About Brandalised Skateboard Diptych – Musart on Decks – Graffiti is a Crime
Musart Boutique is proud to present our exclusive original collection Musart on Decks featuring limited edition skateboard decks, displaying art timeless masterpieces which bridge the traditional history of art and contemporary skateboarding culture at accessible prices. Part of Musart Boutique’s original collection Musart on Decks comes this limited edition of 100 Brandalised Skateboard Triptychs inspired by the work of the enigmatic street artist Banksy: ‘ Graffiti is a Crime‘.
Graffiti is a Crime appeared in Chinatown New York City in 2013. The stencils depicts two mischievous children reaching for a can of spray paint. One might assume that this piece is eluding to the fact that street art is fueled by youth and rebellion, but it’s open to your own interpretations as with all Art – especially Bansky pieces. More details on Brandalised Skateboard Diptych – Musart on Decks – Graffiti is a Crime :
- Musart on Decks, Graffiti is a Crime, Ditptych Limited edition of 100, Skateboard Deck Sets.
- Material: 100% Canadian/American Maple wood.
- Measurements Mellow Concave Skateboard set of 2: (Angles) Approx. 19.25º nose and 18.5º tail with a medium center concave. (Dimensions) 32″H x 8″L x 0.5″W Inches (est.)
- Weight: 8.14 lbs (est)
- Additional Features: Includes Skateboard Deck Display wall mounts (x 2).
- Photo Credits: Brandalised
The anonymous artist Banksy gives Street Art a major source of artistic vitality by making provocative pieces for over twenty years.
Beginning graffiti art in 1990, the artist continues to make countless art pieces around his hometown of Bristol, UK. The rise of street art in the collective consciousness of the art community has been concurrent with the rise of fame of themselves. Consequently, they are often seen as a contributing force of the movement.
Still creating brilliant works to this day, Banksy has charmed millions worldwide with its ability to blend surrealist elements. Most importantly, his satirical political commentary always points towards an aspect of society that needs improvement. The artist continuously works to this day and shows absolutely no signs of stopping – nor of revealing the artist’s identity.