The three prints on offer capture #23 in motion, showcasing the Hall of Famer during a dunk, layup and more. NOPATTERN’s work was inspired by MJ’s cultural impact and how the star helped to shape the artist’s generation, early years, and city around him where he grew up.
Speaking on the pieces, Anderson said, “Growing up around Chicago in the ’90s, one could not help but be taken by the magic of Michael Jordan. His influence is undeniable. This print edition celebrates the impact 23 has had on my life, my work, my city and my generation.”
These prints are available for just ten days only and are available in sizes 16×20” and 20×30”, printed on heavy-weight paper. They will never be produced again and a portion of each sale will be donated to ACLU. Take a closer look at the artworks in the gallery above, and shop everything — including a line of T-shirts — on the newly-launched NOPATTERN webstore until they’re gone on December 23.
Elsewhere in the art world, Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Room has landed in Ohio.