensions, measuring 18x18 inches, present an impactful visual narrative within a reasonably compact space. Lefty Out There's Cascade piece reflects his unique aesthetic, echoing the vibrant energy of urban life. His silkscreen print technique, renowned for its capacity to capture sharp, bold lines and high levels of detail, facilitates the expression of this dynamic energy. Simultaneously, the use of a singular color allows the focus to remain on the artwork's intricate design and patterns. In the world of pop art, street art, and graffiti art, works like the Cascade Silkscreen Print stand as testament to the ongoing evolution of these genres. Lefty Out There's innovative use of traditional silkscreen print techniques, combined with the freshness of his designs, ensures this piece's place as a noteworthy contribution to contemporary art. This limited edition piece symbolizes the fusion of pop and street art in a manner that continues to captivate audiences, thus making it a sought-after item for art collectors and enthusiasts alike.

    $496.00

  • Ink Head Slick Yellow Silkscreen Print by OG Slick

    OG Slick Ink Head Slick Yellow Silkscreen Print by OG Slick

    Ink Head Slick Yellow Silkscreen Print by OG Slick Hand-Pulled 14-Color on 298gsm Stonehenge Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork. 2022 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 55 Artwork Size 24x24 Silkscreen Print of Mickey Mouse Cartoon Guan Yin Throwing Hand Signs With Upper Body and Face Blacked Out With Black. "Ink Head Slick Yellow" is a mesmerizing silkscreen print crafted by the renowned graffiti artist, OG Slick. Exemplifying a seamless blend of pop art, street art, and graffiti art, this hand-pulled 14-color silkscreen print has been meticulously set on a 298gsm Stonehenge Fine Art Paper, emphasizing the precision and attention to detail that the artist is known for. With a limited edition count of only 55, each piece is authenticated with OG Slick's signature and bears a unique edition number, elevating its exclusivity. At the heart of the artwork is a provocative representation of the beloved Mickey Mouse cartoon character, reimagined as Guan Yin, the Goddess of Compassion. This depiction intriguingly showcases Guan Yin, traditionally seen as a symbol of mercy and compassion, throwing hand signs, a gesture frequently seen in street art. The upper body and face of Mickey Mouse are cloaked in black, offering an intense contrast against the vibrant backdrop and evoking a sense of mystery. The inspiration behind this distinctive portrayal stems from OG Slick's childhood memories of Chinatown. There, small figurines placed at store registers were believed to bestow good fortune upon the shop owner and those who offered money. This traditional practice is cleverly juxtaposed with a modern twist in the artwork, where Guan Yin is illustrated being showered with digital currency, hinting at the evolving dynamics of value, faith, and the digital age. Through "Ink Head Slick Yellow", OG Slick has once again demonstrated his unique ability to amalgamate cultural symbols, childhood memories, and urban influences, creating an art piece that resonates deeply with both traditional and contemporary sentiments.

    $678.00

  • Sale -25% Graff Head Slick 14 HPM Unique Silkscreen Print by OG Slick

    OG Slick Graff Head Slick 14 HPM Unique Silkscreen Print by OG Slick

    Graff Head Slick 14 HPM Unique Spray Paint Silkscreen Print by OG Slick Embleshed 1 of 1 Hand-Pulled 11-Color on Untrimmed 250gsm Stonehenge Fine Art Paper Artwork. 2022 Signed Unique 1/1 HPM Spray Paint Artwork Size 40x26 Silkscreen Print of Mickey Mouse Cartoon Guan Yin Throwing Hand Signs With Upper Body and Face Covered in Red & Black Spray Paint. Pop art, street art, and graffiti often transcend traditional boundaries, embracing contemporary cultural themes, and seeking inspiration from the world around us. The "Graff Head Slick 14 HPM Unique" spray paint silkscreen print, meticulously crafted by OG Slick, embodies this spirit of artistic transcendence. Crafted on untrimmed 250gsm Stonehenge Fine Art Paper, this artwork is an emblem of precision with its 11-color hand-pulled technique, standing as a testament to the craftsmanship in the realm of modern art. This unique piece, signed and dated 2022, seamlessly merges the familiar with the profound. At first glance, the iconic visage of Mickey Mouse captures the attention. However, deeper introspection reveals the Mickey Mouse character reimagined as the Guan Yin, the Goddess of Compassion. With an upper body and face drenched in hues of red and black spray paint, the imagery strikes a balance between the nostalgic and the spiritual, while also resonating with the rebellious tones of street art. Drawing inspiration from his childhood forays into Chinatown, OG Slick presents an intriguing narrative through this artwork. Stores in Chinatown often had figurines at their registers, believed to usher in good fortune for both the owner and the generous patrons. Reflecting this tradition, the Mickey Mouse Guan Yin in this silkscreen print is portrayed being showered with digital currency, symbolizing the merging of ancient beliefs with the digital age. It's a commentary on how tradition finds its place in the modern world, and how even revered symbols like Guan Yin can be seen through fresh, contemporary lenses. Through this print, OG Slick not only celebrates his roots and memories but also challenges viewers to question and redefine the symbols that populate our collective consciousness. Unique run of 25.

