POSE, ‘Mirror (HPM) ’, 2016, Painting, Spray Paint, Acrylic, Paper on Claybord Panel, BEYOND THE STREETS
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Mirror (HPM) , 2016

Spray Paint, Acrylic, Paper on Claybord Panel
30 × 24 × 2 in
76.2 × 61 × 5.1 cm
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Los Angeles
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BEYOND THE STREETS
Los Angeles

Hand Painted Multiple - Orange Edition #1 of 6

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POSE
American, b. 1980
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Jordan Nickel, aka POSE, began making graffiti in 1992. In the years since then, he has expanded his vigorous career to include gallery shows of his mixed-media paintings and works on paper, trips around the world to tag with other graffiti artists, and the cofounding of a creative agency, We Are Supervision, that focuses on large-scale, hand-painted signs and murals. “I’m stoked man, every day is like a freebie right now,” he once said about his career. Inspired by the streets, fellow graffiti artists, cartoons, and pop art, his compositions—whether on a wall or on canvas—burst with bright color, energy, and a pileup of fragmented, overlapping images. Humor meets violence in POSE’s works, which may contain references to crime, cops, and destruction next to images of bananas, melting ice-cream cones, or open sardine tins.

POSE, ‘Mirror (HPM) ’, 2016, Painting, Spray Paint, Acrylic, Paper on Claybord Panel, BEYOND THE STREETS
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BEYOND THE STREETS
Los Angeles

Hand Painted Multiple - Orange Edition #1 of 6

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POSE
American, b. 1980
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Jordan Nickel, aka POSE, began making graffiti in 1992. In the years since then, he has expanded his vigorous career to include gallery shows of his mixed-media paintings and works on paper, trips around the world to tag with other graffiti artists, and the cofounding of a creative agency, We Are Supervision, that focuses on large-scale, hand-painted signs and murals. “I’m stoked man, every day is like a freebie right now,” he once said about his career. Inspired by the streets, fellow graffiti artists, cartoons, and pop art, his compositions—whether on a wall or on canvas—burst with bright color, energy, and a pileup of fragmented, overlapping images. Humor meets violence in POSE’s works, which may contain references to crime, cops, and destruction next to images of bananas, melting ice-cream cones, or open sardine tins.

POSE

Mirror (HPM) , 2016

Spray Paint, Acrylic, Paper on Claybord Panel
30 × 24 × 2 in
76.2 × 61 × 5.1 cm
Sold
Location
Los Angeles
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