Shepard Fairey was the first artist I ever noticed that didnt solely use a spray can - his work blurs the boundary of art and design to the maximum, but nether the less, as a designer or an artist you cant help but love the rank and file format of the communist propaganda inspired images, this is sound and Vision............
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