    $3,900.00$2,925.00

  • Sale -25% Graff Head Slick 6 HPM Unique Silkscreen Print by OG Slick

    OG Slick Graff Head Slick 6 HPM Unique Silkscreen Print by OG Slick

    Graff Head Slick 6 HPM Unique Spray Paint Silkscreen Print by OG Slick Embleshed 1 of 1 Hand-Pulled 11-Color on Untrimmed 250gsm Stonehenge Fine Art Paper Artwork. 2022 Signed Unique 1/1 HPM Spray Paint Artwork Size 40x26 Silkscreen Print of Mickey Mouse Cartoon Guan Yin Throwing Hand Signs With Upper Body and Face Covered in Adstract Spray Paint Graffiti & Words Graffiti, street art, and pop art have always been powerful mediums to convey social, political, and cultural commentary. Within this realm, artists often amalgamate iconic symbols from various spheres to create striking visual stories. A testament to this fusion is the "Graff Head Slick 6 HPM Unique" spray paint silkscreen print by renowned graffiti artist OG Slick. This hand-pulled 11-color masterpiece stands out, not just for its intricate detailing but also for its commentary and interplay of traditional and modern iconography. This art piece is meticulously crafted on 250gsm Stonehenge fine art paper, preserving its vivid colors and sharp lines. The 40x26 artwork showcases Mickey Mouse, an emblematic character synonymous with American pop culture, represented as the Guan Yin, the Chinese Goddess of Compassion. This portrayal of Mickey Mouse, donning the avatar of Guan Yin and striking hand signs, intertwines two cultures while highlighting the universality of certain messages. The upper body and face of Mickey, concealed under a layer of abstract spray paint graffiti and words, further amalgamates traditional art forms with modern graffiti styles. OG Slick's motivation behind this series traces back to his younger days, during his visits to Chinatown. He recalls the presence of small figurines placed near store registers, believed to bring prosperity to the shopkeepers and blessings to those who offered them money. Drawing parallels, the artwork visualizes the same Guan Yin figurine, now juxtaposed in the digital age, where she is showered with digital currency, symbolizing the evolving nature of blessings and prosperity in contemporary times. Through this mesmerizing piece, OG Slick delves into the intricate dance of tradition and modernity, reminding viewers of the transient nature of cultural values and the enduring essence of art.

