Design for Obama
Posters for Change: A Grassroots Anthology
Design for Obama: A Visual Testament of Inspiration is a remarkable collection curated by Spike Lee and Aaron Perry-Zucker. This book captures the essence of Barack Obama's historic presidential campaign through over 200 captivating pro-Obama posters. From its inception, the Obama campaign sparked a grassroots movement driven by inclusivity and empowerment.
Design for Obama took this movement to new heights by creating an online platform for artists, designers, and supporters to share and inspire one another. The iconic "Hope" poster by Shepard Fairey became a symbol of the campaign's enduring impact, inspiring countless designs seen across the country. This curated collection, edited by Perry-Zucker and Spike Lee, features contributions from renowned artists and emerging talents alike. With insightful essays by Spike Lee, Perry-Zucker, and design historian Steven Heller, this book serves as a visual testament to the creativity that played a vital role in Obama's journey to victory.
Design for Obama: A Visual Testament of Inspiration is a must-have for those seeking a tangible memento of a transformative time in American politics. It offers a glimpse into a movement that captured the nation's spirit and showcases the power of art to inspire change.
teven Heller, Spike Lee, Aaron Perry-Zucker (Autore)
My video review of the book (Italian)