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Jean-Michel Basquiat, On of a kind, very rare. Never seen before images, from a soot I produced of my FRIEND Jean-Michel Basquiat, SAMO, Basquiat.

Vibrant colors and abstract shapes dominate the scene, creating a psychedelic and somewhat chaotic appearance. Repeated patterns and faces are scattered throughout, giving it a sense of being a digitally altered or manipulated photo.

Step into the captivating world of one of the most influential artists of our time. He was known for his raw and emotive paintings that combined elements of graffiti, street art, and primitivism. Basquiat’s works are filled with enigmatic symbols that invite viewers to interpret their meanings.

Jean-Michel Basquiat was a booming possessed artist who was a really nice-good-guy with a sweet-good-heart.

Exclusive archival footage taken from a 1980 Group Performance Art Video I produced.

I used Digital Image-processing to capture the spirit and soul of Jean-Michel Basquiat. I tried to incorporate the many different emotions of my friend Jean-Michel Basquiat into each image. Photos taken from the only performance art video with 20-year-old Jean-Michel Basquiat ever made. A creative expression of human imagination.

"When I first met Samo he was very young and homeless, Lower East Side Artist. I recall smoking joints, followed by a very deep conversations in my parked car and me saying to him, "You are sure to hit it big!" I whispered that into his ear when we hugged at his big show at the Whitney Biennial. At the start, It was obvious to everyone he had the magic. That dude really worked it hard, Constantly Creating Original Art. He was a very possessed, Artist Exploding... When we first met he was painting T-shirts, selling them on the street, then SNAP Whitney show and then a big loft in the heart of SoHo. The last time the two of us hung out togeather was in his BIG loft - LOTS OF ART EVERYWHERE and we got stoned. Talked about poetry-art-the sounds of letters and some people we knew. The last thing I said to Samo as I was leaving his loft was, "Dude, I love U He smiled". - Tom Zatar Kay

Basquiat's art addresses themes of racism, classism, colonialism, and other power structures and their effects on U.S. society. Basquiat's work often explores dichotomies such as wealth versus poverty, integration versus segregation, and inner versus outer experience. In Basquiat’s art text assumes poetic, symbolic, and indexical qualities, Jean Michel Basquiat, Basquiat, SAMO, JMB, Neo-expressionism, neo expressionism, Jean-Michel Basquiat’s artwork, graffiti writer, Basquiat art, expressionism painting. graffiti, collage, word art, black art, black artist, Graffiti, Abstraction, Figuration, Contemporary critique, Black pride, Mixed media, prodigy, Art New York, Graffiti Street Art Tagger, Urban Art, Basquiat, collage artwork, Abstraction, Abstract, Cartoon Drawing, Jean Basquiat, Jean Michel Basquiat art, Basquiat paintings, Andy Warhol Jean Michel Basquiat , Basquiat art, Banksy Basquiat, Basquiat Warhol, Cartoon Figures, Madonna and Basquiat, Folk Art, Naive, Primitive Naive, Childlike, Intuitive, Pop Art, Popular Culture.

Throughout Basquiat’s career, political and social commentary functioned as a springboard to deeper truths about the individual. His paintings proclaimed the existence of a more basic truth locked within a given event or thought.

Before his tragic death in 1988 at the age of twenty-seven, Basquiat expressed seemingly boundless creative energy, producing approximately a thousand paintings and two thousand drawings.

Words to describe Jean Michel Basquiat Basquiat was and is still considered a ground-breaking artist in the neo-expressionism art movement. A young black artist, his artwork dealt with themes of racism, classism, colonialism, and other power structures and their effects on U.S. society. He was the godfather of urban culture Boom.

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Jean-Michel Basquiat, On of a kind, very rare. Never seen before images, from a soot I produced of my FRIEND Jean-Michel Basquiat, SAMO, Basquiat.

Vibrant colors and abstract shapes dominate the scene, creating a psychedelic and somewhat chaotic appearance. Repeated patterns and faces are scattered throughout, giving it a sense of being a digitally altered or manipulated photo.

Step into the captivating world of one of the most influential artists of our time. He was known for his raw and emotive paintings that combined elements of graffiti, street art, and primitivism. Basquiat’s works are filled with enigmatic symbols that invite viewers to interpret their meanings.

Jean-Michel Basquiat was a booming possessed artist who was a really nice-good-guy with a sweet-good-heart.

Exclusive archival footage taken from a 1980 Group Performance Art Video I produced.

I used Digital Image-processing to capture the spirit and soul of Jean-Michel Basquiat. I tried to incorporate the many different emotions of my friend Jean-Michel Basquiat into each image. Photos taken from the only performance art video with 20-year-old Jean-Michel Basquiat ever made. A creative expression of human imagination.

"When I first met Samo he was very young and homeless, Lower East Side Artist. I recall smoking joints, followed by a very deep conversations in my parked car and me saying to him, "You are sure to hit it big!" I whispered that into his ear when we hugged at his big show at the Whitney Biennial. At the start, It was obvious to everyone he had the magic. That dude really worked it hard, Constantly Creating Original Art. He was a very possessed, Artist Exploding... When we first met he was painting T-shirts, selling them on the street, then SNAP Whitney show and then a big loft in the heart of SoHo. The last time the two of us hung out togeather was in his BIG loft - LOTS OF ART EVERYWHERE and we got stoned. Talked about poetry-art-the sounds of letters and some people we knew. The last thing I said to Samo as I was leaving his loft was, "Dude, I love U He smiled". - Tom Zatar Kay

Basquiat's art addresses themes of racism, classism, colonialism, and other power structures and their effects on U.S. society. Basquiat's work often explores dichotomies such as wealth versus poverty, integration versus segregation, and inner versus outer experience. In Basquiat’s art text assumes poetic, symbolic, and indexical qualities, Jean Michel Basquiat, Basquiat, SAMO, JMB, Neo-expressionism, neo expressionism, Jean-Michel Basquiat’s artwork, graffiti writer, Basquiat art, expressionism painting. graffiti, collage, word art, black art, black artist, Graffiti, Abstraction, Figuration, Contemporary critique, Black pride, Mixed media, prodigy, Art New York, Graffiti Street Art Tagger, Urban Art, Basquiat, collage artwork, Abstraction, Abstract, Cartoon Drawing, Jean Basquiat, Jean Michel Basquiat art, Basquiat paintings, Andy Warhol Jean Michel Basquiat , Basquiat art, Banksy Basquiat, Basquiat Warhol, Cartoon Figures, Madonna and Basquiat, Folk Art, Naive, Primitive Naive, Childlike, Intuitive, Pop Art, Popular Culture.

Throughout Basquiat’s career, political and social commentary functioned as a springboard to deeper truths about the individual. His paintings proclaimed the existence of a more basic truth locked within a given event or thought.

Before his tragic death in 1988 at the age of twenty-seven, Basquiat expressed seemingly boundless creative energy, producing approximately a thousand paintings and two thousand drawings.

Words to describe Jean Michel Basquiat Basquiat was and is still considered a ground-breaking artist in the neo-expressionism art movement. A young black artist, his artwork dealt with themes of racism, classism, colonialism, and other power structures and their effects on U.S. society. He was the godfather of urban culture Boom.

This collection has no description yet.

Contract Address0x5904...9c26
Token ID1
Token StandardERC-1155
ChainEthereum
Last Updated13 days ago
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