The DLG is the #1 Seller of Donald Topp Art!
As of this writing the DLG has placed 874 Donald Topp art works in the hands of happy collectors in the past 8 years, 2 months and 10 days. That’s 1 every 2.75 days for the whole time when I’m at the DLG Chicago. No artist I know of can say the same about their art works. Donald Topp is on fire and his work is clearly reaching a wide range of collectors. My advice is to get as many as you can now because they will clearly be going up in value!
Cartoon Tattoo Hipster Girls
Donald Topp paints and silkscreens these in limited editions of 6-11. Here at the DLG we receive 4 from each edition and offer the first 3 at $850 each to the public. I personally buy the last one from each edition. If you want that last one, the price is available upon request.
$850 with UV glass and wood frame.
$750 with starter frame.
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If the item shown has sold, we will substitute another unique piece from the same edition if available. Please note that each Donald Topp artwork is unique and while similar they are all slightly different.
Cartoon Tattoo Hipster Boys
Available at $350
Donald Topp’s work questions the effect of pop culture through the deconstruction of cultural icons, story-book characters, and super heroes we are all familiar with from our childhood. He successfully challenges how these icons are shaping our understanding of gender-roles and the pressure being put onto women through these ubiquitous and mass-produced images.
His pop art imagery is visually striking and humorous, often invoking a wonderful sense of nostalgia in the viewer. Only upon closer inspection does his powerful critical view on pop culture become apparent.
Donald Topp draws all of his images by hand before creating his colorful and unique art works by combining various materials and approaches with his clean silk screen work.
In Topp’s popular “Cartoon Tattoo Hipster Girl” series the artist says that the background images are the pressures on women. Having a wife and a son and daughter gives insight to Topp’s fascination with these empowered female icons and the pressures his own daughter will face going through life.