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Arts and Entertainment

Shepard Fairey's New Window Installation

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If you're driving along Beverly between La Brea and Fairfax, keep an eye out for these. Artist Shepard Fairey's latest Obama art has come in the form of two very large posters (and five smaller ones not seen here) installed in the windows of TenOverSix, a fashion boutique that focuses on accessories. "They are meant as a reminder to get out there and vote for change (whatever your interpretation of that may be!) but ours is definitely that it lies within the Obama/Biden ticket," said Kristen Lee of the store. The artworks will be auctioned off at a party on Oct. 16.