SOHO Colorful Dynamic Signed LE Pop Art Print MARCO
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SOHO Colorful Dynamic Signed LE Pop Art Print MARCO

Currency:USD Category:Collectibles Start Price:35.00 USD Estimated At:800.00 - 1,000.00 USD
SOHO Colorful Dynamic Signed LE Pop Art Print MARCO
We love this lively print signed from a limited edition by the Pop art sensation, MARCO! * Title: "Soho " * 1999 * Serigraph on paper * 18 × 27 * Signed and numbered from a total limited edition of 375 * Bright and fresh; never mounted, matted or framed * Certificate of Authenticity * * Here's the buzz from the bio page on the well-known artist's web site: "Marco's work has graced the front page of the NY Times Sunday Magazine, Crain's New York, ADWEEK, and was recently featured on the hit FOX TV Show American Idol, New York One, NBC s TODAY Show, and ESPN's Cold Pizza. Marco was appointed as an Official Artist for The 2004 US Olympic Team by The United States Olympic Committee, and created POP Portraits of all of the 2003 NBA All Star Players including Michael Jordan, and Shaquille O'Neil. Gibson Musical Instruments released a hand painted "Marcoart Guitar" and watch giant Swatch commissioned Marco to paint over fifty of it's stores worldwide, in addition to having him create the best selling Artist Swatch of all time: "The Alien Baby." Express commissioned Marco to design "Cyclone Angel" hang tags for their jeans, Onward enlisted Marco to design an entire product line for their "Field Dream" stores in Japan, and Deutsche Telecom printed up 250,000 phone cards with Marco's images on them. Marco has raised thousands of dollars by donating his masterful dynamic paintings to benefits for: The Rainforest Alliance; The Gay and Lesbian Anti-Defamation League; Body Positive; Muscular Dystrophy; United Cerebral Palsy; St. Vincent's Hospital and Mount Sinai Hospital to name just a few. Current projects include animation, children's books, an extensive clothing and product line, and worldwide fine art distribution. Not bad from someone who started as "The Prince of Greene Street" selling his canvases on the corner of Prince and Greene streets in SOHO in the late 80s." * * Wow!