Purchase Art in Action- Invader Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Paper by Artist Jeff Gillette, Street Pop Art Graffiti Legend.
2022 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 100 Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Fine Art Paper Artwork Size 16x20
"Art in Action - Invader" captures a raw, energetic fusion of street pop art and graffiti through the lens of Jeff Gillette's distinctive approach to contemporary art. This archival pigment fine art limited edition print, pressed onto high-quality 290gsm Moab Entrada fine art paper, showcases Gillette's talent in engaging with the aesthetic and thematic elements of street culture. Each print in this limited series, sized at 16x20 inches, carries the artist's signature, certifying its authenticity and exclusive count, limited to a mere 100 pieces globally for the 2022 release. Gillette's art is often characterized by a convergence of dystopian themes with iconic elements from popular culture, which serves as a commentary on the decay and disillusionment underlying the glossy veneer of consumerism. This piece, "Art in Action - Invader," is no exception. It presents a pixelated figure, reminiscent of the popular 8-bit video game characters, which have been a notable theme in street art, particularly by the anonymous French artist known as Invader. However, Gillette takes this recognizable form and infuses it with a visceral splatter of paint, echoing the immediacy and often transgressive energy of graffiti art. The vibrant splashes of color against the stark figures not only draw visual attention but also invite reflection on the impact of digital culture in the art world and its intersection with traditional media. Gillette's use of the Invader motif interrogates the idea of space—both physical and digital—and how street art occupies and transforms public consciousness. The marriage of fine art printing techniques with the spontaneity of street art embodied in this print is a testament to the evolving narrative of art as a tool for social commentary. The limited nature of this series makes it a coveted item for collectors who seek to own a piece of art that not only stands as a visual statement but also represents a critical viewpoint on the dialogue between high art and street culture. In "Art in Action - Invader," Gillette's work is a beacon of this complex conversation, offering a snapshot of street art's ongoing evolution and its persistent echo in contemporary discourse.