Street Signs

31 artworks


  • The Collector Sculpture by Josh Keyes The Collector Sculpture by Josh Keyes

    Josh Keyes The Collector Sculpture by Josh Keyes

    The Collector Limited Resin Sculpture Artwork by Modern Pop Artist Josh Keyes. 2017 Limited Edition Displayed With Box The Collector - is the 3rd sculpture by Josh Keyes from our Signature Series. Once started as a beautiful painting, it has now been turned into a fully detailed sculpture with a classy Matte White finish. Sculpture Size: 18" L x 7" W x 9" H approximately Medium: Resin Josh Keyes' "The Collector" stands as a remarkable manifestation of modern pop art, embodying the fusion of street art sensibilities and acceptable art discipline. This 2017 limited edition resin sculpture is the third in Keyes' acclaimed Signature Series, which captures his work's striking visual narratives and meticulous detail. The Transition from Canvas to Sculpture Originally conceived as a painting, "The Collector" transformed into a fully realized three-dimensional form, retaining its two-dimensional predecessor's intricate detail and profound thematic elements. The transition from painting to sculpture allowed for a new interpretation of Keyes' vision, presenting it in a tangible, touchable medium. The sculpture's matte white finish enhances its sophisticated silhouette, emphasizing the clean lines and the stark contrast between the subject and its environment. The sculpture commands presence with dimensions of approximately 18 inches in length, 7 inches in width, and 9 inches in height. Cast in resin, a medium celebrated for its durability and acceptable detail capacity, "The Collector" is both a robust and delicate piece, a testament to Keyes' ability to navigate the complexities of form and substance. A Statement in Street Pop Art & Graffiti Artwork "The Collector" resonates within street pop art and graffiti artwork through its bold statement and presence. Despite its pristine finish, the piece carries the spirit of street art—challenging the observer, engaging with environmental themes, and commenting on the interaction between the natural world and human-made structures. The rhinoceros, a frequent subject in Keyes' work, is depicted alongside a street light, a juxtaposition that invites viewers to contemplate the intrusion of urban development into natural habitats. In the broader context of Josh Keyes' portfolio, "The Collector" is a signature work that showcases his concern with ecological and post-apocalyptic themes. Keyes' art often features wild animals in urban settings, exploring the boundaries between human civilization and the natural world, a theme that resonates deeply in today's ecologically conscious society. The Cultural Impact of "The Collector" As a piece of art, "The Collector" transcends mere aesthetics to engage in a cultural dialogue. It visually explores the clashes and coexistence between urban life and nature. The sculpture's stark white color serves as a canvas, highlighting the shadows and contours of the piece and allowing the form to become the central narrative. This absence of color suggests a tabula rasa, or a blank slate, inviting many interpretations from the audience. Josh Keyes' work, particularly "The Collector," aligns with the ethos of modern pop art by drawing on recognizable imagery and repurposing it within a new context. In doing so, he creates a discourse that is accessible yet laden with depth, much like the street art and graffiti that adorn the walls of cities worldwide. It is a discourse that speaks to the ubiquity of environmental change and the pervasive impact of human influence on the natural world. In conclusion, Josh Keyes' "The Collector" is a profound piece that captures the essence of contemporary issues through the lens of street pop art and graffiti artwork. Its transformation from a detailed painting to a sculptural form allows it to occupy physical space and engage with audiences directly and tactilely. Through this work, Keyes continues to challenge viewers, prompting them to reflect on the intersection of human and animal domains and the delicate balance that must be maintained between progress and preservation. The sculpture, with its limited availability, not only serves as a piece of art but also as a collectible item that mirrors our society's current ecological and cultural challenges.

    $400.00

  • Take Warning Original Street Sign Painting by Chris RWK

    Chris RWK- Robots Will Kill Take Warning Original Street Sign Painting by Chris RWK

    Take Warning Original Mixed Media Painting Graffiti Artist Modern Pop Art on Real Metal Street Sign by Chris RWK. 2022 Signed Original Mixed Media Acrylic & Spray Paint on Real 12x18 Street Sign This use of intertextuality also serves to offer a comfort or familiarity of sorts to the viewer. Chris’ works frequently reveal everyday musings and people one would pass on the street without looking or thinking about twice.

    $1,744.00

  • Sidewalk Closed Original Mixed Media Street Sign Painting by Sonic Bad

    Sonic Bad Sidewalk Closed Original Mixed Media Street Sign Painting by Sonic Bad

    Sidewalk Closed Original Mixed Media Graffiti Artist Modern Pop Art on Real Metal Street Sign by Sonic Bad. 2012 Signed Original Spray Paint & Metal Street Sign Artwork Size 24x18 Depicting 2 1970s-80s Stylized Beat Boys, NYC Graffiti Tags & Bubble Letters on Street Closed Sign Sonic Bad's Ode to the Streets: The 'Sidewalk Closed' Series The 'Sidewalk Closed' artwork by Sonic Bad, an original piece created in 2012, infuses the rebellious spirit of 1970s and 80s street culture into a medium that is emblematic of urban restriction: a real metal street sign. This mixed media work, signed by the artist, is a striking example of how street pop art and graffiti can repurpose public regulatory objects into canvases that challenge and reinterpret their original intent. Reclaiming Urban Symbols in Street Art Sonic Bad's choice of canvas—a metal street sign—turns an everyday symbol of control into a representation of creative liberation. The artwork, sized at 24x18 inches, is vibrant with color and life, presenting a stark contrast to the sign's mundane purpose of demarcating boundaries. By painting over it, Sonic Bad claims the object for art, much like graffiti artists claim walls for their tags and murals. The piece itself is a dynamic collage of NYC graffiti tags and bubble letters, styles deeply rooted in the history of street art. It showcases two stylized beat boys, figures that resonate with the hip-hop culture that was burgeoning on the streets of New York City during the 70s and 80s. These characters are not only representations of a specific era but also symbols of the energy and rhythm of street life. The Visual Language of Graffiti and Its Evolution Sonic Bad's work serves as a visual lexicon of graffiti's evolution, encapsulating the transition from tagging—often a raw, text-based expression of identity—to more complex and stylized works. The 'Sidewalk Closed' series is particularly evocative of this shift, highlighting the movement from simple letterforms to elaborate and colorful representations that are as much about the artistry of the line as they are about the message. The aerosol paint, a medium synonymous with graffiti, brings authenticity to the piece, its drips and opacity echoing the textures of street art seen in the wild. The metal sign, once reflective and directive, becomes muted and textured under layers of paint, a metaphor for the way street art can change the nature and conversation around public spaces and objects. Sonic Bad and the Living History of Street Art Sonic Bad's 'Sidewalk Closed' is more than a singular work; it is part of the living history of street pop art and graffiti artwork. It reflects a time when street culture began to permeate every aspect of urban life, from the music that played out of boomboxes to the art that adorned the walls and sidewalks of the city. This piece is a celebration of that era, a nod to the roots of street art, and a statement on its enduring influence. The artist, by merging nostalgia with contemporary expression, invites onlookers to explore the depth and breadth of street art. Through this work, Sonic Bad not only pays homage to the pioneers of the genre but also places himself within the continuum of artists who have utilized the street as their gallery. His legacy lies in his ability to transform the ordinary into the extraordinary, ensuring that the spirit of the streets remains vibrant and visible.

