24 x 24 inches
Full-bleed featuring hand-deckled edges
Canson Aquarelle 310gsm museum-grade archival paper
Printed with ♥ by Static Medium
"Espíritu Del Mar is about connecting youth with ocean life and all living creatures. The young girl is holding an endangered Atlantic right whale affected by climate change and trapped in fishing nets. She is looking down with empathy and connecting spiritually with this amazing creature. I wanted indigenous children to see themselves in this artwork and also wanted to show our youth we must treat our planet and all life with respect and empathy. We are all connected and are all one."
Victor "Marka27" Quiñonez is an international street artist who works at the intersection of contemporary art, graffiti, vinyl toys, fashion, and design. With paintings, murals, drawings, mix-media pieces, and private commissions for major brands, his robust palette blends elements of street and pop culture with Mexican and indigenous aesthetics - a signature look the artist has coined “Neo Indigenous.” Marka27’s work has become part of graffiti and street art history, but he has flourished as a product designer, gallery artist, toy designer, and more. Marka27 has emerged as one of the most sought-after muralists in the world, mastering his craft since before “street art” was even a term. He lives and works in Brooklyn, NY where he and his wife and creative partner, Liza, run their award-winning creative agency, “Street Theory Gallery."