Post-Presidential Debate Stickers Let People Wear Their Feelings
Design firm Sagmeister & Walsh created a new range of campaign buttons as a response to the political climate in the U.S.
This year’s presidential debates have been intense. One literally has to live under a rock in order to get away from politics. For the most part, people have fairly strong opinions about this year’s main presidential candidates. This is apparent through examples such as strongly-worded Facebook statuses from friends that never seemed to care about politics before, and celebrities participating in dozens of campaigns to get people to vote. Design firm Sagmeister & Walsh and associated friends decided to take action and go against a specific candidate in a creative campaign labeled “Pins Won’t Save The World.”
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