    $2,000.00

  • Lagos Original Street Sign Spray Painting by Atomik

    Atomik Lagos Original Street Sign Spray Painting by Atomik

    Lagos Original Street Sign Spray Painting by Atomik Mixed Media Modern Graffiti Paint Pop Art on Real Metal Ready To Hang. 2023 Signed Original Painting on Reclaimed Metal City Road Construction Sign Artwork Size 36x36 of Spray Painted Smiling Atomik Orange In the vibrant world of modern graffiti and pop art, Atomik emerges as a unique voice, creating pieces that resonate deeply with art aficionados and street art enthusiasts alike. His 2023 artwork, titled "Lagos," is a prime example of his genius. Made on a reclaimed metal city road construction sign, this piece is not just a painting but a marriage of art and urban elements. Measuring 36x36 inches, "Lagos" is an ode to the urban environment from which Atomik draws inspiration. The centerpiece, the spray-painted smiling Atomik Orange, is instantly recognizable and evokes a sense of familiarity, bridging the gap between the street and the art gallery. The backdrop, a real metal city road construction sign, adds layers of authenticity and rawness to the piece. Its weathered appearance, marked with signs of wear and age, tells a story of its own, setting a contrasting stage for the vibrant and playful Atomik Orange. This painting does more than just showcase Atomik's technical prowess with a spray can. It challenges the boundaries of traditional art forms, blurring the lines between graffiti, pop art, and found object art. By choosing a reclaimed metal sign as his canvas, Atomik comments on the transient nature of urban life and the ever-evolving face of cities. For those who appreciate art that speaks to contemporary issues while staying rooted in traditional techniques, "Lagos" is a testament to Atomik's ability to capture the zeitgeist of modern urban culture. It's not just a piece of art; it's a conversation starter, a narrative, and a reflection of the times we live in.

    $1,383.00

  • Stand Alone Original Street Sign Painting by Chris RWK

    Chris RWK- Robots Will Kill Stand Alone Original Street Sign Painting by Chris RWK

    Stand Alone Original Mixed Media Painting Graffiti Artist Modern Pop Art on Real Metal Street Sign by Chris RWK. 2022 Signed Original Mixed Media Acrylic & Spray Paint on Real 18x18 School Zone Street Sign. Chris RWK's Stand Alone: A New Dimension of Street Sign Art In the vibrant landscape of modern pop art and graffiti artwork, Chris RWK (real name Chris Roberts), an artist from New York, presents a compelling twist on the genre with his creation "Stand Alone." This piece, a signed original mixed media painting completed in 2022, defies conventional street art norms by utilizing an actual 18x18 school zone street sign as its canvas. The artwork's foundation in the natural and practical – a metal sign designed to impart rules – becomes a statement of artistic rebellion and creative liberation. The Fusion of Mediums in Chris RWK's Work "Stand Alone" is an innovative meld of acrylic and spray paint, mediums that have long been staples in the street artist's toolkit. By applying them to a metal street sign, Chris RWK bridges the gap between the everyday street objects we often overlook and the expressive potential they hold. His robot-like character, a recurring motif in his work, is depicted with a simplicity that speaks to childhood innocence, juxtaposed against the backdrop of an adult world filled with regulations and restrictions. The duality of this piece – the playful imagery against the stern, directive nature of a street sign – invites contemplation on the push and pull between the structured world we navigate and the imaginative freedom we often yearn for. This tension is at the heart of street pop art, where the mundane is transformed into the extraordinary. Embracing the Ordinary: The Iconography of Chris RWK In "Stand Alone," the ordinary is embraced and celebrated. Chris RWK elevates an ordinary street sign to a piece of art that can communicate complex emotions and ideas. The robot figure, often interpreted as a stand-in for the human experience, is portrayed alongside a heart symbol – a universal expression of love and connection. This simple yet profound imagery speaks to the artist's ability to find depth in simplicity, a hallmark of his broader body of work. The use of real-world objects in art is not new, but Chris RWK recontextualizes this approach within the framework of street pop art, inviting the viewer to see the potential for art in all things. Once a directive object, the street sign becomes a canvas for reflection, a medium through which the artist can connect with the audience on a personal level. Chris RWK's "Stand Alone" is a standout piece within the domain of graffiti artwork and modern pop art. It captures the essence of street art's transformative power, turning a mundane object into a source of artistic expression and commentary. As viewers encounter this piece, they are reminded that art is not confined to galleries or murals on building walls – it can emerge from the most unexpected places, offering new perspectives on the familiar fixtures of our everyday lives.

    $2,500.00

  • Brut Island Funk HTF Original Street Sign Painting by DrNuse89 Brut Island Funk HTF Original Street Sign Painting by DrNuse89

    DrNuse89 Brut Island Funk HTF Original Street Sign Painting by DrNuse89

    Brut Island Funk HTF Sign Original Mixed Media Spray Paint Painting Modern Graffiti Pop Art on Vintage Tin Business Sign by Artist DrNuse89. 2022 Signed Original Painting on Vintage Tin Business Sign Size 42x11

    $242.00

  • MTA Subway Sign Elevator to Mezzanine Original Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    Cope2- Fernando Carlo MTA Subway Sign Elevator to Mezzanine Original Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    MTA Subway Sign- Elevator to Mezzanine Art Mixed Media on MTA Signage Painting Artwork by street pop culture artist Cope2. Original authentic MTA subway sign this is an authentic 14x51inches metal subway sign spray-painted by cope2 . Born in 1968 as Fernando Carlo, Jr. in New York City. Cope 2’s paintings have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums throughout the United States and internationally. He is a self-taught artist who is a celebrated legend contributing over 30 years to the graffiti street-art culture. One of New York City’s most prolific graffiti artists, he began tagging his name in the South Bronx in 1978. He developed his style in the subways and streets of the Bronx creating graffiti productions throughout the 1980’s and 1990’s achieving international recognition for his distinctive style. Fernando Carlo a.k.a COPE2 is an American artist, active in the graffiti scene of New York. Cope2’s involvement in the street art scene of the 80s and 90s progressively made his reputation grow, making him one of the most well-known writers in the US. Controversial, yet iconic, the artist’s story and his involvement in graffiti since the last decades of the 20th century shed light on the history of graffiti itself and its evolution over the years.

    $3,135.00

  • Video Surveillance 12x18 II Original Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    Cope2- Fernando Carlo Video Surveillance 12x18 II Original Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    Video Surveillance 12x18- II Original Mixed Media Painting graffiti artist modern pop art on Real Metal Street Sign by Cope2. 2020 Signed Original Spray Paint Painting Bubble Letter on Real Metal Street Sign Artwork Size 12x18. This Area is Under 24 Hour Surveillance Sign.  

    $946.00

  • Ledger Joker Construction Street Sign Painting by RD-357 Real Deal

    RD-357 Real Deal Ledger Joker Construction Street Sign Painting by RD-357 Real Deal

