General art-related discussion.
Did not know he only had a piece of the clothing line. Makes sense as I'm sure textiles and the manufacturing thereof are not his core skill set.
NEWPORTS69 wrote:ive kept journal for very long time and ranked public restrooms because i srs hate using them, was working on an app but im not very smart
I guess LL is a fan.
"I see dudes using cotton gloves on prints that I know were printed while someone was drinking a beer or eating Cheetos, while water leaked from the ceiling. And I'm not even talking about my shop!" - alexfugazi
He added to the "We the people" set using 2 nurses(same palette). He reused 2 imagines, 3 if you count Neil Young.earlgreytoast wrote: ↑Thu Jun 18, 2020 10:40 amLike 8 of his last 10 releases have related to this time in history. And this print is to help Juice stay in business. Take a lap lebantz.
He has been heavily advocating on message relations from previous work. Nothing new away from his comfort zone.
”Shepard says I’ve inspired him, but he’s inspired me. Artists need to connect and collaborate. Lift each other up, when we can. This isn’t our first print together. But it’s the first one we’ve done since the US is turning and folks are in the streets. The world is a different place now, but art is still important.” – Chuck D
Chuck D has long been a hero of mine as founder and leader of Public Enemy. He’s s an outspoken social and political voice, and activist. Chuck’s lyrics always spoke truth to power. He is a trailblazer and true original. Public Enemy created a lane in music that few have had the guts to travel. I’m always looking for excuses to collaborate with Chuck and celebrate his influence on me and culture in genera
I was very happy to be asked to participate in his upcoming art show ‘ The Terrordome’ and create a new colorway of my first portrait of Chuck. The art show at Black Book Gallery in Denver will now be online because of COVID-19, more information is coming on that, but the ‘Chuck D: Fight the Power’ print will be available June 30 on obeygiant.com.
If you don’t own Public Enemy’s ‘It Takes A Nation of Millions To Hold Us Back,’ or ‘Fear of a Black Planet,’ listen to them and witness what music at the pinnacle of its sonic, political, and revolutionary potential can be. Proceeds from this print will go to Black Lives Matter Greater NYC. All prints signed by Shepard and Chuck D. Thanks for the inspiration, Chuck!
Chuck D: Fight the Power. 18 x 24 inches. Screen print on cream Speckletone paper. Signed by Shepard Fairey and Chuck D. Numbered edition of 500. $80. Proceeds go to Black Lives Matter Greater NYC. Available on Tuesday, June 30th @ 10 AM PDT at https://store.obeygiant.com/collections/prints. Max order: 1 per customer/household. International customers are responsible for import fees due upon delivery. Orders may be delayed due to COVID19. ALL SALES FINAL.
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Yeah, 3 captchas for me and I missed it. Oh well.
"If I could fly high above the world, would I see a bunch of living dots spell the word stupidity" - Bad Religion
3 captchas for me, plus the waiting queue, and somehow +1.