The recent death of Trayvon Martin is a reflection of our society's ills regarding an ongoing division of race, and a controversial gun control issue that remains at the center of countless political riffs in Washington. Obey's Shepard Fairey created a portrait of Trayvon a few months ago for a commission by Ebony Magazine. Having to keep the artwork under wraps until the issue hit newsstands earlier in the week, Shepard's portrait of the late Trayvon Martin is a symbol for those that stand for justice and peace in his memory. Hit the thumbs for a closer look at Trayvon Martin on the cover of Ebony Magazine. [TheWorldsBestEver]