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SABER x Beyond the Streets 'Buffer Beautification' (2023) Hand-Painted/Signed Spray Can + Display - Signari Gallery
SABER x Beyond the Streets 'Buffer Beautification' (2023) Hand-Painted/Signed Spray Can + Display - Signari Gallery
SABER x Beyond the Streets 'Buffer Beautification' (2023) Hand-Painted/Signed Spray Can + Display - Signari Gallery
SABER x Beyond the Streets 'Buffer Beautification' (2023) Hand-Painted/Signed Spray Can + Display - Signari Gallery
SABER x Beyond the Streets 'Buffer Beautification' (2023) Hand-Painted/Signed Spray Can + Display - Signari Gallery
SABER x Beyond the Streets 'Buffer Beautification' (2023) Hand-Painted/Signed Spray Can + Display - Signari Gallery
SABER x Beyond the Streets 'Buffer Beautification' (2023) Hand-Painted/Signed Spray Can + Display - Signari Gallery
SABER x Beyond the Streets 'Buffer Beautification' (2023) Hand-Painted/Signed Spray Can + Display - Signari Gallery

SABER x Beyond the Streets 'Buffer Beautification' (2023) Hand-Painted/Signed Spray Can + Display

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'Buffer Beautification' by Saber, 2023
Limited Edition spray can collab. display with Montana Colors x Beyond the Streets.
Special release with hand-painted/signed display by Saber.
Based on the artist's enormous street art mural, Los Angeles, 2012.
7.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 Inches (spray can)
8.6 x 3 x 3.3 Inches (display)
Montana spray can in Anonymous Violet featuring the artist's mural.
Limited Edition of only 40 (#7/40).
Hand-signed and numbered by the artist in thick black marker on can.
Also hand-signed and numbered by the artist on wood display case.
Finally, signature and edition number scratched into display window by Saber.
New in original, hand-painted/dripped wood box with acrylic display window.

ARTIST BIO

Saber became a global legend when in 1997 he completed the largest graffiti piece ever created. His piece on the sloping cement bank of the Los Angeles River is nearly the size of a professional football field. It took 97 gallons of paint and 35 nights to complete.

Born in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendale, Saber was raised by creative parents and discovered his passion for art at an early age. At 13, his cousins introduced him to graffiti when they took him to see the spray paint-covered Belmont Tunnel. From that moment on, he was hooked. After honing his skills on local walls, Saber joined MSK, and was later inducted into legendary piecing crew AWR.

While painting graffiti is his main focus, Saber also explores other artistic avenues. He is known for his surreal landscapes, which are pulled from the deep, dark places in his psyche, and has also created groundbreaking metal and wood sculptures of abstract letterforms and painstakingly rendered hyper-realistic canvases.