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streetartdirect. “The best of times” 🕺🏻from the older and very low edition  DabsMyla

“The best of times” 🕺🏻from the older and very low edition DabsMyla (Dabs and Myla) prints. We ❤️ DabsMyla and have been long time collectors and fans. We were very lucky recently purchasing an entire portfolio (yes we do that too) which included these gems. If you have not heard or are familiar with their works, check them out @DabsMyla‼️ . More about DabsMyla: an Australian husband and wife visual artists, DABSMYLA, employ a shared design language that dictates subject matter, positioning, color theory and perspective. With this established framework and unspoken set of rules- strengthened by over a decade of working together simultaneously - their singular goal is to tell an expansive story that is wholly unique to their own experiences. Panorama is of particular importance in DABSMYLA’s work. Micro points-of-view get referenced in larger scopes of vision – creating an interconnectedness amongst paintings both big and small. Much in the same way a person unlocks a greater eye-scope as they lessen the zoom on a camera, one gets the understanding that a solitary subject is in fact but a minuscule element that makes up larger and recurring motifs. There is nothing random or erroneous in DABSMYLA’s work; it’s planned and executed with the precision of a diamond heist and with the charm of a Technicolor world. DABSMYLA enhance their works with immersive environments that enhance the sense of whimsy and grandeur contained inside paintings, mixed media and sculpture. This milieu isn’t simply adornment, but rather the tangible foundation for which everything else stands upon. It’s this warmth and willingness to share which makes DABSMYLA’s art completely unique. Exploring tactile themes through sight, touch and sound, there are no boundaries so that the lines between real life and dreamscape are non-existent. . . . . . #StreetArt #popart #contemporaryart #urbanart #art #newyorkart #nycart #dabsmyla #dabs #myla #caliart #laart #newyorkcity #nyc #fineart #graffiti #nyart #nyartist #nycartist #sanfransisco #sanfranartists #streetartnyc #spraypaint #mixedmedia #streetartdirect

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streetartdirect. “Take me to the sea” 🌊 from the older and very low edition  DabsMyla

“Take me to the sea” 🌊 from the older and very low edition DabsMyla (Dabs and Myla) prints. We ❤️ DabsMyla and have been long time collectors and fans. We were very lucky recently purchasing an entire portfolio (yes we do that too) which included these gems. If you have not heard or are familiar with their works, check them out @DabsMyla‼️ . More about DabsMyla: an Australian husband and wife visual artists, DABSMYLA, employ a shared design language that dictates subject matter, positioning, color theory and perspective. With this established framework and unspoken set of rules- strengthened by over a decade of working together simultaneously - their singular goal is to tell an expansive story that is wholly unique to their own experiences. Panorama is of particular importance in DABSMYLA’s work. Micro points-of-view get referenced in larger scopes of vision – creating an interconnectedness amongst paintings both big and small. Much in the same way a person unlocks a greater eye-scope as they lessen the zoom on a camera, one gets the understanding that a solitary subject is in fact but a minuscule element that makes up larger and recurring motifs. There is nothing random or erroneous in DABSMYLA’s work; it’s planned and executed with the precision of a diamond heist and with the charm of a Technicolor world. DABSMYLA enhance their works with immersive environments that enhance the sense of whimsy and grandeur contained inside paintings, mixed media and sculpture. This milieu isn’t simply adornment, but rather the tangible foundation for which everything else stands upon. It’s this warmth and willingness to share which makes DABSMYLA’s art completely unique. Exploring tactile themes through sight, touch and sound, there are no boundaries so that the lines between real life and dreamscape are non-existent. . . . . . #StreetArt #popart #contemporaryart #urbanart #art #newyorkart #nycart #dabsmyla #dabs #myla #caliart #laart #newyorkcity #nyc #fineart #graffiti #nyart #nyartist #nycartist #sanfransisco #sanfranartists #streetartnyc #spraypaint #mixedmedia #streetartdirect

