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Barack Obama has been good to Shepard Fairey. The graphic designer wasn't exactly hurting pre-election—his "Andre the Giant has a posse" stickers were ubiquitous, and Urban Outfitters was selling his t-shirts—but his profile has risen even further since he created the iconic poster of Obama gazing heroically into the future. Fairey's taken advantage of the moment to launch a website selling his seven-year-old clothing line of solid, mostly uncontroversial hipster-wear. Oddly, although the president-elect is mentioned several times in the site's new blog, it's hard to find any Obama merch on the site. For that, you have to visit Fairey's older site, Obey Giant, which sells his non-wearable products.
· OBEY Launches Website and E-Commerce [PSFK]
· Obey Clothing [Official Site]
· Obey Giant [Official Site]