Justin Hustlin’ ‘Disposable Income’ Canvas Series

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Justin Hustlin’ could be called a pop artist, but he’s certainly no Warhol or Ramos. Rather, he’s shaken up pop art with a truly contemporary twist, and his latest series of cavasses, entitled Disposable Income, takes cues from traditional pop art, street art, and Japanese imagery. The collection is based on five works, some spoofing Japanese candy, some tweaking familiar donut chain banners, and some are just plain warped corporate logos. Check them out here, and each item is limited run – so grab one while you can.

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