Short film by Julian Marshall called Obey The Giant which was Julian’s thesis film at Rhode Island School of Design in 2012. Based on a true life event the film follows a young Shepard Fairey’s first act of street art during his time at Rhode Island School of Design from 1989-1992.
While at Santa Fe University of Art and Design in New Mexico for a lecture Shepard Fairey created a new mural. The mural titled Make Art Not War is a pro-art, anti-war piece.
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Shepard Fairey is making The Simpsons Homer “Dope” Poster seen ina episode of The Simpsons where Shepard Fairey, Ron English, Kenny Scharf, and Robbie Conal made an appearance and Bart became a street artist. The poster was inspired by Homer trademark pharse D’oh but on the poster its Dope in the episode the stencil was made Bart. The poster is available at Urban Outfitters 24 x 36″ costsing $24 and a Iphone case you can purchase here now.
Obey owner Shepard Fairey’s will not be heading to Jail for using a copyrighted Image for his “Hope” Obama Posters . Instead the street artist wiil get Two Years Probation and 25,000 dollars in fines.
Shepard Fairey and his company Obey present this prints called Love Is the Drug. The prints are available in two colors red and gold the red version of the print will be released limited to 400 copies, while the gold version will only be available in 200 copies. The prints measure 18” x 24” and will be available for purchase next week on August 14 at Obeys online store.
In honor of the late Adam Yauch a.k.a. MCA of the Beastie Boys, Shepard Fairey has created several tributes to the hip-hop pioneer in Los Angles.
Shepard Fairey spent several weeks in New York in July 2011 and February 2012, creating and printing the works for his forthcoming exhibition at Pace Prints. In this video, he discusses the ideas behind the works and the printmaking processes that he used. All the works were created at the Pace Paper studio and Watanabe Press in Brooklyn.
The exhibition “Harmony & Discord” opens Saturday May 5 at Pace Prints, 521 West 26th Street, New York. For more information, visit paceprints.com/shepardfairey (more…)
United Kingdom artist Jamie Reid hooks up with Shepard Fairey to collaborate and create a set of prints to celebrate an upcoming exhibition by Reid and Fairey entitled Ragged Kingdom at Shepard Fairey’s Subliminal Projects Gallery, starting May 16, 2012 in Echo Park, Los Angeles.
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Shepard Fairey, the Obey Clothing Founder and street artist has entered a guilty in plea in his criminal case with the Associated Press in New York. The chargers were criminal contempt for destroying documents, manufacturing evidence and other misconduct in his case involving his “Hope” poster of Barack Obama.
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OUTSIDE IN: The Story of Art in the Streets from Patrick Simpson on Vimeo.
A short documentary of visuals from Museum of Contemporary Art’s Art In the Streets Series featuring notable artist in the street art community. The Art In the Streets exhibition will hit New York City At the Brooklyn Museum, March 30–July 8, 2012.
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Shepard Fairey ‘Occupy Wallstreet’ Print that appeared in Time Magazine will be for sale on January 12th. Only 450 limited copies will be sold all donation will go to the Occupy movement.
TIME Magazine Person of the Year Cover by Obeys Shepard Fairey