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Banksy - Trolley Hunters

€82.500,00

Perhaps the most famous figure in street art working today, Banksy is known for urban interventions that demonstrate irreverent wit and a biting political edge. Enhancing his mystique by maintaining an anonymous identity, the artist has modified street signs, illegally printed his own currency, and illicitly hung his own work in the Louvre and the Museum of Modern Art. 

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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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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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€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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Blek le Rat - Golden Rat

€675,00€750,00

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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€1.425,00€1.595,00

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Blek le Rat - Rope Pulling

€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.

Corneille - Abstract Figuration

€375,00

Born in Liège, Belgium, as Guillaume Cornelis Beverloo in 1922, as the child of Dutch parents. Died in 2010 in Auvers-sur-Oise, France. Education: Corneille courses at the Amsterdam Academy but was mainly self-taught. Corneille was one of the founders and one of the handy representatives of the Cobra movement. He was a prolific artist and has created an enormous amount of paintings, sculptures and graphics. Initially strongly influenced by Picasso, but later with the Cobra style characteristics that are well known to Corneille. Corneille has worked abstractly, but from about 1960 onwards he works figuratively with the famous birds, women and flowers as subject.

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. 

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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. 

JonOne - Screenprint

€1.395,00

Raised in Harlem during the heyday of graffiti art and hip-hop culture, JonOne creates art that reflect the culture of freestyle street art. Born John Andrew Perello, JonOne began tagging the streets of New York as a teenager in the early 1980s. 

Jorien Stel - Life is a Beach

€400,00

Jorien Stel creates surprising works of art that make you want to take a closer look. In her works you can always discover something new. From a distance it looks like a balanced composition, but up close you can see words, stories, and teasing little details. The materials Jorien uses for her paintings show an exciting mix of digital techniques combined with recycled magazine paper, leaf gold, and acrylic paint. Her paintings project strength, beauty, mystery and humor. The best thing about her art is that the words and shapes seamlessly blend into each other, support each other and stimulate thought, providing a truly inspiring experience. 

Jorien Stel - Stay Wild

€400,00

Jorien Stel creates surprising works of art that make you want to take a closer look. In her works you can always discover something new. From a distance it looks like a balanced composition, but up close you can see words, stories, and teasing little details. The materials Jorien uses for her paintings show an exciting mix of digital techniques combined with recycled magazine paper, leaf gold, and acrylic paint. Her paintings project strength, beauty, mystery and humor. The best thing about her art is that the words and shapes seamlessly blend into each other, support each other and stimulate thought, providing a truly inspiring experience. 

Karel Appel - Abstract Composition

€1.195,00

Animals were among Karel Appel’s most beloved subject matter, and the CoBrA artist depicted birds, dogs, snakes, caterpillars, fish, crocodiles, and elephants throughout his career. His favorite animals to paint were cats, which the artist vivaciously portrayed through wide, multi-hued brushstrokes that transformed the pet into abstract forms.

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