In 2009 Shepard Fairey had an exhibit at the Andy Warhol Museum on the North Side. Known originally for being a street artist, he posted artwork all around the city prior to the opening of the show. This was one of them. These wheat-paste pieces were never meant to last forever and many of them are in very poor condition now.
Mary Thomas of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette writes about the art show and the artist here, explaining some of these images and influences.
There are six main images in this mural with two background designs. From left to right, top to bottom, titles for the main ones are:
- "Aung San Suu Offset"
- "Obey Offset"
- "Obey Eye"
- "Kiss Me Deadly"
- "Mujer Fatal"
- "Peace Bomber"