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Sandra Chevrier La Cage, ici! Giclee Print by Sandra Chevrier
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Purchase Employee of the Month Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on Fine Art Paper by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Ben Frost. Ben Frost (b. 1975) Employee of the Month, 2014 Archival pigment print on Fine Art paper 17 x 17 inches (43.2 x 43.2 cm) (sheet) Ed. 28/65 Signed and numbered in pencil along the lower edge and published by 1xRUN, Detroit. Visual Dissection of Pop Culture "Employee of the Month" by Ben Frost is a limited edition archival pigment print that dissects and reassembles the fabric of pop culture within the context of street art and graffiti. This piece, created in 2014 and published by 1xRUN in Detroit, is a visually rich tapestry, infusing iconic imagery with subversive undertones characteristic of Frost's work. The print, measuring 17 x 17 inches, is a potent example of how street pop art and graffiti artwork can infiltrate the fine art world with its pulsating energy and color. Born in 1975, Frost has become known for his vibrant visuals that often incorporate elements from cartoons, advertising, and iconic brand imagery. "Employee of the Month" is no exception, featuring an amalgamation of figures from different realms of popular media. These images are not merely placed together but interwoven to create a narrative that speaks to the artist's and the viewer's shared cultural experiences. Subversion and Satire in Ben Frost's Art Frost's piece is a satirical nod to the recognition and rewards system prevalent in corporate culture, highlighted by the badge "Employee of the Month" amidst the chaotic backdrop of consumerist icons. The artwork delves into the themes of identity and recognition in a world saturated with branding and marketing messages. Each character and symbol is meticulously chosen to reflect the absurdity and sometimes the emptiness that can accompany the pursuit of accolades in a capitalist society. The print is signed and numbered by Frost, making each of the 65 editions a collectible piece of art. His signature not only authenticates the work but also marks it as an integral component of his artistic narrative, which often challenges the viewer to reconsider their relationship with the pervasive imagery of consumer culture. Interplay of Street Art and Archival Quality The use of archival pigment on fine art paper is a statement of the permanence Frost wishes to impart to his otherwise fleeting and ephemeral subject matter. While street art is often transient, the archival quality of these prints ensures that the vibrancy and message of the artwork endure. This duality mirrors street art and graffiti's short yet impactful nature – temporary in form but permanent in cultural impact. In summary, Ben Frost's "Employee of the Month" combines street art sensibilities and acceptable art practices, celebrating pop culture through a critical and often irreverent lens. This print stands as a testament to Frost's ability to create art that is both accessible and complex, offering a multifaceted critique of the world we navigate daily. Through his work, Frost continues to push the boundaries of street pop art and graffiti artwork, ensuring these genres' vital place within contemporary art discourse.
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Justin Van Genderen Metropolis AP Silkscreen Print by Justin Van Genderen
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RD-357 Real Deal Supergirl No Trains Running Original Acrylic Spray Paint Painting by RD-357 Real Deal
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Purchase It's a Bird! It's a Plane! Dude is he Tagging? Giclee Print by Priest Corp Artwork Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Cold Pressed Cotton Fine Art Paper Graffiti Pop Street Artist. 2023 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 23x18 Silkscreen of DC Comic Book Hero Super Man Looking Out Over The Top of the City Skyscrapers as Helicopters Surround Him Flanked By Urban Graffiti Priest Corp Artwork’s limited edition giclee print titled "It's a Bird! It's a Plane! Dude is he Tagging?" stands as a striking testament to the enduring interplay between pop culture and street art. Dated 2023 and released as a limited run of just 50 pieces, this artwork is exquisitely printed on 290gsm cold pressed cotton fine art paper, which not only ensures longevity but also showcases the rich, vibrant hues of the silkscreen in exquisite detail. The visual narrative unfolds atop a cityscape, with DC Comic’s legendary superhero, Superman, positioned as the central figure. He is seen overlooking the vastness of the city's skyscrapers, a sentinel of justice and hope. This iconic imagery of Superman is, however, juxtaposed with elements emblematic of urban life. Helicopters encircle him, creating a dynamic tension in the composition, hinting at an urgency or perhaps an unfolding event. Yet, what truly accentuates the contemporary theme is the surrounding graffiti. This unexpected infusion of street art challenges traditional comic iconography, suggesting a dialogue between the vigilance of superheroes and the voices of urban artists. By merging the iconic imagery of Superman with the raw expressionism of graffiti, Priest Corp Artwork underscores the evolving nature of both pop and street art. It's a reflection on how classic symbols from our popular consciousness can be reimagined and recontextualized within the fabric of urban narratives. This piece not only celebrates the spirit of a classic superhero but also elevates the significance of graffiti as a form of contemporary commentary.
Brian Viveros Super Trooper Giclee Print by Brian Viveros
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