can & did exhibition: graphics, art, and photos from the obama campaign
can & did exhibition: graphics, art, and photos from the obama campaign can & did exhibition: graphics, art, and photos from the obama campaign
jan 18, 2009

can & did exhibition: graphics, art, and photos from the obama campaign

by renan molin

can & did: graphics, art, and photography from the obama campaign
at: danziger Projects, new york, USA
from: january 20 – february 28, 2009

celebrations have already started in washington and now seems a fitting time to look back at the numerous and varied examples of visual work that appeared during the 2008 presidential election. to coincide with barrack obama’s inauguration danziger projects presents the exhibition ‘can & did’, which showcases work from the original barack obama ‘O’ mark to the many independent posters created in support of obama throughout his campaign.

by michael bierut

by robert indiana

by lance wyman

by shepard fairey

by shepard fairey

‘can & did’ features work by:

michael bierut, shepard fairey, robert indiana, annie leibovitz, mr. brainwash, michael murphy, paula scher, sol sender, sndy keene, amanda gentry, mickalene thomas, david turnley, lance wyman, jim young and work from the design for obama website.


danziger projects: — via daily heller

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