Purchase Pandemonium Silkscreen Print by TOMO77 x Shepard Fairey- OBEY Hand-Pulled on Cream Speckletone Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Artwork Obey Pop Culture Artist.
2021 Signed by TOMO77 & Shepard Fairey & Numbered Limited Edition of 300 Artwork Size 18x24 Silkscreen Print
"TOMO77 has documented a period marked by isolation and confusion, from the earliest anxious days of the pandemic through more than a year of political and social unrest. Amid this graphic testimony of uncertainty, uproar, and division, TOMO77 leaves us with one question: Where do we want to go from here?" -Shepard Fairey- OBEY.
The collaborative work of TOMO77 and Shepard Fairey in the "Pandemonium" silkscreen print profoundly represents the tumultuous period that marked the early 2020s. This limited edition piece, hand-pulled with four colors on cream speckletone fine art paper, stands as a cultural artifact, encapsulating the essence of street pop art and graffiti artwork. Signed by both TOMO77 and Shepard Fairey, the artwork is part of a limited run of 300, each piece numbered, indicating its value and scarcity. The artwork's dimensions, 18x24 inches, provide a substantial canvas for the intricate designs and stark contrasts that have become hallmarks of both artists. TOMO77's contribution to this piece is particularly poignant, as his work often grapples with themes of human behavior, social upheaval, and the influence of capitalism, especially within the context of an immigrant lens. The "Pandemonium" print reflects these themes, addressing the global disarray and introspection during significant societal and political unrest. Shepard Fairey's partnership with TOMO77 on this project enhances the narrative potency of the piece, as Fairey's legacy in street art and activism art adds depth to the print's conceptual framework. Through their combined efforts, "Pandemonium" becomes more than just an artwork; it is a visual question posed to the audience, challenging them to consider the direction of human progress in times of crisis. The print represents the artist's technical prowess and commitment to using art for reflection and potential change.