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Shepard Fairey Caught In the Act

Shepard Fairey and his crew kicked off their city-wide art project this afternoon at 331 Singleton. This is the first of several large scale murals that Shepard has designed to dress up Dallas' nekkid walls. Take a first peek, and then read a little more about today's scene on Unfair Park.

It all leads up to Fairey and the Dallas Contemporary's Phenomenon dance party on Saturday night. But do check back daily: We'll be supplementing you with photos until the last stencil is filled so that you can follow along with Fairey's work.

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