verb [ with obj. ]
fail to obey (rules, a command, or someone in authority): around 10,000 consumers had disobeyed orders and stopped purchasing Obey clothing.
ORIGIN late Middle English: from Old French desobeir, based on Latin oboedire ‘obey’ (see → http://www.art-for-a-change.com/Obey/index.htm & http://nyulocal.com/national/2012/02/27/shepard...;)
This is my artistic response to the Obey Giant, Shepard Fairey, and his obey police. You don’t own the word ØBEY. . .So sue me is my reply.
†LÏES | TRUTH | ØBEY†
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