    Heath Ledger Joker Construction Zone Original Street Sign Painting by RD-357 Real Deal One of a Kind Artwork on Real Metal NYC New York Construction Zone No Trespassing Street Sign by Graffiti Art Pop Artist. 2012 Signed Mixed Media Acrylic & Spray Paint on Reclaimed NYC New York Construction Zone No Trespassing Sign Painting Original Artwork Size 24x24 Batman Villian Played by Heath Ledger in the Movie as Joker Looking at the Viewer. RD Tag in Rust Red. RD-357's Heath Ledger Joker: A Fusion of Street Pop Art and Iconography The Heath Ledger Joker Construction Zone original street sign painting by RD-357, also known as Real Deal, encapsulates the essence of street pop art through its provocative use of public signage repurposed for artistic expression. Created in 2012, this mixed media acrylic and spray paint artwork transforms a New York City construction zone 'No Trespassing' sign into a canvas, depicting the iconic Batman villain played by Heath Ledger in a way that both challenges and captivates the viewer. Contextualizing RD-357's Artistic Approach RD-357, an artist whose real name remains elusive in the true spirit of street art anonymity, is known for his gritty interpretations of pop culture figures on unconventional canvases. This particular artwork measures 24x24 inches and is a testament to street art's versatility, pushing beyond traditional boundaries. RD-357 draws upon the anarchic spirit of the Joker, using a symbol of law and order – a construction sign – to present an image of chaos and rebellion. The irony is palpable; the sign, which once stood as a warning against unauthorized entry, now invites viewers to engage with the art in a personal, almost aggressive manner. Symbolism and Impact in RD-357's Joker Artwork This piece is not just a portrait; it is a statement. By choosing Heath Ledger's Joker, RD-357 taps into the collective consciousness of a society fascinated by the anti-hero archetype. Ledger's portrayal of the Joker was posthumously celebrated, and his death in 2008 left a cultural imprint that RD-357 leverages in this artwork. The juxtaposition of the Joker’s figure against the backdrop of a New York construction sign speaks volumes about the chaotic undercurrents within the perceived order of urban life. The use of mixed media, with acrylic and spray paint, highlights street art's raw, visceral nature, while also paying homage to the vibrancy of pop art. The viewer is confronted with the Joker's gaze, which, coupled with the bright warning colors of the construction sign, creates an unsettling yet magnetic presence. This interaction compels the audience to contemplate the layers of meaning behind the piece – from transforming public property into a medium for personal expression to the dialogue between art and spectator that challenges societal norms and the very definition of public space. In conclusion, RD-357's Heath Ledger Joker on a New York City construction sign is an outstanding example of how street pop art can merge cultural iconography with subversive messaging. Through this piece, the artist immortalizes a beloved film character and raises questions about authority, ownership, and the role of art in public discourse. The artwork remains a one-of-a-kind testament to the power of graffiti art to redefine spaces and provoke thought long after the paint has dried.

    $3,000.00

  • 2 7 Avenue Line OTboys Silver Original Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    Cope2- Fernando Carlo 2 7 Avenue Line OTboys Silver Original Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    2 7 Avenue Line OTboys- Silver Sign Art Mixed Media on MTA Signage Painting Artwork by street pop culture artist Cope2. Born in 1968 as Fernando Carlo, Jr. in New York City. Cope 2’s paintings have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums throughout the United States and internationally. He is a self-taught artist who is a celebrated legend contributing over 30 years to the graffiti street-art culture. One of New York City’s most prolific graffiti artists, he began tagging his name in the South Bronx in 1978. He developed his style in the subways and streets of the Bronx creating graffiti productions throughout the 1980’s and 1990’s achieving international recognition for his distinctive style. Fernando Carlo a.k.a COPE2 is an American artist, active in the graffiti scene of New York. Cope2’s involvement in the street art scene of the 80s and 90s progressively made his reputation grow, making him one of the most well-known writers in the US. Controversial, yet iconic, the artist’s story and his involvement in graffiti since the last decades of the 20th century shed light on the history of graffiti itself and its evolution over the years.

    $5,879.00

  • Union Pacific Chilled Express Street Sign Original Acrylic Painting by Lyric One Union Pacific Chilled Express Street Sign Original Acrylic Painting by Lyric One

    Lyric One Union Pacific Chilled Express Street Sign Original Acrylic Painting by Lyric One

    Union Pacific Chilled Express Original One of a Kind Acrylic Paint Painting Artwork on Studded Distressed Cradled Wood by Popular Street Graffiti Artist Lyric One. 2019 Signed Hand-Painted Ready To Hang Original Acrylic Paint Wood Panel With Realistic Raised Rivets Size: 24 x 36 Inches Release: August 15, 2019 Capturing the Essence of Transient Motion in Street Art The 'Union Pacific Chilled Express' is a striking original acrylic painting by the famous street graffiti artist Lyric One. This 2019 hand-painted piece on a studded distressed cradled wood panel, with realistic raised rivets, measuring 24 x 36 inches, embodies the fusion of street pop art and graffiti artwork. It resonates with the movement and commercial vibrancy that are the lifeblood of the railroads, an homage to the transient nature of both freight and art. Industrial Narratives in Lyric One's Work Lyric One's artistic endeavor into the world of transportation and industry is encapsulated in this significant work. The subject matter – a Union Pacific refrigerator car used for transporting perishable goods across vast distances – is not a common muse for artists. However, Lyric One elevates this everyday industrial object to a piece of art, meticulously capturing the textures and surfaces that tell a story of travel, trade, and the passage of time. The artwork, signed and ready to hang, was released on August 15, 2019. It reflects the artist's deft ability to translate street pop art's ethos onto various canvases. The choice of distressed wood and the attention to detail, such as the raised rivets, are reminiscent of the textures found in urban environments. These rivets add a tactile element to the piece and echo the industrial nature of rail transport – each one could represent the countless connections and junctions found along the rail networks. Symbolism and Aesthetics in Graffiti Artwork In 'Union Pacific Chilled Express,' the contrast between the practical function of the chilled express service and the vibrant expression of graffiti art is striking. The bold, ice-blue lettering against the stark white background captures the viewer's attention, drawing them into a world where the industrial and the artistic collide. Snowflake motifs not only signify the refrigeration aspect but also add an element of fragility, a subtle nod to the impermanence often a theme in street art and the world of commerce. Lyric One's work is a testament to the dynamism of street pop art. With each brush stroke on the cradled wood, the artist brings to life the hum of the railway lines, the chill of the cargo holds, and the omnipresence of industry in our daily lives. The artwork is not just a static piece to be admired; it is an active participant in the dialogue about the role of industry in society and the omnipotent influence of commerce in our visual culture. This piece by Lyric One reminds us that street pop art and graffiti artwork are not confined to walls and alleyways but are dynamic forms that can transform any surface into a narrative. The 'Union Pacific Chilled Express celebrates this versatility and the ability of street artists to capture the essence of motion, industry, and life's transient nature in their work.

    $2,500.00

  • Double Sided Exit Original Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Cope2- Fernando Carlo Double Sided Exit Original Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    Cope2- Fernando Carlo Double Sided Exit Original Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    Double-Sided Exit Sign Art Mixed Media on MTA Signage Painting Artwork by street pop culture artist Cope2. Born in 1968 as Fernando Carlo, Jr. in New York City. Cope 2’s paintings have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums throughout the United States and internationally. He is a self-taught artist who is a celebrated legend contributing over 30 years to the graffiti street-art culture. One of New York City’s most prolific graffiti artists, he began tagging his name in the South Bronx in 1978. He developed his style in the subways and streets of the Bronx creating graffiti productions throughout the 1980’s and 1990’s achieving international recognition for his distinctive style. The beginning of the new millennium found Cope2 in a different place in his career, as he started focusing more and more on ways to establish himself in the art scene of galleries and museums. Even though the artist had started working on canvas much earlier than the 2000s, it was then that he made this dynamic twist and agreed to exhibit indoors systematically. Whether you see graffiti as an expressive and lively form of art or as a form of irresponsible vandalism, one thing is certain; in recent years it has captured the attention of the general population to the world’s biggest galleries.

