Basquiat Sweatshorts - Off -White, "Hollywood Africans in front
Alternate View 1 of Basquiat Sweatshorts - Off -White, "Hollywood Africans in front
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Basquiat Sweatshorts - Off -White, "Hollywood Africans in front
Alternate View 1 of Basquiat Sweatshorts - Off -White, "Hollywood Africans in front
Alternate View 2 of Basquiat Sweatshorts - Off -White, "Hollywood Africans in front
Basquiat Sweatshorts - Off -White, "Hollywood Africans in front
These super comfortable sweatshorts include details from one of Jean-Michel's most celebrated artworks, Hollywood Africans in front of the Chinese Theater with Footprints of Movie Stars. Painted by Jean-Michel after a trip to Los Angeles with his friends and fellow artists Rammellzee and Toxic, this piece is layered with meaning. The soft, breathable construction will keep you feeling good inside and out as you represent the timeless influence of Basquiat's work. Wear it with pride and feel connected to a legend who broke through cultural barriers and rose to the top of the art world.  Pair it with our matching hoodie (shown) as a great gift idea. Product details: Gender Neutral 100% cotton construction Drawstring waist Made in Portugal About the artwork: Jean-Michel Basquiat, Hollywood Africans in front of the Chinese Theater with Footprints of Movie Stars, 1983 The painting shows Basquiat, along with artists Toxic and Rammellzee, during a period when they were all in Los Angeles for Basquiat's first exhibition at the Larry Gagosian Gallery. It serves as a commentary on the marginalization and stereotyping of African Americans in the entertainment industry, which led the group to refer to themselves as "Hollywood Africans." © Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Licensed by Artestar, New York Items purchased on sale or through collaborations are final and not eligible for returns or exchanges.
These super comfortable sweatshorts include details from one of Jean-Michel's most celebrated artworks, Hollywood Africans in front of the Chinese Theater with Footprints of Movie Stars. Painted by Jean-Michel after a trip to Los Angeles with his friends and fellow artists Rammellzee and Toxic, this piece is layered with meaning. The soft, breathable construction will keep you feeling good inside and out as you represent the timeless influence of Basquiat's work. Wear it with pride and feel connected to a legend who broke through cultural barriers and rose to the top of the art world.  Pair it with our matching hoodie (shown) as a great gift idea. Product details: Gender Neutral 100% cotton construction Drawstring waist Made in Portugal About the artwork: Jean-Michel Basquiat, Hollywood Africans in front of the Chinese Theater with Footprints of Movie Stars, 1983 The painting shows Basquiat, along with artists Toxic and Rammellzee, during a period when they were all in Los Angeles for Basquiat's first exhibition at the Larry Gagosian Gallery. It serves as a commentary on the marginalization and stereotyping of African Americans in the entertainment industry, which led the group to refer to themselves as "Hollywood Africans." © Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Licensed by Artestar, New York Items purchased on sale or through collaborations are final and not eligible for returns or exchanges.
These super comfortable sweatshorts include details from one of Jean-Michel's most celebrated artworks, Hollywood Africans in front of the Chinese Theater with Footprints of Movie Stars. Painted by Jean-Michel after a trip to Los Angeles with his friends and fellow artists Rammellzee and Toxic, this piece is layered with meaning. The soft, breathable construction will keep you feeling good inside and out as you represent the timeless influence of Basquiat's work. Wear it with pride and feel connected to a legend who broke through cultural barriers and rose to the top of the art world.  Pair it with our matching hoodie (shown) as a great gift idea. Product details: Gender Neutral 100% cotton construction Drawstring waist Made in Portugal About the artwork: Jean-Michel Basquiat, Hollywood Africans in front of the Chinese Theater with Footprints of Movie Stars, 1983 The painting shows Basquiat, along with artists Toxic and Rammellzee, during a period when they were all in Los Angeles for Basquiat's first exhibition at the Larry Gagosian Gallery. It serves as a commentary on the marginalization and stereotyping of African Americans in the entertainment industry, which led the group to refer to themselves as "Hollywood Africans." © Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Licensed by Artestar, New York Items purchased on sale or through collaborations are final and not eligible for returns or exchanges.
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