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Obey Thoven: Classical radio station spoofs Shepard Fairey

These terrific posters for classical music station WQXR have started appearing around New York City:

Of course it’s a play on words (O Beethoven) and a parody of Shepard Fairey‘s famous “Obey” street art.

Fairey did not design this campaign, but he tells Stuart Elliott in The New York Times: “Of course I support classical music, and this homage to my work made me smile.”

Hip stuff for a public radio station. I like it.

Who created this ad?

Eyeball, New York

Who signed off on it?

Noreen O’Loughlin, vice president for integrated marketing at New York Public Radio

— By Daryl Lang. Filed under Advertising

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