Hope this is legal.Shepard Fairey dug a dumb hole for himself when he tried to cover up and change evidence in his civil court battle with Associated Press over the image he used for his iconic "Hope" poster.
That dispute appeared to us to end in a draw, but because the L.A. street artist d ... More >>
Shepard FaireyFairey's claim to fame -- and possible downfall.Don't worry: L.A. artist Shepard Fairey, 41, only has a "black eye and a bruised rib" after a pummeling he received in Copenhagen, Denmark last weekend.
But the implications for Fairey's international street cred as a graffiti and ... More >>
Thanks, AP.Update: AP announced in a statement Wednesday morning that the two sides have settled. Who gets what? After the jump. (Shepard speaks, too).
In a strange sign of the times, the image that epitomized much of America's desire to put the Bush years behind us, L.A. artist Shepard Fair ... More >>
Controversial guerrilla artist-turned-mainstream maverick Shepard Fairey has done something he rarely does: admitted he was wrong. The Echo Park graphic designer, who has been embroiled in a lawsuit over his iconic poster for President Obama's campaign, has confessed to lying about the origins of ... More >>
Sooner or later it had to happen, we suppose. Echo Park graphic artist Shepard Fairey, whose haunting poster illustration of Barack Obama became the defining image of Obama's successful presidential campaign, is being accused of copyright infringement and asked to pay royalties for the source image. ... More >>