Purchase 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.