1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "urban art"

  2. How about a coffee break?

    Starbucks Spray by Mr. Brainwash

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  3. Romance in the 21st century..?

    Pictured: Everything Is Shit Except You Love, 2011 by Stephen Powers

    • 1 month ago, 
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  4. Valued at $20-30 million, this 1981 masterpiece by Jean-Michel Basquiat, from the Reiner Family Collection, will be on offer at the post-war and contemporary evening auction at Christie’s on May 13. 

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  5. The mysterious street artist Banksy has revealed a new version of his iconic Balloon Girl to commemorate the third anniversary of the ongoing Syrian conflict. The stencil, redesigned so that the child now wears a headscarf, will be displayed on March 13 at #WithSyria vigils held around the world.

    • 4 months ago, 
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  6. I don’t think about art when I’m working. I try to think about life.

    Jean-Michel Basquiat

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  7. Banksy gives us a visual of how love hurts. 

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  8. "I don’t think about art while I work. I try to think about life." - Jean-Michel Basquiat 

    More by Basquiat

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  9. Created in 1983, this work is instantly recognizable as the work of iconic artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, who rose to fame in the New York City art scene of the 1980s. 

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  10. Urban Art

    From iconic works by Jean-Michel Basquiat to selection of very early KAWS, click through to browse Urban Art favorites on artnet Auctions! 

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  11. Over the holidays, we escaped the east coast’s freezing temperatures for some LA sunshine - and a look at some of their many fantastic art galleries. 

    If you’re in Los Angeles, take some time to visit Artspace Warehouse end enjoy guilt-free international Urban, Pop, Graffiti, and Abstract Art. The gallery is unintimidating and gives a new meaning to shopping for museum quality art within one’s budget.

    • 6 months ago, 
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  12. Haring

    After being diagnosed with AIDS in the late 1980s, Keith Haring became a vocal member of activist group ACT UP, which used the pink triangle as its logo. Published by the Outreach Fund for AIDS in 1989, this screenprint features Haring’s iconic “Radiant Child” figures mimicking the “see no evil, hear no evil, say no evil” pose. 

    • 8 months ago, 
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  13. NYC Tribute

    A collaboration between three legendary Bronx-born graffiti artists, NYC Tribute features the tags of Cope2, CES, and TKid. Each artist is known for having highly unique styles, but for this collaboration they brought the similar aspects of their individual styles to the forefront. 

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    • 10 months ago, 
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  14. Whiskey, Tango, Foxtrot ..

    • 11 months ago, 
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  15. Haring’s Rice Bowls

    Keith Haring created these two rice bowls in Tokyo for the opening of his Tokyo-based Pop Shop, which was open for only one year in 1987. Haring writes about the creation process at length in his journal on October 27, 1987: "Some I did with figurative patterns that made the rice bowls look more African or Indian than Japanese, and some I did with real simple fish paintings. The more I painted, the more ‘into it’ I got, the less I wanted to leave…"

    • 11 months ago, 
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  16. Basquiat & Haring

    Artist Shepard Fairey's portrayed two icons of the Urban art scene: Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring. 

    • 1 year ago, 
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