In a complete twist of fate on copyright issues, artist’s usage, and revenue from merch, Fairey and the AP have created a new plan.
Legendary Street Artist Shepard Fairey and AP Settle Agreement Over Obama HOPE Photo, Now BFF’s and Collaborating on Future Projects
Graffiti Artist Saber and His Message on Health Care Reform Indicates the Power of the Medium and Their Political and Cultural Impact Today
President Obama has created the Organizing for America Health Reform Video Challenge and here’s one that we think could be a winner.
Art for Obama Illustrated Book Edited by Shepard Fairey Featuring Powerful Street Artists Illustrate Grassroots Movement for Change
Now, in illustrated keepsake form, we can see how so-called fringe players in youth culture helped impact one of the greatest elections in history.
Street Artist Shepard Fairey in Legal Battle Over Iconic Obama Artwork
Associated Press considers suing Shepard Fairey over copyright infringement bringing to question what is art.
Street Artist Shepard Fairey’s”Barack Obama” Artpiece Inducted into the Smithsonian and How Inauguration Marketing is Sweeping the Nation
Who’s Got the Youth Vote ( Who Would Have It If They Could Vote); Plus Who Plans to Vote Mostly; and a Look at the Presidential”Wish” List of Candidates by 13-25-year-olds
In Label Networks’ new Spring Youth Culture Study 2008, we asked a series of questions about the upcoming election to get a sense of just how 13-25-year-olds are voting or would vote if they could, how they feel about their potential future President, who plans on voting (of those that are eligible), and who they “wish” was a Presidential candidate. The results are quite fascinating because in many ways, it provides insight about the future when it comes to politics, and which demographics within youth culture are more likely to get involved compared with others.
Youth Culture and the Power of Politicians, Plus Top Humanitarian and Environmental Heroes and What That Means for Future Forecasts
The perception of politics and “leaders” has changed in America and elsewhere around the world when it comes to youth culture. Label Networks’ fresh data reveals latest shifts in perceptions of politics, government, humanitarian and environmental leaders.