Red Square by William Halsey, 1997, oil/collage on Masonite; courtesy of Halsey/McCallum Studio
Bushbaby by Jasper Johns, 2004, intaglio in 10 colors, 43 x 30 inches, Edition 55; published by Universal Limited Art Editions, licensed by VAGA, New York, New York, courtesy of Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art
il & Gas Building by Shepard Fairey, 2014, mixed-media painting on canvas, 44 x 60 inches; copyright 2014 Shepard Fairey, courtesy of Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art
Fairey in his L.A. studio at work on “Power & Glory”
a large mural incorporating his Obama portrait in Denver, Colorado, in 2009
and a close-up of sticker graffiti in a public bathroom, including Fairey’s “Obey Giant.”
Endless Power by Shepard Fairey, 2013, mixed-media painting on canvas, 44 x 60 inches
This New Wave Is A Little Slick For My Taste by Shepard Fairey, 2014, hand-painted multiple: silk screen and mixed-media collage on paper, 37 x 49 inches, Edition of 10
William Halsey and Corrie McCallum in their Fulton Street studio in 1955
Jasper Johns at Los Angeles’ Gemini Graphic Editions Limited Studios in 1968.
Ocean by Jasper Johns, 1996, lithograph in 12 colors, 27 7/8 x 36 3/4 inches, Edition 54, published by Universal Limited Art Editions
Untitled (American Center) by Jasper Johns, 1994, lithograph in eight colors, 36 1/4 x 30 1/2 inches, Edition 75, published by Universal Limited Art Editions
Johns created the 1985 Spoleto Festival USA poster.
Ventriloquist by Jasper Johns, 1986, lithograph in 11 colors, 41 1/2 x 29 inches, Edition 69, published by Universal Limited Art Editions
Fairey created these Warhol-esque prints of his “hero,” Jasper Johns, emblazoned with Johns’ well-known target in 2010. Jasper Johns (Red) and Jasper Johns (Cream), screen prints, 18 x 24 inches, based on a photograph by Michael Tighe
art giant: In 2010, President Barack Obama awarded Jasper Johns with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.