Posted by: charlieinman | January 11, 2012

Shepard Fairey’s HOPE gets an occupy movement re-version

Shepard Fairey’s HOPE and CHANGE promoting Obama as a candidate became iconic pretty much as soon as he put them out. In fact, he did such a good job that they were adopted by Obama and his team, and the HOPE one even got stuck up in the National Portrait Gallery in the Smithsonian. Like all good iconic images, pretty soon people started to subvert it and a slew of parodies flooded the internet. This was one of my favourites:

Anyway, disappointed by his leader’s performance, Fairey has gone punk on himself and come up with this in support of the occupy movement:

Send stickerobot an S.A.E. and they’ll send you some for free.

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