Contemporary Street Art

From Jean-Michel Basquiat to Shepard Fairey, street artists are known for their creative expressions of rebellion. Keith Haring famously turned the New York City subway system into his canvas, KAWS broke into telephone booths and graffitied their advertising panels, and Banksy played a trick on the art world when he shredded his million-dollar canvas Girl With Balloon (2006) after it sold at auction. Today, there are more ways than ever to bring the defiant style of street art into the home, from salvaged graffitied walls from the 1980s to just-released print editions by emerging talent.

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