Reem Gallery presents rare artworks from urban masters Blek le Rat and Shepard Fairey

** Artwork shown above: Homeless in Paris, (artist's proof) by Blek le Rat, view **

** Artwork shown above: Homeless in Paris, (artist's proof) by Blek le Rat, view **

This July Reem Gallery is offering collectors an opportunity to purchase rare artworks from two of the most important figures in the urban art world: Blek le Rat and Shepard Fairey!

These giants of the contemporary art scene have continuously pushed the boundaries of their field, pioneering new techniques to create thought provoking artworks across the globe. Blek le Rat is credited with creating life sized stencils as we know them today which inspired a generation, including Banksy, to take on this medium in the streets.

Shepard Fairey is known for his paste ups of wrestler Andre the Giant and Obey clothing range.
He has championed many causes by combining political activism with his artworks and was a major contributing factor in the Obama Presidential campaign in 2008, creating the iconic red and blue "HOPE" portrait. This June he launched a major solo exhibition in Paris.

Please contact the gallery for further details on available artworks or to request a personal viewing.

** Artwork shown above: Peace & Justice Woman by Shepard Fairey **

** Artwork shown above: Peace & Justice Woman by Shepard Fairey **

** Artwork shown above: Tom Dula by Shepard Fairey, part of the Americana boxset **

** Artwork shown above: Tom Dula by Shepard Fairey, part of the Americana boxset **