Street Artist Wanted by Police

Street artist Shepard Fairey is wanted by police in Detroit after they say he tagged buildings across the city.
You may not know his name, but you probably know some of his work
An arrest warrant has been issued for the designer, best known for creating the "Hope" image of President Obama during his 2008 election campaign.
He was commissioned to paint a huge, 18-story mural in Detroit last month, but police say he used his down time to plaster buildings with posters.
Detroit police sergeant Rebecca McKay said, ."When you're in Detroit, we welcome your work, Shepard Fairey, your commissioned work, not your Wild West work," The warrant accuses him of two counts of malicious destruction of property.