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The editor in chief said the outlet did it for the first time in its nearly 100-year history to mark a "consequential" moment.
“It's ‘hope and change’ versus ‘grope and strange,'" said "The Late Show" comedian.
Artist Shepard Fairey discusses the power of art and why culture is America's greatest export.
Posters submitted to Amplifier Foundation's call for art are going on view in an art center in Seattle.
Shepard Fairey, Jessica Sabogal and Ernesto Yerena want to visualize the non-partisan principles that characterize America.
But the artist says he doesn't find Hillary Clinton "inspiring enough" to illustrate.
Swoon. Thalassa installation in progress at the Detroit Institute of Art. Detroit, Michigan. (photo © Jaime Rojo) Tyree Guyton
If he were to make a "Hope"-style portrait of Trump, it'd involve one word: "Ego."
Appropriation of every type of visual art, music, dance... even cultural attributes has been taking place since the dawn of time.