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Gajin Fujita

High Voltage Ii, 2011

Screenprint on paper
41 1/2 × 57 in
105.4 × 144.8 cm
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Signed and numbered in pencil lower right "Gajin PP 7/14" with Modern Multiples lower left
Gajin Fujita
American, b. 1972
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Gajin Fujita mixes references to traditional Japanese ukiyo-e woodcuts, contemporary manga, and other pop culture imagery in large-scale wood panel paintings. Head of the graffiti crew K2S (“Kill to Succeed”), Fujita was featured in MOCA’s “Art in the Streets” exhibition and continues to be an important presence in the LA street art community. Made with spray paint, metallic leafs, and Sharpie Mean Streak markers, his lively images often combine graffiti lettering with Japanese motifs such as samurais, geishas, dragons, tigers, and fish.

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Signed and numbered in pencil lower right "Gajin PP 7/14" with Modern Multiples lower left
Gajin Fujita
American, b. 1972
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Gajin Fujita mixes references to traditional Japanese ukiyo-e woodcuts, contemporary manga, and other pop culture imagery in large-scale wood panel paintings. Head of the graffiti crew K2S (“Kill to Succeed”), Fujita was featured in MOCA’s “Art in the Streets” exhibition and continues to be an important presence in the LA street art community. Made with spray paint, metallic leafs, and Sharpie Mean Streak markers, his lively images often combine graffiti lettering with Japanese motifs such as samurais, geishas, dragons, tigers, and fish.

Gajin Fujita

High Voltage Ii, 2011

Screenprint on paper
41 1/2 × 57 in
105.4 × 144.8 cm
Bidding closed
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