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Vector Xing
Song Premiere: Vector Xing Mourns Innocent Black Lives Lost on New Single, “Funeral”

The first the world heard from the duo Vector Xing was a subdued lounge pop EP released in 2015 called 440Hz. It was comprised of synth-based tracks sporting simple, bold blocks of color for cover art and featured a haunting voice belonging to Stevan Cablayan. He has grown significantly in the past two years, both […]

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SHEPARD FAIREY: SUPPLY & DEMAND EXHIBIT

If 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 […]

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The Smithsonian and Shepard Fairey

I have a friend that’s been collecting Shepard Fairey originals for the past 10 years or so. The arrays of portraits that grace his walls are pretty sic, not to mention he bought them for such a small figure back in the day. As the amazing Fairey grows more in popularity, the monetary value of […]

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Shepard Fairey Auctions Exclusive HOPE Painting

Shepard Fairey is one of the most revolutionary artists of this time. Always delivering beautiful imagery with a strong political meaning, he never ceases to amaze. The creator of one of the most potent political images in recent history – the OBAMA “HOPE” poster, the image found such immediate resonance with Obama supporters that it […]

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