About "Our Democracy is on the Line: Vote"

“The public expression of our political culture will always be important, and so will aspirational art that gives people the energy to keep fighting for Democracy, Equality and Liberty,” said Shepard Fairey who contributed Our Democracy is on the Line: Vote. “Art helps us cut through political noise and gives us a path of progressive resistance. America needs that now more than ever. People want to propel forward and I believe art can help us do that.”

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We must keep fighting for Liberty, Equality, and Democracy. Georgians, we need you to turn out and vote during the runoff election by December 6th.

Spread the message by sharing this piece from artist Shephard Fairey - and vote by Dec 6! Learn more at georgiavotes.art. #GeorgiaArtProject #ArtistsFortheAmericanWay #peoplefor

About Shepard Fairey

Shepard Fairey is a contemporary street artist, graphic artist and social activist who emerged from the skateboarding scene and is now part of the Street Art movement. Fairey’s most recognizable work is Andre the Giant Has a Posse, Rock the Vote, Obey Giant, and the Barack Obama Hope poster, the iconic image made popular during the 2008 presidential election season. He was commissioned twice by Time Magazine to design the 2011 cover honoring “The Protester” as Person of the Year in the wake of the Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street and other social movements around the world. He was born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina.

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