Purchase NYC Subway Map VII True Legend Archival Print by Cope2- Fernando Carlo Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Fine Art Paper Pop Artist Modern Artwork.
2023 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 35 Artwork Size 14x19 Archival Pigment Fine Art
"NYC Subway Map VII True Legend" stands as a vibrant testament to Cope2's, aka Fernando Carlo, influence and stature in the street art community. This limited-edition archival print is a confluence of the gritty energy of New York's underground scene and the refined technique of contemporary fine art. With only 35 signed and numbered pieces available, the artwork exudes exclusivity and significance. Measuring 14x19 inches, the piece is printed on 290gsm Moab Entrada fine art paper, renowned for its ability to present rich, accurate colors and to maintain the integrity of the original work for years to come. Cope2's dynamic piece pulses with the lifeblood of urban culture, a tribute to the artist's deep roots in the Bronx and the indelible mark he has left on the global graffiti landscape. The print is layered with his iconic bubble letters, wildstyle tags, and bold throw-ups that have become his signature. Embedded within the chaos of color and form is the NYC subway map, a nod to the artist's beginnings and the subway's role as the moving canvas of choice for early graffiti writers. It's here that Cope2 declares himself a "True Legend," a status earned through decades of contributing to the evolving language of street art. This piece, while celebratory, is also a dialogue with the viewer, challenging perceptions of what constitutes legitimate art. Cope2 brings the raw authenticity of the streets into a format traditionally associated with the art gallery, thereby erasing the boundaries between high art and street culture. Collectors of "NYC Subway Map VII True Legend" acquire more than just a piece of art; they are preserving a snapshot of a culture in constant motion, a culture that has sprawled from the subways of New York to capture the world's imagination. This print symbolizes the enduring legacy of street art and its unstoppable ascent into the art world's consciousness.