It may be the last chapter in a series of lawsuits and criminal actions involving Echo Park's sometimes street artist Shepard Fairey.
The New York Times and other media outlets are reporting that Fairey was sentenced to two years probation Friday and hit with a $25,000 fine in a New York federal court.
Fairey pleaded guilty early this year to criminal contempt charges tied to his tampering with evidence that showed he did not have legal permission to use an Associated Press image to make his Obama "Hope" poster.
Fairey had separately settled a civil lawsuit with Associated Press in the past.
Fairey hasn't been seen much this year in Echo Park.
He's been busy with high-profile projects like retooling the Rolling Stones' lips logo for their 50th anniversary tour.
Fairey has been accused of selling out, though we did see him at a .
But some argue that a criminal conviction is helping him keep his street cred.
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