“… to be honest I never even heard of it before. But after reading about it a bit it sounds like the place is super rich in history and has a lot of pride for community. So I think I have put it on my “to visit” list. Plus the name alone just sounds fun!”
Abraham Lincoln is one of the most iconic American presidents in history. They don’t just throw any clown on the penny. You gotta earn it. This royalty-free vector illustration is a homage to the man and the ideals that he stood for:
“Allow the president to invade a neighboring nation, whenever he shall deem it necessary to repel an invasion, and you allow him to do so whenever he may choose to say he deems it necessary for such a purpose – and you allow him to make war at pleasure.”
Patriotism in America (love it or hate it) never seems to go out of style. That’s why we have wrapped up this great assembly of American themed vector graphics. Run these up the flagpole and see who salutes:
Well, ladies and gentlemen, you heard the man. It’s time to step things up and become the change you wish to see in the world.
Start by picking up our latest Barack Obama vector collection. It consists of 25 royalty-free illustrations inspired by this modern icon.
2009 will be filled with Obama imagery. From t-shirts to coffee mugs to art installations. Get ahead of the pack with these stylish vector illustrations and logos. Make your own products and capitalize on the phenomenon that is Barack Obama.
Each well crafted vector illustration is also sold individually so that you can find the right fit for your next project.
(Originally posted back in 2009) Barack Obama will be sworn in as the next President of the United States of America. All eyes will be watching. Do not miss it.
Artisits everywhere have been insired with the message that he represents. But this is by far our favorite:
NYC is being overrun with this incredible tribute t-shirt that seems to let everyone know just who’s running the show. I think even Jam Master Jay (RIP) is smiling down on this one.
Obama’s Presidential Inaugural Committee unveiled street artist Shepard Fairey’s design commissioned for the official inaugural poster. While Obama’s top volunteers across the country anxiously await their assigned tickets for the swearing-in ceremony, we expect Fairey will be receiving prime seats. Fairey, who came to fame with his Andre the Giant “Obey” posters, papered across the nation, created one of the most iconic symbols of Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign with his lighter “Hope” image.
Publicity guru Yosi Sergant is credited with linking Fairey to the Obama effort. After Fairey printed an initial round of posters and posted the image on his website, it soon went viral. Posters and then limited edition prints soon skyrocketed in price, as collectors were eager to get their hands on the campaign memorabilia. A mixed media collage of the image was snatched up by the Smithsonian, making it the first official image of the president to be inducted into the National Portrait Gallery.
Posters are selling for $100 and 1,000 prints, signed and numbered by the artist, go for $500. All proceeds will be put toward much needed Inaugural funding, as the planned events could cost the city up to $50 million with nearly three million people expected to descend on Washington 20 January 2009.
If you won’t be around for the festivities, you can pick up your print at the Inaugural website.