    $5,879.00

  • Snoopy Bad Inc Original Mixed Media Street Sign Painting by Sonic Bad

    Sonic Bad Snoopy Bad Inc Original Mixed Media Street Sign Painting by Sonic Bad

    Snoopy Bad INC is an original mixed-media graffiti artist—modern pop art on real metal street signs Sonic Bad. 2015 Signed Original Spray Paint Mixed Media on Tin Metal Security Sign. Sonic BAD INC Snoopy Bad INC Artwork Size 14x10 Depicting Peanuts Red Barron Snoopy & Woodstock Bomber Stylistic Graffiti Holding Pistol Gun with Security Camera and Snowman. Sonic Bad's Unique Blend of Iconography: Snoopy Bad INC Sonic Bad's "Snoopy Bad INC" is a striking work that marries the notion of classic comic characters with the gritty edge of street art, showcasing the artist's skill in blending pop culture references with a streetwise aesthetic. The 2015 piece is a mixed media work on tin metal, utilizing spray paint to bring vibrant life to an otherwise mundane security sign. Measuring 14x10 inches, this signed original work presents a version of the beloved Peanuts characters, Snoopy and Woodstock, reimagined as rebellious icons in a stylistic graffiti interpretation. Interpreting Street Narratives through Pop Culture Lenses Sonic Bad, an artist renowned for pushing the boundaries of street pop art, infuses "Snoopy Bad INC" with layers of meaning. By depicting the Red Baron Snoopy and a bomber, Woodstock holding a pistol gun, juxtaposed with a security camera and a snowman, the artwork comments on the surveillance state and the loss of innocence in contemporary society. The playful imagery contrasts with the underlying message about security, surveillance, and the militarization of everyday life. The transformation of familiar, comforting figures into agents of anarchy or resistance is a common theme in modern pop art and graffiti, where the recontextualization of well-known images challenges viewers' perceptions and expectations. Sonic Bad's portrayal invites reflection on how innocence and playfulness can be corrupted by societal control and violence. Crafting Commentary on Canvas and Metal The choice of a metal street sign as the canvas for "Snoopy Bad INC" is particularly resonant, suggesting a subversion of authority and a claim to the public space typically dictated by such signs. Sonic Bad's adaptation of the sign, a symbol designed to regulate and warn, into a piece of art underscores a reclaiming of agency, turning a tool of control into a medium for free expression. The use of mixed media in "Snoopy Bad INC" highlights Sonic Bad's versatility as an artist. Spray paint, a staple in graffiti art, brings an urban feel to the work. At the same time, incorporating other media adds texture and depth, creating a piece that is visually arresting and thought-provoking. The artwork stands as a testament to the power of street art to transform everyday objects and icons into profound statements. Sonic Bad's Artistic Evolution and Impact "Snoopy Bad INC" exemplifies Sonic Bad's evolution as an artist and his impact on street pop art and graffiti. His ability to weave together elements of popular culture, street art stylings, and social commentary places him among the leading figures in the genre, capable of sparking conversation and challenging societal norms. The piece is a vibrant addition to the discourse of street art, reflecting the genre's capacity to adapt and evolve. Sonic Bad's work, through pieces like "Snoopy Bad INC," continues to influence and inspire, ensuring the relevance and vitality of street pop art in a changing cultural landscape. The legacy of such art lies in its capacity to engage, provoke, and endure, much like the artist behind the creation.

    $750.00

  • Peace & Freedom Dove Metal Street Sign Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Peace & Freedom Dove Metal Street Sign Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Peace & Freedom Dove Metal Street Sign Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Peace & Freedom Dove Metal Street Sign Limited Edition 2-Color Silkscreen Print on Street Sign Material Graffiti Modern Pop Art by Artist Shepard Fairey x Beyond The Streets. 2021 Metal Reflective Street Sign With Attached Signed COA Edition of 350 Size 24x24

    $1,675.00

  • Unyielding Metal Street Sign Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY Unyielding Metal Street Sign Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Unyielding Metal Street Sign Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Unyielding Metal Street Sign Limited Edition 2-Color Silkscreen Print on Street Sign Material Graffiti Modern Pop Art by Artist Shepard Fairey x Beyond The Streets. 2020 Metal Reflective Street Sign With Attached Signed COA Edition of 350 Size 33x33 Shepard Fairey X Beyond the Streets Unyielding, 2020 3M5100 Reflective on aluminum 33 inches (83.8 cm) Ed. 258/350 Signed and numbered in pencil to COA on reverse Produced by Obey Giant and Beyond the Streets, Los Angeles

    $1,675.00

  • Punisher Crossing Original Street Sign Painting by RD-357 Real Deal

    RD-357 Real Deal Punisher Crossing Original Street Sign Painting by RD-357 Real Deal

    Punisher Crossing Original Street Sign Painting by RD-357 Real Deal One of a Kind Artwork on Real Metal Crosswalk Street Sign by Graffiti Art Pop Artist. 2012 Signed Mixed Media Acrylic & Spray Paint on Real Reclaimed NYC New York City Crossing Cross Walk Street Sign Painting Original Artwork Size 30x37.5  RD-357: Pioneering Street Pop Art on Urban Canvases RD-357, an artist known for his distinctive contribution to street pop art and graffiti artwork, has manifested his creativity through a unique, striking, and thought-provoking medium. His original piece titled "Punisher Crossing Original Street Sign Painting" encapsulates street art's raw essence while ingeniously infusing pop culture iconography elements. This work is a stellar example of RD-357's inventive use of everyday objects as canvases, transforming a mundane metal crosswalk street sign into a vibrant artwork that commands attention and sparks dialogue. The "Punisher Crossing" is a unique artwork that exudes the rebellious spirit and subversive edge often associated with street pop art. Created in 2012, this mixed media piece employs acrylic and spray paint on a real crossing sign measuring 30x37.5 inches. RD-357's choice to use an actual street sign as the foundation for his artwork not only repurposes the object but also embeds the art piece within the fabric of urban life it seeks to comment on. The sign, once a directive for pedestrians, now carries a powerful visual message, made all the more potent by its placement on an object of regulation and order. The Artistic Language of RD-357's Street Sign Paintings In "Punisher Crossing," RD-357 demonstrates a masterful control over color and composition. The background of the sign is ablaze with a vivid, almost violent splatter of yellow and red spray paint, reminiscent of the chaos and energy of city streets. Against this explosive backdrop, the figure of the Punisher is rendered with precision in acrylic, his stark, menacing presence immediately drawing the eye. The character's hand, outstretched and holding a gun, breaks the boundaries of the sign's frame, suggesting a defiance of constraints and a breaking free from imposed limits. RD-357's work is deeply embedded in the language of street pop art, a genre that combines the gritty, underground aesthetic of street art with the bright, graphic quality of pop art. His paintings, especially this piece, are a dialogue between the artist and the urban landscape, between the fictional characters of pop culture and the reality of the viewer's environment. By bringing the Punisher - a symbol of vigilante justice and anti-heroism - into the context of a crosswalk sign, RD-357 creates a juxtaposition that is at once startling and intriguing. The artwork becomes a statement on control and chaos, power and powerlessness, and the fine line between societal order and individual action. RD-357's Impact on Contemporary Street Art RD-357's contributions to the street art scene have been significant, and his influence can be seen in the way street pop art has evolved over the years. His artworks, particularly those on street signs, are more than mere paintings; they are interventions into the urban environment, which challenge the viewer to reconsider the role and potential of public space. The "Punisher Crossing" sign is emblematic of this approach, seamlessly integrating art into the city's daily liandlso elevating the discourse around street art. By signing his work, the artist claims ownership of a public domain piece, an act that is a form of artistic rebellion. The signature on "Punisher Crossing" is not merely a mark of authenticity; it is a declaration of presence, a proof of the artist's interaction with the world around him. Through works like this, RD-357 has etched his name into the annals of street pop art history, securing his place as a maverick who has expanded the possibilities of graffiti artwork. The "Punisher Crossing Original Street Sign Painting" by RD-357 stands as a testament to the power of street pop art to communicate, provoke, and inspire. By transforming a simple street sign into a complex and compelling work of art, RD-357 challenges perceptions, invites reflection, and continues influencing the ever-evolving narrative of street and graffiti art.

