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The Keep a Breast Foundation: Non Toxic Revolution

Fairey's art to save breasts.

Published on Jun 30, 2011

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Shepard Fairey, might drown out some of the bad press for his recent copyright infringement battle with the AP over a photograph of President Barack Obama, with this effort for The Keep a Breast Foundation to help with its Non Toxic Revolution campaign. Fairey's design agency Studio Number One is helping to forward the organization's movement "to inform, educate and inspire young people to revolt against the dangers of toxic chemicals in their environment and food supply especially those linked to the initiation of breast cancer,” according to the Keep a Breast Foundation’s website.

Along with OBEY style posters and PSAs, Keep a Breast Foundation will be hosting an exhibition in Los Angeles to be held July 8 through July 23. The exhibition will be free and include art from Fairey and Studio Number One along with photography by Patrick O’ Dell.

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Date
Jun 30, 2011
Client:
The Keep a Breast Foundation
Designer:
Studio Number One

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