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Where Did Shepard Fairey Go?

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Sister blog to LAist, DCist caught LA's very own Shepard Fairey working on his latest mural in Logan Circle yesterday: "The mural he's put up in the alley is a version of a piece called Duality of Humanity, which is included in his upcoming show with Al Farrow, Regime Change Starts at Home." Last Friday, Fairey had a new Obama art installation at fashion accessory store TenOverSix on Beverly.