    $3,000.00

  • Deinonychus Original Oil Painting by Scott Listfield

    Scott Listfield Deinonychus Original Oil Painting by Scott Listfield

    Deinonychus Original Oil Painting by Scott Listfield One of a Kind Artwork on Canvas by Street Art Pop Artist. 2022 Signed Oil Original Painting Size 10x10

    $2,546.00

  • WCA MSK Billboard Street Sign Sculpture by Risk Rock

    Risk Rock WCA MSK Billboard Street Sign Sculpture by Risk Rock

    WCA MSK Billboard Limited Edition Plastic & Ink Sculpture Artwork by Street Artist Risk Rock Fine Art. 2022 Sculpture Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 9.5 x 13.5 x 2.5 RISK tag billboard collectible, featuring RISK, WCA and MSK in the details. Replica of one of Risk's first LA Billboards 9.5 x 13.5 x 2.5 inches. Edition of 50

    $620.00

  • Graffiti Is A Crime 12x18 I Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    Cope2- Fernando Carlo Graffiti Is A Crime 12x18 I Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    Graffiti Is A Crime 12x18- I Original Mixed Media Painting graffiti artist modern pop art on Real Metal Street Sign by Cope2. 2020 Signed Original Spray Paint Painting Bubble Letter on Real Metal Street Sign Artwork Size 12x18. Graffiti Is A Crime Sign. Graffiti as a Form of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork Graffiti, often perceived as a rebellious or illegal act, has gradually evolved into a recognized form of art, gaining substantial attention in the realm of modern pop and street art. This transformation is vividly exemplified by the work of renowned graffiti artist Cope2. His piece titled "Graffiti Is A Crime 12x18-I Original Mixed Media Painting" is a striking representation of this evolution. Created in 2020, this artwork is not just a mere expression of street culture but a significant icon in the graffiti art world. It stands out as a signed original spray paint painting, featuring bubble letters on a real metal street sign. Measuring 12x18 inches, this piece encapsulates the essence of street pop art and graffiti artwork, blending the raw energy of street art with the sophistication of modern pop art. The choice of a real metal street sign as the canvas for this artwork speaks volumes about the artist's intention to blur the lines between what is considered legal and illegal, art and vandalism. By transforming a symbol of authority and regulation, a street sign, into a piece of art, Cope2 challenges the conventional perceptions of graffiti. This act of repurposing a street sign, an object typically associated with law and order, into a canvas for graffiti, traditionally viewed as a form of rebellion, creates a powerful contrast and commentary on the societal views of art and expression. The Cultural Significance of Graffiti in Modern Art The artwork "Graffiti Is A Crime" is not just a physical piece of art; it's a statement about the cultural and societal impact of graffiti. Historically, graffiti has been associated with underground movements, often being a tool for the voiceless to express their opinions and emotions. However, as seen through the works of artists like Cope2, graffiti has transcended these boundaries, finding its way into the world of high art and becoming a celebrated form of creative expression. This metamorphosis of graffiti from vandalism to a respected art form is significant in understanding the dynamics of modern art. It reflects the evolving attitudes towards what constitutes art and who gets to define it. By incorporating elements of pop culture, graffiti artists have brought a new dimension to the art world, one that resonates with a broader audience and reflects contemporary societal themes. This shift has not only given graffiti artists like Cope2 a platform to showcase their talent but has also prompted a reevaluation of street art's role in the broader context of art history. Impact on the Perception of Street Art and Graffiti The significance of "Graffiti Is A Crime" and similar works in the context of street pop art and graffiti artwork lies in their ability to challenge and redefine the boundaries of traditional art. These pieces are not just expressions of individual creativity but are also powerful tools for social commentary. They represent a form of artistic democracy, where the street becomes a gallery, accessible to all, and not just the elite few. This democratization of art through graffiti challenges traditional art paradigms and encourages a more inclusive understanding of what art can be. Moreover, the increasing acceptance and celebration of graffiti art in galleries and art exhibitions signify a cultural shift. It represents a growing recognition of the artistic value and social commentary embedded in these works. The journey of graffiti from the streets to the galleries is a testament to the changing perceptions of what is considered legitimate art. It highlights the importance of context, medium, and message in the world of art, proving that creativity knows no bounds and that art can emerge from the most unexpected places. The artwork "Graffiti Is A Crime" by Cope2 is a pivotal piece in the narrative of street pop art and graffiti artwork. It encapsulates the essence of graffiti's journey from the fringes to the forefront of modern art. This piece is not just a representation of artistic skill but a symbol of cultural evolution, challenging perceptions, and redefining the boundaries of art. As such, it holds a special place in the history of modern art, symbolizing the dynamic and ever-evolving nature of artistic expression.

    $946.00

  • Sidewalk Closed Wood Original Mixed Media Street Sign Painting by Sonic Bad

    Sonic Bad Sidewalk Closed Wood Original Mixed Media Street Sign Painting by Sonic Bad

    Sidewalk Closed- Wood Original Mixed Media Graffiti Artist Modern Pop Art on Real Street Sign by Sonic Bad. 2018 Signed Original Spray Paint & Mixed Media on Wooden New York City NYC Sidewalk Closed Vintage Sign Artwork Size 21.5x11.5 The Artistic Alchemy of Sonic Bad: Reimagining Public Notices Sonic Bad's 'Sidewalk Closed - Wood' is an exemplary showcase of modern pop art manifested through the lens of street sensibilities and graffiti culture. Created in 2018, this signed original piece is a vibrant declaration of the transformative power inherent in street pop art and graffiti artwork. The fusion of spray paint and mixed media on a wooden canvas that once served as a New York City sidewalk sign encapsulates the artist's penchant for repurposing the functional into the visually extraordinary. Technique and Symbolism in Sonic Bad's Work The artwork, measuring 21.5x11.5 inches, is a testament to Sonic Bad's mastery over mixed media. The piece harmoniously integrates the textures of wood with the fluidity of spray paint, achieving a layered effect that adds depth and complexity to the composition. The choice of a 'Sidewalk Closed' sign is significant; it takes an object that signifies obstruction and transforms it into a portal of creative expression, thus inviting reflection on the role of public space and the rules that govern it. Sonic Bad's approach to the sign is subversive yet playful, disrupting its original intent and engaging viewers in a dialogue about the accessibility of art and public communication. The vibrant color palette and intricate design work serve to capture the gaze and provoke thought, a hallmark of effective street pop art. The way the letterforms and characters are interwoven with the sign's warning embodies a kind of artistic alchemy, turning the mundane into the magical. Impact and Reception of Sonic Bad's Street Sign Artwork The 'Sidewalk Closed - Wood' piece by Sonic Bad does not simply occupy space; it commands attention and interaction. Its existence in a gallery or a private collection continues to challenge perceptions of street art's place within the art world hierarchy. Sonic Bad's work is celebrated for its unabashed embrace of street art aesthetics while simultaneously pushing the boundaries of what such art can communicate and how it is perceived. Sonic Bad, an artist who remains an enigmatic figure in the graffiti art scene, utilizes anonymity as a tool, allowing the work to speak for itself. The artist's contributions to street pop art are measured by the vibrancy of the pieces left in public view and the conversations they ignite. The influence of such work extends beyond the streets, infiltrating popular culture and challenging traditional art's status quo. Sonic Bad's Legacy in Street Pop Art Sonic Bad's 'Sidewalk Closed - Wood' is not merely a piece of reclaimed street furniture but a microcosm of street art's potential to redefine the aesthetics of urban living. This work stands as a cultural artifact, a piece of New York City's story told through the eyes of a street artist. Sonic Bad's legacy is enshrined in every color splash and line twist, a testament to the enduring allure and social commentary of street pop art and graffiti artwork. The legacy of artists like Sonic Bad is often measured by the endurance of their work in the public imagination and their ability to inspire future generations of artists. By turning a sidewalk sign into a canvas, Sonic Bad has not only altered the sign's trajectory but also contributed to the narrative of street art as a form of modern pop art. This piece will continue to be a point of reference for discussions about the interplay between public space and artistic freedom, embodying the spirit of street art that refuses to be sidelined.