    $3,900.00$2,925.00

  • Black Sabbath Standard PP Silkscreen Print by Jim Houser

    Jim Houser Black Sabbath Standard PP Silkscreen Print by Jim Houser

    Black Sabbath Standard PP Printer Proof Silkscreen Print by Jim Houser Hand-Pulled 8-Color Screen Print on 290gsm Stonehenge Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Artwork & Graffiti. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & PP Marked Limited Edition Run Artwork Size 12x12 The Convergence of Music and Visual Art in Jim Houser's "Black Sabbath Standard PP" Jim Houser's "Black Sabbath Standard PP Printer Proof" is a striking representation of Street Pop Art and Graffiti, where the energetic pulse of music and the visual dynamism of art collide. This hand-pulled silkscreen print, created in 2019, encapsulates the spirit of the iconic band Black Sabbath through an 8-color process on 290gsm Stonehenge art paper, renowned for its smooth surface and resilience. Each piece in the limited edition run is uniquely signed and marked with 'PP' by Houser, indicating its status as a Printer's Proof—an exclusive subset of prints typically reserved for the artist's approval. Jim Houser's Artistic Signature in Pop Street Artwork Houser's artistry is palpable in the vivid colors and bold geometric shapes that animate the print, reflecting street art's raw, expressive nature and the rebellious undertones of Black Sabbath's music. The artwork size, a square 12x12 inches, mirrors the classic format of a vinyl record cover, creating a tangible connection between the auditory and the visual. This piece is not merely a print; it is a synthesis of pop culture iconography and the contemporary aesthetic of graffiti art, infusing the viewer's space with the essence of a musical era and the edginess of street art. Collecting the Culture: Limited Edition Street Pop Art The Printer's Proof designation of "Black Sabbath Standard PP" elevates its value within the collectors' market, as such proofs are rare and often differ subtly from the main edition. Houser's decision to sign and mark the print signifies a direct connection from the artist to the collector, which adds personal value and historical significance to the piece. The limited edition nature of the print positions it as a desirable object for enthusiasts of pop street artwork and graffiti, as well as fans of Black Sabbath, bringing together diverse audiences in their appreciation for crossover art forms. In the landscape of contemporary art, Jim Houser's "Black Sabbath Standard PP" is a powerful example of how the visual and the musical can interplay to create a new narrative form. The print is an homage to the enduring impact of Black Sabbath's music while showcasing Houser's mastery of the silkscreen technique and his innovative approach to street pop art. It is a piece that captures the zeitgeist of its time and continues to resonate with the pulsating energy of street art's visual storytelling.

    $342.99

  • Black Sabbath Printers Select PP Silkscreen Print by Jim Houser

    Jim Houser Black Sabbath Printers Select PP Silkscreen Print by Jim Houser

    Black Sabbath Printers Select PP Printer Proof Silkscreen Print by Jim Houser Hand-Pulled 8-Color Screen Print on 290gsm Stonehenge Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Artwork & Graffiti. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & PP Marked Limited Edition Run Artwork Size 12x12 Jim Houser's Fusion of Music and Art in "Black Sabbath Printers Select PP" The "Black Sabbath Printers Select PP Printer Proof" is a vibrant silkscreen print by Jim Houser that epitomizes the fusion of pop culture and visual art within the Street Pop Art and Graffiti genres. As a hand-pulled 8-color screen print on the esteemed 290gsm Stonehenge art paper, this 2019 work captures the essence of the legendary rock band Black Sabbath through Houser's unique artistic lens. The limited edition print, sized at an accessible 12x12 inches, reflects a meticulous process, ensuring each color is laid down with precision, resulting in a piece that pulsates with the energy of both the music it represents and the urban streets from which this art form originated. Jim Houser's Visual Interpretation of Rock Legacy The print was signed and marked 'PP' to denote its status as a Printer's Proof and stands out as a collector's item. Printer Proofs are traditionally proofs set aside for the printer's records. Still, in the art world, these proofs are often considered more valuable due to their rarity and the artist's direct involvement. The "Printers Select" suggests a choice cut, a piece that stands apart, often with unique traits that the standard edition prints do not possess. Houser's rendition of Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" is a tribute to the band and a statement piece that intersects the realms of music, pop art, and graffiti. Street Pop Art & Graffiti's Tribute to Icons By featuring "Black Sabbath" within the Street Pop Art and Graffiti context, Houser contributes to a long-standing tradition where these visual art forms often pay homage to cultural icons. This piece extends beyond mere representation, entering a dialogue with viewers about the impact of music on public consciousness and its interplay with the visual narratives found in urban environments. Houser's work, therefore, is not just an artistic creation; it is a historical node that connects the vibrancy of street art with the pulsating rhythms of Black Sabbath's music, capturing the ethos of an era in a single, bold statement of color and form. In the contemporary art scene, Jim Houser's "Black Sabbath Printers Select PP" is a vivid example of how street pop art and graffiti can encapsulate and celebrate musical heritage. Through its bold aesthetic and limited availability, this print continues to resonate with collectors and enthusiasts who appreciate the convergence of sound and sight in the context of modern Street Pop Art and Graffiti.

