LA Artist Brayden Bugazzi uses his trademark collage style to capture the enigmatic and incomparable rebellious spirit of David Bowie.
Joan Jett shoved teenage female rebellion in the face of the conservative establishment with her hit "Cherry Bomb". Toronto artist Eva Lewarne nails the mood and the tone on Jett's classic with her bold and vibrant acrylic painting. Limited edition print.
Toronto artist Eva Lewarne uses her inimitable storytelling style and mesmerizing imagery to illustrate the defiant spirit of David Gilmore's words in his post Roger Waters Pink Floyd song "Louder Than Words".
LA artist Brayden Bugazzi tackles the classic Sex Pistols' song "God Save The Queen" with this grand whimsical collage masterpiece. We bet you've never seen such a gangsta looking QE like this before (note the tear drop tattoos!). Long Live The Punk Queen! Limited edition print.
LA artist Alejandro Gehry is a punk at heart and he injects his rebellious energy into this tribute to The Clash song "Career Opportunities", featuring a young Joe Strummer wearing an Elvis "Heartbreak Hotel" t-shirt.
The Sex Pistols are well represented once again, this time with UK artist Niki Hare who hammers defiant energy into the line "I AM AN ANTI CHIRST. I AM ANARCHIST. I DON'T KNOW WHAT I WANT BUT I KNOW HOW TO GET IT". DESTROY.
David Bowie 's "Rebel Rebel" is a cross generational anthem for rebellion that possesses the timeless relevance of all great songs. Case in point: "You've got your mother in a whirl She's not sure if you're a boy or a girl." Shannon Carleen Knight uses her deep layering technique to capture the words, the icon, and the tone of Bowie's classic song. Limited edition print.
Artist Shannon Carleen Knight's unique layering of color, words, and imagery creates a rich and complex composition to express the spirit of a "Rebel Yell" as it explodes from Billy Idol's trademark growl-howl in his massive 1983 hit.
Rage Against The Machine embodies the spirt of defiance and disruption with their hard-driving take-no-prisoners rhythms and melodies. Add the powerful lyrics from the song "Killing In The Name Of" to the mix and now it feels like a jackhammer hammering a Bowie knife into your brain. In a good way of course. UK artist Niki Hare just nails it with her black and white large format mixed media canvas. No pulled punches here.
Artist Peter Horvath pays tribute to The Clash frontman and chief lyricist Joe Strummer in this large format collage and mixed media artwork. Hidden treasures lie buried in the street art collage featuring iconic imagery from the groundbreaking punk rock era of London in the late 70's and early 80's.
Artist Alejandro Gehry draws inspiration from the powerful lyrics from a song by the 80's punk band Stiff Little Fingers. The US vs THEM theme that is so familiar in rebel songs is re-energized in this original artwork using a strong, black, female figure.
French artist Lionel Dumas is ready to rumble. Using his trademark rich pigments and deeply muted sepia tones the artist's distressed canvas perfectly suits the rebellious vibe of his classic punk character. Lyrics from The Clash song "White Riot" are the inspiration for this original artwork and serve as a call to action with fists raised, ready to strike.