Light Blue Movers (1987) Jean-Michel Basquiat Set of 4

$1,500 USD

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About Jean-Michel Basquiat – Skateboard Decks – Set of 4 – Light Blue Movers (1987)

Jean-Michel Basquiat’s work Light blue movers (1987) is featured on this set of four skateboard decks. This exclusive and limited edition of skateboard decks invites contemporary artists to interpret skate culture by creating art on skateboards. The project mixes the energies of underground culture and legendary artists, creating an interaction between two art forms. It also supports non-profit projects that empower children through skateboarding and art, linking art to a good cause! More details Jean-Michel Basquiat – Skateboard Decks – Set of 4 – Light Blue Movers (1987);

  • Dimensions (Individual Decks): 31″ h x 8″ w
  • Material: 7-ply Canadian Maple Wood
  • Signature stamp Skateroom
  • Wheels and trucks are not included
  • Each deck comes with a fixture – ready to be mounted on your wall!
  • Original Artwork: Basquiat, Jean Michel.Light Blue Movers(1987). Acrylic & Oil Stick on Canvas. 223.5 x 228.5 cm.
  • © The Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat.

About Jean-Michel Basquiat

Jean-Michel Basquiat emerged from the “Punk” scene in New York as a gritty, street-smart graffiti artist who successfully crossed over from his “downtown” origins to the international art gallery circuit. In a few fast-paced years, Basquiat swiftly rose to become one of the most celebrated, and possibly most commercially exploited American “naif” painters of the widely celebrated Neo-Expressionism art movement. Despite his work’s “unstudied” appearance, Basquiat very skillfully and purposefully brought together in his art a host of disparate traditions, practices, and styles to create a unique kind of visual collage, one deriving, in part, from his urban origins, and in another a more distant, African-Caribbean heritage. These Skateboard decks are an exclusive collaboration with the Estate Jean-Michel Basquiat, features one of the artist’s iconic paintings from the early eighties “Light blue movers”.

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