JonOne’s “The Fall” print release

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Legendary American graffiti artist JonOne aka Jon156, just released his latest limited edition print through PrintThemAll.com. NY-born and Harlem raised artist currently living in Paris, produced this lithograph in Idem Studio, using their infamous Marinoni Machines press.

The artist who was born as John Andrew Perello in ’63, spent his early days tagging his name around Harlem and making ground work for what is now known the world of graffiti and street art. Since his first solo show in 1990 in Berlin, the founder of 156 All Starz Crew had a chance to present his art all over the globe. Appreciative of this journey and the opportunities given, this particular work is sort of a “homage to challenges of life and the process of growing”. Representing the colorful flowers growing from the ashes in the concrete ghettos of New York city, “The Fall” symbolizes the rise and evolution of his work. The lithograph is produced on a hand cut 270g BFK Rives paper measuring 70 cm x 83 cm (27,56 x 32,68 inches), and each of the 199 signed, numbered and stamped pieces was produced using 27 colors.

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