KAWS

KAWSBOB (Yellow), 2011

9 colour screenprint on Rives GFK paper
Signed and numbered
From an edition of 100
20 × 20 inches (50.8 × 50.8 cm.)
Framed
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Provenance:
Private Collection
Location:
New York
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KAWSBOB is a print created by American artist KAWS. The print features the artist's popular "Spongebob" character, which is one of his most iconic examples found in his oeuvre. This artwork is a prime example of KAWS' unique style which often involves the use of cartoon and pop culture references. KAWS has incorporated SpongeBob into several of his art pieces, often using the character as a symbol of nostalgia and childhood.
The playful and whimsical nature of SpongeBob aligns with KAWS's own aesthetic, making the character a perfect muse for his work.

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