Posts Tagged ‘street art’

Shepard Fairey Designs Wine Labels

Shepard Fairy Wine Label

Shepard Fairy Wine Label

Kenwood Vineyards, a California winery, has been collaborating with artists since 1978 with their Artist Series wine labels, and on their 30th Anniversary they’ve commissioned Shepard Fairey to design this years label. Fairey’s “Peace Woman” adorns the wine label and is selling for $70 per bottle, MSRP. Be sure to get one if you can, as there were only 2,146 cases manufactured.

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Kaws Takes on Complex

Artist KawsOne added his signature graphics to the August/September issue of Complex Magazine. Not only has the cover been stamped by one of the most notable artists today, but the feature inside is also blessed with his artwork. Check it out.

Blek le Rat – Stencil Pioneer

Blek le Rat is a pioneer in stencil-style graffiti, he was here before Banksy and Shepherd Fairy. Starting his signature stencil art in Paris in the early 80s, he’s inspired many street artists around the world. Subliminal Projects in the Echo Park area of Los Angeles is currently holding an exhibit of le Rat’s work, and though it’s only been going on since April 5th, le Rat’s prints are already completely sold out. The exhibit runs until May 2nd. Be sure to check out Subliminal Projects for more info.