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Mandala Ornament I by Shepard Fairey

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Shepard Fairey
Mandala Ornament I (Cream Version)
Silkscreen and mixed media collage on paper
Hand-painted multiple
Artist proof
38" x 51," unframed

Born in Charleston, South Carolina in 1970, Shepard Fairey is a contemporary artist, graphic designer and illustrator. Fairey graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 1992 with a B.A. in illustration. In 2007, Shepard embarked on a pivotal year with producing 3 major solo exhibitions in New York City, London, and Los Angeles. All 3 exhibitions sold out with a showing of over a 100 pieces of art in each exhibition.

Fairey is well known for his series of posters supporting Barack Obama's candidacy for President in 2008 which led a massive grassroots street awareness campaign. Fairey's "PROGRESS", "HOPE", and "CHANGE" posters had a huge impact in the visibility of the Obama campaign, so much so that President Obama personally thanked Fairey for this art.
Donated by: Shepard Fairey

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