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Shepard Fairey / Obey Giant Obama Campaign Posters

Shep­ard Fairey (“Obey Giant”) and the Obama Hope image was fea­tured Wednes­day night on CBS News with Katie Couric. Here’s the seg­ment.

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Here’s the infa­mous HOPE image (aka. “Obama is Hope”), along with oth­ers that Fairey cre­ated before (and after) the his­toric elec­tion day this past Tues­day, Novem­ber 4, 2008:

Printable Political Halloween Masks

In cel­e­bra­tion of Hal­loween, You the Designer and UPrinting.com have cre­ated 4 polit­i­cal masks just in time for Fri­day night fun! These fun polit­i­cal mask designs can be eas­ily printed and cut out so you can sup­port or make fun of your favorite polit­i­cal star!

Here’s a preview:

Click on the candidate’s name below to down­load the PDF version:

Enjoy!

Source via You the Designer.

Obama’s Loss Traced — Viral Video

Sin­gle Non­voter Tipped Elec­tion To McCain-Palin Ticket”

Freakin’ hilar­i­ous. Hats off to MoveOn.org for spon­sor­ing this viral. I think its well done and does what it needs to do—it makes you laugh, think and hope­fully GO VOTE!

You may cus­tomize the video for your­self and your friends by vis­it­ing cnnbcvideo.com.

Whassup? Crew Goes Political

It’s been 8-years since their Bud­weiser com­mer­cial but the “Whas­sup?” crew are back. They made this polit­i­cal spin-off of their famous one1.

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Thanks goes out to Ryan for point­ing this out. 

  1. Here’s the orig­i­nal Bud ver­sion. []

Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds Hosting Free Concert at Virginia Commonwealth University

Straight from the Ware­house (DMB fan club):

We are pleased to announce that Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds will be per­form­ing in Rich­mond, VA on Sun­day, Octo­ber 26, 2008 at the ALLTEL Pavil­ion at the VCU Stu­art C. Siegel Cen­ter to urge Vir­gini­ans to vote for the change our coun­try needs—affordable, acces­si­ble health care for every Amer­i­can, tax relief for mid­dle class fam­i­lies strug­gling in this econ­omy and a respon­si­ble end to the Iraq war.

The “Last Chance for Change” per­for­mance will be free and open to all Vir­ginia res­i­dents and stu­dents, how­ever tick­ets ARE required. Two (2) free tick­ets are avail­able per per­son on a first-come, first served basis.

You may get your tick­ets from the 2 fol­low­ing locations:

  • Rich­mond Cam­paign for Change Office
    1710 E Franklin St.
    Rich­mond, VA 23220
  • Char­lottesville Cam­paign for Change Office
    104 Wert­land St.
    Char­lottesville, VA

Key items that you should know if inter­ested and plan­ning on going:

  • Tick­ets are avail­able start­ing at 10:00 a.m. ET on Sat­ur­day, Octo­ber 18.
  • Cam­paign for Change offices are open from 9:00am to 9:00pm ET daily.
  • For secu­rity rea­sons, please do not bring bags and please limit per­sonal items.
  • No signs or ban­ners are permitted.

Again, here’s the day-of-concert infor­ma­tion that you should now:
ALLTEL Pavil­ion at the Stu­art C. Siegel Center
Vir­ginia Com­mon­wealth University
Rich­mond, VA

Sun­day, Octo­ber 26, 2008
Media access: 5:30 p.m.
Doors open: 6:00 p.m.
Show starts: 7:00 p.m.

More info avail­able via barackobama.com/dave. Good luck, go vote, and enjoy!