Talib Kweli Live Print ~ Poster Artwork by Jonas Lynch
Original was painted live on stage with Talib Kweli and signed by Talib Kweli. The print ships without the JL (Jonas Lynch) watermark.
QUALITY 16" x 12" PRINTS of FAMOUS MUSIC ARTISTS:
These are original prints crafted by Jonas Lynch. Reproduced on heavy semi-gloss finish card-stock, they are digitally printed on 16" x 12" panels and come with a white mat-board as a backer; prints are approximately 15" x 10" and signed by Jonas Lynch for authenticity. Each print is hand packaged in cellophane for safe keeping and shipment. These artworks are sure to add character and style to any home or office setting. Cop yours now and support the independent art movement!
Words From Jonas Lynch:
Music is a medium by which I draw my inspiration from. By allowing an array of melodic beats and rhythmic patterns to seep into my soul I become charged with a stimulating tenacity to create. My work comes from my love of underground neo soul hip/hop. It drives my creativity allowing me to transform a blank canvas into an iconic acrylic portrait. Grey, black, & white are my preferred colors of choice. These one-dimensional tints help me to covey an aura of simplistic ruggedness that helps encompass the journey that the musical icons, that I paint, go through over the course of their music careers. The music industry is rough yet exciting and the white, grey, and black hues that I use captures those characteristics.
The phonebook texture in the background of my acrylic portraits links the tie between everyday people and their connection to the success of the musical artists in my work. Fans and people are responsible for the level of success musicians have and I use the phonebooks of each artist in the background to emphasize that point. Artists are always front and center especially when in the limelight but it’s the people behind them that are ultimately responsible for their success. It is my intention to pay homage to those iconic musicians responsible for bringing much inspiration into my life while recognizing that it is the support of fans that make them who they are.
Live Creativity Onstage:
Though I love sharing the process on stage for many to see, it’s still my time to create. I’ve been handed a lot of obstacles in my life that have enabled me to appreciate every minute I have to create. It's my sincerest hope that my life’s journey can be reflected and interpreted through my works. I put in a lot of passion and effort into every piece. My goal is to never stop producing. As long as I'm able to continue holding a paint brush I will always be working on the next great body of art.