DirtyPilot Presents – NOW & THEN – Classic works from The Hobbs Gallery

From now through September 10, we will be teaming up with our friends at The Hobbs Gallery to provide you with an exclusive collection of rare, important graffiti. Dirtypilot.com proudly presents: Now and Then, a unique sale consisting of works from 1981 to the present.

For this summer only, Dirtypilot will offer paintings and works on paper by graffiti legends such as ZEPHYR, LADY PINK, FUTURA, PHASE2, IZ THE WIZ, DONDI, SEEN, TAKI, DAZE, REVOLT, CRASH, and many more. Check back often, as we will be updating our inventory all summer long!



A New Print by COPE2 -“Natural” – Archival Pigment Print on the 300gms art paper.
Paper size measures a LARGE 24″ x24.5″ Each hand signed by the artist lower right from an edition of only 50.

COPE2’s paintings have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in galleries and auctions throughout the United States and abroad, including the Guernsey and the Philip De Pury & Company auctions, the McCaig Welles Gallery, The Showroom Gallery and The Bronx Museum of Arts in New York City; the Crewest Gallery in Los Angeles; the Fifty24SF Gallery in San Francisco; the Defiance Gallery in Chicago; the Skalitzers Gallery in Berlin; The Gallizia Collection in Paris; the Artdrenaline Gallery in Den Haag, Holland and The Federation Atrium Square Gallery in Sydney, Australia.

Cope2 was born and raised in the South Bronx, New York City, in 1968. He is a self taught artist who is a celebrated figure for over 30 years in the graffiti art culture. One of New York City’s most prolific graffiti artists, he began tagging his name in 1978. He developed his style in the subways and streets of the Bronx throughout the 1980’s and 1990’s achieving international recognition for his distinctive style.

In recent years Cope2 has been commissioned by Time Magazine and designed a set of sneakers for Converse and a full collection for Adidas. He has worked with Steiner Sports collaborating with the New York Yankees’ Derek Jeter producing graffiti on memorabilia. His work has even crossed into the virtual realm with appearances in video games such as Mark Eckos: Getting up and Rockstar Games: Grand Theft Auto IV.

Today, you can catch Cope2 in the studio painting, bringing his raw energy into abstract masterpieces, intertwined with his trademark bubble letters and tags on canvases. He has also delved into curating successful group exhibitions. Cope2 crosses between art world, mainstream and street culture alike.