Archive for September, 2010

Busy, Busy, Busy!!!

September 27, 2010

We’ve had our heads down working on getting the new Fall 2010 Obey Clothing Mens and Womens Collections out to our UK stockists and the good news is that everyone is now fully stocked with new Obey T’s, Hats, Jackets, Shirts, Knitwear and Denim!!!
This week it’s time to keep your eyes peeled as we will be starting to load the key Fall 2010 Looks and Clothing pieces up onto the Obey Clothing (UK) webstore!!!!!

In the meantime, and just before you go chasing Autumn snapbacks and beanies, here’s a little rewind and a catch up on what went down this Summer at Glastonbury when we spent some time with the Mutate Britain crew!!!


Printed Matters

September 20, 2010

Shepards solo show, Printed Matters kicked off last week in Los Angeles at Subliminal Projects. Here’s the sweetness…

Shepard Fairey


Thom York (Radiohead)

Steve Jones (Sex Pistols)

J.R.F. (By the Sword Skateboards) and Skullphone

Paul Schmitt (Skateboarder, Creator of Schmitt stix and PS Stix board manufacturing)

Printed Matters x Subliminal Projects x Shepard Fairey

September 6, 2010

The latest news from across the pond is Shepard Fairey has a new show open at Subliminal Projects in less than two weeks time. PRINTED MATTERS, will be an exhibition that incorporates every variety of Shepard’s printed work, including prints on wood, metal, album cover and fine art collage on paper. If you happen to be in or around Los Angeles between September 16th and October 9th then make sure you’re on it…

Some people say print is on its way out, that it will be wiped out by digital media, but I say you can never replace the provocative, tactile experience of an art print on the street or in a gallery. Printing still matters.

Opening Reception
Printed Matters
September 16th / 8 – 11pm

Subliminal Projects
1331 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026

Wild Fantasies: A Decade of Don’t Panic Posters

September 3, 2010

For all those of you who don’t know, the Don’t Panic Pack is a unique free arts and culture publication which can be found in carefully selected independent shops, bars, universities, music events and art spaces. At the heart of the pack is the infamous Don’t Panic Poster, the first of which was designed by Banksy back in 2000. In the last 10 years Don’t Panic has given away Posters by Shepard Fairey – Obey, Blek le Rat, Eine, Pure Evil and many more incredible artists.

Wild Fantasies is an exhibition at StolenSpace gallery opening on the 24th September celebrating a decade of Don’t Panic Posters. Highlights include work by Shepard, Banksy, Eine, Paul Insect and many more. Also available at the exhibition will be ten new screenprints signed and numbered from artists including, Shepard, Mr Jago, Pure Evil, D*Face and C215.

24th September – 3rd October 2010
Opening preview night – 23rd September

For more information visit