The Design Museum held an exhibition on how graphic design and technology have played a pivotal role in the reaction to the politics of our time. It was so interesting and it is still on until 12th August 2018. The exhibit covered many current topics such as Donald Trump, Brexit and Grenfell Tower.
This famous poster was designed by Shepard Fairey in 2008. The name of this exhibition is a play on this poster. As it was titled 'Hope' while Obama was campaigning and renamed to Hope to Nope following the change in approach that we have seen since Donald Trump took over.
All-Seeing Trump Machine
Launched a month before the 2016 presidential election, this 'misfortune' telling machine aimed to give voters a taste of having Donald Trump as president before he was elected. It was intended to be creepy and say inappropriate things. Created by Andy Dao, Nathaniel Lawlor, Jon Barco, Byron Denman.
There was a huge wall of witty Trump posters, mainly focussing on his hair and orange-ness.
To find more information about this exhibition and buy tickets, click this link.
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