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streetartdirect. “Hello Kitty Can”  by DabsMyla (Dabs and Myla) prints. 
We ❤️ DabsMyla

“Hello Kitty Can” by DabsMyla (Dabs and Myla) prints. We ❤️ DabsMyla and have been long time collectors and fans. We were very lucky recently purchasing an entire portfolio (yes we do that too) which included these gems. If you have not heard or are familiar with their works, check them out @DabsMyla‼️ . More about DabsMyla: an Australian husband and wife visual artists, DABSMYLA, employ a shared design language that dictates subject matter, positioning, color theory and perspective. With this established framework and unspoken set of rules- strengthened by over a decade of working together simultaneously - their singular goal is to tell an expansive story that is wholly unique to their own experiences. Panorama is of particular importance in DABSMYLA’s work. Micro points-of-view get referenced in larger scopes of vision – creating an interconnectedness amongst paintings both big and small. Much in the same way a person unlocks a greater eye-scope as they lessen the zoom on a camera, one gets the understanding that a solitary subject is in fact but a minuscule element that makes up larger and recurring motifs. There is nothing random or erroneous in DABSMYLA’s work; it’s planned and executed with the precision of a diamond heist and with the charm of a Technicolor world. DABSMYLA enhance their works with immersive environments that enhance the sense of whimsy and grandeur contained inside paintings, mixed media and sculpture. This milieu isn’t simply adornment, but rather the tangible foundation for which everything else stands upon. It’s this warmth and willingness to share which makes DABSMYLA’s art completely unique. Exploring tactile themes through sight, touch and sound, there are no boundaries so that the lines between real life and dreamscape are non-existent. . . . . . #StreetArt #popart #contemporaryart #urbanart #art #newyorkart #nycart #dabsmyla #dabs #myla #caliart #laart #newyorkcity #nyc #fineart #graffiti #nyart #nyartist #nycartist #sanfransisco #sanfranartists #streetartnyc #spraypaint #sanrio #hellokitty #mixedmedia #hellokity #hellokittylover #streetartdirect

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streetartdirect. “I thought of this before”  from the older and very low edition  DabsM

“I thought of this before” from the older and very low edition DabsMyla (Dabs and Myla) prints. We ❤️ DabsMyla and have been long time collectors and fans. We were very lucky recently purchasing an entire portfolio (yes we do that too) which included these gems. If you have not heard or are familiar with their works, check them out @DabsMyla‼️ . More about DabsMyla: an Australian husband and wife visual artists, DABSMYLA, employ a shared design language that dictates subject matter, positioning, color theory and perspective. With this established framework and unspoken set of rules- strengthened by over a decade of working together simultaneously - their singular goal is to tell an expansive story that is wholly unique to their own experiences. Panorama is of particular importance in DABSMYLA’s work. Micro points-of-view get referenced in larger scopes of vision – creating an interconnectedness amongst paintings both big and small. Much in the same way a person unlocks a greater eye-scope as they lessen the zoom on a camera, one gets the understanding that a solitary subject is in fact but a minuscule element that makes up larger and recurring motifs. There is nothing random or erroneous in DABSMYLA’s work; it’s planned and executed with the precision of a diamond heist and with the charm of a Technicolor world. DABSMYLA enhance their works with immersive environments that enhance the sense of whimsy and grandeur contained inside paintings, mixed media and sculpture. This milieu isn’t simply adornment, but rather the tangible foundation for which everything else stands upon. It’s this warmth and willingness to share which makes DABSMYLA’s art completely unique. Exploring tactile themes through sight, touch and sound, there are no boundaries so that the lines between real life and dreamscape are non-existent. . . . . . #StreetArt #popart #contemporaryart #urbanart #art #newyorkart #nycart #dabsmyla #dabs #myla #caliart #laart #newyorkcity #nyc #fineart #graffiti #nyart #nyartist #nycartist #sanfransisco #sanfranartists #streetartnyc #spraypaint #mixedmedia #streetartdirect

