Tag: shepard fairey

A film by Brett Novak, commissioned by the Halsey Institute in Charleston, South Carolina.

A short film made by Special Branch about the true story of Shepard Fairey’s first act of street art during his time at Rhode Island School of Design from 1989-1992. Directed by Julian Marshall and written by Alex Jablonski.


I really love this CASIS Mission Patch made by Shepard Fairey and commissioned by Fiction. For this patch, Shepard Fairey simplified the look of the International Space Station with a bright green, blue, and white color scheme. To show it off, Fiction unveiled this project at Engadget Expand this past weekend.


A video from Montana USA that interviews Shepard Fairey about why he almost exclusively uses Montana Spray Paint for all his outdoor work.


If you are in NYC and can make it to the Chelsea Galleries district, I highly recommend going into Pace Prints Gallery on 26th Street to see Keith Haring: The Blueprint Drawings (4th Floor) and Shepard Fairey: Harmony & Discord (3rd Floor). The exhibitions are only up until the first week of June and are certainly worth […]