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Faile - Hollywood Nights

€1.585,00

Since 1999, Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller have collaborated under the name FAILE (an anagram of “a life”) to create kinetic, image-saturated paintings, prints, sculptures, and installations. Their democratic street style features fragmented mash-ups of comic book and cartoon characters, advertising and propaganda slogans, bright patterns and colors, and historical and pop cultural references. 

Mr. Brainwash - Muhammed Ali

€3.195,00

Thierry Guetta (1966), also called Mr. Brainwash is known as one of the most talked-about street artists of the 21st century. Born and raised in Paris, but moved to Los Angeles in the 1980s to boost his career. It was his cousin and artist Space Invader who introduced him to the world of street art. From 2000 he was involved in filming street artists like Shepard Fairey, until he grew into an artist himself in the ten years that followed. What started with graffiti art on the street grew into sought-after works at leading trade fairs.

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Hebru Brantley - Little Big Head

€2.800,00€3.400,00

Hebru Brantley’s comic book–style mixed-media paintings center on two young protagonists: curious, empowered kids called FlyBoy and Lil Mama. Defining himself as an Afrofuturist, Brantley draws from a range of influences including Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Chicago’s AfriCOBRA collective, African American history, hip-hop, anime, manga, and his own experiences of African American and urban life in the United States. He participated in the 1990s graffiti scene, tagging trains, walls, and other city surfaces. 

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€1.400,00€1.525,00

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Hebru Brantley - Phibby

€1.400,00€1.525,00

Hebru Brantley’s comic book–style mixed-media paintings center on two young protagonists: curious, empowered kids called FlyBoy and Lil Mama. Defining himself as an Afrofuturist, Brantley draws from a range of influences including Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Chicago’s AfriCOBRA collective, African American history, hip-hop, anime, manga, and his own experiences of African American and urban life in the United States. He participated in the 1990s graffiti scene, tagging trains, walls, and other city surfaces. 

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€1.400,00€1.525,00

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Hebru Brantley - Smile

€1.400,00€1.525,00

Hebru Brantley’s comic book–style mixed-media paintings center on two young protagonists: curious, empowered kids called FlyBoy and Lil Mama. Defining himself as an Afrofuturist, Brantley draws from a range of influences including Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Chicago’s AfriCOBRA collective, African American history, hip-hop, anime, manga, and his own experiences of African American and urban life in the United States. He participated in the 1990s graffiti scene, tagging trains, walls, and other city surfaces. 

Pure Evil - Grace Jones

€495,00

Pure Evil is the moniker for Welsh born Street artist, Charles Uzzell-Edwards, who studied fashion and graphics in London. Moving to the West Coast of the US in the early 90’s, he found inspiration in the graffiti and skate culture and became heavily involved in the electronic music scene. Pure Evil’s first street works were in California, where he would paint anti Bush slogans on roadsides and Murderers on gun stores. Returning to London, his street work continued with a new graffiti tag that was to become his iconic signature. Pure Evil’s infamous Vampire Bunny is the result of a recurring childhood nightmare (nightmares also being a major theme in his work), after being forced to shoot a rabbit in the countryside as a child, he was plagued with image of the revenging rabbit coming to back to haunt him as a vampire in his dreams. The vampire bunny never left his conscious - and the bunny returned to haunt the walls of London and major international cities - having been developed as an easy to do graffiti tag so that Pure Evil could easily spray and run.

Pure Evil - Madonna

€495,00

Pure Evil is the moniker for Welsh born Street artist, Charles Uzzell-Edwards, who studied fashion and graphics in London. Moving to the West Coast of the US in the early 90’s, he found inspiration in the graffiti and skate culture and became heavily involved in the electronic music scene. Pure Evil’s first street works were in California, where he would paint anti Bush slogans on roadsides and Murderers on gun stores. Returning to London, his street work continued with a new graffiti tag that was to become his iconic signature. Pure Evil’s infamous Vampire Bunny is the result of a recurring childhood nightmare (nightmares also being a major theme in his work), after being forced to shoot a rabbit in the countryside as a child, he was plagued with image of the revenging rabbit coming to back to haunt him as a vampire in his dreams. The vampire bunny never left his conscious - and the bunny returned to haunt the walls of London and major international cities - having been developed as an easy to do graffiti tag so that Pure Evil could easily spray and run.