    $2,000.00

  • On a Heartbeat Original Street Sign Painting by Chris RWK On a Heartbeat Original Street Sign Painting by Chris RWK

    Chris RWK- Robots Will Kill On a Heartbeat Original Street Sign Painting by Chris RWK

    On a Heartbeat Original Mixed Media Painting Graffiti Artist Modern Pop Art on Real Metal Street Sign by Chris RWK. 2022 Signed Original Mixed Media Acrylic & Spray Paint on Real 30x30 Street Stop Sign Immersed in various mediums, Chris began to store the images brought forward though these everyday experiences in what he refers to as a “mental journal”. This journal was a haven of his thoughts that he could refer back to whenever necessary.

    $4,165.00

  • Keep Moving Original Street Sign Spray Painting by Chris RWK- Robots Will Kill

    Chris RWK- Robots Will Kill Keep Moving Original Street Sign Spray Painting by Chris RWK- Robots Will Kill

    Keep Moving Original Street Sign Spray Painting by Chris RWK- Robots Will Kill Mixed Media Modern Graffiti Paint Pop Art on Real Metal Ready To Hang. 2023 Signed Original Mixed Media Spray Paint Acrylic Painting on Reclaimed No Standing Anytime Metal City Sign Size 18x12 Innovation in Reclaimed Art by Chris RWK "Keep Moving" by Chris RWK, from the collective Robots Will Kill, stands as a testament to the transformative power of street art, taking an object as valid as a 'No Standing Anytime' metal city sign and repurposing it into a canvas for modern graffiti paint pop art. Created in 2023, this signed original mixed media spray paint and acrylic painting is a ready-to-hang piece that measures 18x12 inches, embodying the ethos of Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork. Chris RWK's work is renowned for its ability to communicate complex emotions and societal narratives through street signs' deceptively simple visual language. By reclaiming and repurposing a metal city sign, he not only recycles the physical material but also reclaims the cultural and communicative space these signs occupy. The robot character, a recurring motif in Chris RWK's work, is depicted holding hearts—a sharp contrast to street signage's typically authoritative and impersonal nature. Cultural Commentary on Street Pop Art The piece is a cultural commentary, leveraging the ubiquitous nature of street signs to challenge viewers to reconsider their significance and meaning. By integrating heartfelt imagery on a sign that typically denotes restriction, Chris RWK flips the script, offering a narrative of movement and emotion where one would not expect it. This act of artistic rebellion is characteristic of the graffiti movement, which often seeks to interrupt the urban landscape with unexpected messages and visuals. Chris RWK's "Keep Moving" technique showcases the artist's skill with spray paint and acrylic, using these mediums to add depth and texture to the work. The choice of a metal sign as the substrate adds an industrial edge to the painting, grounding it firmly in the street art tradition and elevating it into a piece of pop art that can be appreciated in various settings. Impact and Significance in the Art World The significance of "Keep Moving" within the art world is multifaceted. It is a piece that blurs the boundaries between high art and street art, between vandalism and sanctioned creative expression. Chris RWK's work is part of a broader movement that sees street artists gaining recognition within the fine art world, with their works increasingly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts. "Keep Moving" is a striking piece of art and a reminder of the enduring influence of street art and its capacity to challenge and redefine the spaces it occupies. Chris RWK, through his work with Robots Will Kill, continues to push the envelope, creating pieces that are at once accessible and profound, simple in their execution but complex in their implications. This painting is a vibrant example of the power of Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork to captivate and engage audiences, encouraging them to see the urban environment through a new lens.

    $1,744.00

  • Caution Sechor Required Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Sechor

    Sechor Caution Sechor Required Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Sechor

    Caution Sechor Required Original Mixed Media Spray Paint & Acrylic Painting graffiti artist modern pop art on Real Metal Street Sign by Sechor. 2021 Signed Original Acrylic paint on metal. 14x10 in

    $364.00

  • No Trespassing No Graffiti 12x18 III Original Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    Cope2- Fernando Carlo No Trespassing No Graffiti 12x18 III Original Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    No Trespassing No Graffiti 12x18- III Original Mixed Media Painting graffiti artist modern pop art on Real Metal Street Sign by Cope2. 2020 Signed Original Spray Paint Painting Bubble Letter on Real Metal Street Sign Artwork Size 12x18. No Trespassing No Graffiti Surveillance Sign. Challenging Norms with Cope2's Street Pop Art & Graffiti Artwork The piece "No Trespassing No Graffiti 12x18- III" by Cope2 is a provocative work that embodies the rebellious spirit of street pop art and graffiti artwork. The 2020 signed original spray paint painting features bubble letters on a real metal street sign, size 12x18 inches, boldly proclaiming "Graffiti Is A Crime." This artwork is a direct challenge to the legal and societal boundaries that have long been imposed on graffiti artists. Cope2, a name that carries weight in the graffiti world, uses this piece to confront the paradox of graffiti as an art form: its simultaneous existence as a celebrated creation and a criminal act. The medium of the actual metal street sign, an object that typically represents law and control, is subverted and repurposed as a canvas for free artistic expression. This inversion is symbolic of the very nature of street art — a medium that often exists in heavily regulated and surveilled spaces. By choosing this as his canvas, Cope2 does not just create a piece of art; he crafts a statement on the right to public space and the nature of artistic freedom. The Socio-Cultural Commentary of Cope2's Work "No Trespassing No Graffiti" is more than a visually striking piece; it serves as a socio-cultural commentary on the state of street art today. The bright colors and the unmissable bubble letters are quintessential elements of traditional graffiti, yet they stand in stark contrast against the formal, authoritative backdrop of the street sign. This contrast is a visual metaphor for the tension between the artist and the establishment, between creativity and conformity. The artwork captures what Cope2 represents — an artist who has thrived in the face of adversity and legal challenges for over three decades. This mixed media piece shows his dedication to the craft and his ability to adapt and evolve. He showcased his mixed-media the streets to a respected figure in modern pop art while maintaining the edge and authenticity of his street roots. Impact of "No Trespassing No Graffiti" on Street Pop Art & Graffiti Artwork Cope2's "No Trespassing No Graffiti" impact on the perception of street pop art and graffiti artwork cannot be understated. It is an embodiment of the defiance often intrinsic to this genre of art. Yet, it also represents a maturation of the form, a sign that street art has claimed its rightful place in contemporary art discourse. The piece stands as a symbol of resistance against the criminalization of graffiti, urging a reexamination of the laws and cultural perceptions that govern public expression. Through this work, Cope2 asserts the value of street art as a legitimate and powerful form of social and artistic expression. The painting is a direct engagement with the viewer, a call to question and redefine the boundaries of legality and artistry. It is a bold declaration that the presence of graffiti in the public sphere can be both an act of vandalism and a significant cultural artifact. "No Trespassing No Graffiti" is a pivotal piece in the narrative of street pop art and graffiti artwork. It is a testament to Cope2's enduring influence and his commitment to pushing the boundaries of what street art can convey. This artwork is not just a statement against prohibition; it is a proclamation of the transformative power of graffiti, its role in challenging the status quo, and its potential to change how we interact with and understand the urban landscape. It is a piece that encapsulates the complex identity of graffiti, standing as a vibrant example of the dialogue between artist, city, and society.

