Dirty South Dance Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

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Dirty South Dance Hand-Pulled 4-Color Silkscreen Print on Cream Speckletone Art Paper by Pop Graffiti Artist Shepard Fairey- Obey Rare Street Art Limited Edition Artwork.

2007 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 300 Artwork Size 18x24

A few faint scratches to black areas.

Shepard Fairey (b. 1970) Dirty South Dance, 2007 Screenprint in colors on speckled cream paper 24 x 18 inches (61 x 45.7 cm) (sheet) Ed. 300 Signed, numbered, and dated in pencil along lower edge Published by Obey Giant, Los Angeles

Dirty South Dance Silkscreen Print is a piece of artwork created by Shepard Fairey, the American contemporary street artist, graphic designer, and activist best known for his "OBEY Giant" and Barack Obama "HOPE" campaigns. Fairey's artwork is often characterized by its bold and thought-provoking imagery, combining elements of graffiti, pop art, and political activism. The Dirty South Dance Silkscreen Print is part of Fairey's OBEY series, which is derived from the "OBEY Giant" sticker campaign he started in 1989. The series aims to promote critical thinking and question societal norms, government control, and the influence of media and advertising on our lives. The Dirty South Dance print may feature Fairey's signature style, including bold colors, striking design elements, and a mix of typography and imagery. The piece may focus on the "Dirty South" music scene, which refers to a subgenre of hip-hop that originated in the southern United States, particularly in cities like Atlanta, Houston, and New Orleans. The artwork may attempt to capture the spirit of the music, its artists, and the culture surrounding it while also incorporating Fairey's sociopolitical messages. As a silkscreen print, the Dirty South Dance artwork would have been created using a stencil-based printmaking technique in which ink is pushed through a mesh screen to transfer the design onto paper or canvas. This process allows for the production of multiple copies, each considered an original print, and is a popular method for creating street art and posters. Collectors and fans of Shepard Fairey's work may be interested in acquiring the Dirty South Dance Silkscreen Print for its unique design and strong cultural commentary.

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    • Dirty South Dance Silkscreen Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY
    • Year: 2009
    • Size: 18x24
    • Artist: Shepard Fairey- OBEY
    • Edition of: 300
    • 4-Color Silkscreen on Cream Speckletone Art Paper
      • Not Framed
      • Signed: Yes
      • Colors: Pink, Black

      Artwork Description

      Dirty South Dance Hand-Pulled 4-Color Silkscreen Print on Cream Speckletone Art Paper by Pop Graffiti Artist Shepard Fairey- Obey Rare Street Art Limited Edition Artwork.

      2007 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 300 Artwork Size 18x24

      A few faint scratches to black areas.

      Shepard Fairey (b. 1970) Dirty South Dance, 2007 Screenprint in colors on speckled cream paper 24 x 18 inches (61 x 45.7 cm) (sheet) Ed. 300 Signed, numbered, and dated in pencil along lower edge Published by Obey Giant, Los Angeles

      Dirty South Dance Silkscreen Print is a piece of artwork created by Shepard Fairey, the American contemporary street artist, graphic designer, and activist best known for his "OBEY Giant" and Barack Obama "HOPE" campaigns. Fairey's artwork is often characterized by its bold and thought-provoking imagery, combining elements of graffiti, pop art, and political activism. The Dirty South Dance Silkscreen Print is part of Fairey's OBEY series, which is derived from the "OBEY Giant" sticker campaign he started in 1989. The series aims to promote critical thinking and question societal norms, government control, and the influence of media and advertising on our lives. The Dirty South Dance print may feature Fairey's signature style, including bold colors, striking design elements, and a mix of typography and imagery. The piece may focus on the "Dirty South" music scene, which refers to a subgenre of hip-hop that originated in the southern United States, particularly in cities like Atlanta, Houston, and New Orleans. The artwork may attempt to capture the spirit of the music, its artists, and the culture surrounding it while also incorporating Fairey's sociopolitical messages. As a silkscreen print, the Dirty South Dance artwork would have been created using a stencil-based printmaking technique in which ink is pushed through a mesh screen to transfer the design onto paper or canvas. This process allows for the production of multiple copies, each considered an original print, and is a popular method for creating street art and posters. Collectors and fans of Shepard Fairey's work may be interested in acquiring the Dirty South Dance Silkscreen Print for its unique design and strong cultural commentary.

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