    $440.99

  • Wrong PP Silkscreen Print by Chaz Bojorquez

    Chaz Bojorquez Wrong PP Silkscreen Print by Chaz Bojorquez

    Wrong PP Silkscreen Print by Chaz Bojorquez Hand-Pulled 8-Color Screen Print on 250gsm Stonehenge Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Artwork & Graffiti. PP Printers Proof 2016 Signed & PP Marked Limited Edition Run Artwork Size 20x25  Chaz Bojorquez's "Wrong PP": A Testament to Street Pop Art and Graffiti "Wrong PP," a hand-pulled 8-color screen print by Chaz Bojorquez, is a testament to the seamless blend of street pop and graffiti artwork. Created in 2016, this limited edition artwork on 250gsm Stonehenge Art Paper demonstrates Bojorquez's adeptness in screen printing. This method allows him to employ a rich array of colors with meticulous attention to detail. Each print in this limited edition run is individually signed and marked as a Printer's Proof (PP), signifying its status as a verified piece directly from the artist's collection and cementing its uniqueness and value for collectors. The artwork, with dimensions of 20x25 inches, is a significant piece that encapsulates the essence of Bojorquez's artistic philosophy. Renowned for his integration of Cholo calligraphy with street art sensibilities, Bojorquez's "Wrong PP" displays the elegant and fluid script that is characteristic of his work. This script, deeply entwined with the cultural fabric of East Los Angeles, is interlaced with abstract elements, creating a visual narrative that is both personal and universally accessible. The print is a dialogue between the heritage of graffiti as a form of street-level communication and the precision of fine art printmaking. Cultural Significance of "Wrong PP" in Bojorquez's Oeuvre The cultural significance of "Wrong PP" in Chaz Bojorquez's oeuvre is manifold. It reflects the rich tapestry of street culture and embodies the narratives and identities that have emerged from the urban landscapes. Bojorquez is a pioneer in advocating for recognizing graffiti as a legitimate and complex art form. His work, including "Wrong PP," is pivotal in shifting perceptions and framing the narrative around street art. The print is a vibrant expression of creativity and a landmark in the ongoing journey of street pop art and graffiti artwork. The decision to create a limited edition series amplifies the exclusivity and desirability of "Wrong PP." Each print holds a piece of the narrative of street art's evolution, particularly in Los Angeles, where Bojorquez has been a critical figure. The PP marking further emphasizes the direct connection between the artist and each piece, assuring collectors of its authenticity and place within the limited run. The Artistic Merit and Collectability of "Wrong PP" "Wrong PP" is a piece that holds considerable artistic merit, demonstrating the possibilities that arise when the rebellious spirit of street art meets the discipline of fine art printmaking. The collectability of such works is derived from their visual appeal and their representation of a particular moment in art history. As street pop art and graffiti artwork continue to gain prominence in galleries and private collections, prints like "Wrong PP" bridge the ephemeral nature of street art and the permanence of fine art. Bojorquez's prints, particularly "Wrong PP," profoundly impact the art community. They are sought after by collectors who value the nuances of street art aesthetics and the craftsmanship of traditional printmaking techniques. The artwork is an invitation to engage with the streets' rich visual language and appreciate the stories that emerge from its depths. Enduring Impact of Chaz Bojorquez's "Wrong PP" Chaz Bojorquez's "Wrong PP" endures as a significant work within the artist's legacy and the broader context of contemporary art. It embodies the evolution of street art, showcasing Bojorquez's commitment to his craft and ability to influence urban art's trajectory. The print is a narrative of cultural resilience and artistic innovation, capturing a movement's ethos that continues redefining the boundaries of visual expression. In conclusion, "Wrong PP" by Chaz Bojorquez is a powerful example of the enduring legacy of street pop art and graffiti artwork. The print is a testament to the artist's mastery, his cultural contributions, and his vision for the place of street art in the larger conversation about art and society. Each signed and marked piece from the limited edition run celebrates the art form's past and is a beacon for its future, inviting viewers to explore the rich tapestry of the urban experience through the lens of Bojorquez's iconic style.

