Fresh off a dramatic New York solo show, Shepard Fairey's presence has never been so visible. Nicole Pasulka of The Morning News has a great interview with Fairey delving into how his art has evolved from a capitalistic critique into a more potent and overtly political message. He goes on to explain how his Andre the Giant stickers launched his career and the heat he's taken for his commercial work.

Of particular interest:

You’re known for having an anti-establishment message. Do you get shit for being a “street artist” and doing corporate design work?

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