ALEC MONOPOLY 'Barstool Fund' Screen Print (#848)
ALEC MONOPOLY 'Barstool Fund' Screen Print (#848)
ALEC MONOPOLY 'Barstool Fund' Screen Print (#848)
ALEC MONOPOLY 'Barstool Fund' Screen Print (#848)
ALEC MONOPOLY 'Barstool Fund' Screen Print (#848)
ALEC MONOPOLY 'Barstool Fund' Screen Print (#848)
ALEC MONOPOLY 'Barstool Fund' Screen Print (#848)
ALEC MONOPOLY 'Barstool Fund' Screen Print (#848)

ALEC MONOPOLY 'Barstool Fund' Screen Print (#848)

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'Barstool Fund' by Alec Monopoly, 2021
Print release collab. with Barstool Fund to help small businesses.
24 x 36 Inches
Screen print on wove fine art paper.
Limited Edition of 1000 (#848/1000)
(Originally offered in edition of 500, then extended to 1000).
Stencil-signed by the artist in red spray paint.
Hand-numbered in pencil bottom right.

ABOUT THE ART

Alec Monopoly” is the alias of an unidentified graffiti artist, originally from New York City. The artist has worked in the urban environments of New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Europe and throughout Asia using varied materials (including stencils, spray paint, epoxies, varnishes and newspapers) to subversively depict various iconic pop culture characters.

Alec Monopoly cites his artistic origins as learning from his mother, an artist, eventually abandoning traditionally academically driven art classes to pursue an individual methodology. Alec and his work have been covered by The Wall Street Journal, London Times, New York Post, Rolling Stone, Playboy Magazine, Billboard Magazine, Vibe, The Huffington Post, Complex Magazine, Juxtapoz and The Dirt Floor in addition to a myriad of art + lifestyle blogs. Paramount Pictures commissioned Alec Monopoly to design the logo for their production company, INSURGE.

Having achieved international renown, he has been commissioned for high-profile projects with The W Hotel, Philipp Plein, TAG Heuer, Vitamin Water, Avicii, and CoverGirl. Unlike other street artists, Monopoly avoids vandalism—often painting on abandoned buildings and warehouses rather than government properties or businesses. His adoption of the board game character Mr. Monopoly as his mascot was inspired by the stockbroker Bernie Madoff and is intended as a criticism of the billion-dollar bailouts and deregulation associated with major banks.