It's always cool to see BMX companies collaborating with others they find inspiring.
It looks like the seat design uses key elements of one of his pieces, plus he's done a one-off frame that you see above.
Check the press release:
"Federal BMX is pleased to announce a series of limited edition collaboration seats with contemporary street artists."
"Federal BMX is pleased to announce a series of limited edition collaboration seats with contemporary street artists. Both BMX street riding and graffiti share similar terrain and a desire to do something unique in an everyday environment, often expressing creativity illegally and against the constraints of time. This synergy combined with a mutual appreciation of each other’s skill and dedication meant this felt like the perfect partnership."
"For the first seat in our forthcoming campaign, Federal has worked with Bristol based artist Copyright to create a reworking of Copyright’s Beautiful Heartbreak artwork.
The Federal x Copyright seat is available now from BMX shops and is limited to 250 seats worldwide.
The new Federal x Copyright seat is available using the Pivotal Stealth system which removes the need for a rubber patch and will t onto either a regular Pivotal seat post or the Pivotal Stealth post."