Sheppard Feri

<a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Source</a>

Maybe the name is unknown, but it works Sheppard Feri you can avoid if you lived under a rock for the past ten years. The author of the famous “Hope” Poster Presidential Campaign Barack Obama in 2008 and the poster on the occasion of the “Women’s March on Washington” has an artistic career and street cred long quarter century. ! Hen explores what all he do when not hosted on The Simpsons. Feri Shepard is an American street artist, graphic designer, illustrator and activist named one of the most influential street artists by Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art. A native of Charleston in South Carolina, Feri who currently lives and works in Los Angeles can be proud of the work of the famous music albums, movie posters, political and street art campaigns and performances, on documentaries and magazine covers. During the years of his career, while Feri survives as an icon of the so-called street art and well-known name in the mainstream pop culture, a kind of anti-establishment rebel and artist of high commercial serviceability, without compromising personal ideology that is the basis of his artistic work. Feri open use of art as a form of political activism, and! Hen examines the range of his work, which ranges from subtle subversion through political propaganda, to open dissidence. My mantra has always been “question everything”. I’m not trying to seduce people pictures, but to come out of the trance.  Feri career began in the state of Rhode Island, As a student of graphic design with a campaign named Andre the Giant Has a Posse, which he calls “phenomenological experiment”. The primary campaign is based on the distribution iliustracije French professional wrestler by the name of Andre Rusimov (André René Roussimoff) known as the Giant Andre (Andre the Giant) among skaters in Providence. Div Andre (which is so called due to the amount of up to 224 cm) quickly from internal jokes in skejterskoj community became recognized throughout the US Northeast and gets a redesign in the form of simplified matrix rvačevog people with the word “Obey” which are in the form of graffiti and stickers distributed by worldwide in the period from 1994 onwards. The campaign also takes on a different tone, and settles as a response against the earlier political art – Obey campaign has a clear message, but “suggestive authoritative”.


What do you think?


Leave a Reply

Leave a Reply