1990s Street Artwork on Board | Minneapolis Art Scene
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Here we have a slick street art piece in a metal frame, straight out of the 1990s Minneapolis art scene. When you're looking for that decor for your cool little urban pad, this is what you should look for. The cool blue sliced by the stripes and the block red will turn their heads and put a sly smirk on your face. This represents everything great about the bustling Minneapolis art scene in the 1990s. Graffiti art was bursting everywhere, and there was plenty spilling onto the loft walls as well. If that isn't enough, the metal shadowbox frame is handmade, and looks phenomenal, especially when you hang it over the right industrial lighting.
The vintage street art comes out of a Twin Cities art estate. The artwork is signed with a monogram in the bottom left corner. I haven't nailed down the creator so we have a mystery artist on our hands. On the reverse it states '92.
The framed artwork measures 13" tall, 10" wide, and 2" deep. The entire piece has some good weight to it. There is some wear along the edges but I think this was original to the piece. Please see all pics as they are part of the description.
I ship FedEx to street addresses in the continental USA only (no PO boxes). Free shipping on the Minneapolis street art.
Slice and dice, and everything nice. The piece is straight Aces.