Pumpkin (Yellow And Black)

Yayoi Kusama

Hand painted resin


4 x 3 x 3 inches

Pumpkins and polkadots are one of Kusama’s most recognized motifs, formally engrained in her practice in the 1980’s and 90’s, and continue on today. Kusama says she is drawn to the pumpkins form, because of its, “charming and winsome form, their generous unpretentiousness and solid spiritual base.” This miniature resin pumpkin is scaled down edition […]

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Louis Vuitton Eyelove Superflat (White)

Takashi Murikami



23 3/4 x 23 3/4 inches

Takashi Murikami is an artist who draws on traditional Japanese and popular culture, creating paintings, films and sculptures, his work embodies, pop culture, history and fine art. Directly influenced by the Pop Art movement he appropriates commercial and popular images into high-quality pieces of fine art. He is the founder of the postmodern art movement […]

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Walking In The Rain Seoul

Julian Opie

Screenprint on Somerset 600 gsm paper, edition of 50


59 x 86 inches

Opie has a clear visual language and is known for his distinct graphic style, with clean lines and bold composition and colour. He uses a mix of Pop, Urban and Cartoon aesthetic, and employs a number of influences, mediums and technologies to create his work.  Spanning from classical English and Dutch portraiture, Pop Art, in […]

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Stay Steady


Screenprint on paper, edition of 250


29 1/4 x 33 1/2 inches

KAWS is a graffiti artist, illustrator, painter, sculptor, product designer, and toymaker. His early career as a street artist, informed his style particularly when he began replacing advertisements with his own with acrylic paintings in the early 1990s. Since then KAWS has embraced the accessible mass media influence of the Pop Art Movement and the commercialist […]

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Pinnochio & Jiminy Cricket


Cast vinyl, open edition


10 x 5 inches

Brian Donnelly, better known as KAWS, graduated with a BFA in illustration from the School of Visual Arts in New York. After graduating from college in 1996, he worked for Disney as a freelance animator. While living in Jersey City, KAWS began his career as a street artist, taking advertisements from bus shelters, phone booth and billboards, […]

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Very Little Helps


Four colour screenprint, edition 204/ 299


19 x 14 inches

Masked behind a concealed Identity, the artist known as Banksy made it on the 2010 Time magazine List of the world’s 100 most influential people, he found himself listed beside, Barack Obama, Lady Gaga, and Steve Jobs.  When asked for a portrait by Time Magazine he sent in a photograph of himself with a paper […]

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Companion #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6


Cast vinyl, open edition


Each 11 x 5 x 3 inches

KAWS’s work is a blend of illustration, pop culture, and contemporary art. He has a particular interest in mass media, fashion and commercial products, and has designed toys and clothing for well-known companies such as Original Fake, Undercover, Nike, Vans, and Comme des Garcons. In  2006, KAWS partnered with toy company Medicom Toy (Makers of […]

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Le Grand Bain

Speedy Graphito

Acrylic on canvas


63 x 55 inches

Olivier Rizzo, known under his artist name Speedy Graphito, is one of forerunners of the French Street art movement. His influences have been artists like Magritte, Lichtenstein, and Warhol. Blending art history, consumerism and popular culture whilst using different styles, eras, techniques, and motifs, he presents canvases filled with the iconography of animated characters and […]

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Mickey Mouse

Damien Hirst

Silkscreen print with glaze, edition 91/ 250


60 x 48 inches

In 2009, Damien Hirst was invited by Disney to create an artwork inspired by Mickey Mouse using his own visual vernacular. Hirst created a playful reinterpretation using his signature spot paintings.  Using Disney’s original composition, profile and bold colours, Hirst transforms the Disney character using his own instantly recognisable painterly language.  The painting was auctioned at […]

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Rainbow In The Dark

Zach Reini

Latex, cut canvas


18 x 18 inches

Zach Reini is a contemporary painter and sculptor who lives and works in Denver, Colorado. He received his BFA from the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in 2012. Reini’s work has clear connections to the original Pop Art style. He recycles cultural and commercial symbols, that he then abstracts in a new way, […]

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