Shepard Fairey has a prominent new canvas — or 11.
The street artist has teamed up with Neil Young to create the artwork for the rocker's new album with Crazy Horse, "Americana," the band's first release in nine years.
Fairey isn't just tagging the cover — he's creating an original painting for each track on the album. The artwork will be for sale at a one-day private exhibition at Santa Monica's Perry Rubenstein Gallery on June 1 and is expected to be on display for the masses in upcoming music videos and the staging of Young's "Americana" tour.
Images include the Queen of England and Betsy Ross stitching American and British flags against the text, "God save the land of liberty," the New York Times reports.