Superb lithography, silkscreen printing front and back on Speckletone cream paper.
Banknote size: 87 x 145 mm.
Frame size: 130 x 180 x 20 mm
Lithograph by Shepard FAIREY (OBEY) representing a banknote. Both printed sides represent both sides of capitalism.
A very detailed work.
Artwork purchased from Shepard Fairey's official photographer, obtained from the artist at the exhibition at the Old Truman Brewery in London in 2007 (see last picture).
The banknote is framed in a 20 mm-thick magnetic acrylic block frame, which will allow you to display and admire both sides of the work.
Superb effect with this type of frame where the banknote seems to ‘float’.
Secure shipping with tracking number and insurance.
Because of the coronavirus crisis, the shipment of parcels may be delayed of a few days.
Shepard Fairey, Obey is one of the references of contemporary art and street art such as JonOne, Kaws, Chevrier, Seen, JR, Imbue, Peeta, Pantone, Okuda, Bordalo II, Banksy, Arsham, Keith Haring, Damien Hirst, Invader Futura, Jeff Koons, Dface.C215, Christian Guemy, Banksy, Rero, Jef Aérosol, JR, Swoon, Orlinksi, Speedy Graphito, Vhils, Ernest Pignon Ernest, Martin Whatson, Dran, Kaws, D Face, Sandra Chevrier, Os Gemeos, Gregos, EZK, Andy Warhol, Levalet, Pierre Soulages, Félix, M chat, Taki 183, Bom k, Picasso, Van gogh, Jean Michel Basquiat, Miss tic, insane 51, Pichi Avo, Pop Art, Graffiti, Goin, Onemizer, Seth, Brusk, John Perello, Monkey Bird, Miss Van, Philippe Pasqua, Peter Klasen, Robert Combas, Jmatos Crash, Salvador Dali, Jerome Mesnager, Speedy Graphito, L'atlas, Li Lihong, César Baldaccini, rsnt, Miro
- Shepard Fairey (OBEY)
- Title of artwork
- Two sides of capitalism
- Plate signed
- Limited edition
- Image size
- 87×145 mm
- Total dimensions
- 130×180×20 mm
- Sold with frame