Shepard Fairey (1970-) Shepard Fairey is an American artist, he studied at the Rhode Island School of Design. Fairey is street artist, graphic designer illustrator and social activist, and contemporary of Banksy. Fairey is perhaps best known for his Hope (2008) campaign, which portrays a portrait of then-presidential candidate Barack Obama, in red, white, and blue. He followed this up with a series featuring portraits of culturally diverse women, again using a red, white, and blue colour scheme—in response to the xenophobic rhetoric of President-elect Donald Trump.
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