"And so we thought it was the right time to make a campaign that’s about diversity and inclusion, about people seeing the common bonds we have, and our connections as human beings. The idea was to take back a lot of this patriotic language in a way that we see is positive and progressive, and not let it be hijacked by people who want to say that the American flag or American concepts only represent one narrow way of thinking." -- Shepard FaireyShepard Fairey captured the zeitgeist in 2008 with his iconic "Hope" poster. That was then. This is now.
Thursday, January 19, 2017
March On -- This Is Patriotism
Posted by Lovechilde at 10:55 AM