Showcasing Fairey’s entire body of work, from his early OBEY Giant campaign to his prodigious print output, increasingly ambitious large scale street work and beyond, this massive retrospective covers 20 colorful years. Fairey helped catalyze a movement from his unique vantage at the intersection of art, popular culture and Design and this tome documents it all. Through the lens of esteemed writers and critics such as Carlo McCormick, Steven Heller, Henry Rollins, Rob Walker, Roger Gastman and more, readers can learn about Shepard Fairey, the roots of the omnipresent OBEY street art campaign, his design practice and prolific gallery exhibitions. This massive book pulls no punches and all areas of the enigmatic artist’s work, travels, and travails are illuminated. From exhibitions, posters, flyers, silkscreens, and stickers to high-altitude pursuits, citations, and police beatings, it’s all documented in a museum-quality layout and binding.