    $734.99

  • Sale -25% C/S I Silkscreen Pearl Print by OG Slick x Chaz Bojorquez

    OG Slick C/S I Silkscreen Pearl Print by OG Slick x Chaz Bojorquez

    C/S I 9-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Distressed Pearl White Finish Silkscreen Print on 250gsm Stonehenge White Fine Art Paper by OG Slick x Chaz Bojorquez Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 2016 Signed by OG Slick x Chaz Bojorquez & Numbered Limited Edition of 150 P1  Exploring the Intricacies of C/S I by OG Slick and Chaz Bojorquez The collaboration between OG Slick and Chaz Bojorquez has given rise to C/S I, a 9-color hand-pulled limited edition silkscreen print that showcases the nuanced synergy between street pop art and graffiti artwork. Crafted in 2016, this work is part of a limited series, each piece bearing the artist's signature and numbered P1 out of 150, marking its exclusivity and importance as a collector's item. The collaboration between these two stalwarts of the street art scene synthesizes their distinct artistic voices into a unified visual statement that resonates with the energy and ethos of the urban landscape from which it draws inspiration. OG Slick, whose roots are firmly planted in the street culture of Los Angeles, brings his iconic imagery to the collaboration. His contributions to the C/S I print are characterized by the cartoon-like gloves that gesture towards the viewer, a direct and impactful use of imagery that has become a signature of his work. This graphical element starkly contrasts the intricate background, inviting a dialogue about the interaction between pop culture and the subversive nature of graffiti art. Signature Elements and Cultural Commentary in C/S I Chaz Bojorquez's influence within the C/S I print is unmistakable. His signature calligraphic style, derived from the Cholo writing of East Los Angeles, provides a rich textual backdrop to Slick's bold graphical elements. The layers of text in print are reminiscent of the palimpsest nature of street art, where messages are layered upon one another, creating a complex tapestry that speaks to the community's pulse. Bojorquez's artistry with letters goes beyond mere aesthetics, delving into the identity politics and social narratives that have always been at the heart of his work. The distressed pearl white finish on the print adds a dimension of age and texture, suggesting a weathered quality often found in street art exposed to the elements. This choice of finish not only enhances the visual depth of the piece but also bridges the gap between the transient nature of street art and the permanence sought by fine art pieces. The Stonehenge White Fine Art Paper, known for its quality and durability, reinforces the intention to preserve the fleeting beauty of street art in a form that stands the test of time. The Limited Edition Nature of C/S I and Its Collectibility The limited edition nature of the C/S I print underscores its value within street pop art and graffiti artwork. The fact that only 150 of these prints exist, each signed by the artists OG Slick and Chaz Bojorquez, elevates the work from mere reproduction to a coveted art piece. Collectors and enthusiasts of street art are drawn to the visual appeal of the work and the cultural capital that such a limited series represents. Owning a piece of this series is akin to holding a fragment of street art history, a snapshot of the moment when two renowned artists converged to leave an indelible mark on the art world. Impact of C/S I on the Perception of Street Art The impact of C/S I goes beyond the boundaries of traditional graffiti and street art. By situating the work within the context of pop art, OG Slick and Chaz Bojorquez challenge the viewer to reconsider the distinctions between high art and urban art forms. The collaboration speaks to the versatility and adaptability of street art, its ability to comment on and absorb influences from various artistic movements, and its persistent quest to gain legitimacy and respect within the art hierarchy. The print's visual elements reflect a sophisticated understanding of cultural symbols, iconography, and the power of the written word, all staples in street pop art and graffiti artwork. The collaboration between OG Slick and Chaz Bojorquez on C/S I is symbolic of a movement that refuses to be categorized simplistically, instead insisting on a complex identity as fluid and vibrant as the streets from which it originates. Through their artistic fusion, these artists contribute to the ongoing narrative of street art as a form that constantly evolves yet remains true to its roots in the urban tapestry.

