I just received the shirt pictured above from Fright Rags and I love it. The print quality is sharp, the ink is thick, and the shirt fabric is soft; it evens come with a free prize. Just to clear up any confusion, the shirt art is a direct reference to They Live and is not part of Shepard Fairey's Obey brand. As you may already know, the film was his inspiration for the initial Obey graffiti stickers:
"The stickers presented a blunt little graphic, a visage of testostoroid hostility, recognizable to some as the masked face of the professional wrestler Andre the Giant, accompanied by various slogans - most often ANDRE THE GIANT HAS A POSSE. [...] After a 1994 lawsuit denied use of the wrestler's name, the reworked stickers took up a They Live theme: the wrestler's face was now accompanied by the single command OBEY. The sticker campaign was eventually credited to the street artist Shepard Fairey, who'd created them with his schoolmates while a student at the Rhode Island School of Design. [...] Fairey's They Live reference also puns on Roddy Piper's career as a pro wrestler."
- Jonathan Lethem, from They Live
(No. 1 in the Deep Focus book series)
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