Curtis Kulig, ‘Untitled’, 2013, Independent Curators International (ICI) Benefit Auction
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Curtis Kulig

Untitled, 2013

Acrylic on canvas
24 × 24 in
61 × 61 cm
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About the work

Kulig is best known for his iconic campaign featuring the words “Love Me” in mixed-media cursive, …

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Curtis Kulig
American, b. 1981
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Curtis Kulig is best known for his signature “Love Me” image—a now-iconic cursive phrase that has appeared on countless buildings around the world. Kulig’s “Love Me” campaign began around 2005 as the spray-painted moniker graffitied throughout New York, Los Angeles, London, Tokyo, and Berlin became increasingly ubiquitous. It has since become a well-known tag, which Kulig has transformed into an array of media. From rendering the phrase in steel to painting it on canvas and illuminating it through neon signs, Curtis has had the opportunity to collaborate with such high-profile brands as Nike, Converse, and Uniqlo. In addition to his street art, Kulig is also a painter and sculptor whose mixed-media works go far beyond the “Love Me” campaign. Recent works include a suite of stoneware boxing gloves and his “Accuracy” series: a suite of acrylic targets that often look as if they’ve been shot.

Curtis Kulig, ‘Untitled’, 2013, Independent Curators International (ICI) Benefit Auction
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About the work

Kulig is best known for his iconic campaign featuring the words “Love Me” in mixed-media cursive, spray-painted onto the streets and rooftops of New York, Los Angeles, Paris, and Tokyo, and produced in the form of prints, canvases, and stickers.

Independent Curators International (ICI) Benefit Auction
Medium
Painting
Image rights
Courtesy of the artist
Curtis Kulig
American, b. 1981
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Curtis Kulig is best known for his signature “Love Me” image—a now-iconic cursive phrase that has appeared on countless buildings around the world. Kulig’s “Love Me” campaign began around 2005 as the spray-painted moniker graffitied throughout New York, Los Angeles, London, Tokyo, and Berlin became increasingly ubiquitous. It has since become a well-known tag, which Kulig has transformed into an array of media. From rendering the phrase in steel to painting it on canvas and illuminating it through neon signs, Curtis has had the opportunity to collaborate with such high-profile brands as Nike, Converse, and Uniqlo. In addition to his street art, Kulig is also a painter and sculptor whose mixed-media works go far beyond the “Love Me” campaign. Recent works include a suite of stoneware boxing gloves and his “Accuracy” series: a suite of acrylic targets that often look as if they’ve been shot.

Curtis Kulig

Untitled, 2013

Acrylic on canvas
24 × 24 in
61 × 61 cm
Bidding closed
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