Miami, Meet Detroit: Library Street Collective’s Pop-Up at the Wynwood Walls
14 color screen print on 160lb Mohawk Superfine Bright White Paper. Artwork is in excellent condition. Certificate of Authenticity included. Additional images are available upon request.
Signature: Hand signed & numbered by the artist.
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.
American , b. 1980, Evanston, Illinois, based in Chicago, Illinois