Kitty (Pink Edition)

Shepard Fairey

In this tenacious visual, the usual timidity and coyness of the “Hello Kitty” brand is given a dystopian twist. Instead of encountering a shy, meek kitten clad in pink and assimilabe to any child’s collection, this feline has an angry stare and is imbued with aggressive red colouring. Given that Hello Kitty is traditionally a favourite brand among young girls, to so nakedly subvert its usual message is indicative of Shephard Fairy’s radical gender politics.


  • Artist: Shepard Fairey
  • Year: 2010
  • Medium: Screen Print on Paper (Signed.)
  • Size: 61cm x 64cm
  • Edition: Edition of 250


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