Purchase MIA 400%- Tan BE@RBRICK Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Urban Collectable Art Figures by Lisa Larson.
2017 Oiut of Print Limited Edition Designer Be@rbrick Art Toy Artwork Size 5x11 New In Box.
The MIA 400% - Tan BE@RBRICK, a limited edition vinyl art toy, exemplifies the unique intersection where high art meets urban vinyl culture. Created by Lisa Larson, a renowned Swedish ceramicist whose work has garnered international acclaim, this particular piece adds a distinctive Scandinavian flair to the BE@RBRICK series, known for its collectible toys that often serve as a canvas for artists, designers, and brands. Larson, celebrated for her stylized animal figures, infuses her characteristic charm into this piece, distinguishing it from its counterparts. Released in 2017, the MIA BE@RBRICK reflects a trend in the art toy movement, wherein objects of play transcend into coveted art pieces. Standing 5x11 inches, this art toy's design echoes Larson's iconic mid-century modern ceramics, merging playful aesthetics with profound design principles. The tan-striped bear, with its endearing expression and simple yet evocative stripes, commands attention and evokes a sense of nostalgia, resonating with collectors and enthusiasts of both art and designer toys. As a collectible, the MIA 400% Tan BE@RBRICK not only represents a piece of Lisa Larson’s artistic legacy but also serves as a snapshot of pop culture and contemporary art. Its existence as a limited edition piece further amplifies its desirability and value within the market of urban collectible art figures. Coming new in box, it encapsulates the spirit of the urban art scene, mirroring the fleeting nature of street art and graffiti — once it's gone, it’s gone, leaving only its mark in the annals of art history. The figure stands as a testament to the transient nature of art, where the once commonplace becomes rare, and the mundane transforms into the extraordinary. Such pieces have become integral in the dialogue of what constitutes modern art, challenging traditional boundaries and mediums and asserting themselves as a form of cultural expression that captures the dynamic essence of urban life and creativity.