Print and destroy + Make Art not war (offset)
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Print and destroy + Make Art not war (offset)

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Entitled "Print and destroy" and "Make Art not war", this offset prints by Shepard Fairey (Obey) are an open edition. Made in 2019, they are signed by the artist. Format : 24 x 36 inches (60,9 x 91,4 cm).

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Artists

Shepard Fairey (Obey)

Type of work

Offset print

Edition of

Open edition

Format

24 x 36 inches (60,9 x 91,4 cm)

Signed by the artist

Yes

Year of edition

2019

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The artist

Shepard Fairey (Obey)

Shepard Fairey (Obey)

Shepard Fairey, also known as Obey, was born in 1970 in Charleston (US). Between 1989 and 1992, he studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, specializing in illustration. In the meantime, with friends of his, he started making stickers of the French wrestler André Roussimoff (a.k.a Andre the Giant), always bearing an epigraph: "Andre the Giant Has a Posse". He pasted so many stickers and posters that he was threatened with criminal prosecution.
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