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streetartdirect. “Little Volcano” 🌋 from the older and very low edition  DabsMyla (Dab

“Little Volcano” 🌋 from the older and very low edition DabsMyla (Dabs and Myla) prints. We ❤️ DabsMyla and have been long time collectors and fans. We were very lucky recently purchasing an entire portfolio (yes we do that too) which included these gems. If you have not heard or are familiar with their works, check them out @DabsMyla‼️ . More about DabsMyla: an Australian husband and wife visual artists, DABSMYLA, employ a shared design language that dictates subject matter, positioning, color theory and perspective. With this established framework and unspoken set of rules- strengthened by over a decade of working together simultaneously - their singular goal is to tell an expansive story that is wholly unique to their own experiences. Panorama is of particular importance in DABSMYLA’s work. Micro points-of-view get referenced in larger scopes of vision – creating an interconnectedness amongst paintings both big and small. Much in the same way a person unlocks a greater eye-scope as they lessen the zoom on a camera, one gets the understanding that a solitary subject is in fact but a minuscule element that makes up larger and recurring motifs. There is nothing random or erroneous in DABSMYLA’s work; it’s planned and executed with the precision of a diamond heist and with the charm of a Technicolor world. DABSMYLA enhance their works with immersive environments that enhance the sense of whimsy and grandeur contained inside paintings, mixed media and sculpture. This milieu isn’t simply adornment, but rather the tangible foundation for which everything else stands upon. It’s this warmth and willingness to share which makes DABSMYLA’s art completely unique. Exploring tactile themes through sight, touch and sound, there are no boundaries so that the lines between real life and dreamscape are non-existent. . . . . . #StreetArt #popart #contemporaryart #urbanart #art #newyorkart #nycart #dabsmyla #dabs #myla #caliart #laart #newyorkcity #nyc #fineart #graffiti #nyart #nyartist #nycartist #sanfransisco #sanfranartists #streetartnyc #spraypaint #mixedmedia #streetartdirect

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streetartdirect. “Buddy Moltov Original Spray on Paper” by two of our favorite humans @

“Buddy Moltov Original Spray on Paper” by two of our favorite humans @IcyandSot After an almost 5 year search #NotForSale . . More about ICY & SOT . Born in tabriz, Iran in 1985 and 1991 respectively, street art siblings ICY and SOT began making work under less than hospitable conditions. initially influenced by the graffiti and stencils in skateboarding films and video games, the pair soon began making their own distinctive mark on the walls of their native city. speed and discretion often go hand in hand with creating unauthorised artworks but this is especially true in tabriz, where an unsympathetic and intolerant legal system often hands out charges much more severe than those usually associated with vandalism. At home with the realities of state wide censorship and more than used to their artworks surviving for less than a few hours, political dissent and social protest is a vein that has run through the duo’s work since the beginning. in 2012, ICY and SOT took a solo exhibition of their work in new york as an opportunity to emigrate, leaving iran and relocating to the thriving brooklyn arts scene. since then, the duo’s work has gone from strength to strength, expanding into an ever more diverse number of mediums while retaining its rousing and defiant spirit of resistance through art. The inspiration comes from nature; it’s where we always find peace and inspiration. it’s so sad to see the planet crying now. there have been so many unusual natural disasters recently. we need to respect our planet now more than ever. we have destroyed so much of it already that we can’t repair or even stop. but we can give the planet a longer life, by caring more about it and doing something. the impact might be small but if all of us try we will have a better chance. . . . . . #icyandsot #art #nyc #artist #icy #sot #stencilart #bkartist #bkart #budweiser #fire #moltov #nycart #nycartist #stencil #fineart #streetart #contemporaryart #streetartbk #streetartnyc #photography

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streetartdirect. “Moltov Original Spray on Paper” by two of our favorite humans @Icyand

