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Alec Monopoly (1986) - The Greatest Of All Time

Alec Monopoly (1986) - The Greatest Of All Time

The greatest of all time - by the famous street artist Alec Monopoly!

Giclée technique, series by the artist Alec Monopoly about the boxer Ali, this series is a limited edition of 150 copies.

Signed and numbered 139/150by the artists

With dimensions of 60x90 cm, it depicts one of the greatest boxers of all time: Mohammed Alì.

Alec Monopoly (American) is the alias of the anonymous Los Angeles-based graffiti artist, known for his subversive appropriation of iconic pop figures and signature depiction of the Monopoly board game mascot character. By combining elements of the game's characters with financially apocalyptic clippings from newspapers, the artist satirically blends Pop Art with cultural criticism and social commentary. Using the urban environments of New York City, Los Angeles, and London as his canvas, Monopoly exposes issues with bureaucratic hierarchies and the American collective consciousness.

Alec Monopoly belongs together with Martin Whatson, Sandra Chevrier, Pez, Nara, Pichiavo, Snik, Mr Brainwash, Mr Doodle, KAWS, Banksy, Invader, Obey, Shepard Fairey, Insane51, Daniel Arsham, Paul Insect, Stik, Fin DAC, Nick Smith to the most celebrated artists of our time.

Object Print
Artist Alec Monopoly (1986)
Title of artwork The Greatest Of All Time
Period 2010-present
Technique Giclée
Signature Hand signed
Edition 150
Total dimensions 60×90×0.01 cm
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