Watch: A look at Shepard Fairey's street art in Detroit

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Reader Jason Kaye sent us this video he made that shows Los Angeles-based Shepard Fairey's murals in Detroit, including his largest to date on the building formerly known as the Compuware Building. The video also offers a preview of his show Printed Matters, which opens at the Library Street Collective on Friday.

Check out the video below. Printed Matters' opening reception is from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, May 22. The Library Street Collective is located at 1260 Library St., Detroit; 313-600-7443; lscgallery.com. The show runs until Aug. 15. Read our interview with Library Street Collective's Anthony Curis about the show here.




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