Medium: Hand painted screen print on 300gsm deckled edge Somerset stain white paper, signed by the artist and Fun Lovin’ Criminals (Huey, Fast & Frank)
Size: 76.0cm x 56.0cm
Good To Know: Unframed, stored flat in our humidity controlled art storage facility, condition report available upon request
Arty-Fact: "Graffiti certainly came from a place of illegality and remains mostly true to that even today. Street art for me was just a boys club: guys messing around with their gang of friends etc…I didn’t see much desire to improve in the lower echelons of the scene when I started. Muralism is a different beast entirely…for me, myself and others like me, are simply the acceptable face of street art, the people whose work doesn’t necessarily challenge that much, is easier to understand visually as opposed to graffiti and street art and the people whose work translates to other environments like the gallery world more easily." ~ Fin DAC
Source: Interview: Fin DAC, Street Art United States, 2017
🎥 Lights, Camera, Action 🎬: Behind the scenes with Fin DAC and Fun Lovin' Criminals
Created in 2016, ‘Coney Island Girl Come Find Yourself Yellow’ was inspired by Fun Lovin’ Criminals’ song, ‘Coney Island Girl.’ The collaborative project marked Beautiful Crime's (relaunched as West Contemporary Editions) 10th anniversary and the Fun Lovin' Criminals 20th anniversary since their seminal album, 'Come Find Yourself'.