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Shepard Fairey


Shepard Fairey is known for his work on Walk the Line (2005), This Is the End (2013) and 22 Jump Street (2014). See full bio »

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Known For

Walk the Line
Walk the Line Art Department
(2005)
This Is the End
This Is the End Art Department
(2013)
22 Jump Street
22 Jump Street Miscellaneous Crew
(2014)
Rebel Music
Rebel Music Producer
(2013-2015)

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 2013 This Is the End (artwork: "Obey Giant")
 2012 Occupy Los Angeles (Documentary) (additional art: street & poster)
 2011 Revolutions (Documentary) (stencil artist)
 2010 N.A.S.A.: The Spirit of Apollo (Documentary) (artist: "Money" sequence)
 2010 Exit Through the Gift Shop (Documentary) (art - uncredited)
 2006 The Henry Rollins Show (TV Series) (artist)
 2005 Guitar Hero (Video Game) (poster artist - as Shep Fairy)
 2005 Walk the Line (poster artist)
 2004 Jail Bait (Short) (graphic designer)
 2001 Scratch (Documentary) (web graphic designer)
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Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (4 credits)
Show Show Composer (2 credits)
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DJ Diabetic | Shep Fairy | obey
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Creator of the Obama "Hope" Poster, which had become a popular cultural trend.

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