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Shepard Fairey Coming to Dallas

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Artist, DJ, worldwide phenom Shepard Fairey is making a stop in Dallas to spin for the Dallas Contemporary, according to the just-in Save the Date.

Fairey, who's been making the rounds recently for the design of the cover of the recent TIME magazine annual 'Person of the Year' issue, will be creating "more than twelve murals throughout the city with a focus on west Dallas."

Full info on the event is below, but it looks like Saturday February 4 (2012) Fairey will spin from 9 to midnight at the Dallas Contemporary. Tickets are $50 buckaroos, which I'm guessing is not an object if you Obey.

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