Shepard Fairey was born in Charleston, South Carolina, and attended Rhode Island School of Design, graduating with a BFA in Illustration. In 1989 he created the "Andre the Giant has a Posse" sticker that transformed into the OBEY art campaign with imagery that has changed how we see art and the urban landscape. Widely known for his "Hope" portrait of Barrack Obama and "We the People" series, Fairey's works are in the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art, Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and others.
About the American Library Association
The American Library Association (ALA) is the oldest and largest library association in the world. Founded on October 6, 1876 during the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia, the mission of ALA is "to provide leadership for the development, promotion and improvement of library and information services and the profession of librarianship in order to enhance learning and ensure access to information for all.”
This scarf is printed in a limited, numbered edition of 100. $100 from each sale of this scarf from November 27, 2023 to May 27, 2024 will be donated to the American Library Association. There will be a maximum donation of $10,000.
Dimensions: 35 in. x 35 in.
Material: 100% silk twill
Made in: China
Care Instructions: Dry clean
Each Echo100 scarf arrives packaged in a gift box and includes information about its creator.
DELIVERY AND RETURNS
DELIVERY AND RETURNS
All Echo 100 scares are eligible for free standard shipping and limited to 2 per customer.
Because each Echo 100 scarf is unique, and $100 from each purchase is donated to a charitable organization, all orders are final sale.
The Echo customer service team is available to answer questions. Please email EchoCustomerService@echonewyork.com or call 800.327.3896.
DESIGNED TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
$100 of every scarf purchase is donated to a nonprofit organization of its creator’s choice, for a potential $1,000,000 in charitable giving.
Each Echo100 scarf is numbered within the print itself, making it truly one-of-a-kind — a wearable work of art.