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My Favorite Taco ~ Shepard Fairey

11:42 AM PDT on August 14, 2007

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The taco lifestyle crosses all boundaries and includes anyone who wants to be a part of it-- emerging art stars born in South Carolina are no exception. Graphic designer Shepard Fairey, who made his name on the streets of LA, is a resident and promoter of our city even when he's attending art premieres in London or putting his work up on the streets of Copenhagen. A massive influence on street art, our city, and the taco lifestyle as a whole, we've been wanting to ask Shep about his favorite taco spots for a long time...

Reached by telephone, Shepard was unequivocal about his favorite taco spot: Cactus Taqueria #1 in Hollywood. His whole crew from his business, Studio Number One, digs the tacos and burritos at Cactus, and can be found there on the regular.

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