These OBEY designs show why this graffiti-born brand has dominated since its inception.
Founded by incredibly talented street artist Shepard Fairey, whose graphic aesthetic is evident in almost all of the designs. The most famous piece from the line is a black t-shirt with the OBEY logo emblazoned in the middle. Bold but in an understated way, this design has become iconic in its own right. The OBEY shop sells a wide variety of apparel and accessories for both men and women, and is reasonably priced given the hype around the brand. The women's pieces from this line are well-aligned with current dominating styles with a fresh and edgy vibe.
Sure to continue to mix up the clothing industry, OBEY is a much-welcomed brand with undeniable street credibility and a unique aesthetic style.
From Stencil Art Narratives to Free Urban Propaganda
Product Feedback Platforms
Krush Helps Brands Decide What to Make Based on Visitor Votes
Detailed DJ Decor
The OBEY x Serato Collaboration Results in Typographical Greatness
Tagging Father X'mas Tees
Obey 'Santa Paste' Shirt Gives Graffiti the Festive Spirit
Alcoholic Scooter Marketing
Sunset Scooters Offers 'DUI Scooters' to License-Less Drivers
Stylish In-Store Murals
The Shepard Fairey and Andre Saraiva Levi's Painting is Consumer-Themed
Ltd Ed Shepard Fairey Prints Say Obama is Progress
Stencil Art Narratives
Shepard Fairey Talks About How He Got Started in OBEY 'The Rise'
Skate Brand Street Art
The Shepard Fairey Mural Advertises the Lifestyle of Obey Giant
High Art Streetwear
Obey by Shepard Fairey and Levi's Produce Clothing Capsule
Free Urban Propaganda
Obama-Inspired "Obeyma" Stickers
Obama Street Art Museum Surveys
Shepard Fairey's ‘Supply and Demand' at the ICA
Presidential Street Art
Obama Continues to Inspire Los Angeles Graffiti Artists
Street Artist Appreciation
Shepard Fairey's Print Retrospective at Merry Karnowsky Gallery
Lavish Leather Lines
Obey My Demand Combines Luxury Leather and Silk in Debut Collection
Bush vs. Obama: DOPE Parodies HOPE