    $1,787.00$1,340.00

  • Sale -25% C/S III Silkscreen Pearl Print by OG Slick x Chaz Bojorquez

    OG Slick C/S III Silkscreen Pearl Print by OG Slick x Chaz Bojorquez

    C/S III 9-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Distressed Pearl White Finish Silkscreen Print on 250gsm Stonehenge White Fine Art Paper by OG Slick x Chaz Bojorquez Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 2016 Signed by OG Slick x Chaz Bojorquez & Numbered Limited Edition of 150 P3 Unveiling the Essence of C/S III by OG Slick and Chaz Bojorquez C/S III emerges as a distinct piece in the collaborative series by OG Slick and Chaz Bojorquez, two luminaries in street pop art and graffiti artwork. This 9-color hand-pulled limited edition silkscreen print, set on a 250gsm Stonehenge White Fine Art Paper, embodies the spirit of Los Angeles' street art scene. 2016 marked the inception of this rare artwork, with each piece meticulously signed by OG Slick and Chaz Bojorquez and numbered P3 in a series limited to 150 editions. The painting serves as a visual spectacle and a narrative vessel, carrying the legacy of street art's evolution within its layers. OG Slick's hand in the collaboration is evident in the playful yet assertive cartoonish hands and the spray can that dominates the foreground of C/S III. This imagery, often associated with the rebellious nature of street art, becomes a symbol of the artist's roots in the graffiti movement and his adeptness at capturing the urban landscape's pulse. Slick's approach to street art embraces the pop culture influences of his time, reflecting a deep connection with the younger demographics and street art lovers who find familiarity in his visual language. Chaz Bojorquez's Contribution to the Visual Dialogue of C/S III Chaz Bojorquez contributes to C/S III with his iconic calligraphic touch, a feature that has become synonymous with his name. His style, deeply influenced by the Cholo graffiti culture, brings an intricate and flowing contrast to the stark boldness of Slick's figures. The backdrop of the print is a canvas of Bojorquez's signature lettering, which creates a visual depth and speaks to the historical roots of graffiti as a form of street-level communication. Bojorquez's work transcends the aesthetic, engaging with themes of cultural identity and social commentary and celebrating the often-underrepresented communities that form the backbone of urban street culture. The distressed pearl white finish of the print adds a layer of complexity, introducing a sense of age and resilience that mirrors the often-temporal nature of street art. This finish, combined with the premium Stonehenge White Fine Art Paper, imbues the piece with a sense of permanence and sophistication, allowing it to occupy a space that bridges the gap between ephemeral street expressions and enduring art collectibles. The Cultural Relevance of C/S III in Street and Pop Art C/S III holds a place of cultural relevance in street and pop art. As a limited edition piece, it reflects a moment in time when the raw energy of graffiti and the boldness of pop art converged through the hands of OG Slick and Chaz Bojorquez. The collaboration is a testament to the transformative power of street art, showcasing its ability to evolve while honoring its roots. Collectors and enthusiasts of the genre cherish the piece for its artistic merit and its representation of the dialogue between different eras and styles within street art. The impact of C/S III extends beyond its visual appeal, challenging traditional perceptions of art and its place within society. Through their joint efforts, OG Slick and Chaz Bojorquez invite audiences to explore the narratives embedded within urban landscapes, using the language of street pop art to communicate stories that are often overlooked. The limited edition nature of the print, its meticulous craftsmanship, and the prestige of the artists' signatures come together to cement C/S III as a significant work within contemporary art history. Legacy of C/S III and Its Artists The legacy of C/S III lies in its representation of a dynamic and ever-changing art form that remains intrinsically linked to the streets from which it originates. The collaboration between OG Slick and Chaz Bojorquez is a powerful reminder of street art's potential to influence and inspire. As a piece of rare street art, C/S III carries with it the stories, struggles, and triumphs of the communities that have shaped the genre, ensuring that the voices of the streets continue to echo within the halls of fine art.

