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He was responsible for the classic Guns Of Brixton bassline and now the Clash bassist has been immortalised in a new limited edition artwork – The Guns Of Brixton (Paul Simonon) limited edition print by Obey.
Obey is, of course, Shepard Fairey and this is unmistakably his artwork, based on an original Clash-era photo by Kate Simon. The print is sized at 18 x 24 inches, signed by both Shepard Fairey and Kate Simon and limited to 450.
Just one per household allowed to be bought, you can secure one online for just $75.
Find out more at the Obey website
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Classic pop art gets a contemporary twist with the Roy Lichtenstein-inspired POW(ER) limited edition print by Obey.
Obey is, of course, the brand of Shepard Fairey and is his homage to influential pop artist Roy Lichtenstein, who, in his time, used and re-painted existing comic frames to give them new meaning. Fairey has done something similar with a classic Lichtenstein image, throwing in a reference to modern-day street art for good measure.
The final work is an 18 x 24-inch screenprint, signed and numbered in a run of 450 and certain to be a valuable piece o years to come. But right now you can pick it up for $45. It goes on sale 'at a random time' on the site today.
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Based on a classic photo by Robert Matheu, this Iggy and the Stooges print by Obey is now available to buy in limited quantities.
Obey is, of course, uber-hip artist Shepard Fairey and he's done this tribute to the classic Raw Power-era Stooges as an 18 x 24-inch screenprint, signed by Shepard Fairey and original photographer Matheu.
It's a limited edition of 650 and can be yours for $75 from Obey's online store.
He's oen of the cool names of the art world in 2010 – and Shepard Fairey has now decided to immortalise a 60s pop icon in canvas with this limited edition Nico print, released under his Obey monicker.
From Velvet Underground and Andy Warhol collaborator to model, actress and former girlfriend of John Cooper Clarke, she is captured here her 1960s prime and in distinctive Obey style on an 18 x 24-inch screenprint, which is being sold in a limited run of 450.
It's available to buy from Thursday (10th June), priced at $65. Sure to sell out quickly.