    $946.00

  • What A Graffiti Writer Sees Archival Print by LushSux

    LushSux What A Graffiti Writer Sees Archival Print by LushSux

    What A Graffiti Writer Sees Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Museum Natural Fine Art Paper by LushSux Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 40 Artwork Size 16x20 Graffiti Urban Industrial Street Scene Depicting Various Graffiti Throw Ups & Tags in Black & White. Insight into LushSux's "What A Graffiti Writer Sees" LushSux, the notorious graffiti street artist, presents a candid visualization of the urban landscape through the eyes of a graffiti writer with his work "What A Graffiti Writer Sees." This limited edition artwork, produced in a series of 40 archival pigment prints on 310gsm Museum Natural Fine Art Paper, measures 16x20 inches and is a signed and numbered offering from the artist. In black and white, the piece depicts a street scene brimming with various graffiti throw-ups and tags, capturing the raw essence of the graffiti artist's vision. Decoding the Urban Canvas in LushSux's Art The artwork is a monochromatic tribute to the graffiti culture, embodying the visual language and symbols that graffiti writers imbue in the urban environment. In this piece, buildings are not merely structures but potential canvases, bristling with opportunity and awaiting the artist's mark. LushSux translates the three-dimensional world into a flat surface yet retains the depth and complexity of the graffiti artist's perspective. Each element, from the roller tags to the dripping paint, is rendered authentically, highlighting the artist's intimate understanding of this art form. LushSux and the Graffiti Narrative Through "What A Graffiti Writer Sees," LushSux makes a poignant statement about perception and the often overlooked details in our surroundings. The piece transcends a simple depiction of graffiti; it explores the artist's psyche, the subcultural codes, and the often invisible dialogue between graffiti writers. It is a reflective piece, inviting the viewer to step into the shoes of those who see the city as a playground of expression. LushSux, as both a participant and observer in the graffiti scene, uses his artwork to bridge the street and the gallery, merging the visceral experience of street pop art with the contemplative space of fine art viewership. This artwork is not just a representation of a physical space; it is a window into the cultural and social underpinnings of the street art movement, a modern pop art phenomenon that continues to evolve and provoke.

    $406.00

  • RR Crossing True Legend Original Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    Cope2- Fernando Carlo RR Crossing True Legend Original Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    RR Crossing- True Legend Original Mixed Media Painting graffiti artist modern pop art on Real Metal Street Sign by Cope2. Paint on Street Sign Size: 30 x 30 Inches Release: March 24, 2021 Run of: 1 During the mid-1990s Cope2 started slowly transitioning from the streets to the art scene of the galleries. At that time, street art was not as popular as it is in our days and the general public’s idea of it was still inextricably connected to ghettos, drug dealing, etc. The artist has never hidden his troubling past and avoids idealizing it, as a way to enhance his career and artistic persona. On the contrary, he mentions the following: “Oh man, there’s nothing to be proud of in hustling, but I had my first child at the age of 16, my son. So I had to make money to support him and his mother.

    $3,135.00

  • Street Shatter Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Sechor Street Shatter Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Sechor

    Sechor Street Shatter Street Sign Graffiti Painting by Sechor

    Street Shatter Art Epoxy Wood Mixed Media on Street Signed Framed Sculpture/Painting Artwork by street pop culture artist Sechor. 2021 Signed Artwork Size 20x20 Ready To Hang Framed Original Mixed Media Wall Art Sculpture made of epoxy mixed with wood chips on a real "Do Not Enter" street sign in a handmade frame, ready to hang.

    $1,545.00

  • Forty Joe Hood Goodz Metal Street Sign Print by Sket-One

    Sket-One Forty Joe Hood Goodz Metal Street Sign Print by Sket-One

    Forty Joe Hood Goodz Metal Artwork Limited Edition UV Print on Metal Sign by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist Sket- One. 2021 Forty Joe Hood Goodz Metal Art Sign by Sket-One - IamRetro Exclusive Open Edition 12x18 inches UV Printed Center-Top and Center Bottom Holes for easy hanging Designed by Sket-One

    $44.00

  • Zombie Hand Tag Original Street Sign Painting by RD-357 Real Deal

    RD-357 Real Deal Zombie Hand Tag Original Street Sign Painting by RD-357 Real Deal

    Zombie Hand Tag Original Street Sign Painting by RD-357 Real Deal Spray Paint Mixed Media One of a Kind of Artwork on New York City No Parking Notice Sign Pop Graffiti Street Art Artwork. 2014 Signed Spray Painting Original Artwork on Real NYC Reclaimed No Parking Metal Urban City Street Sign Size 18x12 of a Decapitated Zombie Hand Grasping & Spraying a Can of Krylon Spray Paint with the RD Tag in Purple. RD-357's Vivid Depiction of Urban Rebellion: The Zombie Hand Tag The 'Zombie Hand Tag' original street sign painting by RD-357, also known as Real Deal, is a provocative piece of street pop art and graffiti that embodies the rebellious spirit of urban street culture. Completed in 2014, this artwork uses a New York City 'No Parking' metal sign as its canvas, transforming a mundane object of urban regulation into a striking visual statement. The depiction of a decapitated zombie hand grasping and actively using a can of Krylon spray paint infuses the piece with a sense of post-apocalyptic creativity and survival. Interpreting the Symbolism in RD-357's Art This piece is rich with symbolism that resonates with the ethos of graffiti and street pop art. The zombie hand, often a symbol of horror and the macabre, is presented here as a vessel of artistic creation, subverting its usual connotations of death and decay. By wielding a can of Krylon, the hand breathes life into an art form that thrives on the fringes of society. The RD tag in purple spray paint marks the artist's signature and serves as an act of claiming territory, a fundamental aspect of graffiti culture. The choice of a 'No Parking' sign as the medium is deliberate and insightful. It represents the restrictions and boundaries imposed by society, which street art often aims to transgress. The act of a zombie hand, a symbol of defiance against mortality, spraying over such a sign is a metaphor for the resilience of street art. It refuses to be confined or controlled, much like the undead refusing to remain in the grave. The Aesthetics and Technique in RD-357's Zombie Hand Tag RD-357's technique in creating this piece highlights street art's raw and unapologetic beauty. The artwork, measuring 18x12 inches, showcases the artist's skill in manipulating spray paint, a medium often dismissed by the traditional art world but revered in street culture. The dripping paint from the Krylon can, the textured portrayal of the zombie flesh, and the striking contrast between the hand and the sterile sign it occupies all contribute to a composition that is as much a visual triumph as a statement piece. The use of mixed media, incorporating both the physical sign and the spray paint, reflects the layered nature of street art. It is both an object and a message, a tangible piece of the city's fabric and a commentary. The artwork challenges viewers to see beyond the surface to understand the depth and complexity of the messages conveyed through this unique artistic expression. Conclusion: The Cultural Impact of RD-357's Work The 'Zombie Hand Tag' is a potent example of how street pop art and graffiti can alter perceptions and engage with viewers on a visceral level. RD-357's work demonstrates street art's transformative power, which can turn a simple traffic sign into a thought-provoking piece that questions authority and celebrates the irrepressible nature of human creativity, even in the face of societal collapse. RD-357, whose real name and country of origin remain unknown, much like the enigmatic nature of street art itself, has created a piece that stands as a testament to the enduring spirit of street pop art and graffiti. The 'Zombie Hand Tag' is a visual spectacle and a narrative of resistance, a declaration that even in a world overrun by the metaphorical zombies of conformity and control, the artist's spirit remains unvanquished.

