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That time I talked on the phone with Shepard Fairey.

Then This Happened Comic
He was very nice when we spoke. The whole reason we release our work under creative commons is that we believe in the right to reuse and rebuild creative work. Still, I had hoped to meet HR the singer.

Here is a link to what I had posted on my band's website in 2012
http://www.lorenzosmusic.com/2012/11/the-new-bad-brains-album-art-is-our.html

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