Shepard Fairey x The 008 x Upper Playground Obama T-shirt

Most people have confidently nestled the fate of America in one Barack Hussein Obama as he vies for presidential candidacy in this years 2008 US elections. Widely backed by many influential entities, artist collectives Shepard Fairey and Upper Playground’s backing of Obama has gone far and wide culminating in posters and most recently t-shirts. The t-shirts featuring the words “Hope” and “Progress” will be available for sale through both Upper Playground and Obey. While no man is perfect and we’re not subjected to 24/7 worth of presidential race news, surely the man has some Achilles Heel to his platform?

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Most people have confidently nestled the fate of America in one Barack Hussein Obama as he vies for presidential candidacy in this years 2008 US elections. Widely backed by many influential entities, artist collectives Shepard Fairey and Upper Playground’s backing of Obama has gone far and wide culminating in posters and most recently t-shirts. The t-shirts featuring the words “Hope” and “Progress” will be available for sale through both Upper Playground and Obey. While no man is perfect and we’re not subjected to 24/7 worth of presidential race news, surely the man has some Achilles Heel to his platform?

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