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Latest Shepard Fairey Items
Days after the Washington Redskins used the No. 2 pick in April's NFL Draft on Robert Griffin III, posters bearing his aw-shucks smile, braids and the word "hope" spun through the Internet.
George Clooney played the suave host, chef Wolfgang Puck whipped up something for dinner and President Barack Obama and about 150 of his Hollywood donors enjoyed a few laughs at Clooney's good-humored expense.
When Jon McNaughton decided to paint an image of President Obama holding a burning U.S. Constitution, he figured he would face critical dismissal and online scorn. But literally suffer for his art? Nah - that's what models are for.
Top Virginia Republicans are soundly disparaging a Halloween email sent by the Loudoun County Republican committee that takes the iconic Shepard Fairey image of President Obama, depicting him as a zombie with a bullet hole through his head.
A plane crash at Long Beach airport killed five people and injured a sixth on Wednesday, authorities said.
Stephen Colbert is trying a new role: art dealer.
Comedy Central announced Friday that the host of "The Colbert Report" is putting one of his portraits up for auction.
Do lawmakers need bodyguards now? Almost half of Americans agree with the idea.
The Associated Press and the artist who created the Barack Obama "HOPE" image announced Wednesday they have agreed to settle their copyright infringement claims against each other and will work together again in projects that use the news agency's pictures.