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Bye Bye Dubya and Thank You

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 17-01-2009 21:35 | Category: Activism, Politics



Bye Bye Dubya
Graffiti in Melbourne. (Source: Flickr)

Thank you Mr. Bush for those wonderful years. The past eight years were devastating on many levels. But for us, designers, artists, copywriters and others it was a great time. This post is for you in case you didn’t know what your existence meant for us. 30 examples from all over the world!


For commercial work see the great posts at CreativeBits and Billboardom.

Ad from Budapest, Hungary made for the Amnesty International Make Some Noise human rights concert held on the Danube river in front of the building of the Parliament.

Bye Bye Dubya

Greenpeace China: “Everyone’s entitled to an opinion. Voice yours at forum.greenpeace.org

Bye Bye Dubya

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Amnesty International: Presidential origami. Original post by Jeroen.


Amnesty International: See No Evil. More of this campaign here.

Bye Bye Dubya

Avaaz: In bed with Bush, Putin and Chirac. Original post here.


Amnesty International: powerofyourvoice.org. “Guantanamo is illegal. We must close it as soon as possible.”

Bye Bye Dubya

Littlebrotheriswatching.com is a site about the Bush administration’s domestic wiretapping program. Original post here.

Bye Bye Dubya

Amnesty International: Stamps. More of this campaign: Lick the Leader.

lick the leader

25 Peaces (Austria). Original post here (in Dutch).

europart

Anima Pro, a Romanian association for lost animals: A dog loves you the way you are. Original post here.

anima pro

One of many anti-Bush billboards in Havana. (Source: Flickr)

Bye Bye Dubya

A billboard in Phoenix with Bush and his co-horts titled “We Lied To You For Your Own Good”. (Source: Flickr)

Bye Bye Dubya

Georgia welcomes Bush, 2005. (Source: Flickr)

Bye Bye Dubya

This Mexican ad for a dog kennel is ready to accept Bush to their premises: “We don’t discriminate any kind of breed.” (In Mexico “Dog” means lowlife)

Bye Bye Dubya

Culture jamming in San Francisco. The billboards of the movie Lord of War were defaced with Bush’s collage picture made from portraits of dead soldiers. (Source: Flickr)

Bye Bye Dubya

A billboard by the Obama campaign in Minneapolis-St.Paul, 2008. (Source: Flickr)

Bye Bye Dubya

Amnesty International Spain.

Bye Bye Dubya

Flying shreds of paper after shoes were hurled at the poster of President George Bush outside the US Consulate in Montreal, Canada. People went out in freezing -24 C weather to show support the Iraqi journalist Muntadar al-Zeizi (from the Bush Shoe incident). (Source: Flickr)

Bye Bye Dubya

George Bush’s baby. (Source: Flickr)

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Bye Bye Dubya

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Bush & Sons, family butchers. (Source: Jetcomx)

Bye Bye Dubya

Bush & Sons, family butchers. (Source: Jetcomx)

Bye Bye Dubya

George W. Bush as an old school football player clutching a bomb. This is by Maya and was found in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Source: Jetcomx)

Bye Bye Dubya

From madeyouthink.org. 312 images like this one.

Bye Bye Dubya

This image is from the Stop Bush Project, a documentation of anti-Bush sentiment from around the world expressed through graffiti, placards, flyers and other spontaneous, ‘guerilla’ means. The images are a gallery of visitor donated photos collected from 2004 through 2009.

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