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The Shepard Fairey and Andre Saraiva mural in the heart of Paris’ flagship Levi’s store does an excellent job of merging consumerism with art. The duo has been known for their epic production of street graffiti, lining the walls of well-known European structures.
Although Fairey and Saraiva have remained graffiti-focused in the past, they have also branched out into the realm of fashion. Their release of a high-profile edition of Levi’s jean jackets was met with customer enthusiasm, and it is no wonder that the two have again paired up with the authentic denim label. This time however they have put their best skills to the test with aggressive red, white and black paintings of sings that read “obey” and “de la guerre.”