    $1,787.00$1,340.00

  • Right PP Silkscreen Print by Chaz Bojorquez

    Chaz Bojorquez Right PP Silkscreen Print by Chaz Bojorquez

    Right PP Silkscreen Print by Chaz Bojorquez Hand-Pulled 8-Color Screen Print on 250gsm Stonehenge Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Artwork & Graffiti. PP Printers Proof 2016 Signed & PP Marked Limited Edition Run Artwork Size 20x25  The Distinctive Fusion in "Right PP" by Chaz Bojorquez Chaz Bojorquez's "Right PP" is a compelling example of the interplay between street pop art and graffiti artwork. Created in 2016, this hand-pulled 8-color screen print on 250gsm Stonehenge Art Paper represents a refined distillation of the artist's decades-long engagement with urban visual culture. The limited edition print, marked as a Printer's Proof (PP), is a rare collectible within Bojorquez's oeuvre, showcasing his mastery in screen printing. This technique allows for the precise and vibrant application of rich color in texture and depth. The artwork encapsulates Bojorquez's celebrated style, which is deeply rooted in the Cholo graffiti tradition of East Los Angeles. His script, often compared to Asian calligraphy, holds a fluidity and grace that belies the often rugged environments of its origins. The letters swirl and coalesce into forms that are at once abstract and highly deliberate, embodying the artist's connection to his cultural heritage and the broader lexicon of street art. In "Right PP," these scripts are rendered with a precision that screen printing affords, allowing Bojorquez to explore the subtleties of light and shadow, depth and dimension. Chaz Bojorquez's Contribution to Street Art and Its Cultures Chaz Bojorquez is not just an artist; he is a chronicler of the street's pulse and a communicator of its ethos. The significance of "Right PP" extends beyond its visual appeal, engaging with the rich tapestry of street culture. Bojorquez has long advocated recognizing graffiti as a legitimate art form, and his work plays a crucial role in shifting perceptions. Through his art, he conveys stories of identity, community, and resistance, framing the narrative within the accessible screen print medium. The artwork's size, 20x25 inches, is significant as it presents a substantial visual statement while remaining intimate enough to invite close examination. The PP marking indicates not only the print's status within the edition but also Bojorquez's endorsement of the piece as an accurate representation of his artistic vision. As such, each print carries a piece of the history and evolution of street art in Los Angeles and beyond. Enduring Appeal of "Right PP" The enduring appeal of "Right PP" lies in its ability to stand at the intersection of street pop and fine art. Bojorquez's skillful use of the silkscreen technique allows the piece to inhabit both worlds seamlessly. His prints are sought after by collectors who appreciate the nuances of street aesthetics and the craftsmanship of printmaking. With its limited edition run, this particular piece captures a moment when an artist known for his transient street creations turned into a medium that promised longevity. Chaz Bojorquez's work, particularly in prints such as "Right PP," bridges the often disparate art communities. It challenges the notion that graffiti is a subculture or a fleeting act of rebellion. Instead, Bojorquez positions it within a more extensive dialogue about art, culture, and society. This conversation continues to gain relevance as street pop art and graffiti artwork find their way into more traditional art venues and the hearts of a broader public. Chaz Bojorquez's Artistic Legacy Chaz Bojorquez's artistic legacy is cemented not only by his murals and public works but also by his prints, which allow his art to reach a wider audience. "Right PP" is a testament to his enduring impact on the Los Angeles art scene and the global street art movement. His signature style, which has influenced countless artists, continues to resonate through the layers of paint on city walls and the meticulously pulled screens of his prints. The significance of "Right PP" and works like it is found in their capacity to encapsulate the spirit of a particular place and time while speaking to universal themes of identity, expression, and the human experience. Bojorquez's prints are not mere reproductions but artifacts of a life spent in the service of art and community. Each piece tells a story, and "Right PP" is a chapter in the larger narrative of street pop art and graffiti artwork—a narrative that Chaz Bojorquez continues to write with each stroke of his brush and pull of the squeegee.

    $734.99

Stonehenge Art Paper Graffiti Street Pop Artwork
Stonehenge Fine Art Paper is a popular choice among graffiti artists and street art printmakers. This high-quality paper is known for its durability and ability to hold ink and paint well, making it an ideal surface for creating graffiti art and street art prints. One of the key features of Stonehenge Fine Art Paper is its weight and texture. It has a substantial weight, which means that it is less likely to tear or wrinkle when artists apply ink or paint to it. Additionally, its surface has a slight tooth, which helps to hold the ink or paint in place and prevent it from smudging or running. Another important factor that makes Stonehenge Fine Art Paper a great choice for graffiti artists and street art printmakers is its versatility. It is available in a range of sizes, from small sheets to large rolls, which allows artists to create pieces of varying sizes and formats. It can also be used with a variety of media, including markers, spray paint, and screen printing inks. When creating graffiti art and street art prints on Stonehenge Fine Art Paper, artists can experiment with a range of styles and techniques. For example, some may use a combination of markers and spray paint to create intricate designs and lettering, while others may use screen printing techniques to produce bold, graphic images. One of the benefits of using Stonehenge Fine Art Paper for graffiti art and street art prints is its archival quality. This means that the paper is acid-free and pH-neutral, which helps to prevent yellowing and fading over time. This is especially important for street art prints, which are often displayed outside and exposed to the elements. Stonehenge Fine Art Paper is a reliable and versatile choice for graffiti artists and street art printmakers. Its weight, texture, and archival quality make it an excellent surface for creating bold, colorful works of art that can withstand the test of time. Whether creating large-scale murals or limited edition prints, artists can trust Stonehenge Fine Art Paper to provide the perfect canvas for their vision.

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