The inspiration wall in Shepard Fairey's office at his creative agency, Studio Number One, features Banksy's stencil on cardboard Laugh Now Monkey, Blek le Rat's David stencil on canvas, and John Van Hamersveld's print Jimi Hendrix. Photo by Art Gray.
In the Subliminal Projects gallery, flooring transitions from 1920's brick to new Douglas fir plywood. The inaugural show, "Art Is not Peace but War," presented Blek le Rat, a stencil and street artist. Photography: Joshua White.
Bryant Yeh made the library's bench by sawing 18-foot-long reclaimed floor joists into shorter pieces, attaching them with biscuit joiners, routing out a pattern in the seat, filling the lines with 15 layers of resin, and hand-waxing the surface. Photo by
Posters that Fairey's company Obey Giant Art generates for Ripped, Guns N' Roses, and Playboy appear in a conference room with chairs by Charles and Ray Eames and a custom table of Douglas fir. Photography: Joshua White.