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Justin Bua
The D.J.
Art Print
24 x 34 in
Your Price: $40.99 $29.99
Trumpet Man
Art Print
39 x 14 in
Your Price: $44.99 $29.99
The Bass Player
Poster
24 x 36 in
Your Price: $9.99 $8.99
El Guitarrista
Art Print
24 x 36 in
Your Price: $29.99
The Conga Player
Art Print
24 x 36 in
Your Price: $32.99
The DJ
Poster
24 x 36 in
Your Price: $9.99 $8.99
El Guitarrista
Poster
24 x 36 in
Your Price: $9.99 $8.99
Salon de Billar
Art Print
20 x 14 in
Your Price: $32.99 $21.99
One Love
Art Print
11 x 14 in
Your Price: $17.99
Piano Man II
Poster
36 x 24 in
Your Price: $9.99 $8.99
Poker Game
Art Print
36 x 13 in
Your Price: $21.99
Boroughs Series
Art Print
28 x 8 in
Your Price: $41.99 $27.99
Back in the Days
Art Print
36 x 24 in
Your Price: $44.99 $32.99
420
Art Print
24 x 34 in
Your Price: $29.99
Jazzscape
Art Print
26 x 8 in
Your Price: $48.99 $27.99
Rising
Art Print
24 x 36 in
Your Price: $32.99
CyberSquatter
Art Print
16 x 20 in
Your Price: $32.99 $21.99
Notorious B.I.G.
Poster
24 x 36 in
Your Price: $9.99 $8.99
The Caterpillar
Art Print
16 x 20 in
Your Price: $21.99
Dream, Believe, Create
Art Print
11 x 14 in
Your Price: $17.99


About Justin Bua

For over a decade, artist Justin Bua has been making a mark on popular culture with his unique style of Distorted Urban Realism, single-handedly spearheading a new genre of art. Born and raised by a single mother in NYC’s untamed Upper West Side, Bua was fascinated by the raw, visceral Manhattan street life and found himself absorbing the essence of the burgeoning culture at places like Rock Steady Park and the Douglas Projects. Bua studied visual art at the High School of Music and Performing Arts (“Fame”) and complemented his education on the streets by writing graffiti and performing worldwide with breakdancing crews such as The New York Express and The Dynamic Breakers. At 16, Bua performed with The New York Express in a show created by famous choreographer Julie Arenal (“Hair”). The show toured all over the world including the Spoleto Festivals in Charleston, South Carolina and Spoleto, Italy where he performed with Rudolf Nureyev. After high school, Bua went on to the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California where he earned a B.F.A in Illustration. There, Bua learned the technical skills that allowed him to unleash his creativity.

For more on Justin Bua, check out his official site at http://www.justinbua.com.