Obey Giant, 2005

Obey Giant, 2005
Silk screen
96 x 63 cm
Revolution Girl, 2005

Revolution Girl, 2005
Spray paint, collage, and screenprint on paper, signed and dated in pencil lower right and numbered 12/20 lower left
106,6 x 73,6 cm
Station to Station 4, 2012

Station to Station 4, 2012
137x100 cm
Station to Station 1, 2012

Station to Station 1, 2012
137x100 cm
Fading Glory, 2014

Fading Glory, 2014
Mixed Media (Stencil, Silkscreen, and Collage) on Canvas. Unique piece.
40 x 40 in.
Descending Power, 2014

Descending Power, 2014
Mixed Media (Stencil, Silkscreen, and Collage) on Canvas. Unique piece.
40 x 40 in.
Peace and Justice Woman, Version 2, 2013

Peace and Justice Woman, Version 2, 2013
Mixed media (stencil, silkscreen and collage) on canvas
60 x 44 inches
Universal Personhood (1), 2015

Universal Personhood (1), 2015
Your Eyes Here - Malaga
Silkscreen and mixed media collage on paper, HPM
99,5 x 73 cm
Universal Personhood (2), 2015

Universal Personhood (2), 2015
Your Eyes Here - Malaga
Silkscreen and mixed media collage on paper, HPM
99,5 x 73 cm
Universal Personhood (3), 2015

Universal Personhood (3), 2015
Your Eyes Here - Malaga
Silkscreen and mixed media collage on paper, HPM
99,5 x 73 cm
I'm Gonna Kick Your Ass, 2006

I'm Gonna Kick Your Ass, 2006
Spray paint, collage, and screenprint on paper
106,6 x 73,6 cm
Icon, 2005

Icon, 2005
golden and black spray on embossed paper
33 x 26 cm
Frame: 48 x 43 cm

It is while studying at the Rhode Island School of Design that Shepard Fairey made his first poster Andre the Giant has a posse. From a mere joke, a phenomenon is born. In 2008, Shepard Fairey became worldwide famous with a series of posters in support to the Barack Obama presidential campaign which became the symbol of the election. Shepard Fairey uses the same codes as media, politics and advertisement to show their power and ubiquity in modern society. Today, Shepard Fairey is considered by the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston as the most influential street artist of our time. He has been collected by some of the most important museum collections such as Victoria and Albert Museum of London or the MOMA in New York.

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