Unique Original Prints

2 artworks


  • Alien OG Moonrock Stoned Eye Dunny by Nugg Life NY- Ian Ziobrowski

    Nugg Life NY- Ian Ziobrowski Alien OG Moonrock Stoned Eye Dunny by Nugg Life NY- Ian Ziobrowski

    Alien OG Moonrock Stoned Eye Dunny Custom Dunny Extremely Limited Mini Nugs HPM Embellished Edition Dunny Kidrobot Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti Nugg Life NY- Ian Ziobrowski. 2021 Signed Box Limited Edition of 3 Custom Made Unique Dunny Marijuana Alien Smoking a Joint. Artistic Intersection of Street Art and Collectible Culture Ziobrowski's Alien OG Moonrock Stoned Eye Dunny emerges as a compelling piece, offering a blend of street culture, pop art, and the underground ethos of graffiti. This custom Dunny, produced in a limited edition of three, showcases a marijuana alien character smoking a joint. The piece symbolizes the counterculture elements often found in street art, presenting a whimsical and provocative narrative. The urban art scene continues to evolve, blurring the lines between what is considered mainstream and what resides on the fringes of society. Among the many artists contributing to this movement is Ian Ziobrowski, known in the art world as Nugglife NY. He brings his unique vision to the forefront with the Alien OG Moonrock Stoned Eye Dunny. This work is a vinyl art toy collectible and a statement within the Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork realm. The Artistic Intersection of Street Art and Collectible Culture Ziobrowski's Alien OG Moonrock Stoned Eye Dunny emerges as a compelling piece, offering a blend of street culture, pop art, and the underground ethos of graffiti. This custom Dunny, produced in a limited edition of three, showcases a marijuana alien character smoking a joint. The piece symbolizes the counterculture elements often found in street art, presenting a whimsical and provocative narrative. The toy is meticulously crafted, with sculpted features that bring the character to life. Each edition is hand-painted, demonstrating Ziobrowski's attention to detail and commitment to individuality in each piece. The signature moonrock Kief embellishment adds a textural and visual complexity, making it an art piece and a tactile experience. Much like the toy itself, the packaging is part of the artwork's overall aesthetic, with each box signed and numbered by the artist, adding to its exclusivity and collectible nature. Reflections of Contemporary Society in Art The Alien OG Moonrock Stoned Eye Dunny holds a mirror to the multifaceted aspects of contemporary society. Ziobrowski's creation speaks to the widespread fascination with extraterrestrial life, the normalization of marijuana use, and the growing acceptance of street art as a legitimate art form. His work is a commentary on the escapism found in substance use, with the alien figure serving as a metaphor for the otherworldly experiences that such escapades can invoke. The narrative behind the Alien OG Moonrock Stoned Eye Dunny is as intriguing as the piece itself. "Beyond the galaxy are things we'll never see," begins the story, alluding to the unseen and often unexplored depths of space and human consciousness. The concept that aliens might be cultivating the finest of herbs, unbeknownst to humanity, lends a humorous and satirical edge to the artwork, resonating with a contemporary audience that appreciates irony and the unordinary. Cultural Impact and the Future of Art Toys Ziobrowski's work is a part of a larger conversation about the place of toys as art objects. The Alien OG Moonrock Stoned Eye Dunny is sought after by collectors of vinyl toys and those who are invested in the cultural significance of Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork. Such pieces are evidence of the shifting boundaries within the art world, where the tangible and the conceptual blend, creating objects that challenge traditional notions of what art can be. The limited production run of these custom Dunnys ensures that each piece is a rare artifact within the street art and collectible toy communities. As the lines blur between art, collectibles, and mainstream consumerism, pieces like the Alien OG Moonrock Stoned Eye Dunny will likely gain even more significance. They stand as cultural markers of a time when artists like Ziobrowski are redefining the boundaries and possibilities of street-inspired art. In the grand tapestry of urban art, each thread represents a different narrative, a distinct voice in the conversation of what art is and can be. Nugglife NY's Alien OG Moonrock Stoned Eye Dunny adds a vibrant and thought-provoking strand to this ever-expanding mural, securing its place in the annals of Street Pop Art and graffiti Artwork. With its limited edition status and unique craftsmanship, the collectible is not just a toy but a statement, a piece of the larger narrative that defines contemporary art culture.

