Purchase Yogi on Xanax- Black 7-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Mohawk Superfine UltraWhite Paper by Ben Frost Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist.
Ben Frost Yogi on Xanax, 2022 7-color Hand-Pulled Screen Print on Mohawk Superfine UltraWhite, 160 lb Cover 24 x24 in., 61 x 61 cm Edition of 25, signed & numbered by the artist Printed by POP!NK Editions
Ben Frost, an acclaimed artist in the world of street and pop art, has been known to fuse iconic pop culture elements with provocative themes. His "Yogi on Xanax" from 2022 is a testament to this unique style. This vibrant work juxtaposes the beloved animated character Yogi Bear with the stark pharmaceutical labeling of Xanax, a medication typically prescribed for anxiety and panic disorders. Through this unexpected combination, Frost comments on the juxtaposition of innocence with the pervasive influence of pharmaceuticals in modern society. This artwork is a 7-color hand-pulled screen print crafted meticulously on Mohawk Superfine UltraWhite paper, a high-quality medium known for its durability and pristine finish. Weighing 160 lb, this cover-grade paper enhances the vibrancy of the print, making each color pop and ensuring longevity for art collectors. Measuring 24 x 24 inches (or 61 x 61 cm), it strikes a balance between statement piece and versatile decor item. What makes this piece particularly special for collectors and enthusiasts alike is its exclusivity. Limited to an edition of just 25, each print is individually signed and numbered by Ben Frost himself, adding an extra layer of authenticity and value. Furthermore, the print's creation was overseen by POP!NK Editions, a reputed establishment in the art world renowned for their expertise in producing high-quality prints. Within the broader context of pop art, street art, and graffiti art, this piece encapsulates the essence of contemporary societal issues. Frost's daring integration of childhood nostalgia with the very adult reality of medication underscores the complexities of modern life, evoking introspection and conversation. It's a prime example of how art can powerfully communicate messages, while also being aesthetically captivating.