Invader, FAILE, Shepard Fairey and BNE have teamed up to help solve the world water crisis. Three limited edition, organic cotton tees will be released on Thursday, 3/13, 10AM PST at BNE.org. Tees are made in the USA and limited to 100 per artist. $7 from each tee will be donated to charity:water, a New York based non-profit organization on a mission to bring clean and safe drinking water to every person on the planet.
We haven’t written about Shepard Fairey and his Obey line in the past, but its a lot easier sometimes to get a round up in video form. Which this is. A video, about Obey. Nevermind the Urban Outfitters aspect of this, too.
From The Citrus Report
Posted from The Citrus Report
Nice to see Shepard Fairey coming back to LA, and showing at what happens to be his gallery, Subliminal Projects. The show is called Printed Matters, and it will open and coincide with a Beyond the Street book signing. The show will have a bit of everything that Shepard has worked with, including wood, metal, album covers, and fine art collage papers.
Posted by FIFTY24SF Gallery
The game with graff is balancing getting up like mad, with a flavorful delivery. It could be argued that even if hand made stickers have the flavor, it’s too time consuming to make enough of them to really crush it. Some dedicated individuals have proven this incorrect. Twist always had San Francisco and any other city he spent more than a couple days in, on handmade sticker lockdown, not to mention tags and pieces. Pez, a bike messenger, has crushed every city he’s lived in with tag stickers.
Posted by FIFTY24SF Gallery Hypbeast.tv is paying us a visit in 45 mins to do a feature in the gallery with Porous Walker. We like this Martha Cooper feature they just did debuting her newest publication Name Tagging at the OBEY Pop-Up Shop . Name Tagging with Martha Cooper from hypebeast.tv on Vimeo .