Purchase Green Power Factory Blue 3-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Cream Speckle Tone Paper by Shepard Fairey Rare Street Art OBEY Pop Artwork Artist.
2023 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 350 Artwork Size 18x24
"Green Power is a concept I’ve promoted in several pieces of my art. We need to transition to renewable sources of energy for the health of the planet. The fossil fuel industries have tremendous power economically, but we now know that not only are fossil fuel sources finite but that using them is terrible for climate change and, therefore, the eco-systems that sustain life on our planet. Unfortunately, due to the political power of these industries and public apathy about climate change, the government subsidizes the fossil fuel industries for billions even as they damage the environment. The government works for the citizens, so the choice is ours. Do we support endless power for wealthy fossil fuel corporations? Or policies that promote green power and put the earth first with the planet before profits? Please read Naomi Klein’s THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING to better understand the conflict between economic interests and climate change. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this print will go to Greenpeace to fight climate change. Thanks for caring." -Shepard Fairey
Shepard Fairey is an American contemporary street artist, graphic designer, activist, and founder of OBEY Clothing. He is known for his thought-provoking and socially-conscious artwork, often combining powerful imagery with provocative messages. The "Green Power Factory Blue Silkscreen Print" was created by Shepard Fairey and features his signature style and color scheme. It most likely represents themes of environmentalism, industry, and the need for sustainable energy solutions. The use of the OBEY logo in the title suggests that it may also convey an underlying message about recognizing and acting on these themes. As a silkscreen print, this artwork is created using a stencil-based printing technique where ink is forced through a mesh screen onto a surface. This method allows for producing multiple prints with a high level of detail and vivid colors. In the case of Fairey's work, the technique is particularly well-suited to his bold, graphic style.