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Shepard Fairey’s Printed Matters

This past weekend Subliminal Projects played host to the follow up exhibition to this year's Shepard Fairey (HF Vol. 11) showing at Deitch Projects. While Shepard's triumphant New York return so many months ago featured only works on canvas, for his hometown showing Shepard focused exclusively on screenprinted works, namely ones on wood, metal and his smaller album cover pieces. Luckily for us, Brandon Shigeta (Hypebeast) was on hand to snatch some great pictures. Check them out after the jump.

This past weekend Shepard Fairey‘s Subliminal Projects played host to the follow up exhibition to this year’s showing at Deitch Projects. While Shepard’s triumphant New York return so many months ago featured only works on canvas, for his hometown showing Shepard focused exclusively on screenprinted works, namely ones on wood, metal and his smaller album cover pieces. Luckily for us, Brandon Shigeta (Hypebeast) was on hand to snatch some great pictures.

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