Purchase Noise & Lies- Cream 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Speckletone Art Paper by Shepard Fairey Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist.
2018 Signed & Numbered, Noise & Lies (Cream) Screen Print 18 x 24 inches Edition of 325 January 31, 2018 Gimmie Some Truth, Reject These Damaged Goods
The realm of street art has been consistently energized by the compelling work of Shepard Fairey, a renowned artist best known for his iconic OBEY campaign and the Obama "Hope" poster. One of his works that significantly punctuates his unique style and pervasive influence is the "Noise & Lies- Cream 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print." The piece, produced on Fine Speckletone Art Paper, stands out as an exclusive demonstration of Fairey's expertise in producing rare street and pop art. Produced on January 31, 2018, this artwork not only exhibits the vibrant culture of street art but also serves as a reflective commentary on socio-political dynamics. This 18 x 24 inches silkscreen print, limited to an edition of 325, is adorned with Shepard Fairey's autograph, a mark of its authenticity and distinct value. Significantly, the phrases "Gimmie Some Truth, Reject These Damaged Goods" incorporated into the art piece amplify its critique of societal falsehoods and consumerist mentality, thereby echoing Fairey's counter-culture narrative. The artwork's cream-toned backdrop paired with Fairey's signature 2-color hand-pulled silkscreen print technique creates an enthralling contrast, enhancing the visual appeal of the art piece. This nuanced blend of color and texture is a testament to Fairey's mastery over his craft and his ability to communicate potent messages through his art. This composition, coupled with Fairey's renowned reputation in the realms of pop, street, and graffiti art, adds to the artwork's desirability and significance. In essence, "Noise & Lies- Cream 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print" by Shepard Fairey represents more than just an art piece. It embodies Fairey's distinct style, socio-political commentary, and his unparalleled contribution to the world of street and pop art, making it an invaluable piece in the domain of contemporary art.