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Sticker Kit Print

Dave and Holly Combs are wonderful people as well as the founders of PEEL Zine. They took the risk of following their artistic passion and have paid the price of losing their home. I created this print with and for them to raise money to help with their huge debt. PEEL has helped to support and grow the street art community and I believe they deserve to have the favor returned. Profits from this print go to help the Combs family.  Please help out.


The Sticker Kit Print will so on sale 10/6 at a Random Time, Limit 1. Edition of 450, 18×24, S/N, $50* (We are raising the price slightly to help give The Combs a little more of a helping hand.  We hope you dont mind the bump, cause we feel its really going to do some good… THANKS for the support.) SOLD OUT

The unveiling of exclusive OBEY x PEEL poster by Shephard Fairey for Peel Magazine (authors of MBP’s PEEL: The Art of the Sticker) will take place at the first Mark Batty Publisher (MBP) Urban Arts Fest: a full day dedicated to the thriving urban arts community MBP has advocated since its inception. With skateboard demos, live graffiti writing, installations, music and DJs, open bar dance party at night, and plenty of art and books for sale, there will be something for everyone! The non-profit beneficiary is Art for Progress, which supports rising multi-discipline arts in New York City.

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Jordan x Fairey 18×24 Prints Available Now!

This is it! – the 18 x 24 versions of the Jordan x Fairey Hall of Fame collaboration with Upper Deck is now available.  If you haven’t purchased already, this is your chance to own a piece of basketball history.  Three great illustrations and prints of the G.O.A.T. to add to your Fairey collection!  AVAILABLE NOW AT UPPERDECK.COM


Shepard Fairey Autographed, 18×24, Edition of 523, Serigraph Prints
Individual and Set Prints of the Hall of Fame Portrait, Chicago Bulls, and North Carolina

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Jaws Wave x Surfrider Foundation

Shepard created this image to help raise awareness and some funds for the Surfrider Foundation.  He also created a fine art version of the print that will be featured in the foundation’s Art for the Oceans III Auction on Oct 9th in Los Angeles.   The print edition will go on sale tomorrow, 9/29 at a random time.  Edition of 450, 24 x 18, S/N, $70 and limit 1 per person/household.   Print was a collaboration  with photographer Tom Servais and proceeds will go towards  the charity.  Buy one and support!

Surfrider Foundation Art for the Oceans III Auction
Friday, October 9, 2009
Wallis Annenberg Building at the California Science Center
Collectors Preview at 5:30
Auction opens at 6:30

Preview of the works available online at www.surfrider.org/25th/auction.php

To purchase tickets and register for the auction visit www.surfrider.org/25th and click “Buy Tickets”

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Aung San Suu Kyi image

It is great to see advocates of political reform and human rights in Burma utilizing the Aung San Suu Kyi image I created. Check out the article below.


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Our friends at Causecast are putting together a flashmob this Sunday in Los Angeles to bring awareness to the human rights violations in Burma. The poster I created of Burmese leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, for Jack Healy and the Human Rights Action Center will be given to all participants of the flashmob. See below for details:

At 4:00 p.m sharp this Sunday at the Abbot Kinney Festival, hundreds of individuals will freeze in place, unfurl their free Shepard Fairey poster of Aung San Suu Kyi, and stand in silence for exactly five minutes to show their solidarity with Burma and raise awareness for her as the symbol of freedom. Then at 4:05 p.m. everyone will break their freeze, close the poster and pass out Burma information flyers to anyone around them.

Who: YOU! Anyone in Los Angeles and the Venice Area. Activists, artists, musicians, teachers, families, students…we need everyone.
When: THIS SUNDAY, Free Poster Pickup is from 10am -3pm. Flash mob is at 4pm-4:05pm
Where: ABBOT KINNEY FESTIVAL, Abbot Kinney Festival in Venice, Ca.

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Designing Manifest Hope and the Campaign for Change
Edited by Shepard Fairey & Jennifer Gross


In conjunction with the themes of hope and change, all of the authors’ profits from this book will be donated to Americans for the Arts (http://www.americansforthearts.org/) charity.

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Michael Jordan/Shepard Fairey Dual-Autographed, 26 x 36, Edition of 50, Master Serigraph Prints
Individual Prints of the Hall of Fame Portrait, Chicago Bulls, and North Carolina

Shepard Fairey Autographed, 26 x 36, Edition of 50, Master Serigraph Prints
Individual Prints of the
Hall of Fame Portrait, Chicago Bulls, and North Carolina

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Dan Baldwin x The London Police

If you did not catch Dan Baldwin and The London Police at The Carmichael Gallery make sure to head down or check it online. The work is great.



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G20 Conference Pittsburgh

This is a big week in terms of global issues with the G20 Conference in Pittsburgh and the opening of the general assembly of the UN in NYC. To create awareness for global warming and the human atrocities in Burma, I’ve created the “Windmill” and the ASSK “Freedom to Lead” images, respectively. I encourage everyone who is in those areas to download these images and spread the word. For collectors, signed posters are still available HERE AT THE OBEY STORE.

Clean Energy for America PDF Download

Aung San Suu Kyi Download PDF

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Global Premiere of “The Age of Stupid”

My friend Laura Dawn from MoveOn.org sent me this. I have not seen the film but I have the highest regard for Laura’s opinion. Anyone who has been paying attention to my art knows that I have concerns about global warming and the environment. Please take the time to read this and if you are in NY try to go to tonight’s screening.

Monday, September 21st 2009, MoveOn.org is co-sponsoring, along with Greenpeace and Tck! Tck! Tck!, the Largest One Night Screening of a Film Flipping EVER–seriously, we are breaking the Guiness Book of World Records. We are now in over 700 theaters in over 62 countries with over 1 million viewers, and its all happening tomorrow night. Due to the amazing response, we’ve moved to the biggest theater in Union Square in NYC and there are still some tickets left in LA.

PLEASE, click here –  http://www.ageofstupid.net/

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