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2017-10-29 12:17:19

Senior portrait with a sliver of the new #shepardfaireymural


2017-10-14 14:04:31

Shepard Fairey mural downtown Las Vegas. Urban Adventures Las Vegas amazing day tour. Learnt so much about how much more there is to this town! Another BEST.DAY.EVER thanks to Rick. #localsknow #bestdayever #fun #urbanadventureslasvegas #lasvegas #artdeco #casino #streetart #murals #art #streetphotography #shepardfairey #shepardfaireymural @intrepidtravel @urbanadventures @las_vegas_urban_adventures

Shepard Fairey just finished his Blondie mural across from the former CBGB's on the Bowery and it's amazing! It's located just a few blocks north of us at 2 Bleecker St. [photo by @just_a_spectator] #shepardfairey #onthebowery #streetart #muralnyc #bowery #thebowery #bowerynyc #boweryny #cbgb #cbgbs #shepardfaireymural #shepardfaireystreetart #muralny #nycmural


2016-03-28 09:28:45

Shepard Fairey on a rainy Monday #shepardfaireymural


2017-05-07 12:22:58

This beautiful @obeygiant piece is part of @galerie_itinerrance 'Street 13'. It's a fantastic project beautifying Paris' 13th precinct with art by the likes of @conorsaysboom @dface_official @christianguemy @invaderwashere @faileart @tristaneaton @vhils and more. Well with the time to go and check it out if in Paris!!

The Jersey City Wave 🌊#shepardfaireymural #jerseycitymurals

San Francisco :: Shepard Fairey's second mural in the American Civics exhibition is amongst the cool shipping container stores in Hayes Valley and depicts civil rights activist Cesar Chavez. As with his mural of Fannie Lee Chaney (see my previous post) Fairey's image is an homage to the original photo taken by Jim Marshall. This moment was captured in 1966 just after Chavez completed a 300 mile march to the California state capital in Sacramento in support of farmworkers' rights, in particular increasing the minimum wage, a struggle that continues today.

San Francisco :: I was stoked to discover that Shepard Fairey, the street artist most widely known for his Obama "Hope" poster and OBEY clothing label, had finished this mural the day before we checked into our Airbnb artist's space just a few metres away in the Mission district! The image depicts Fannie Lee Chaney who, in 1964, found out that her son and two friends died at the hands of the Ku Klux Klan for registering African Americans to vote. This and a second mural featuring Cesar Chavez plus other artworks form the American Civics exhibition, a collaboration between Fairey and celebrated photographer Jim Marshall on now at the San Francisco Art Exchange