SHEPARD FAIREY

No Future, 2017

Hand screen printed 7-ply Canadian maple skateboard.

Set of 3 skateboard decks.

Each deck: 78.7 x 20.3 cm.

Edition of 450.

Signed on the deck.

Produced by the Skateroom.

 

My art is usually social and political regardless of who is in the White House, but my concerns and frustrations are amplified by the election of Donald Trump - Shepard Fairey

$450
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The Skateroom has collaborated with LA-based street artist, graphic designer and activist Shepard Fairey to create a limited edition series of decks also responding to the first 100 days of Donald Trump as President.

 

For this collaboration, Shepard Fairey has adapted one of his existing artworks; ‘No Future’, which denounces the hate-speech and propaganda delivered to an often uninformed or misinformed public. Shepard FarieyFaireyeen active in denouncing the antagonizing fearmongering of the new presidency through a poster campaign entitled “We The People” launched with the Amplifier Foundation on Donald Trump’s inauguration day. 

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SHEPARD FAIREY

Frank "Shepard" Fairey (Charleston, South Carolina, 1970) is a Los Angeles-based artist and graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. Shepard is famous for his wall art - specifically, his iconic 2008 portrayal of President Barack Obama with the caption "Hope". Often politically-driven, Shepard's other pictures also show a clear influence from punk and skate subcultures. His work is included in numerous international galleries and institutions, including Galerie Kronsbein, Munich (2016); Pace Prints, New York (2016); Stolenspace Gallery, London (2015).
 
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