“Through their artistry [the Elements of Hip Hop] symbolize and evoke unity, brotherhood, and positivity.”
Sideshow presents The DJ Fine Art Print by groundbreaking artist Justin BUA.
BUA’s Elements of Hip Hop series celebrates the archetypal heroes of the Golden Age of Hip Hop, representing Graffiti, Breakdancing, MCing, and DJing. The DJ Fine Art Print, which is BUA’s most famous work, is a stylish homage to the artists who pioneered the urban culture through innovation and experimentation on the turntable. Surrounded by shelves of classic Hip Hop records, the DJ works late into the night spinning vinyl on his turntables, scratching and cutting it up to his own unique beat.
Each The DJ Fine Art Print is hand-signed by the artist and features embossed Seals of Authenticity from Sideshow and BUA as a part of the limited edition of 300 pieces. Each piece also includes a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, making this fine art collectible a must-have for fans of BUA’s lyrical urban style.
Celebrate Hip Hop history and bring home BUA’s The DJ Fine Art Print today!
- Limited edition of 300
- 18x24” fine art giclée print, approx 22 x 28.50” with frame
- 100% cotton, acid-free, matte Museo Rag 300GSM
- Epson archival inks
- Hand-signed by the artist, BUA
- Double embossed, with seals from Sideshow and BUA
Black Frame details:
- 1.25" Profile Wood Frame in Matte Black
- Custom double mat design (Black, Rose Gold)
- Mats, foam board backing, and adhesive tape all certified archival materials
- Framing grade acrylic
- Wire hanger: No additional hardware required
About the Artist:
Justin BUA is an award-winning artist, author, speaker, and entrepreneur. Groundbreaking in his field, BUA is internationally known for his best-selling collection of fine art posters – “The DJ” being one of the most popular prints of all time. Born in NYC’s untamed Upper West Side and raised between Manhattan and East Flatbush, Brooklyn, BUA attended the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music and Performing Arts and complemented his education on the streets by writing graffiti and performing worldwide with breakdancing crews.
BUA went on to the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California where he earned a B.F.A. and taught figure drawing at the University of Southern California for ten years. BUA exhibits throughout the United States and internationally—including recent shows at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Pop International Gallery, New York. His energetic and vocal worldwide fan base ranges from former presidents, actors, musicians, professional athletes, and dancers to street kids and art connoisseurs.