Available tomorrow 9/10 at a random time
Available tomorrow 9/10 at a random time
John Lennon lookin’ real whiskery and catlike in this new print from Shepard Fairey.
Available Tuesday, July 27th at a random time. A portion of the proceeds go to the NRDC.
The title of this print “Moon Over Biloxi” is a tribute to the Dead Kennedy’s song “Moon Over Marin”. In 1984 I picked up maybe my 4th punk record which was the 2nd Dead Kennedy’s album “Plastic Surgery Disasters”. The album is a great listen all the way through and includes some blistering tunes like “Riot” and “Bleed For Me” laced with social commentary. The surprise song though is “Moon Over Marin”… detractors have called it the Dead Kennedy’s “U2″ song, but I disagree. “Moon Over Marin” is more melodic than most DK, but juxtaposed with the darkness of the lyrics, the song evokes a powerful sense of existential melancholy. I think the concept that struck me, and stuck with me, is that our disrespect of each other and the planet may doom us , but things will continue without us. I think it is healthy to recognize impermanence, but also to appreciate the value of the ephemeral. Moonlight, real or electric, will probably be around, but what it will be casting light on is the real question. There will always be a moon over Biloxi.
We are pleased to present our 50th installment of Sound Advice featuring Shepard Fairey. Shepard is a Los Angeles-based Artist.
Sound Advice 50 - Shepard Fairey
Bring The Noise - Public Enemy
God Save The Queen - Sex Pistols
The Magnificent Seven - The Clash
Rise Above - Black Flag
Ziggy Stardust - David Bowie
Do You Realize? - The Flaming Lips
Rockaway Beach - The Ramones
Children’s Story - Slick Rick
Search and Destroy - The Stooges
Freedom of Choice - Devo
Subterranean Homesick Blues - Bob Dylan
Paranoid Android - Radiohead
Jeepster - T. Rex
Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash
Panic - The Smiths
While most won’t be able to access the fine art for sale in his upcoming show May Day at Deitch Projects, Shepard Fairey has always been a man of the people. Available the night of the opening will be a limited release of the prints above (Haring, Basquiat, Strummer, Ali, Debbie Harry, and Iggy Pop) and to quote Shepard himself “Don’t worry the prices will be reasonable.”
If you’ve ever wanted a Shepard Fairey mural on your building, now is the time. Click here for more info
Shepard Fairey’s one-of-a-kind piece for Stephen Colbert looks pretty awesome.
via, The Giant
I think this is what would go in my panic room, because inside that room there is no panic at all.
Curio Wallcoverings is a company that makes you need not to use paint on your walls. In addition to having Shepard Fairey as a contributing artist, Adam Wallacavage, Shag, and Camille Rose Garcia also have great designs to choose from.
These are nice. Buy here
Shepard Fairey donated a bunch of Love Unites prints to be customized by celebrities (Scarlett Johannson to Robert DeNiro to Navratilova) and auctioned off to help in “continuing the effort to campaign for equal rights.” I dig Olivia Wilde’s (above), who knew she had such talent?
Bid on it here
Available today at a random moment in time is this set of 3 prints titled ‘Venice Pattern.’ Each measuring 18″ x 18″ in an edition of 100, the print set will retail for $90 here
Shepard Fairey was tapped to lend his design chops to the new Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers The Live Anthology 4 cd box set (releasing today).
Buy it here
Seriously this is the biggest sticker I can remember seeing. If they are as resilient as Sticker Robot’s outdoor vinyl ones, paint will peel.
“Sticker Robot is going to release the Love Unites Sticker Posters Thursday 11.12. at http://stickerobot.com. The sticker posters will Signed by Shepard and numbered in an Edition of 200 and measure 18 x 27 inches. Proceeds go towards marriage equality.”
Available for purchase immediately are these two prints, Yellow Cans and Blankets, that Shepard Fairey created for the benefit of L.E.A.D. Uganda. Each in an edition of 450, and measuring 18″ x 24″, all of the proceeds from the $75 print go to support the special children of Uganda.
Buy the prints here
7 PM – 12 Midnight: Live Art Installation followed by in-store signing.
For those unable to make it, we’re giving away this stencil (above) to one lucky commenter. To win, just read this interview from 1998 and tell us your favorite part. More info on the event after the jump
Available Today at a random time is a print by Shepard Fairey titled ‘Jessica,’ which is based off of a fine art piece that Shepard had created for Lance Armstrong’s Stages exhibition. Measuring 18″ x 24″ in an edition of 475, all profits from the print go to cancer research.
Kind of taints that image in the National Portrait Gallery a bit, huh?
In an effort to keep everyone up to date on my legal battle to uphold the principle of fair use in copyright laws, I wanted to notify you of a recent development in my case against The Associated Press (AP).
Supply and Demand: 20 Year Retrospective
Oct 18, 2009 – Jan 31, 2010, Pittsburgh, PA
OPENING RECEPTION: OCT 17th, 2009
Artist Talk with Shepard Fairey, 6 PM – 7 PM
Opening Reception Party, 7 PM – 10 PM featuring DJ Z-TRIP
If you missed the 20 Retrospective at the Boston ICA, you can catch it at the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Shepard Fairey: Supply and Demand is organized by The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston and features over 20 years of the artist’s work, including illustrations, screen prints, collages, works of wood, metal, and canvas.
For More information please visit WARHOL.org