New Obey Art Prints: Obey Billboards I and II

Here’s two brand new surprise Shepard Fairey art prints that are set to drop sometime today (Thursday, July 31).  Not feeling these as much as the last couple, but they’re not his worst prints either.  If you want to score one, spend all day in front of the computer refreshing

27 Responses to “New Obey Art Prints: Obey Billboards I and II”

  1. Savannah Georgia rules, I lived there for a summer back in like 03. I just dont understand (well I do $$$) why an artist would put stuff out of this quality especially when he releases some really really good stuff, only release the good stuff charge $75-$100 per print and stop making people think you dont even see your prints before you autograph them. Ive sold 3/4 of my Obey collection already and am investing in other artists who seem to still give a damn about the quality of work they produce.

  2. BO – dude after my own heart.

  3. I think these are ok. Why all the hate? Because they are simplistic? Most of his stuff is. Because Jennifer Tillys in it? Whatever, she’s hot.

    You guys are funny. This would go on my wall much sooner than a asian kid with a rifle. Different strokes for different folks.

    Sometimes I think the Obey fans are getting younger and younger and are just a bunch of skater punks and anything with a feminine touch scares them and they need a cool gun or army guy to be cool.

    This is cool, modern art with a message. If you want something that’s all over the place pick up a Mear one or Saber print. You’ll get more street cred.

  4. Remember that last Saber print – He was asking $600 for and we all moaned about the price ?

    They haven’t sold out – Still available.

    Best give credit to Shep for releasing at $45 even if the Sabers were hand done.

  5. In this economy $600 is food eating money.

  6. 45 mother fucking dollars.

    fuck this commercial, narcissistic, fool-ass bitch.

    I Promise to flip if i get the chance.

  7. Ummmm… apparently no one here has seen they live. This is a tribute to that movie and maybe you should all see it.

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