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FLOOD AND SHERPARD FAIREY FOR NIVA
10/6/20

FLOOD Magazine and visual artist Shepard Fairey are teaming up to help drive support for the National Independent Venue Alliance. Celebrating the power of music and art to create positive change, the special 160-page Action Issue is filled with cover stories, three original art covers and limited-edition art print. 100% of the proceeds will support NIVA.

Fairey has designed the three special covers for the Action Issue. One of the Fairey-selected covers will be sold as a special limited-edition art print. 100% of the proceeds from the autographed poster art prints will also benefit NIVA.

Along with Fairey, the special issue was created in partnership with guest editors, artists, photographers, organizers and creators including H.E.R., Cordae, David Byrne, Vic Mensa, Michael Stipe, Patti Smith, Nicholas Braun, Flaming Lips, Rock The Vote organizers, HeadCount and more.

"I was honored to create this issue of FLOOD's cover art, which is meant to inspire action and hope for the future,” shared Fairey. “We can all remember the shows that shaped us, and the spaces where we experienced them, and I urge you to do what you can to support our independent venues so that many more generations can find their space too.”

Rev. Moose, Executive Director/Co-Founder of NIVA, added, "The money being raised for the NIVA Emergency Relief Fund will bring much-needed support to independent venues and promoters that are in dire positions.”

“We thank Shepard Fairey for his support in helping us to elevate awareness of the voices, actions and initiatives of the creators featured in this special issue,” said Randy Bookasta, Co-Publisher/Editorial Director of FLOOD Magazine.

You can purchase the Action Issue here.