Shepard Fairey Calls for "Peace and Freedom" With This 40 Feet Long Piece in Spain

Shepard Fairey Calls for "Peace and Freedom" With This 40 Feet Long Piece in SpainImage via StreetArtNews

The Maus Malaga Street Art Festival is underway in Spain and the latest artist to create artwork for it is Shepard Fairey. Fairey chose to paint a 40-foot tall piece entitled "Paz Y Libertad" which translates to "Peace and Freedom." The mural took three full days to complete and now brightens the side of the residential building, next to what we think will be a D*Face piece, judging from the phrase "I'll put an end to those flying D'Dog if it's the last thing I ever do."

Check out the very short clip below of Fairey gearing up for and painting the mural:

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[via StreetArtNews]

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