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As part of their SGU exhibit last year, art duo MINT and SERF created a series of work comprised of their “graffiti” over prominent street artists including Shepard Fairey. The show was sort of a piss take on the street art scene and the characters in it who love to talk about how ephemeral their […]

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So, yeah, that’s really nice of you, Shepard Fairey, but there’s something terrifying about this Keith Haring t-shirt for AIDS Walk. Maybe it’s Fairey trademark slapped onto the memory of Haring. Maybe it’s the slightly bemused deer-in-the-headlights look that Fairey exaggerated when generically OBEY-ofying the original photo by Patrick McMullan; it says: “Why am I on […]

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For people who enjoy watching paste dry, the truth-challenged street artist Shepard Fairey will be installing his work at the Levi’s store in Times Square to celebrate his cross-branding endeavor with the jeansmaker: a collection of pre-painted, shredded and patched apparel mimicking Fairey’s own dirty denim. Enticing street art fanboys to buy into the commercial […]

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Graphic designing street artist Shepard Fairey continues campaigning for the environment, releasing another tabloid-style print warning about the dangers of global warming. Modeled after The Sun and reminiscent of the faux newspapers created and distributed by the Yes Men, Fairey’s “Sun Paper Print” is available sometime tomorrow in an edition of 450 for $45. […]

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Skewville apparently likes to mark his territory and nudge streets artists that put up work in his part of town with a little painted reminder. The Brooklyn-based vandal has been steadily enhancing various pieces and now adds Shepard Fairey to his hit list with this highly appropriate and smartly done modification. Photo by Bucky Turco/ANIMALnewyork […]

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A soldier in Iraq who has been bombing “various pieces of equipment near his home base” with Shepard Fairey’s OBEY stencil has been tracked downed and identified. |OBEY| […]

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