• Monkey Pod Tree (On Wood), 2005

    Monkey Pod Tree (On Wood), 2005

    Shepard Fairey

    Price on request

    Signed and numbered from an edition of 2

    Screenprint on wood

    24 × 18 in

    Shepard Fairey is a renowned street artist and graphic designer who is known for his political and social activism. His work often features iconic images and symbols that are used to make a statement about important issues.

    Monkey Pod  is a screen print on wood  that depicts a monkey pod tree in full bloom. The tree is rendered in vibrant colors, such as yellow, orange, and red. The leaves of the tree are in the shape of monkey faces, which is a nod to the tree's name.

    Monkey pod trees are native to South America and are known for their large, colorful blossoms. The wood of the monkey pod tree is also highly prized for its strength and durability.

    Excellent condition.  In artists frame. 

    “Creating is about sharing ideas, sharing aesthetics, sharing what you believe in with other people."

    Shepard Fairey

    Shepard Fairey, a contemporary street artist and graphic designer, was born in 1970 in South Carolina. His artistic journey began with skateboarding culture and its do-it-yourself (DIY) ethos. He created stickers featuring wrestler André the Giant, a recurring motif that would later evolve into his famed "Obey Giant" campaign.