Subway Train & Railroad

9 artworks


  • Hand Painted LA River AP 8 HPM Giclee Print by Saber

    Saber Hand Painted LA River AP 8 HPM Giclee Print by Saber

    Hand Painted LA River AP 8 Limited Edition Spray Paint Hand-Embellished HPM Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper Custom Framed by Saber Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. AP Artist Proof Spray Paint Embellished Custom framed and metallic silver matted in a massive silver ornate frame, measuring 47x36

    $2,500.00

  • Sale -36% Train Hanshin Jet 5700 100% Silver Be@rbrick by Medicom Toy Train Hanshin Jet 5700 100% Silver Be@rbrick by Medicom Toy

    BE@RBRICK Train Hanshin Jet 5700 100% Silver Be@rbrick by Medicom Toy

    Train Hanshin Jet 5700 100%- Silver BE@RBRICK Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Urban Collectable Art Figures. 'Be@rbrick Train: Hanshin Jet-Silver 7500' by Be@rbrick x Medicom Toy, 2019 2.8 Inches (100% figure) 7.75 Inches (train) 5.8 x 4.9 x 1.5 Inches (package) Collectible painted vinyl figure + toy train in carded blister-pack.

    $153.00$98.00

  • Don't Walk Giclee Print by Ces

    Ces One- Rob Provenzano Don't Walk Giclee Print by Ces

    Don't Walk Artwork Giclee Limited Edition Print on 340gsm Heavy Archival Cold Press Cotton Rag Print by Pop Culture Graffiti Artist CES. CES Don't Walk 20” x 20” Giclee Print on Heavy Archival Cold Press Cotton Rag 340 GSM Edition of 150 Signed and numbered by CES

    $394.00

  • New York City Subway Maps IV HPM Print by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    Cope2- Fernando Carlo New York City Subway Maps IV HPM Print by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    New York City Subway Maps IV Limited Edition Spray Paint Hand-Embellished HPM Archival Pigment Prints on Moab Fine Art Paper by Cope2 Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 15 Artwork Size 17x24. New York City Subway Maps IV, 2019 Archival pigment print in colors with hand-embellishments on Moab Fine Art paper 17x24 inches (43.2 cm x 61) (sheet) Ed. 10/15 Signed and numbered in pencil lower left. Work displays a .5-inch tear in the lower left border. Embracing Urban Narratives: Cope2's New York City Subway Maps IV Cope2's "New York City Subway Maps IV" is a dynamic fusion of graffiti's raw energy with the refined aesthetics of modern Pop Art, embodying the pulse of urban life on a tangible artifact of the city's daily motion. This 2019 limited edition series, with only 15 signed and numbered pieces, represents a significant contribution to the Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork movement. Each 17x24 inch piece is a hand-embellished archival pigment print on Moab Fine Art paper, offering a unique blend of street culture and high art. Cope2's signature authenticates the work, and its edition number is penciled on the lower left, with one particular piece displaying a minor .5-inch tear, adding to the authentic feel of the artwork. The piece serves as a visual archive of New York's graffiti history, immortalizing the spontaneous, often temporary, art gracing the city's subway maps. Cope2, a Bronx native, brings authenticity and street credibility to his work, with a reputation for over three decades in the graffiti scene. His "New York City Subway Maps IV" reflects urban street art's layered, complex nature, where tags and symbols intermingle to tell the stories of the city's diverse inhabitants. Cope2's Intersection of Street Art and Fine Art Cope2's artwork stands at the intersection of street art and fine art, capturing the essence of one medium within the form of the other. His pieces are more than mere representations of street graffiti; they are the confluence of the artist's lived experiences and interactions with the urban environment. The bold, saturated colors and aggressive brushstrokes hark back to the golden era of graffiti in the 1980s and 1990s when artists like Cope2 were not just decorating the city but also marking territories and expressing identities. The limited edition nature of "New York City Subway Maps IV" and the hand-embellishments by Cope2 himself ensure that each print is a unique piece of art, embodying both the spirit of the original street art and the artist's personal touch. The series encapsulates the rawness of the graffiti subculture while elevating it through fine art printmaking, challenging traditional notions of what constitutes art and who is deemed an artist. In essence, Cope2's work is a celebration of the visual language of the streets, presented within the context of fine art. It offers a narrative deeply rooted in New York City's cultural fabric, providing a snapshot of a movement that has evolved from the margins to the mainstream. The "New York City Subway Maps IV" series not only pays homage to the history of street art but also asserts its place within the continuum of contemporary art. Through his work, Cope2 continues to influence and shape the dialogue around Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork, ensuring that the vibrancy of street culture remains a vital part of the art world's discourse.

    $2,306.00

  • 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

  • Blackbook- Two Hope 92 Giclee Print by DocTC5

    DocTC5 Blackbook- Two Hope 92 Giclee Print by DocTC5

    Blackbook- Two Hope 92 Pop Street Artwork Limited Edition Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper by Urban Graffiti Modern Artist DocTC5. 2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 25 Artwork Size- 17x14 Small Crease To Extreme Lower Left Facing Edge.

