Riot & Reason Archival Pigment Print

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Purchase Riot & Reason Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Dave Kinsey graffiti street artist modern pop art.


"This piece was created in 2011 using a mix of acrylic, spray enamel and collage on canvas. I created this piece for an art fair in Los Angeles. It wasn’t part of a series, but a lot of my work is based on political, social or environmental upheaval so it does fall into that context.I came up with the idea for this piece during the UK riots in 2011 that took place after the shooting death of Mark Duggan by police there. After looking at tons of images online, I noticed a commonality in the pictures; a linear perspective that was being cast from all the lines painted in the streets intended for pedestrians and traffic. I began to see these angles and lines as metaphors for control, which in this state of chaos became a contradicting element. I used this notion to create tension in Riot & Reason." - Dave Kinsey

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  • Artwork: Riot & Reason Archival Pigment Print
  • Dave Kinsey
  • Size: 22x29
  • Year: 2014
  • Edition of: 100
    • Archival Pigment Print on 310gsm Fine Art Paper
    • Not Framed
    • Signed: Yes
    • Colors: Teal, Yellow, Blue

    Artwork Description

    Purchase Riot & Reason Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Dave Kinsey graffiti street artist modern pop art.


    "This piece was created in 2011 using a mix of acrylic, spray enamel and collage on canvas. I created this piece for an art fair in Los Angeles. It wasn’t part of a series, but a lot of my work is based on political, social or environmental upheaval so it does fall into that context.I came up with the idea for this piece during the UK riots in 2011 that took place after the shooting death of Mark Duggan by police there. After looking at tons of images online, I noticed a commonality in the pictures; a linear perspective that was being cast from all the lines painted in the streets intended for pedestrians and traffic. I began to see these angles and lines as metaphors for control, which in this state of chaos became a contradicting element. I used this notion to create tension in Riot & Reason." - Dave Kinsey

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