“Moltov Original Spray on Paper” by two of our favorite humans @IcyandSot After a near 4 year #NotForSale . . More about ICY & SOT: . Born in tabriz, Iran in 1985 and 1991 respectively, street art siblings ICY and SOT began making work under less than hospitable conditions. initially influenced by the graffiti and stencils in skateboarding films and video games, the pair soon began making their own distinctive mark on the walls of their native city. speed and discretion often go hand in hand with creating unauthorised artworks but this is especially true in tabriz, where an unsympathetic and intolerant legal system often hands out charges much more severe than those usually associated with vandalism. At home with the realities of state wide censorship and more than used to their artworks surviving for less than a few hours, political dissent and social protest is a vein that has run through the duo’s work since the beginning. in 2012, ICY and SOT took a solo exhibition of their work in new york as an opportunity to emigrate, leaving iran and relocating to the thriving brooklyn arts scene. since then, the duo’s work has gone from strength to strength, expanding into an ever more diverse number of mediums while retaining its rousing and defiant spirit of resistance through art. The inspiration comes from nature; it’s where we always find peace and inspiration. it’s so sad to see the planet crying now. there have been so many unusual natural disasters recently. we need to respect our planet now more than ever. we have destroyed so much of it already that we can’t repair or even stop. but we can give the planet a longer life, by caring more about it and doing something. the impact might be small but if all of us try we will have a better chance. . . . . . #icyandsot #art #nyc #artist #icy #sot #stencilart #bkartist #bkart #coke #cola #cocacola #cokecola #nycart #moltov #nycartist #stencil #fineart #streetart #contemporaryart #streetartbk #streetartnyc #photography

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streetartdirect. “Subway Rider” Another new addition of an original and authenticated J

“Subway Rider” Another new addition of an original and authenticated Jean Michel Basquiat work, circa 1977-1978. This charcoal on paper was done by JMB at 16-17 years old. One of the earliest originals known to exsist‼️ . As @albert_diaz1 said: "This is early Basquiat. Pre-fame, pre-Warhol, pre-dread locks, pre-crown, pre-skulls, pre-painted up Armani suits, pre- etc..." . . . . . #jeanmichelbasquiat #jeanmichel #jmb #contemporaryart #basquiat #contemporaryartist #wallporn #graff #graffiti #streetart #fineart #streetartnyc #contemporaryart #legend #urbanart #art #newyorkart #nycart #newyorkcity #nyc #expressionism #artist #graffitiart #streetartdirect

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streetartdirect. We specialize in #curios and #relics! Heres some new additions: 3 Orig

We specialize in #curios and #relics! Heres some new additions: 3 Original authenticated Jean Michel Basquiat works in progress, circa 1978. These 3 were done by JMB at 16-17 years old. Some of the earliest originals known to exsist‼️ . . . . . #jeanmichelbasquiat #jeanmichel #jmb #contemporaryart #basquiat #contemporaryartist #wallporn #graff #graffiti #streetart #fineart #streetartnyc #contemporaryart #legend #urbanart #art #newyorkart #nycart #newyorkcity #nyc #expressionism #artist #graffitiart #streetartdirect

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streetartdirect. Were always thrilled when our friends go the extra and give! @NickWalk

Were always thrilled when our friends go the extra and give! @NickWalker_Art . RepostBy @beautyforfreedom: "We are so excited to share our #ProjectGhana documentary artist series with you this week leading up to the exhibition and Press Preview this Friday Feb. 2nd at @theflatnyc. . This segment features BFF exhibiting artist @nickwalker_art He speaks about how art can empower and heal and his hopes for the child featured in his work Emmanuel. . . . Emmanuel wants to be a doctor when he grows up because (in his own words) "I don't want the people in Ghana to fall sick." . . . . . #streetart #streetartnyc #NickWalker #NickWalkerArt #NickWalkerNyc #bristol #vandel #contemporaryart #urbanart #art #spraypaint #vandal #vandalnyc #newyorkart #nycart #newyorkcity #fineart #graffiti #ghana #nyart #nyartist #nycartist #ukartist #humantrafficking #savelives #beautyforfreedom #brooklynartist #brooklynart #streetartnyc #streetartdirect

