Archive for April, 2012

Shepard meets Roddy Piper…

April 30, 2012

Last week “Rowdy” Roddy Piper wrestling legend and hero of the movie They Live stopped by the Obey Giant studio to catch up with Shepard, luckily our man Furlong was on hand to capture the action…



April 30, 2012

SUBLIMINAL PROJECTS is pleased to announce Lost Angeles, a solo exhibition of art by British artist Stanley Donwood.

There is no future. We have evicted ourselves from our own cities, rendered our agriculture poisonous, criminalized the poor, aggrandized the rich, honoured the stupid and ridiculed the intelligent…I have no solutions, no wisdom to offer…Whilst Rome burns, I take up my little chisel and I carve a panoramic apocalypse of my own…and if you want to see it, you’re more than welcome. – Stanley Donwood, 2012

Lost Angeles will feature a new body of work where Donwood turns his poignant perception on the impact of current societal trends and behaviour towards Los Angeles. His visual meditation on society envelopes viewers in a beautifully, graphic landscape of impending doom. The fluid black and white scene resonates with honesty and forewarning. True to form, Donwood once again succeeds in giving flawless design to his version of our tragically flawed future.

Stanley Donwood gained recognition in 1994 when he began designing album art for the Grammy-award winning English rock band, Radiohead. His work has since been used for 15 singles, 9 EPs and various studio albums including The Bends, Kid A, OK Computer, and Hail to the Thief. In addition to his work with Radiohead, Donwood has successfully exhibited paintings, etchings, linoprints and screenprints across Europe, Asia and the US. He has published 5 of his own monographs, created a record label (Six Inch Records) and designed all official artwork for the Glastonbury Festival since 2002. Donwood currently lives and works in Essex, England.

Photography By Jon Furlong
SUBLIMINAL PROJECTS, Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA

Women’s Spring 2012 Collection

April 30, 2012

Take a look at the Women’s Spring 2012 Collection which is now available on the Obey Clothing UK Webstore

Shepard Fairey: “Harmony & Discord” at Pace Prints

April 26, 2012

Shepard Fairey: Harmony & Discord X Pace Prints NYC

April 26, 2012

Pace Prints presents Harmony & Discord, an exhibition of new works by Shepard Fairey, created in the Pace Editions studios in New York. This is Shepard’s first exhibition with Pace Prints and premiers his first works in handmade paper as well as the largest screenprints he has done to date.

Harmony & Discord references the global dichotomy of politics; what forces it creates on the grand scale and how that reflects on the actions and awareness of the individual. Responding to the energy of New York, Fairey worked on this technically complex body of work in a series of sessions at the Pace Editions studios. During this residency he also went out on the streets and made a number of large murals.

Pace Prints
521 W 26th Street, New York