Homage to Ai Weiwei — The Box

“Good fences make good neighbors” is a folksy proverb cited in American poet Robert Frost’s Mending Wall, where the need for a boundary wall is being questioned. Ai chose this title with an ironic smile and a keen sense of how populist notions often stir up fear and prejudice. Visitors to the exhibition will discover that Ai’s “good fences” are not impenetrable barriers but powerful, immersive, and resonant additions to the fabric of the city. —Public Art Fund

When we saw Ai Weiwei’s powerful fences, our idea was to bring part of the community to the fences by adding the whimsy of Billy’s characters to Bryan’s photos of the fences and NYC.

Print size: 20″ x 30″ | 50.8cm x 76.2cm | with a 2″ white border, final paper size 24″ x 34″.

Ships rolled in a tube.

Edition of 10 with 2 AP
The original is available, Contact us if interested.

10 in stock

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Artist Statement

Billy the Artist is an internationally renowned artist based in the East Village. His projects and designs have been seen the world over and he’s been commissioned by such clients and global brands as Swatch, Lamborghini, The Rock N Roll Hall of Fame Museum, Sony, and Gibson Guitar to name but a few.

Bryan Thatcher is a New York City photographer, web designer, and graphic designer.

He was the CEO and the founder of Fusebox, an internet design, and technology agency with over two decades of achievements.

He the founder-owner of East Village Fine Art.

Additional Information

Weight 16 oz
Dimensions .01 × 20 × 30 in