Hat tip to Sarolta Cump for all of these Homeland-Security finds. Some of the photos were taken before the presidential race got going, but they present issues that have very much carried through into the campaign.
First: John Ryan Brubaker from Portland, Oregon, captured this street commentary a couple of years ago in Oakland, California, possibly when he was still living there.
[jrbrubaker / Flickr]
[Christopher Busta-Peck / Flickr]
Any thoughts on what that graphic is?
Robot_zombie_monkey may have just moved to Nashville from Portland, Oregon, where she took this picture. She says, “[M]ost of these posters were gone within hours of being pasted up. This particular one managed to hang on for almost two days.”
[robot_zombie_monkey / Flickr]
Click here if you’re having a hard time reading the text on the poster.
[Derek Purdy / Flickr]
Really? One of the cashier’s jobs is to offer a full update as you pay for your orange juice?tags 2006 2008 art canada civilliberties FISA graffiti homelandsecurity nativeamericans OR poster protesters signs streetart TN