Explore our range of wall art and prints by this iconic artist who has developed his own recognisable brand and style since emerging from the street art scene.
Frank Shepard Fairey is an American contemporary street artist, graphic artist, social activist, illustrator, and founder of OBEY Clothing, who emerged from the street art scene along with artists such as Banksy, Canvaz, Keith Haring and TRUST.iCON. Born in South Carolina and currently Living and working in California, he first became known for his "Andre the Giant has a Posse" sticker campaign and now communicates his brand and message through murals, posters, prints and stickers in public places.
Perhaps Shepherd Fairey is best known for his iconic, Hope (2008) campaign; a portrait of presidential candidate Barack Obama, in red, white, and blue. In 2017, the artist created a series of three posters— featuring portraits of culturally diverse women, again using a red, white, and blue colour scheme—in response to the xenophobic rhetoric of President-elect Donald Trump.
“Art is not always meant to be decorative or soothing, in fact, it can create uncomfortable conversations and stimulate uncomfortable emotions”
If you are interested in any other of Shepherd Fairey’s iconic artworks, or there is a specific piece that you just have to have on your walls then please get in touch. We’d love to chat through the options.