    $250.00

  • New York City Subway Maps IV PP HPM Print by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    Cope2- Fernando Carlo New York City Subway Maps IV PP HPM Print by Cope2- Fernando Carlo

    New York City Subway Maps IV PP Printers Proof Limited Edition Spray Paint Hand-Embellished HPM Archival Pigment Prints on Moab Fine Art Paper by Cope2 Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition Artwork Size 17x24. New York City Subway Maps IV, Archival pigment print in colors with hand-embellishments on Moab Fine Art paper Cope2's Artistic Legacy in "New York City Subway Maps IV PP Printers Proof" The "New York City Subway Maps IV PP Printers Proof" by Cope2 represents a confluence of street authenticity and artistic innovation within modern Pop Art. The 2019 Printers Proof edition, signed and marked by the artist, is a limited series that pays homage to the raw spirit of New York's street culture. The artwork, measuring 17x24 inches, is a hand-embellished archival pigment print on Moab Fine Art paper, echoing the gritty essence of urban life through vibrant spray paint and bold tagging styles. As a seminal Graffiti Street Art movement figure, Cope2's work encapsulates the city's visual vibrancy and chaotic energy that never sleeps. His "New York City Subway Maps IV" represents the iconic transit system and a canvas showcasing the layered history of graffiti that has become synonymous with the city's subways. The hand-embellishments signify Cope2's personal touch, making each piece a unique fragment of New York's urban narrative. Blending Traditional Techniques with Urban Aesthetics Cope2's Printers Proof edition blurs the lines between traditional printmaking techniques and the urban aesthetics of graffiti. By incorporating hand-embellishments, each print transcends its status as a mere reproduction, becoming a standalone work of art. The series showcases Cope2's versatility as an artist capable of adapting street capable of adapting street art's spontaneous natureine art printing. The "New York City Subway Maps IV" series is a cultural artifact that reflects the evolution of street art from an act of rebellion to a recognized form of artistic expression. Cope2's work has transitioned from the fleeting surfaces of subway cars to the permanence of fine art paper, enabling the transient nature of street art to be captured, preserved, and appreciated as part of contemporary art's expansive canon. The limited edition Printers Proof series is a testament to the enduring appeal of street art and its significance within the larger context of pop culture. It underscores the importance of preserving the ephemeral nature of graffiti while providing an accessible medium for art collectors and enthusiasts to engage with street art in a new way. In essence, Cope2's "New York City Subway Maps IV PP Printers Proof" is a vibrant homage to the streets of New York, a tangible slice of the city's artistic soul. Through his work, Cope2 continues to play a pivotal role in shaping the narrative of Street Pop Art and Graffiti Artwork, ensuring that the voices of the streets are heard and celebrated in galleries and collections across the globe. His artwork remains a dynamic intersection of color, form, and urban storytelling, capturing the city's pulse in each spray-painted line and hand-drawn tag.

    $1,614.00

  • Sunset On The 5 And The 110 PP Archival Print by Stephanie Buer

    Stephanie Buer Sunset On The 5 And The 110 PP Archival Print by Stephanie Buer

    Sunset On The 5 And The 110 PP Archival Print by Stephanie Buer Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork. PP Printers Proof 2019 Signed & Marked PP Limited Edition Artwork Size 20x13 Archival Pigment Fine Art Stephanie Buer's "Sunset On The 5 And The 110 ": A Moment Captured in Urban Landscape Stephanie Buer's "Sunset On The 5 And The 110" captures a moment in time, a snapshot where the urban landscape meets the transient beauty of the sunset. This archival print, produced in 2019, is a testament to Buer's dedication to exploring the often-overlooked nooks of city life. As a Printer's Proof (PP) on 290gsm Moab Entrada fine art paper, the work is part of a limited series that has been personally overseen and approved by the artist. Each print within this limited edition is signed and marked 'PP,' distinguishing it as a direct artifact of Buer's vision. Measuring 20x13 inches, the artwork is rendered with archival pigment, ensuring that the subtle gradations of light and the vividness of the urban graffiti are preserved. Buer is known for her detailed and nuanced portrayal of derelict and abandoned urban spaces, often focusing on the textural interplay between the natural world and human-made structures. Her work in "Sunset On The 5 And The 110" is emblematic of this style, as it meticulously depicts the convergence of nature and the urban environment at a specific moment. The print showcases Buer's ability to capture the essence of street pop and graffiti artwork within a fine art context, inviting contemplation on the transient nature of the urban sprawl and the art that adorns it. The interplay of Light and Texture in Buer's Work Buer's attention to detail is evident in the realistic rendering of the scene. The contrast between the organic silhouettes of the hills and the concrete geometry of the overpass is softened by the warm hues of the sunset, encapsulating the dialogue between the built environment and the natural one. The graffiti, a hallmark of street art, is depicted not as an act of vandalism but as an intrinsic part of the urban tapestry. This perspective indicates Buer's approach to her subjects, where elements often seen as decay are portrayed with a sense of dignity and inherent beauty. The choice of Moab Entrada fine art paper speaks to the quality and longevity of the print. Known for its premium feel and ability to hold pigments without degradation, the paper complements Buer's intricate and layered technique. The archival pigment used in the printmaking process ensures that the work's refined details, down to the texture of the concrete and the fading light of the sky, are captured with fidelity. Reflections of Street Pop Art in Buer's "Sunset On The 5 And The 110" Buer's work stands at the intersection of street pop art and fine art, incorporating elements from both to create something transcending either category. "Sunset On The 5 And The 110" does not simply document a scene; it communicates the silent narratives within urban spaces. The graffiti present in the artwork is a nod to the street artists and an acknowledgment of the layers of history and expression that they contribute to the cityscape. "Sunset On The 5 And The 110" by Stephanie Buer is a poignant reminder of the beauty found in transient moments within the urban landscape. As a Printer's Proof, it holds an exceptional value for collectors and admirers of Buer's work, offering a tangible connection to her artistic process. Buer elevates the every day to the extraordinary by portraying the interplay between light, texture, and structure, inviting viewers to see the world around them through a lens of nuanced appreciation. Her work continues to resonate within the spheres of street pop art and graffiti artwork, capturing the quiet magnificence of scenes that might otherwise go unnoticed.