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streetartdirect. From our archive #Relic #NotForSale:
This is a massive original work o

From our archive #Relic #NotForSale: This is a massive original work on paper created by master screen printer Patrick McNeil of @FaileArt this rare solo piece was made back in 1999 or early 2000 while still in collage under the tutelage of Larry Toth (see Failes first book). This 1 off of the Challenger Space Shuttle signed Patrick McNeil (not Faile) was created just prior to the formation of Faile formerly A-Life. It later became one of Failes many iconic images and was released in a limited short run but a much smaller size and in a numbered edition. Making this possibly the most iconic Faile image and also relatable: is the continued use and tribute of the 1986 tragedy preserved permanently in the signing of each and every Faile work regardless if part of an edition, works on paper, or originals! . . On January 28, #1986, the NASA shuttle orbiter mission STS-51-L and the tenth flight of Space Shuttle Challenger (OV-99) broke apart 73 seconds into its flight, killing all seven crew members, which consisted of five NASA astronauts and two payload specialists. . . . . . #artwork #artist #streetart #astronaut #contemporaryart #faile #faileart #streetartnyc #nycartist #nycstreetart #streetartbk #bkstreetart #brooklyn #challenger #nasa #nasachallenger #space #patrickmcneil #shuttle #spaceshuttle #spacex #spaceship #brooklynartist #streetartdirect #NYC #ContemporaryArt #ModernArt

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streetartdirect. 'Lose Yourself'

A collab between @WRDSMTH & @IMALEXINC.

Via @wrdsmth

'Lose Yourself' A collab between @WRDSMTH & @IMALEXINC. Via @wrdsmth: “Been aiming to create this piece for a while. 'Lose Yourself' by @Eminem is a favorite song and I don't think there is a more memorable lyric in the track than the WRDs you see. Finally made the piece a reality last week with the help of @IMALEXINC. And, yes, that's real spaghetti dropped onto a 24"x30" canvas. #OhThereGoesGravity” . . . . . #momsspaghetti #art #artist #eminem #eminemfans #marshalmathers #raplyrics #looseyourself #streetartnyc #imalexinc #streetartny #streetart #wrdsmth #poet #detroit #8mile #typography #typewriterpoetry #typewriter #wordsmith #streetpoet #spaghetti #canvas #printmaking #LAartist #artwork #303

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streetartdirect. “I Dream In Technicolor” curated by @Whisbe featuring works by the inc

“I Dream In Technicolor” curated by @Whisbe featuring works by the incredibly talented @okudart @arthurbros @dain_nyc & @sopopomo . Just as composers understand that sound vibrations assembled in a certain order at certain pitches can evoke emotional reactions when heard, visual artists have known for centuries that presenting colors in certain arrangements can also evoke an emotional reaction when viewed. Color Theory as a study of the physical aspects of color, color mixing etc. can be seen documented going back to the early 1500's, but it wasn't until the 19th century that we really started looking at the physiological and perceptual responses to color. With the evolution of modern art through the 20th century, stylistic movements such as Fauvism, and the Color Field offshoot of Abstract Expressionism challenged and manipulated color theory with a more creative approach than the traditional 19th century scientific approach. Rothko in particular experimented with with huge areas of colored shapes that were displayed in dimly lit environments to create spiritual meditative environments, Fast forward to the 21st century, the influence of these legendary artists color experiments are now mainstream. We're bombarded with color as an attention grabbing media tool everywhere we look, by every advertiser fighting for our visual attention. "I Dream in Technicolor" consists of four artists that all cleverly use piercing, vivid colors and shapes, 2D and 3D, to transport the viewer into an almost surreal hypnotic technicolor environment, that enthralls and fascinates. All portray a unique new age visual experience that can't help but attract and hold your attention, not an easy exercise in a world where competition for our visual attention is at its toughest ever. . . . . . . #StreetArt #popart #contemporaryart #urbanart #art #newyorkart #nycart #dain #newyorkcity #nyc #fineart #graffiti #nyart #nyartist #nycartist #brooklynartist #brooklynart #dain_nyc #streetartnyc #spraypaint #mixedmedia #streetartdirect

