Jean Michel Basquiat Pez Dispenser 1984 Framed Print
The story behind this product
Jean-Michel Basquiat reshaped the art world with his radical paintings. Not only was he the first black artist to break into a previously white-dominated art scene, but he also introduced graffiti and street culture into galleries. His rare, valuable works had never been reproduced as prints in Europe until King & McGaw secured exclusive rights from his estate.
Exclusive open edition poster.
French actress Brigitte Bardot on the set of Les Petroleuses in 1971.
Dimensions & Specifications
Material & Specifications
Frame type: Box
Frame finish: Satin black
Mount: 5 cm snow white
Print material: Munken Print White paper
Glazing: Gallery acrylic
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Date Score Reviewer Customer Comment 29-Aug-2018
Ms claire etches Excellent products - arrived in perfect condition.