Presenting "Burmese Monk," a powerful and thought-provoking piece by the influential street artist Shepard Fairey. Renowned for his ability to blend art with social commentary, Fairey's "Burmese Monk" is a striking testament to his commitment to addressing global issues through his distinctive visual style.
"Burmese Monk" captures the essence of peaceful protest and the enduring spirit of the Burmese people in their struggle for democracy and freedom. The artwork features a portrait of a monk, a symbol of peace and resilience, set against a backdrop filled with motifs that reflect the rich cultural heritage of Myanmar and the complex history of its people's resistance. Fairey's use of bold colors and graphic elements makes this piece not only a work of art but a statement of solidarity and support for human rights.
Screenprint in colors, 2009, signed in pencil, dated and numbered 232/450, on wove paper, published by Obey Giant, Los Angeles
Artist: Shepard Fairey Year: 2009 Medium:Screenprint in colors on speckled cream paper Dimensions: 24.0" x 18.0"
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