A Flock of Boogie Archival Pigment Print

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Purchase A Flock of Boogie Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print on 330gsm Fine Art Paper by Chor Boogie graffiti street artist modern pop art.


"This was a piece of a 30-foot mural that I did for The LA Art Show back in 2011. It was me, Shark Toof, Mear1, and Shepard Fairey doing some pieces at the Ritz Carlton here in Los Angeles. Shepard Fairey had brought some pieces that he sold right off the wall and me, Mear1, and Shark Toof had painted the place up. I painted a few panels in some 9 million dollar penthouse, where we were told the pieces were going to stay until they were sold. So months go by and then we find out that our artwork went "missing." They claim they threw it away, we think that somebody took it and nobody is just going to cough it back up. For this print here I've added a few extra Boogie Birds in there, but this was one of the pieces that was at that show, A Flock of Boogie. " - Chor Boogie

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  • Artwork: A Flock of Boogie Archival Pigment Print
  • Sprayed Paint Art Collection
  • Size: 16x20
  • Year: 2012
  • Edition of: 103
    • Archival Pigment Print on 330gsm Fine Art Paper
    • Not Framed
    • Signed: Yes
    • Colors: Rainbow

    Artwork Description

    Purchase A Flock of Boogie Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print on 330gsm Fine Art Paper by Chor Boogie graffiti street artist modern pop art.


    "This was a piece of a 30-foot mural that I did for The LA Art Show back in 2011. It was me, Shark Toof, Mear1, and Shepard Fairey doing some pieces at the Ritz Carlton here in Los Angeles. Shepard Fairey had brought some pieces that he sold right off the wall and me, Mear1, and Shark Toof had painted the place up. I painted a few panels in some 9 million dollar penthouse, where we were told the pieces were going to stay until they were sold. So months go by and then we find out that our artwork went "missing." They claim they threw it away, we think that somebody took it and nobody is just going to cough it back up. For this print here I've added a few extra Boogie Birds in there, but this was one of the pieces that was at that show, A Flock of Boogie. " - Chor Boogie

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