Shepard Fairey

Graphic designer and street artist


Graphic designer and street artist, founder of the design studio and gallery Studio Number One in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, creator of the Obey Giant propaganda campaign, and collaborator with 008, a group that showcases the work of artists who support Barack Obama's presidential campaign.

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