SHEPARD FAIREY: SUPPLY & DEMAND EXHIBIT

supplyanddemandIf you didn’t know him then, I’m sure you know him now. And if you still haven’t jumped on the Shepard Fairey bandwagon, I’m sure you will soon. Everyone loves a wagon ride right?

Shepard’s the shit, so check this out:

On the 20th anniversary of the Obey Giant campaign, the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston opens the first museum survey of Shepard Fairey, the influential street artist who created the now iconic Obama poster. And to think, it all started with a lil Andre the Giant stencil that read: OBEY.

Featuring over 80 works, Shepard Fairey: Supply & Demand traces the artist’s career over 20 years, from the Obey Giant stencil to screen prints of political revolutionaries and rock stars to recent mixed-media works and a new mural commissioned for the ICA show. In complement to the exhibition, Fairey will be creating public art works at sites around Boston. On view at the ICA from Feb. 6 to Aug. 16, 2009, Shepard Fairey: Supply & Demand is accompanied by an expanded, limited-edition box set of Supply & Demand, the retrospective publication of the artist’s work, in addition to exclusive limited-edition prints only available at the ICA Store.

If you want to know what this visionary man is all about, I highly recommend you visit the exhibit.
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2 thoughts on “SHEPARD FAIREY: SUPPLY & DEMAND EXHIBIT

  1. Elam

    Man, you obviously don’t know a damn thing about shepard and he started out to become what he is today.

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