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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Can a Rebel Stay a Rebel Without the Claws?

BOSTON — You will be seeing a lot more art by Shepard Fairey on the streets of New York this spring. But it won’t be in the form of the illegal guerrilla strikes he has been committing since his days as a student at the Rhode Island School of Design 20 years ago, nor anything like his famous Obama Hope poster. For starters, it is in the windows of Saks Fifth Avenue, for whom he has also designed swanky red, white and black Russian Constructivist-style limited-edition shopping bags.[Read More]

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Blogger Michael said...

Here's what my friends got up to this weekend: http://www.viddler.com/explore/vandalog/videos/3/

We're just a bit tired of Shepard Fairey using what used to be his anti-brand as a brand for selling his clothing and design services. His work may be beautiful sometimes, but it is far from rebellious.


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