Poster made for Obama's first presidential election in 2008 Vote Obama - Biden Nov 4th, find out where you vote.

Original poster Obama Biden vote Nov 4th 2008

by Shepard Fairey.

Original poster.
750,00
Tax included.

Dimensions

Width: 39 cm.

Height : 60 cm.

Date

2008

State

Interwoven / A+

Artist

Shepard Fairey

Printer

Printing technique

Offset

Framing

On request

Poster made for Obama's first presidential election in 2008 Vote Obama - Biden Nov 4th, find out where you vote.

Original poster Obama Biden vote Nov 4th 2008

750,00

Original Poster Obama Biden Vote,

By Shepard Fairey, 2008

 

 


Poster made for Obama's first presidential election in 2008

Vote Obama - Biden Nov 4th, find out where you vote.

 

 

We are at your disposal by e-mail and telephone for further information.






CANVAS POSTER / FRAME AVAILABLE ON REQUEST



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Shepard Fairey


Frank Fairey was born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina. His father was a doctor. He became involved in art in 1984.

At the age of 14, he started drawing designs for t-shirts and skateboards.

Fairey graduated from Wando High School in 1988.



While entering the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in 1989,

he created the André the Giant Has a Posse sticker campaign,

giving the Obey Giant campaign.

The campaign became, in Fairey's words, an "experiment in phenomenology."



He graduated from RISD in 1992. with a Master of Arts in illustration.

he currently resides in Los Angeles, California with his wife Amanda and daughters

Vivienne and Madeline.



Using the slogan The Medium is the Message borrowed from Marshall McLuhan,

Fairey has become one of the most famous artists of the 2000s.

At the origin of the BLK/MRKT graphic design group 

with other graphic designers and artist Dave Kinsey.

Fairey left in 2003 and joined Studio Number One.

In 2004, Fairey, Robbie Conal and Mear One made, for the collective Post Gen,

a series of "anti-war, anti-Bush" posters for a street art campaign entitled "Be the Revolution".


His work is in the collections of the Smithsonian, the Los Angeles Country Museum of Art,

the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

His first museum retrospective Supply & Demand (named after his book) opened at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston,

from February 6 to August 16, 2009.

 

Nevertheless, he continued his graffiti activities, which earned him another arrest in February 2009.


Fairey also DJs at numerous clubs under the names DJ DiabeticHe is on the board of Reaching to Embrace the Arts.


An association that provides art supplies to schools and students in need.