Shepard Fairey’s work on newsstands now!

It was only a few years ago that most of Shepard Fairey’s art appeared as posters and stickers slapped illegally on light poles and dumpsters across Los Angeles. This week, Fairey’s work, crafted in his studio in Echo Park, is plastered across the cover of Time magazine. The now familiar image of President-Elect Barack Obama “might be the defining image of my life,” Fairey said in a video interview of his work.

Photo: High Snobiety

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