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streetartdirect. “I Dream In Technicolor” curated by @Whisbe featuring works by the inc

“I Dream In Technicolor” curated by @Whisbe featuring works by the incredibly talented @okudart @arthurbros @dain_nyc & @sopopomo . Just as composers understand that sound vibrations assembled in a certain order at certain pitches can evoke emotional reactions when heard, visual artists have known for centuries that presenting colors in certain arrangements can also evoke an emotional reaction when viewed. Color Theory as a study of the physical aspects of color, color mixing etc. can be seen documented going back to the early 1500's, but it wasn't until the 19th century that we really started looking at the physiological and perceptual responses to color. With the evolution of modern art through the 20th century, stylistic movements such as Fauvism, and the Color Field offshoot of Abstract Expressionism challenged and manipulated color theory with a more creative approach than the traditional 19th century scientific approach. Rothko in particular experimented with with huge areas of colored shapes that were displayed in dimly lit environments to create spiritual meditative environments, Fast forward to the 21st century, the influence of these legendary artists color experiments are now mainstream. We're bombarded with color as an attention grabbing media tool everywhere we look, by every advertiser fighting for our visual attention. "I Dream in Technicolor" consists of four artists that all cleverly use piercing, vivid colors and shapes, 2D and 3D, to transport the viewer into an almost surreal hypnotic technicolor environment, that enthralls and fascinates. All portray a unique new age visual experience that can't help but attract and hold your attention, not an easy exercise in a world where competition for our visual attention is at its toughest ever. . . . . . . #StreetArt #popart #contemporaryart #urbanart #art #newyorkart #nycart #dain #newyorkcity #nyc #fineart #graffiti #nyart #nyartist #nycartist #brooklynartist #brooklynart #dain_nyc #streetartnyc #spraypaint #mixedmedia #streetartdirect

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streetartdirect. “I Dream In Technicolor” curated by @Whisbe featuring works by the inc

“I Dream In Technicolor” curated by @Whisbe featuring works by the incredibly talented @okudart @arthurbros @dain_nyc & @sopopomo . Just as composers understand that sound vibrations assembled in a certain order at certain pitches can evoke emotional reactions when heard, visual artists have known for centuries that presenting colors in certain arrangements can also evoke an emotional reaction when viewed. Color Theory as a study of the physical aspects of color, color mixing etc. can be seen documented going back to the early 1500's, but it wasn't until the 19th century that we really started looking at the physiological and perceptual responses to color. With the evolution of modern art through the 20th century, stylistic movements such as Fauvism, and the Color Field offshoot of Abstract Expressionism challenged and manipulated color theory with a more creative approach than the traditional 19th century scientific approach. Rothko in particular experimented with with huge areas of colored shapes that were displayed in dimly lit environments to create spiritual meditative environments, Fast forward to the 21st century, the influence of these legendary artists color experiments are now mainstream. We're bombarded with color as an attention grabbing media tool everywhere we look, by every advertiser fighting for our visual attention. "I Dream in Technicolor" consists of four artists that all cleverly use piercing, vivid colors and shapes, 2D and 3D, to transport the viewer into an almost surreal hypnotic technicolor environment, that enthralls and fascinates. All portray a unique new age visual experience that can't help but attract and hold your attention, not an easy exercise in a world where competition for our visual attention is at its toughest ever. . . . . . . #StreetArt #popart #contemporaryart #urbanart #art #newyorkart #nycart #dain #newyorkcity #nyc #fineart #graffiti #nyart #nyartist #nycartist #brooklynartist #brooklynart #dain_nyc #streetartnyc #spraypaint #mixedmedia #streetartdirect

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