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Society of Destruction Print Release!

Society of Destruction

18 x 24 inch screen print on cream speckle tone paper. Signed and numbered edition of 450. $45. Limit 1 per person/household.

Release date: March 3, 2015 at a random time between 10am and 11am Pacific Standard Time in PRINTS.

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Peace Series 2 (Doves) x Poster Child Prints Release!

Today’s the Day! Obey Peace Series 2 (Doves) / a brand new limited edition print set offered exclusively through Poster Child Prints. Click HERE for details!

Peace Series 2 (Doves)

14 x 18 inches / Set of 3

Edition of 250

Signed by Shepard Fairey

Three-color silkscreen on Stonehenge Natural, 100% cotton archival paper

Prints are numbered, embossed and exclusive to Poster Child Prints, validated by a Certificate of Authenticity.


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Art of Elysium Benefit Art Auction

The Art of Elysium is an organization that I love to support. If you’re a serious art collector, this is where your money should go. Check out the online auction on Paddle8, in addition to the live auction taking place on Tuesday, February 12 at MAMA. I donated a piece, Endless Power, for the auction so if you’re interested place a bid. Thank you for caring and supporting a great cause!

Click HERE for the online auction!

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Help complete the Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time documentary!

My friend Don Argott partnered with filmmaker Bob Weide, to finish his thirty plus years in the making documentary on Kurt Vonnegut. Don’s former documentaries include “The Art of the Steal” and “Last Days Here” (about the band Pentagram), and are great films. This week the two of them launched a kickstarter campaign to complete the final cut of “Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time.” If you’re a fan of Vonnegut’s work, please take a moment to contribute, support this campaign, and help yet another enlightening film come to fruition! Click HERE to support!

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Dissobey print release!

I have been a fan of Slick’s graffiti and graphic design since the early 90’s. I was following graffiti of course, where Slick’s street work was legendary, but I also followed the emergence of streetwear brands like X-Large, Third Rail, and Fuct, all of whom Slick did great tee graphics with. I was impressed with Slick’s artistic versatility and his choices of references and subversive twists in his graphics. I finally met Slick about 12 or 13 years ago at an art show at our gallery. He was cool to my face and then did a big drippy tag in our elevator. I didn’t really care except that our landlord said our art shows were attracting “the wrong element” and warned us to keep things clean. After that, Slick and I bumped into each other pretty regularly and at some point he told me he was doing a Buckwheat “OTAY” parody of OBEY. I was flattered and I enjoyed seeing some of the prints around LA. When Slick and I talked about doing an “official” collaboration, we liked the idea of an homage to creative competition and transgression. You either learn to love the chaos of the streets or you don’t last in that realm. Slick and I battled over a prominently located electrical box near MOCA in 2011 and that is what inspired the look of the poster we made. Slick did a great job capturing the look of layers of posters and the printer Black Sunshine translated the image beautifully. Thanks for love, hate, and art Slick!

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Help Find the Lonely Whale!

My friend Adrian Grenier is producing a documentary, 52, about the search for the loneliest whale in the world. When Adrian asked if I could contribute a design to the project to support the Lonely Whale’s kickstarter campaign, I was more than happy to do so. Check out the design, which will be featured on posters and other rewards offered through the campaign.

Check out the kickstarter / video here!

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REMINDER: BOB Marley Photo show opening and print release this Friday!

Don’t forget this Friday would be Bob Marley’s 70th birthday. Come celebrate at the opening of Dennis Morris’s Bob Marley photo show “Revolutionary Dreams,” at Known Gallery in Los Angeles. Get there early for a special limited edition signed collaborative print I did with Dennis. As always, thanks for the support!

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Take action against the Senate’s treacherous Keystone XL pipeline approval now!

I know I sound like a broken record, but until there is campaign finance reform, many members of congress will put the interests of their most powerful donors ahead of the well being of their constituents and the environment. Please read below and support counter-measures!

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Bob Marley | Slave Driver

This Friday, Feb 6. check out the Dennis Morris Bob Marley show “Revolutionary Dreams,” celebrating what would be Bob’s 70th birthday, opening at Known Gallery.  I created a Bob Marley print based on one of Dennis’s photos for this show, that will be for sale there with  a limited number to be released on our website on the following Tuesday.  The Bob Marley print is an edition of 500.  Hope to see you there!

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Peace & Justice – Haiti | 2nd release

We originally released 200 of this print to benefit Artists for Peace and Justice (APJ) with the other 200 to be sold through their channels. Since APJ don’t feel they have adequate infrastructure to do print fulfillment, we are selling the other 200 for them. Support a great organization doing important work in Haiti.

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