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Curtis Kulig x OBEY "LOVE ME" Project

Curtis Kulig is the artist behind the ambiguous, mixed-message “Love Me” tags you may have before

Curtis Kulig is the artist behind the ambiguous, mixed-message “Love Me” tags you may have before seen on the sides of buildings high above New York City streets, or in galleries featuring canvas prints of the same. The longtime friend of Shepard Fairey is collaborating with OBEY for the first time, on a line of limited-edition apparel for men and women in OBEY’s 2012 Spring/Summer catalog. The line remains faithful to the work of both artists, with OBEY’s signature aesthetic and Giant graphic getting finished with Kulig’s all-over Love Me tag. Available now from the OBEY online store, you can peep the full collection here.

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