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Lady Pink | Blue Boy

Lady Pink is a celebrated artist known for her pioneering role in the graffiti and street art movement of New York City during the late 1970s and early 1980s. Her work often explores themes of feminism, social justice, and love, using vibrant colors and detailed narratives that bridge the gap between street art and fine art.

"Blue Boy," is part of her oeuvre, continuing in the vein of Lady Pink's characteristic style—melding graffiti's boldness and street art's accessibility with the depth and complexity of gallery-worthy pieces. Her art features strong, empowering imagery, often with a nod to her roots in graffiti culture, and "Blue Boy" incorporates elements reflective of personal identity, cultural commentary, or homage to art history, possibly reinterpreting traditional themes with her unique perspective.

Giclee print on heavy paper by Lady Pink

Framed Dimensions: 19.12 x 19.12 in

Artist: Lady Pink
Year: 2005
Medium: Giclee print on heavy paper
17.0" x 17.0"