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Notebooks. iPhone cases. Limited Edition Hennessy. The entire OBEY brand. The Obama Hope portrait. Artist and activist Shepard Fairey has left a mark on culture as a whole that cannot be ignored. Some of the spoils from all that hard work are going to be available for one of us when his Los Angeles home goes on the market with Sotheby’s International Realty for $1.84 million. The home was built in the 1920s in a Mediterranean-style and includes four bedrooms, a two car garage (one of which was a studio that still has some of Fairey’s work in it), terraced yard, outdoor kitchen, and a collection of exclusive Fairey works that would be a pleasure to look at every day—assuming, of course, that they come with the property.

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