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Shepard Fairey & Cope2 In Bronx

Posted on April 27, 2010, 8:06 am
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Shepard Fairey and Cope2 team up in the Bronx to create a mural combining both of their signature styles.

Shepard Fairey & Cope2 In Bronx

Shepard Fairey & Cope2 In Bronx

Shepard Fairey & Cope2 In Bronx

Shepard Fairey & Cope2 In Bronx

Shepard Fairey & Cope2 In Bronx

Shepard Fairey & Cope2 In Bronx

Shepard Fairey & Cope2 In Bronx

Shepard Fairey & Cope2 In Bronx

Shepard Fairey is all over New York City this weekend, making his way from downtown to uptown and leaving his artistic trails in the mean time. After completing the mural on Houston Street, Fairey headed to Bronx and this time, he enlisted the help of graffiti artist Cope2 to help out with a portion of the mural. Just like the mural on Houston Street, Shepard Fairey covered a large slate of wall space with cutouts and Cope2 layered his signature tag over the stagger of prints.

This mural comes in time alongside the Houston Street mural to gear up for Shepard Fairey’s solo exhibition, “May Day” at Deitch Projects set to open on May 1, 2010 and a simultaneous pop-up shop opening on April 30, 2010 at Reed Annex. Check out the mural and remember to drop by the exhibition as well as the pop-up shop for exclusive goodies and a quick retrospective look into Fairey’s creations.

OBEY “May Day” Pop-Up Shop
Reed Space Annex

151 Orchard Street
New York, NY 10002

Event Dates: April 30th (Friday) – May 16th (Sunday)

May Day 2010
Deitch Projects

18 Wooster Street
New York, NY 10013

Event Dates: May 1st (Saturday) – May 29th (Saturday)

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