    $500.00

  • Fourth and Clay Archival Print by Jessica Hess

    Jessica Hess Fourth and Clay Archival Print by Jessica Hess

    Fourth and Clay Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on 290gsm Moab Entrada Rag Bright Fine Art Paper by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Jessica Hess. 2020 Signed Limited Edition Fourth and Clay • Autographed archival pigment print • Printed on Moab Entrada Rag Bright 290 GSM archival paper • 17 x 17 inches Hand-signed and numbered by artist Jessica Hess in a limited edition of 25

    $209.00

Subway Train & Railroad Graffiti Street Pop Artwork

Subway and Train Graffiti: The Movement of Underground Art

Subway and train systems have long served as the backdrop for an art movement that is as transient as it is permanent. In the tumultuous urban landscapes of the 1960s and 1970s, particularly in New York City, the subway became the pulsating artery through which the lifeblood of graffiti art flowed. This movement was not merely about the artistry of lettering or the boldness of color; it was a social statement, a form of communication, and a voice for the voiceless. The trains became moving galleries, exhibiting the work of marginalized communities to a citywide audience. The early graffiti artists who began this movement were pioneers, not just in technique but in transforming public perception of what art could be. Their canvases were the sides of subway cars, the platforms, and the stations themselves. These artists took the concept of street pop art and graffiti artwork and propelled it into a global phenomenon, using the subway system as a catalyst for their expressions.

Evolution of Train Graffiti: From Subway Tags to Freight Murals

The graffiti on trains started as simple tags, a way for individuals to mark their presence in a city that often felt indifferent to their existence. But as time progressed, these tags evolved into intricate art pieces, with artists spending hours, sometimes days, creating elaborate murals on the sides of train cars. The graffiti movement of the trains tells a story of not just artistic evolution but of the socio-economic conditions that fostered the need for such expressions. The move from subway to freight train graffiti marked a significant shift in the landscape of street art. As the crackdown on subway graffiti became more aggressive, artists migrated to the expansive canvases provided by freight trains. These trains carried the messages and the art across the country, from the East Coast to the West, spreading the ethos of the street art movement far and wide.

Freight Trains: A New Frontier for Graffiti Art

Freight train graffiti became a culture within a culture, with some artists dedicating their entire work to these mobile canvases. The freight train movement encapsulated the spirit of rebellion and freedom central to street art. Each car offered a fresh start, a new journey, and an opportunity to connect with a different audience. This movement wasn't just about disseminating art; it was about sharing an experience and a message with a community much more significant than any city could hold. This form of street pop art and graffiti artwork has not only endured but has flourished. Today, train graffiti is recognized as an integral part of the history of street art. It is a testament to the creativity and resilience of artists who use their surroundings to reflect their realities, challenge societal norms, and engage with a broader public dialogue. The marks made by these artists are not just on the metal surfaces of trains but in the annals of art history, forever linked to the cultural narrative of the cities they adorn.

Cultural Impact of Train and Subway Art

The cultural impact of train and subway graffiti is immeasurable. It has influenced fashion, music, literature, and even the language of the streets. It has also played a role in the gentrification of urban areas, paradoxically both a symbol of urban decay and a marker of trendy urban living. The duality of train graffiti as both an act of vandalism and a work of art continues to spark debate, challenging our notions of public space and the ownership of art. In conclusion, the world of train and subway graffiti is a complex one, rich with history, controversy, and artistry. It is a world that has given rise to some of the most iconic works of street art and has served as a breeding ground for artists who have become legends. As the trains continue to roll, so does the ever-evolving story of street pop art and graffiti artwork.

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