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Obey Clothing Holiday Sample Sale 2009

Here it is, the sale that you have all been waiting for, Obey Clothing Holiday Sample Sale 2009! Same rules as last year: Cash, Visa, Mastercard only. All Sales final. No returns or Exchanges. No Bags. No Backpacks. No Obey is to be worn.

Date/Times:
Friday, December 11th
from 8am – 7pm

Saturday, December 12th
From 8am – 1pm

Address:
3500 W. Carriage Dr.
Santa Ana, CA 92704

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Art Basel Conversations / Art Salon

Please join Shepard Fairey and Pedro Alonzo for a public conversation as part of the Art Basel/Miami Beach Art Salon. They will be speaking about Shepard’s work and the exhibition at the ICA Boston.

Date: Thursday, Dec. 3
Time: 4 PM
Location: Art Salon, Entrance Hall B, Miami Beach Convention Center. Enter through Washington Street side.
Admission to the talk is free to those who have entered the fair.

“WE ARE HUMAN” T-SHIRTS NOW AVAILABLE!!!

You asked for them now they’re here. Get these beautifully printed shirts by our friends Jiminy Stitch It. Support our independent economic base building campaign by purchasing one or more these shirts. Get them while you can, a very limited amount of these have been produced and these will sell out quick! Shirt purchase will also include a “We Are Human” sticker set. Wear this shirt proudly and denounce the human rights violations and abuses against the Immigrant Community in the U.S.

PURCHASE YOUR T-SHIRTS HERE
Stop the Raids! Immigration Reform Now! WE ARE HUMAN!

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BLACK FRIDAY OBEY CLOTHING SALE

Starting Black Friday, OBEY Clothing is having a 15% off sale (excludes Levi’s, collaborations, and current sale items). Swing on through and pick up some sweet duds for you or a loved one. Click more for the Promo Code.

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A Heartbeat and A Guitar Book Release and Tour

As you may recall a few months back Shepard did a Print of the book cover image. The book has been released and writer Antonino D’Ambrosio is on a book tour to help get his words out. Stay tuned as we are planning a special event to celebrate the book’s release in Los Angeles at Subliminal Projects.

In this remarkable new work, writer and filmmaker Antonino D’Ambrosio tells the astonishing and dramatic story behind Johnny Cash’s virtually unknown folk protest record Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian. Recorded four years before his live performance at Folsom Prison and six years before he recorded “Man in Black”, Cash, by recording Bitter Tears, placed himself in the middle of the fervent social upheavals gripping the nation at the time Cash faced censorship and an angry backlash from radio stations, DJs, and fans, for speaking out on behalf of Native people with Bitter Tears. Cash decided to fight back. This inimitable account includes 34 never before seen photos from photographers Jim Marshall and Diana Davies.

www.aheartbeatandaguitar.com

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Peace Goddess Downtown LA

New piece located in the Arts District in Downtown Los Angeles part of the LA Freewalls Projects.  More info on JetsetGraffiti.com.

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BEST ART VINYL 2009 NOMINATIONS

Shepard’s design for New Tales To Tell: A Tribute To Love And Rockets has been nominated for a Best Art Vinyl award and it is actually one of the lead images for the award!

Voting is now open as Art Vinyl launches the Best Art Vinyl search for the most exciting record sleeves of 2009. This year will see music and graphic artists competing to follow in the footsteps of Hard-Fi, The Cribs, Thom Yorke and last year’s winner, Fleet Foxes. The 2009 nominations can be viewed here: http://www.artvinyl.com/en/nominate/nominations.html.

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PABLOVE FOUNDATION BENEFIT PRINTS x STUDIO NUMBER ONE

On the occasion of the Pablove Foundation Benefit Concert, November 21st at the Avalon in Hollywood, Studio Number One has created this poster series to commemorate the concert and benefit Pablove. The concert lineup includes Band of Horses, Sea Wolf, Tom Morello, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and more.

Pablove Benefit tickets are available through Ticketmaster and Pablove Benefit posters will be for sale at the concert and through the Pablove site [pablove.org]. All proceeds from both the concert and the posters will go directly to Pablove, which supports the pediatric cancer community at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, and the funds they raise go towards research and treatment as well as play activities and music and arts programs.

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

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Adam Wallacavage Print

A good friend of ours, Adam Wallacavage, has made a great print for Poster Child Prints and its available now to purchase.  If you are not familiar with Adam’s work… you should be!  Also check out Curio Wall Coverings, where we worked with Adam on producing some fresh wallpaper – keep your eye out as we have a feeling some new Curio things coming soon.

www.adamwallacavage.com

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Shepard x Glen E Friedman x Jim Muir

This print collaboration between Shepard, Glen, and Jim was created to help Jim with his injuries.  Percentage of proceeds will go towards support Jim and his medical bills.  Edition of 450, S/N by Shepard, Glen E Friedman, and Jim Muir, $80.  On Sale 11/19 at Random, Limit 1.

Here are some words from Glen about the Jim and the collaboration:

“It’s been a long time in the making, since my old good friend, original Z-Boy, “Red Dog” nearly killed himself in a surfing accident earlier in the year. Here’s what happened. There was a benefit auction back in August, unfortunately we were not able to get this poster together in time, but here it finally is, as well there will be a one off fine art piece done by Shepard to be sold to the highest bidder at his next gallery exhibition, where 100% of the proceeds will go to Jim. For now we’ve got these great posters, which i’ve got to say is probably my favorite collaboration we’ve done to date (the others of Public Enemy, Tony Alva, and the Bad Brains, were great no doubt, but i feel this is the most beautiful of them all).

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