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Graffiti Homage in Blue - Contemporary Urban Wall Art, Abstract Spray Can Art on Acrylic Graffiti Homage in Blue - Contemporary Urban Wall Art, Abstract Spray Can Art on Acrylic
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Product description: A fading street light illuminates a dated industrial structure. I’ve seen it before. Obscenities. Arbitrations for Diplomacy. Crude effigies. Unbridled virtuosity. Until that moment, I’d not considered the insight proffered. The message was clear. Wisdom. Emancipation. Reason. I found enlightenment in its decree. The medium of the streets. On mail boxes, abandoned buildings, and train cars. We’re never sure exactly what we’ll see, but we find it difficult to forget. Graffiti with substance. Include this blue urban style metal wall art from modern Australian artist Mendo Vasilevski in your decor. It is a contemporary homage to industrial graffiti and abstract street art, particularly, the essential tool in its creation: The Can of Spray Paint.
 
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Graffiti Homage in Blue - Contemporary Urban Wall Art, Abstract Spray Can Art on Acrylic

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  • Shipping: $19.00
  • Product ID#: 209158
  • Dimensions: 48" width x19" height x.5" depth
  • Weight: 7 lbs
  • Materials: Acrylic, Acrylic
  • Colors: Black, Blue, White

Artwork Description: A fading street light illuminates a dated industrial structure. I’ve seen it before. Obscenities. Arbitrations for Diplomacy. Crude effigies. Unbridled virtuosity. Until that moment, I’d not considered the insight proffered. The message was clear. Wisdom. Emancipation. Reason. I found enlightenment in its decree. The medium of the streets. On mail boxes, abandoned buildings, and train cars. We’re never sure exactly what we’ll see, but we find it difficult to forget. Graffiti with substance. Include this blue urban style metal wall art from modern Australian artist Mendo Vasilevski in your decor. It is a contemporary homage to industrial graffiti and abstract street art, particularly, the essential tool in its creation: The Can of Spray Paint.

Contemporary Metal Artist namely cutting, bending and grinding patterns. Early Days as a Metal Artist - Shortly after this initial experimentation Nicholas built a custom triptych of ultra-modern heavily ground aluminum panels as a decorative display in his own home. His friends and relatives marveled at the minimalist appearance and uniqueness of the metal display. In his spare time he built several more wall hanging modern metal sculptures, which eventually led to the development of his present artistic abilities. As he continued to create wall sculptures he also experimented with free-standing sculptures...read more