If you're looking for a cool, cheap print to start or add to your art collection, you may want to check out this new "Slice It Up" piece by Shepard Fairey. On the Obey Giant Facebook page, Fairey once again cites Punk music and art as a personal inspiration and the inspiration behind the piece: "Some of my earliest inspiration in art and design comes from Punk and Post-Punk album art as well as the do-it-yourself ethos of the movements themselves. I love that #punk was not about virtuosity, but ingenuity, creativity, attitude, and fearlessness. If you don’t like it, rip it up, or slice it up, and start over." 

The 18x24 screen print will release via the Obey site on January 9 for $45. Unlike other prints on the site, this is not an open edition. There are only 100 made, each signed and numbered, so you need to be on your click-game between 9am and 12pm.

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[via StreetArtNews]