    $600.00

  • Techno Standpipe Original Street Sign Painting by RD-357 Real Deal

    RD-357 Real Deal Techno Standpipe Original Street Sign Painting by RD-357 Real Deal

    Techno Standpipe Original Street Sign Painting by RD-357 Real Deal Spray Paint Mixed Media is one of the kinds of artwork on New York City FDNY Standpipe Notice Sign Pop Graffiti Street Artwork. 2014 Signed Spray Painting Original Artwork on Real Reclaimed NYC Fire Fighter Metal Urban City Street Sign Size 13x18 Futuristic Sci-Fi Cyborg Robot Woman with Guns & Future Weapon Arm Replacement—RD Tag in Rust Red. RD-357's Techno Standpipe: A Metaphor of Futurism in Street Art The original Techno Standpipe street sign painting by RD-357, also known as Real Deal, is a compelling piece of street pop art that seamlessly blends technology and urban grit. Created in 2014, this work of art reimagines a New York City Fire Department standpipe notice sign as a backdrop for a dystopian narrative. The piece, signed by RD-357, features a futuristic sci-fi cyborg woman armed with advanced weaponry, conveying powerful themes of transformation and the intersection of humanity and technology. Symbolism and Significance in RD-357's Artwork In 'Techno Standpipe,' the cyborg woman symbolizes the evolving relationship between humans and machines. Her robotic arm replacement, depicted with meticulous detail, suggests enhancement and perhaps the loss of human elements, a theme that resonates deeply in an era where technology increasingly interfaces with every aspect of life. The choice of a standpipe sign, an emblem of safety and regulation, contrasts with the unrestrained and anarchic spirit of the cyborg, creating a visual paradox that challenges the viewer to consider the implications of technological advancement. The RD tag in rust red serves as the artist's signature and integration into the piece's aesthetic, echoing the rust and decay that often accompany urban infrastructure. This artwork, measuring 13x18 inches, uses spray paint to bring to life the textures and tones of metal and flesh, bridging the gap between the industrial and the organic. RD-357's Technique and Artistic Vision RD-357's execution of 'Techno Standpipe' demonstrates a masterful use of mixed media, combining the stark, flat surface of a metal sign with the depth and dynamism of spray paint. The artist employs shading, contouring, and color contrasts to give the cyborg figure a three-dimensional appearance, projecting her out of the sign's flatness and into the viewer's space. The shadows and highlights create a sense of movement, suggesting action and energy, symbolic of street pop art's dynamic nature. The artwork's gritty realism, underscored by the wear and tear on the sign itself, reflects the urban environment's influence on RD-357. Using a real street sign repurposes the found object and contextualizes the art within the living, breathing cityscape. This piece thus becomes a conversation between the artist, the medium, and the ever-changing urban landscape. The Cultural Resonance of 'Techno Standpipe' As a piece of street pop art and graffiti, 'Techno Standpipe' carries within it the pulse of contemporary culture, where concerns about the encroachment of technology into the human sphere are ever-present. RD-357 captures this zeitgeist, presenting a future vision that is both a warning and a wonder. The artwork invites introspection on the viewer's part, urging them to contemplate the direction in which society is headed. RD-357, whose real name and country of origin remain anonymous, maintains the tradition of street artists who operate under pseudonyms, preserving the mystery and rawness central to the genre. The 'Techno Standpipe' is a bold statement within RD-357's oeuvre, a one-of-a-kind piece that embodies the transformative and provocative power of street pop art and graffiti artwork. It is a visual manifesto of the times, a metallic cry from the city's heart that resonates with modern existence's complexities.

    $600.00

  • Vandalism Is A Crime III Street Sign Original Painting by Hael

    Hael Vandalism Is A Crime III Street Sign Original Painting by Hael

    Vandalism Is A Crime- III Original Mixed Media Painting graffiti artist modern pop art on Real Metal Street Sign by Hael. Over the last 30 years Hael has traveled the world taking photos and writing graffiti. He is one of the most prolific graffiti writers in North America.

    $796.00

Street Signs Graffiti Street Pop Artwork

Revolutionizing Public Spaces: Street Signs as Artworks in Urban Landscapes

Creating artwork on real street signs marks a compelling intersection of public space and creative expression. Street pop and graffiti thrive in this domain with vibrant defiance and ingenuity. This art form is far from a recent development steeped in a rich history where artists have long sought to bring their visions directly into the public eye. Street signs, in particular, offer a unique canvas—one deeply embedded in the everyday lives of city dwellers yet often overlooked in terms of aesthetic potential. Transforming these utilitarian objects into art pieces is a practice that has gained momentum, with artists around the globe utilizing the street sign's iconic shape, ubiquitous presence, and symbolic power to challenge perceptions and convey potent messages. Artists like Banksy, D*Face, and Shepard Fairey have been at the forefront of this movement, bringing attention to street signs as viable and impactful mediums for artistic endeavors. Their work on street signs merges the rebellious spirit of graffiti with the vivid imagery of pop art, crafting a genre that resonates with the contemporary urbanite. The essence of this art form lies in its ability to communicate with a broad audience, its accessibility bolstered by the public nature of its medium. Once merely functional, street signs are reimagined as dynamic backdrops that reflect the complexities of city life and the diverse voices that animate it.

Artistic Alchemy: From Regulatory Symbols to Vessels of Expression

The alchemy of turning street signs into art requires more than just the physical act of painting or tagging; it involves a conceptual re-envisioning of the object. Street signs are designed to regulate, guide, and warn—yet, when appropriated by artists, they adopt a new role: to question, provoke, and inspire. The transformation involves a deliberate and often subversive act, as the artist overlays or integrates their work with the existing directives and symbols. The result is a layered piece of art that plays with context and expectation, a conversation between the artist and the public mediated by the altered sign. The process of creating these artworks is as varied as the artists themselves. Some may use stencils and spray paint, favored in traditional graffiti art, while others might apply brushes and acrylics for a more painterly approach. The choice of materials and methods often reflects the message the artist wishes to convey—a glossy finish might suggest a critique of consumer culture, while rough, unpolished strokes could speak to the rawness of street life. This variety ensures that each piece is as unique as the individual who created it and as distinct as the environment it inhabits.

Impact and Legacy: The Enduring Influence of Street Signs in Art

The impact of creating artwork on street signs is multifaceted. On a visual level, these pieces disrupt the monotony of the urban landscape, offering passersby a moment of unexpected engagement. On a deeper level, they serve as tools for social commentary, reflecting the artist's perspective on issues ranging from politics to environmentalism. This form of street pop art often prompts dialogue and debate, fulfilling one of art's most essential roles as a catalyst for discourse and change. The legacy of such art is enduring. As street signs transformed into artworks age, they became part of the city's fabric, their initial shock value maturing into a form of urban lore. They influence not only the aesthetic of the city but also the culture of street art itself, inspiring new generations of artists to explore the potential of public spaces as venues for artistic expression. The works of artists who have passed, like Keith Haring, continue to be celebrated, their creations on street signs and other public surfaces serving as a reminder of their vision and the power of art to transcend traditional boundaries. Creating artwork on street signs represents a vibrant chapter in the history of street pop art and graffiti artwork, constantly being written and rewritten by artists who view the city as a canvas for expression. The signs, once directives, become dialogues, and the streets, once conduits, become galleries. This transformation, this reclamation of public space, is a testament to the creative spirit that drives street art and the enduring ability of art to infuse the every day with meaning and beauty.

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