Shepard Fairey
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Shepard Fairey art

A mural by artist Shepard Fairey titled “Peace Elephant” graces the west wall of a parking structure at the new West Hollywood Library.

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Perry Rubenstein, Shepard Fairey, Amber Young and Neil Young at the new Perry Rubenstein Gallery in L.A. (Aleksander Kocev /
Street artist Shepard Fairey poses in front of a mural he painted on the side of Brooklyn Projects, an Echo Park skate shop. (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
A silkscreened Ugg boot with artwork by Shepard Fairey. (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times)
Fairey stands between two of his works hanging inside his Los Angeles studio. (Richard Hartog / Los Angeles Times)
Fairey’s work in limited-edition form. (PR Newswire)
Fairey’s “Peace Goddess,” a mixed-media work done on paper. (Shepard Fairey)
“Lenin Stamp,” from the book “Obey Supply & Demand, The Art Of Shepard Fairey.” (Shepard Fairey / Gingko Press)
An earlier work by Fairey conveying antiwar activism. (Shepard Fairey)
“Gigante” (1997) makes a giant icon of Che Guevara. (Shepard Fairey / Gingko Press)
Fairey stands in front of one of his murals on the side of the Brooklyn Projects skateboard shop in Echo Park(Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
Fairey applies one of his stickers to a parking sign in front of an Echo Park mural by street artist Cache. (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
“Obey Fist” (2000) (Shepard Fairey / Gingko Press)
“Obey Middle East Mural” (2009) is in the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art’s exhibition “Shepard Fairey: Supply and Demand.” (John Kennard / Obey Giant Art)
“Obey Icon Pole” (2008) is a refinement of Fairey’s 1989 “Obey Giant” street-art project. (Obey Giant Art)
The graphic designer’s use of an Associated Press photograph for his widely seen “Obama Hope” (2008) generated a lawsuit. (Obey Giant Art)
“Two Sides of Capitalism: Bad” (2007/08) is one of Fairey’s enormous new works on the theme of money and power. (Jonathan LeVine Gallery)
“Portrait of the Artist (Tupac),” a tribute to the late rapper Tupac Shakur, is one of nearly 250 works in the show. (Obey Giant Art)
“Gigante” (1997) is another example of Shepard Fairey’s signature style. (Obey Giant Art)
“Obey Andy Warhol” (2004). (Obey Giant Art)
“Obey Angela Davis” (2005). (Obey Giant Art)