Édition limitée de 115 exemplaires seulement (épuisée en quelques secondes). Numérotée et signée au crayon par Shepard Fairey et Hugh Holland. Stockée à plat avec le plus grand soin, à l'abri de la lumière, de la poussière, de la chaleur et de l'humidité. Envoi soigné avec assurance dans le tube protecteur d'origine. N'hésitez pas à me contacter par message si vous avez la moindre question.
As both an activity and culture, skateboarding blew the doors open for me to see how creativity, fearlessness, independence, and style could let me paint my own story. To paraphrase Charles Bukowski, everything, worth saying or doing, dull or dangerous, is better with style. I learned the importance of style from skateboarding but I apply style to my art and pretty much anything else I can. My friend Blaize Blouin, the only pro skater from Charleston, S.
Where I grew up, used to say "trendy tricks come and go, but the need for style is constant". When I picked up Hugh Holland's Silver Skate 70's book I was enthralled by all of the photos, but especially gripped by the shot of an unknown kid doing a stylish backside carve at the Kenter Canyon School banks in 1976. That backside carve photo viscerally reminded me what the essence of style in skateboarding looks like (and feels like). That kid could be doing a backside Smith grind on a half-pipe in the 80's or a backside Smith on a railing last week.My point is that style in skateboarding is timeless, and once you've learned it, or at least witnessed it, you always pay your proper respects. This letterpress print collaboration with Hugh Holland, called "Styles Change-Style Endures, " uses CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black) to represent the full spectrum and diversity of styles and flavors in the skaters palette that also opens minds for the possibilities in life. "Styles Change- Style Endures" is not just my way of paying my proper respects to style in skateboarding, but also paying my respects to authentic voices in skateboard culture who chronicle the past and the future.
Juice Magazine has been a voice for core skateboarding, music, and art for 25 years. They did their first feature on me in 1998 and we've worked together many times over the years. Juice is in financial distress and I want to help.
Proceeds from these prints will help Juice stay in biz, but they also have a GoFundMe you can support to keep them in print. Shepard Fairey (OBEY) - Styles Change Style Endures - Signed and numbered letterpress xx/115.
Original letterpress by Shepard Fairey based on an original photo by Hugh Holland. 14.5 x 19 inches. Numbered and signed by both Shepard Fairey and Hugh Holland.
Stored flat, safely protected from light, dust, heat and humidity. Please feel free to message me with any questions.Cet item est dans la catégorie "Art, antiquités\Art du XXe, contemporain\Estampes, gravures". Le vendeur est "arthur_art" et est localisé dans ce pays: FR.
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