    $349.00

  • Eyes Royal Blue & Fuchsia Emote Monoprints Silkscreen Print by Pose- Jordan Nickel Eyes Royal Blue & Fuchsia Emote Monoprints Silkscreen Print by Pose- Jordan Nickel

    Pose- Jordan Nickel Eyes Royal Blue & Fuchsia Emote Monoprints Silkscreen Print by Pose- Jordan Nickel

    Eyes Royal Blue & Fuchsia Emote Monoprints Silkscreen Print by Pose- Jordan Nickel Hand-Pulled 3-Color Split-Fountain on Hand- Deckled SuperFine UltraWhite Mohawk Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork. 2023 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 2 Artwork Size 22x30 Silkscreen Print of a Close Up To A Womans Face & Eyes With Blue Skin "Eyes Royal Blue & Fuchsia Emote Monoprints" stands as a testament to the evolution and intersection of pop art, street art, and graffiti art. Crafted meticulously by Pose- Jordan Nickel, this silkscreen print showcases an arresting close-up of a woman's face, focusing on her eyes, veiled with a captivating hue of blue skin. The title itself conjures a depth of emotions, hinting at a myriad of interpretations; the royal blue and fuchsia, perhaps, represent not just colors, but a spectrum of feelings and expressions. Jordan Nickel's choice of medium and technique adds layers of intricacy to this piece. The hand-pulled 3-color split-fountain technique is a nod to traditional printmaking, ensuring that each artwork is distinct and possesses its unique charm. Complementing this is the hand-deckled SuperFine UltraWhite Mohawk Fine Art Paper, chosen for its unparalleled quality and texture, which adds another dimension to the artwork, making it tactile and immersive. Within the realms of pop art, graffiti, and street art, close-ups, particularly of faces, have always held significant importance. They capture the essence, emotions, and sometimes, the silent narratives of urban life. Pose- Jordan Nickel’s limited edition artwork, restricted to just two signed and numbered pieces, each sized 22x30, exemplifies this tradition. The emphasis on the eyes and the choice of blue skin might be symbolic of contemporary societal issues or could be an exploration of identity in an ever-changing urban landscape. The allure of "Eyes Royal Blue & Fuchsia Emote Monoprints" lies in its duality. On one hand, it's a meticulous representation of craft, technique, and material; on the other, it’s a profound commentary, resonating with the ethos of its art genres. It's an emblematic piece, marking Pose- Jordan Nickel's indelible mark on the canvas of pop and street art.

    $2,823.00

Unique Original Prints

Distinctiveness of Unique Original Prints

Unique original prints 1 of 1s are crucial artifacts within the vibrant landscapes of street pop art and graffiti. Unlike mass-produced reproductions, these prints are original artworks often created through traditional printmaking techniques, such as screen printing, lithography, woodcuts, or etching. They bear the artist's direct involvement, from the application of ink to the selection of paper, imbuing each print with a distinct presence and authenticity.

Artist's Hand in Printmaking

The involvement of the street pop artist or graffiti writer in the printmaking process ensures that each piece retains a touch of the unique energy and style inherent in their public works. These prints often feature variations due to the nature of their creation, making each one a standalone piece. The hands-on approach taken by artists like Banksy, Shepard Fairey, and RETNA in creating prints adds to their desirability and collectibility.

Cultural Significance and Collectibility

Unique original prints offer an accessible entry point for collectors to own a piece of street pop art or graffiti. They serve not only as artistic expressions but also as cultural milestones that document the evolution of street art from urban settings into the delicate art sphere. Collectors and enthusiasts treasure these prints for their ability to capture the zeitgeist of the street in an enduring and authentic format.

Material and Technique in Original Prints

The choice of materials and techniques in creating original prints is a testament to the artist's vision and the print's intended impact. Whether it's the tactile quality of heavy cotton rag paper or the resilience of archival inks, these decisions play a pivotal role in the artwork's final presentation. The technical nuances of printmaking, from the type of press used to layering inks, are as much a part of the artwork's narrative as the image itself.

Original Prints in the Future of Street Pop Art and Graffiti

As street pop art and graffiti continue to evolve, the role of unique original prints remains significant. They act as a bridge between the ephemeral nature of street art and the permanence sought by collectors. The future may see further innovation in printmaking techniques, expanding the possibilities for artists to express themselves in this medium. Original prints will likely continue to be a cornerstone in disseminating and preserving street pop art and graffiti.

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