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  1. Pussy Riot Comes to L.A.

    5:41 pm 4/3/2014

    Russian protest punkers Nadya and Masha will participate in a panel discussion with MC5's Wayne Kramer, KCRW's Anne Litt and Shepard Fairey, among others.Read more

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  2. Shepard Fairey to Appear on mtvU's 'Stand In,' Teases New Series 'Rebel Music'

    2:31 pm 11/13/2013

    The artist will join the likes of Madonna and Bill Maher as a guest lecturer on mtvU's "Stand In," paying a surprise visit to a college class on arts and media to discuss his six-part documentary series "Rebel Music."Read more

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  3. Glow-in-the-Dark Ping-Pong Lights Up the SPiN Standard Downtown Party

    4:12 pm 10/25/2013

    Artist Ryan McGinness' black light ping-pong table was the centerpiece of Thursday night's party with artist Shepard Fairey as special guest DJ.Read more

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  4. Obama Administration Demands 'Hope' Artist Shepard Fairey Serve Prison Time

    7:51 am 9/7/2012

    The artist behind the iconic Obama poster manipulated evidence in a civil lawsuit against the Associated Press.Read more

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  5. Hollywood, Digital Media Players Unite to Launch L.A. Incubator

    6:00 am 5/22/2012

    io/LA, a startup investor and co-working company, plans to invest $500,000 in entertainment and technology companies; mentors include Shepard Fairey, Terrence Howard and Ben Silverman.Read more

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  6. Bones Brigade Trailer

    10:43 am 1/18/2012

    Trailer for "Bones Brigade: An Autobiography" a documentary on Tony Hawk and his skateboarding team in the 1980s.Read more

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  7. Shepard Fairey Unveils New Mural in West Hollywood

    5:46 pm 10/13/2011

    The street artist, best known for his Obama "Hope" image, talks to THR about his largest artwork to date, located at the city's new library.Read more

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  8. L.A.'s Must-See Art Shows: Schwarzenegger as God and Hollywood Trophy Wives

    6:36 pm 5/27/2011

    Video artist and Kanye West collaborator Marco Brambilla opens a show at Santa Monica Museum of Art, while Ryan McGinness takes over L.A. with an astonishing five shows at onceRead more

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