PREFAB77 - Fine Art Print

€375,00

 PREFAB77 a.k.a. Peter Manning is a UK based artist whos origins and influences are in England, California and New York. His early training as a printmaker and designer for Her Majesty in the British Army was fundamental in influencing his early Untied Kingdom subject matter, going on to New York to work in fashion and branding which influences his fascination with portraiture and the female form that is central to his imagery. 

PREFAB77 - Lick London

€375,00

 PREFAB77 a.k.a. Peter Manning is a UK based artist whos origins and influences are in England, California and New York. His early training as a printmaker and designer for Her Majesty in the British Army was fundamental in influencing his early Untied Kingdom subject matter, going on to New York to work in fashion and branding which influences his fascination with portraiture and the female form stems from this period and is central to his imagery. 

PREFAB77 - Lick Paris

€375,00

 PREFAB77 a.k.a. Peter Manning is a UK based artist whos origins and influences are in England, California and New York. His early training as a printmaker and designer for Her Majesty in the British Army was fundamental in influencing his early Untied Kingdom subject matter, going on to New York to work in fashion and branding which influences his fascination with portraiture and the female form stems from this period and is central to his imagery. 
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Sandra Chevrier – La Cage et le Pouvoir des Dieux

€1.500,00€1.750,00

Sandra Chevrier paints women’s faces, then paints snippets from famous comic books on top—always leaving the subjects’ fierce gazes uncovered. The hyperrealistic portraits explore notions of heroism, vulnerability, and gender expectations in American pop culture. Chevrier graduated with a BFA in visual and media arts from the University of Quebec in Montreal and has since exhibited in London, New York, Los Angeles, Montreal, and Berlin, among other cities. Chevrier has produced a number of public works and collaborated with clients including the Ultimate Fighting Championship, the LINE Hotel in Austin, and Palms Casino Resort. 

Mr. Brainwash - Handfinished Art Print

€2.825,00

Thierry Guetta (1966), also called Mr. Brainwash is known as one of the most talked-about street artists of the 21st century. Born and raised in Paris, but moved to Los Angeles in the 1980s to boost his career. It was his cousin and artist Space Invader who introduced him to the world of street art. From 2000 he was involved in filming street artists like Shepard Fairey, until he grew into an artist himself in the ten years that followed. What started with graffiti art on the street grew into sought-after works at leading trade fairs.

Seen - Dripping Canvas

€1.875,00

SEEN has come a long way since the 1970s, when he started spray-painting New York City subway cars with his bright block letters. Today, the Bronx-born street art legend, born Richard “Richie” Mirando, is considered the “Godfather of Graffiti.” In the 1980s, SEEN made his first moves from the street to the gallery; he showed alongside Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, and Jean-Michel Basquiat in the seminal “New York/New Wave” exhibition at MoMA PS1 in 1981. In the ensuing decades, SEEN has exhibited paintings in Paris, London, Berlin, New York, and other cities, and his work has sold for six figures on the secondary market. In addition to his bubble lettering, SEEN is also known for incorporating comic-book heroes and other cartoon characters into his compositions.

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€1.425,00€1.595,00

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Blek le Rat - Fine Art Print

€1.425,00€1.595,00

Pioneering French graffiti artist Blek Le Rat counts the infamous Banksy among his many admirers. Using stencils instead of stylized lettering for graffiti, Blek was one of the first true street artists. Originally known for stenciling a giant graphic image of a rat all over Paris, which to him symbolized both freedom and the dissemination of art through the city as if it were the plague, in recent years Blek’s work has become more political, focusing on the homeless, the environment, and other social causes.

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€1.075,00€1.195,00

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Blek le Rat - Fine Art Print

€1.075,00€1.195,00

Pioneering French graffiti artist Blek Le Rat counts the infamous Banksy among his many admirers. Using stencils instead of stylized lettering for graffiti, Blek was one of the first true street artists. Originally known for stenciling a giant graphic image of a rat all over Paris, which to him symbolized both freedom and the dissemination of art through the city as if it were the plague, in recent years Blek’s work has become more political, focusing on the homeless, the environment, and other social causes.

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