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“The Detournements of Wynn Miller” – Closing Reception

We couldn’t be happier with our success with “The Detournements of Wynn Miller.”

We would like to extend a notable thank you to all those who could attend and support our opening reception. If any show deserves an honorable conclusion, this would be it!

Please join us in celebrating our achievement by attending the closing reception for “The Detournements of Wynn Miller.”

25 out of 500 Limited Edition signed Obey Giant prints held over for the closing reception will be available.

Date: Friday July 31st 2009 7PM – 11PM

Featured Artists: Shepard Fairey, Mark “Gonz” Gonzales, Shawn Barber, Greg Gossel, Nate Frizzell, Chloe Trujillo, Axis, Lauren Bergman, Jon Chase, Richard Villa III, Nazrn, Eric Monson, Dennis Mcnett, Michael Ruiz, Mario “FDubs” Luevanos, Jeff Ho, Votan, Tony Meister, Jamie La Chappa

DJ: Al G

Open Bar Provided by Transphusion

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A Tribute to Love and Rockets

New Tales to Tell
A Tribute to Love and Rockets

Wednesday, 7/29
Space 15 Twenty
1520 N Cahuenga Blvd, 90028
6:30 – 9:30pm

DJ Shepard Fairey
Performances by
Astra Heights, VEX, The Invisible Humans
Hosted by Richard Blade

RSVP to: www.myspace.com/LoveandRocketsTribute

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Art for Life x Charity Buzz Auction


Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation is proud to present the Tenth Anniversary ART FOR LIFE East Hampton, an annual benefit event celebrating the creative energy of New York City youth. This benefit is one of Rush Philanthropic’s most important annual fundraising efforts, attended annually by a sold-out audience of more than 750 leaders in the entertainment, arts, business, and philanthropic communities.

Shepard is being presented as this year’s Featured Artist for the event.  Last year Shepard donated an original OBAMA HOPE piece that was a great success in fundraising for the Foundation.  This Shepard is again donating piece of artwork of a brand new image.  For more information on the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation, ART FOR LIFE, and the Artwork, please click the links below.


ART FOR LIFE, East Hampton

Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation

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OBEY Radio and The Crosby

For a Very Special Children’s Benefit
w/ CHOC (Children’s Hospital of Orange County)


Friday July 24th 9pm-2am

@ The Crosby
400 N. Broadway
Santa Ana CA 92701

21+ / No Cover

Walk-In Donations Accepted All Night. Please Support!

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Shepard x Nike Livestrong STAGES Exhibition

Lance Armstrong and Nike unite to launch STAGES, a global art exhibition to raise funds and awareness for the fight against cancer.

Shepard and 19 other renowned artists have donated their time and creativity to express the LIVESTRONG message and raise funds for the Lance Armstrong Foundation, which is committed to inspiring and empowering people affected by cancer.  The first stop of the traveling exhibition will be in Paris, France, opening 7/17.

Shepard’s artwork is based on a photograph taken by cancer survivor Dina Douglass / Andrena Photography

For more info visit www.STAGES09.com

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DANCERIGHT 3 Year Anniversary

To celebrate 3 years of Dance Right in Downtown LA, DJ Diabetic will be returning to rock the turntables with Mike B (LAX) and DR’s resident genius DJ PUBE$. This week Rony’s Photobooth will be in full effect, The Squid will be roaming around capturing the chaos, with Hornitos Tequila drink specials and Obey / Dance Right freebies all night! RSVP and get there early; it will fill up for sure. 

Come celebrate the 3rd Anniversary of Danceright this Thursday, 7/16.



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NPR interview about Boston Trial

For anyone who has been following my court case in Boston, a resolution has finally been reached. I was originally facing 34 felony charges with a maximum penalty of 87 years in jail. My attorney negotiated a plea deal for me to plead guilty to three misdemeanors and get two years probation and a fine in exchange for all the other charges being dropped. Considering the tremendous waste of time and money so far, this solution seemed the most productive to end a process which could have dragged on considerably and potentially resulted in jail time if things did not go well for me. I’m glad to put this behind me so I can focus on making art and the other positive things in my life. I have no negative feelings toward Boston, my ICA show has been an incredible success with over 100,000 people attending. I’d like to thank the ICA staff who have been great to work with, and also all the Boston property owners who invited me to display my work on their properties. I will be back in Boston on July 31 for Obey Experiment REDUX, a party celebrating the success of the exhibition at the ICA.  I will finally get to DJ at the ICA and my friends Z-Trip and Chuck D will also be performing. After the exhibition closes on 8/16 in Boston, my 20 year survey travels to the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh For more in depth info on the Boston case, check out this interview.





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Sticker Robot x Social Awareness

The Immigration Reform and Love Unites stickers are now available on Sticker Robot and proceeds from the sales go to charity and distribution of more awareness materials.  Get some!  

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Arkitip Additional Print

Arkitip will be making an additional signed, silk screen print available with Issue No. 0051 featuring Shepard Fairey.  The creation of this print was to make an truly exclusive print available to Arkitip and the Issue based on the understanding that there was some confusion in regards to information released that the first print included in the issue was expected to be a totally new design. The new design is the same size as the other print (7.5 x 10 In.) and fits snugly in it’s intended packaging and Signed by Shepard.  Here are the details associated with this special offering:

All Arkitip subscribers who purchased their subscription prior to the cut off to include Issue No. 0051 will receive this print for no extra charge.

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Pablo is the son of our friends Jeff and Jo Ann. He died of cancer on Saturday, just a few days after his sixth birthday. As parents it is impossible for me and Amanda to imagine facing what Jeff, Jo Ann, and Pablo faced courageously. There is a moving diary of Pablo’s battle with cancer at getwellpablo.blogspot.com. Yes, we all know that cancer affects a huge number of people, but what you see at this blog is a very compelling demonstration that cancer can strike anyone, any age, and no amount of love can cure what science has no cure for yet. People like Pablo remind us why cancer research is so important. You can find out more and make a donation to the Pablove Foundation here: www.pablove.org/donate.html.

We miss you Pablo.

-Shepard and Amanda

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