The Unofficial Website Of The Poster Revolution

  • But it's OK when fairey does it... I got this quote from an article (towards the very bottom) on this website called the Washington Post back on Sunday, May 18, 2008
    Originally I found it through this article off


    "Dear Shepard," the candidate writes. "I would like to thank you for using your talent in support of my campaign. The political messages involved in your work have encouraged Americans to believe they can help change the status quo. Your images have a profound effect on people, whether seen in a gallery or on a stop sign."

    Messages. Images. Effect. Someone understands phenomenology. And the thing about stop signs? "He's kind of endorsing graffiti," Fairey says, "isn't he?"


    Yes he is.
    The kind of isn't necessary.

  • Joker Obama Poster Becomes Hottest Halloween Costume Trend This Year Customers combine Obama mask and Joker makeup for new Halloween costume amidst buzz over controversial Joker Obama posters.
    Redlands, CA (PRWEB) August 31, 2009 -- Continuing buzz over a fake Time Magazine cover has taken an unexpected turn as online costume retailer discovered this week.

    "We thought these were last year's items, but I guess our customers felt otherwise," said a spokesperson, "We sat down to look at our sales for the week and noticed a surprising sales trend: people were buying Obama masks and Joker makeup kits at the same time."
    PRNET Press Release

  • The next chapter in the saga unfolds...

    The poster revolution kicks it into high gear...

    Infowars is launching a new political poster contest following the viral success of the Obama Joker poster campaign.

    The posters can be related to any subject you like, whether it be the swine flu vaccine, fluoride in the water, police brutality, genetically modified food, or the man-made global warming hoax. Pick any issue you like, make a poster and then film yourself posting it in public and upload the video to You Tube or similar websites.

    Posters should be posted in public commons where other fliers, public announcements, handbills, etc., are posted. Please do not post on federal or private property as this will be considered vandalism and will be counterproductive and diminish the message of the poster.

    The poster must include “Infowars” or “Prison Planet” somewhere on the design.

    Prizes will be given to first, second and third place winners. The most dynamic, hard-hitting and artistic entries will take the prizes.

    Contest winner prizes:

    First Place: $1000

    Second Place: $500

    Third Place: $200

    Send your poster artwork to or post it on the web and send us the address. The contest runs for two weeks, from Friday, August 21, until Friday, September 4, 2009.
    Infowars Poster Revolution Contest
    Infowars Poster Revolution Contest (7)

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  • The empire strikes back

    Post Office Vandalized With Obama 'Joker' Posters
    Posted by Mehret Tesfaye | August 16th, 2009 at 12:14 pm |

    CLERMONT, Fla. — A vocal and graphic Internet campaign attacking President Barack Obama just hit Central Florida and one of its first targets was a U.S. Post Office (see images). Several Lake County residents called WFTV when they spotted the 'Joker' posters on stop signs and saw workers scraping them off the post office in Clermont.

    "He looks so mean, gruesome and evil and this is not something you want to portray your president. Very disrespectful," Clermont resident Charlene Forth told Eyewitness News.

    Clermont police question suspect in Obama Joker poster caper
    ROXANNE BROWN Staff Writer

    CLERMONT -- A week-long poster-hanging tirade by anonymous individuals peppered hundred of signs around town depicting President Barack Obama as the Joker character from the Batman movie "The Dark Knight."

    On Thursday afternoon, one suspect was questioned.

    "Through the assistance of a witness, we have spoken to one subject identified as putting the posters up and he admitted to officers he did put up some of the posters," a press release from the Clermont Police Department read.
    Clermont Police Captain Eric Jensen said when officers approached the suspect for questioning, he admitted to hanging about 500 posters and asked permission to record the encounter.

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  • The response from the people?? Jones said that Mark Dice did the Obama joker poster contest first and that's where he got the idea, I'm still looking for a video or something of Dice doing it, but that's who did it first for the record. It was a very interesting idea by the way, very lively.

  • Why is this a big deal?? Not exactly sure, not the first time someones shined a politician in an unflattering light. I guess this guy is different because they have alot invested in their ultimate corporate messiah. This was the perfect puppet in their eyes to divide black and white, dem and repub, rich and poor, poor and middle class, middle class and rich, and on and on. The ones who saw that he was fake from day one must be dehumanized and demonized, as you will notice in the establishments' controlled media's desperate dismissals of any real debate of any controversial issues, let alone dissent of any true legitimacy.

    Obama Joker posters showing up in major cities

    NYC, LA and Atlanta all have posters depicting the President as Heath Ledger's version of the Joker; parties responsible unknown
    Zack Teibloom

    Barack Obama Joker socialism poster denounced as racist
    A poster depicting President Barack Obama as Heath Ledger's "Joker" character from "The Dark Knight" has sparked controversy after it appeared on the streets of Los Angeles.
    By Toby Harnden in Washington
    Published: 6:37PM BST 04 Aug 2009

    Obama 'Joker' Poster Stirs Up Heated Debate

    Obama Joker: Spoof or insult?

    German Media Covers Obama Joker Poster

  • Where did it come from?? Creator of Barack Obama 'Joker' image was bored student
    From the telegraph...
    By Our Foreign Staff
    Published: 6:54PM BST 18 Aug 2009
    The creator of an image of Barack Obama used in a vicious Republican campaign depicting him as the 'Joker' was Firas Alkhateeb, a bored student who harboured no ill feeling towards the US president.

    OOOh those vicious republicans.

    Clean Slate: Obama Joker Artist Revealed
    Tuesday, August 18, 2009
    A 20-year-old, college history major of Palestinian descent who supported Rep. Dennis Kucinich's presidential candidacy is the anonymous artist who turned a Time magazine cover photo of Barack Obama into the nefarious Joker of the Batman series, The Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday.


    The thing to keep in mind tho is that people were photoshopping that joker design on everything with a face, sooner or later the president was gonna get the Joker treatment. Let me give a few examples. First and foremost let me submit this from vanity circa July 2008.

    Exibit A