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Jean-Michel Basquiat (Untitled Head) LED NEON

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This Yellowpop LED neon sign, inspired by Basquiat's poignant use of skulls, is more than just a piece of home decor; it's a cultural statement. With its bold palette and abstract brush strokes, Untitled (Head) is one of Basquiat's most celebrated artworks. 

This sign is not just a light source; it's a beacon of heritage and history, casting a glow that's as meaningful as it is mesmerizing. It's a perfect piece for those who appreciate art with depth and wish to illuminate their space with a symbol rich in visual artistry and cultural significance.

Product Details:

  • Size: 50 x 58cm: 19.6 x 22.8 in
  • Colors: Blue, red, and cream white
  • LED neon artwork
  • Energy-efficient tubing
  • Full board backing
  • Shipped in a bespoke premium box (great for gifting)
  • 2-Year Yellowpop guarantee

Ordering internationally? No problem. We'll make sure the plug type matches where your sign is headed.

About the artwork:

Jean-Michel Basquiat, Untitled (Head), 1983

Fascinated by anatomy from a young age (his mother gave him a copy of Gray’s Anatomy when he was 7), heads and skulls became recurring images in Basquiat’s work. Many consider the heads Basquiat painted as some of his most autobiographical pieces. Deeply rooted in his identity as a Black artist in America, Jean-Michel's use of heads and skulls are evocative of African masks and also allude to his father’s Haitian heritage.

© Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Licensed by Artestar, New York.

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