Purchase Super Crash Bro- Black Gold Limited Edition Vinyl Art Toy Collectible Artwork by street graffiti artist Josh Divine.
2021 New In Box Limited Edition of 50 Vinyl Designer Mario Art Toy Artwork Size 4x9.5 From artist Josh Divine comes the latest in the fantastic Crash series.
The "Super Crash Bro- Black Gold Limited Edition" vinyl art toy is a captivating creation from the mind of Josh Divine, a street graffiti artist known for his innovative contributions to street pop art. Launched in 2021, this collectible is part of a highly coveted limited edition series, with only 50 pieces available, each presented new in the box to maintain its pristine condition. Standing at 9.5 inches, this artwork continues Divine's acclaimed Crash series, which cleverly reinterprets iconic characters from popular culture through a street art lens. With this edition, Divine takes on the iconic figure of Mario, transforming the familiar gaming hero into a striking visual statement. The "Super Crash Bro" piece is defined by its contrasting color palette. It features a sleek black juxtaposed with luxurious gold accents, giving the figure a sense of elegance and gravity. This contrast is not merely aesthetic but serves to evoke a dialogue on the dualities present in pop culture — the heroic and the fallible, the vibrant and the dark. The vinyl material chosen for this artwork symbolizes the urban art movement, which often utilizes accessible mediums to bring art out of galleries and into more public spaces. Divine's work reflects the ethos of street pop art by combining the mass-produced, commercial nature of vinyl toys with the unique, handcrafted quality of limited-edition collectibles. In the broader context of street pop art and graffiti artwork, the "Super Crash Bro- Black Gold Limited Edition" is a commentary on the intersection of consumerism, technology, and mythology in modern culture. Divine's interpretation of Mario, placed in a prone position, invites viewers to reflect on the implications of our digital heroes' omnipresence in our lives and their influence on our cultural landscape. This piece is a testament to the power of street art to transform the symbols of popular culture into vehicles for deeper reflection on the world around us.