I’m a huge fan of Daniel Arsham, despite the amount of hate he gets from the Hypebeast chat bros. I’ve collected a few of his pieces in the past, my favorite being his Crystalized Charmander, but never one of his prints. Arsham’s latest is the ‘GROTTO OF LAOCOÖN,’ a 48″ x 57″ print on archival cotton paper.
The GROTTO OF LAOCOÖN is set 1,000 years in the future where humans, or in this case, a viewer, discovers a cave filled with relics from the past. Daniel Arsham is known for placing pop cultural references into fictionalized time periods. In this particular piece, GROTTO OF LAOCOÖN features a crumbling sculpture of the Greek seer, Laocoön.
Limited to an edition of 199, the artwork comes signed and numbered by the artist and neatly wrapped in Arsham Studio-designed linen and silver embossed packaging, along with a holographic seal of authenticity on the included COA card.
If you’re in the markets for a new collectible, keep an eye out for this print to release this Friday, June 24 at 12 pm ET on Arsham’s webshop.