Shepard Fairey

Hennessy celebrated the opening of the "Project Wild Rabbit: Gallery 24" last night in the Soho section of New York City.

Hundreds gathered for a chic luncheon at Cleo, a staple in the L.A. restaurant industry, for the unveiling of Shepard Fairey’s Limited Edition Hennessy V.S. bottle. Guests were greeted at the door with delicious cocktails, compliments of Hennessy. The cocktails, aptly named Hennessy Revolution, were created with Fairey in mind. While guests drank and dined, […]

Your favorite cognac just got a makeover. Hennessy has released a new series of Limited Edition bottles. The 250-year-old cognac company has partnered with Shepard Fairey, the mastermind behind the Obey brand and the iconic Barack Obama “Hope” posters, for the launch of the Hennessy V.S. Limited Edition bottle. This is the fourth in the line […]

“To affect the quality of the day is no small achievement” With a little ingenuity, guts, wheat paste and a whole lot of photocopies, Shepard Fairey began affecting the quality of the day for a lot of people. From his early days of college campus vandalism, to working on a Barack Obama campaign poster and […]

Not many people get the chance to design campaign posters and patches for NASA astronauts, but Shepard Fairey is not your average guy. BLOG: I’m Voting For Obama Because I Believe Progress Is Possible by Shepard Fairey CASIS (the Center of Advancement of Science in Space) was set up by Congress to manage the National […]

I’m voting for Barack Obama, but not because of “Hope,” the poster I made in 2008, or because of hopes, of which I can’t say mine have been particularly fulfilled. I’m voting for Barack Obama because I believe evolution is real and possible. I want to see this country move forward, not backward, and I […]


Shepard Fairey is the man who created the iconic Obama “Hope” poster and artwork for Trayvon Martin. And now, he is working on another piece that will change the environment. PHOTOS: Olympic Fashion: The First Lady’s Gold Medal Style Shepard is on his way to bringing different people together, from the artsy crowds that flock […]

For many people connected to the art world, Keith Haring’s work was one of their first real examples of street art that was able to transition into popular culture. As a child growing up in the ’80s and ’90s, you have undoubtedly come across some of Haring’s work. PHOTOS: Now That’s Dope! Shepard Fairey Paints […]

Renowned artist Shepard Fairey has joined our movement to “Occupy the Dream,” by creating an image that will convey the inequality that has tarnished our nation in the last 40 years. STORY: Shepard Fairey Joins Occupy! See What HOPE Has Become… Shepard sat down with GlobalGrind and told us about his upcoming image for “Occupy […]

Shepard Fairey, the artist most known for his portrait of Barack Obama which went viral during the 2008 Presidential campaign, is using his art to shine a light on the Occupy movement. After seeing his new poster supporting the movement, above, and reading the accompanying excerpt on his website,, we spoke with Shepard to […]

​ Contemporary artist Shepard Fairey (recognize the pic above?) became famous almost overnight for his depiction of Obama during the 2008 campaign. He’s making headlines today, though, for something quite different. LA weekly reports, Don’t worry: L.A. artist Shepard Fairey, 41, only has a “black eye and a bruised rib” after a pummeling he received in […]