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E Pluribus Venom

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E Pluribus Venom collects a large body of work produced by Shepard Fairey and presented at the Jonathan Levine gallery during his massive exhibition in the summer of 2007. Serving as more than just an exhibition catalog, this book expounds upon themes presented in the show. The title E Pluribus Venom which translates Out of many, poison is derived from E Pluribus Unum (out ...more
Hardcover, 144 pages
Published September 30th 2008 by Gingko Press (first published July 31st 2008)
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Parka
Nov 17, 2009 rated it really liked it

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Frank Shepard Fairey is a contemporary artist, graphic designer, illustrator and even DJ who emerged from the skateboarding scene. He's also a very prominent street artist, or a street vandal as the police would call him, having arrested him several times. But he's "one street vandal who has made good" as quoted by New York Times.

E Pluribus Venom is actually the name of the art show Sheppard Fairey held in late June 2007 in at the Jonathan LeVine gallery in New
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Private Grave
Feb 01, 2010 rated it really liked it
You know Shepard Fairey, you just don’t know that you do. He created that stencil-like photo of President Obama with words “Hope” or “Progress” under it. Yep, that’s him.

Featured within this book are a number of complicated designs based around a similar faux-stencil style. There are shots from different gallery showings as well as street shots of his art in the wild. Not much text but worth repeated looks.
Joshlynn
Jan 22, 2012 rated it really liked it
There's so much more to Fairey than Andre and Obama, and this beautifully presented tome shows that in spades.
Deborah Barlow
Feb 09, 2009 is currently reading it
Fairey's collages are amazing.
Erik Albaugh
Aug 30, 2011 rated it it was amazing
I want to be Shepard Fairey in my next life.
Gwyndolyn
Jun 15, 2009 is currently reading it
very engaging...
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