Tuesday, March 12, 2013

LifeVersa's "Neo Polo" Art Print

"Neo Polo is about to E-X-P-L-O-D-E," is how I imagine the commercial would start, followed by a bunch of young, attractive, well-lit Japanese people engaged in psychokinetic warfare and motorcycle racing, all set to an ominous soundtrack filled with banging drums. And...scene! Sadly, that commercial will never see the light of day, but at least we have LifeVersa's (AKA Wale Bambose) Akira inspired "Neo Polo" print, which is being released as part of the artist's "Materialism and Popular Culture" series. I think we can all agree this is a good thing.

"Neo Polo" Art Print
16" x 20" (Screen Print) - Signed and Numbered
$35 - Limited to 50
Inspired By: Akira

And here's LifeVersa's long sold out first "Materialism and Popular Culture" print, appropriately titled "Style War." Here's hoping we see many more like this and "Neo Polo" in the near future.

"Style War"
16" x 20" (Screen Print) - Signed and Numbered
Sold Out - Limited to 50
Inspired By: Star Wars

LifeVersa's "Neo Polo" poster goes on sale tomorrow (3/13) at a random time through the LifeVersa store for $35. The screen print measures 16" x 20" and is limited to an edition of 50. For more info on the artist, be sure to visit lifeversa.com.

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