Two weeks ago, we here at Jetcomx published a short article entitled 14 Amazing Works of Political Graffiti and Street Art from Around the World. It quickly became the most viewed article on our site. Due to the popularity of the first article, it was only natural that we once again showcase a few more hand-picked examples of the most fascinating political street art and graffiti from around the world. Without further ado, we present to you, part deux:
16. John McCain’s new campaign slogan: McCain’t. This was found in Austin, Texas.
12. Barack Obama looks good on an orange background. Designed by Billi Kid.
8. Dick Cheney clutches his infamous shotgun, dressed in Wild West garb. Designed by Billi Kid. This poster was pasted on the corner of Bellevue and Memorial Avenues in Newport, Rhode Island.
4. George W. Bush is a true cowboy at heart. This was seen on the corner of Jackson Avenue and Davis Street, Queens. Designed by Billi Kid.
2. Sarah Palin was once crowned Miss Wassilla. Maybe she has a future in bodybuilding? Both of these were found in New York City and created by Billi Kid.
1. “What’s the difference between a hockey mom and a pitbull? Lipstick.” -Sarah Palin
This stencil piece features Sarah Palin’s head on pitbull’s body wearing lipstick. It was found on Ponce de Leon Ave in Atlanta, Georgia in between Briarcliff and Highland. The artist is unknown at this time.
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