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An upcoming exhibit of cat-inspired art in Los Angeles is the latest opportunity for people who generally browse online cat photos and videos by themselves to appreciate them with other fans IRL (in real life).

It wasn’t difficult to find artists working today who shared a secret cat obsession. “After I got a couple of artists on board, the project snowballed,” curator Susan Michals said. “Within three weeks I had over 40 artists.” Emin, one of the biggest names on the list, “is a well known cat lover,” the curator explained.

“Cat Art Show” — a free event that runs from Jan. 25 to Feb. 2 at the gallery 101/exhibit on Santa Monica Boulevard — is expected to feature a little over 100 works for sale by 78 artists and donate some of the proceeds to the Stray Cat Alliance of Los Angeles.

Read the Article from TIME Magazine.
Read the Article from AnimalNewYork.com

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Power and Glory Foil Block Prints

Shepard Fairey and Paul Stolper Gallery have collaborated once again to launch four new silkscreen and foil block prints titled ‘Power and Glory’. This is the first time Shepard has used foil-blocking.  The prints will be exhibited at the LA Art Show from January  15 – 19, 2014 (Booth 622). Please note that a limited number of prints will be available for collection from the LA Art Show, the remainder of the prints are in fabrication and will be ready in early March.

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Slice It Up

Some of my earliest inspiration in art and design comes from Punk and Post-Punk album art as well as the do-it-yourself ethos of the movements themselves.  I love that Punk was not about virtuosity, but ingenuity, creativity, attitude, and fearlessness. If you don’t like it, rip it up, or slice it up, and start over. Malcolm McLaren once told me “be prolific, not precious”… words to live by.

18 x 24 inch screen print. Signed and numbered edition of 100. $45.

Release date: Thursday January 9, 2014 at a random time between 10am and 12 noon PST in Prints.

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OBEY in Málaga

In November of 2013, The Obey crew traveled to Málaga, Spain where we painted a 7 story mural next to the Comtemporary Art Center. D*Face and his boys came through as well to paint the other 7 story wall on an adjacent tower of the building. After completion of the mural the crew was able to hit some street spots, soak up the sights and sticker desirable surfaces. Big thank you to Fer and his Dad, Fernando and everyone from The CAC Málaga and the to the people of Málaga.

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SID: Superman Is Dead ends soon!

Happy New Year!  2013 is over but SID: Superman Is Dead show is still running for another week. If you haven’t seen it already you have until next Saturday, Jan 11 to see something you won’t soon forget.  Click here to view photos of the opening.

SID: Superman Is Dead

A collaborative exhibition between Dennis Morris and Shepard Fairey

This exhibition opened at SUBLIMINAL PROJECTS on Dec. 13th and features collaborative paintings, prints and photographs by Shepard Fairey and British photographer Dennis Morris. An installation of a hotel room Sid destroyed after a night of drinks, drugs, and depression in 1977 is also on view.

Wednesday – Saturday: 12pm – 6pm

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My friend BNE just sent me this great photo from Seoul! I’m glad to see that my concepts and mischief that many said were going nowhere have now made it to places even I would never have imagined! I’m grateful to have the opportunities to push my work forward.

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Fun Gallery… the TRUE Story

Our good friend and the original ‘Queen of the Downtown Scene’ Patti Astor, has released her memoirs, Fun Gallery… the True Story, chronicling her experiences and those of her friends during the 1980’s legendary NYC East Village scene.   The book features stories about Keith Haring, Fab 5 Freddy, Basquiat, DONDI, LEE, Kenny Scharf, Zephyr and more.

Personally signed copies of FUN Gallery…The True Story are available exclusively at www.thefungallery.com

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OBEY Clothing Warehouse Sale This weekend!

Mark your calendars, the annual Winter OBEY Warehouse Sale is upon us. Please note our address as well as hours and other details on the flyer. Also, on site parking will be available.

Each holiday we try to donate food, and toys to the less fortunate. Please help us in our efforts to help others by bringing a non perishable food item or an unwrapped toy to the sale. To say thank you, we will give a free OBEY Clothing gift when you give us your donated item.

IRVINE, CA 92612


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To commemorate the opening of SID, Superman Is Dead, Dennis Morris and Shepard Fairey have collaborated to release a limited edition box set of 10 Letterpress images of Sid Vicious. The 10 print images are Shepard’s illustrations based on Dennis’s photography. The editions are printed on high quality 100% cotton rag paper with deckled edges and the box is hand made and foil embossed with a leather-like texture inspired by the leather jacket Sid famously wore.  Limit 1 per person/househhold.

SID, Superman Is Dead Box Set
Numbered Edition of 200
15.5 x 20 x 1.5 inches

ATTENTION: Most orders will not be shipped until after Monday, December 30th, 2013

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Superman may be dead, but the punk spirit is quite alive! Friday night was intense. I was really proud of the art… the paintings, prints, photos, and installation that Dennis and I put together, but my greatest excitement was for the live show with Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols, Billy Idol of Generation X, Clem Burke of Blondie, and Leigh Gorman of Bow Wow Wow. The band is a supergroup of people who helped to shape the sounds of Punk and New Wave. Considering that these bands were all very important to me growing up, to have their members playing in our parking lot was surreal. I guess I was not the only one excited to see the band (and maybe the art), because about 2,000 people showed up, including music lovers like Flea, Moby, Gary Numan, Travis Barker, Steve Stevens, Linda Ramone, Fred Armisen, David Arquette, and others. We were also joined by the stickler fire marshall who was regulating the gallery and stage area capacity, meaning that many of our lovely guests were denied entry… Still, people watched the band perched on top of cars and walls and were dancing in the streets. I couldn’t have had a better time. Dennis Morris’s daughter Pearl warmed up the crowd with three of her own songs, and she sings beautifully! The main event was blistering energy with the band Ritchie Love (named in tribute to Sid’s real name: John Simon Ritchie) ripping through “I Wanna Be Your Dog”, “Somethin’ Else”, “Silly Thing”, “C’mon Everybody”, “Dancing With Myself”, “No Fun”, “My Way”, and “Waiting For The Man”. The band seemed to have a blast, and if the whole experience wasn’t seared in my brain thoroughly enough, Clem Burke signed me his drum sticks as a memento. Fortunately, Jon Furlong of Obey Clothing was there to capture all the action in photos… enjoy! Oh, and if you didn’t get to see the art, it is up until Jan. 11. The remaining Sid letterpress box sets will go for sale on OBEYGIANT.com Dec. 19, so if you are in LA and want to be sure to get a set, come by Subliminal Projects between now and then. Thanks for the support!

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