A hand-painted campaign banner from Columbia, Missouri. The banner features the Obama campaign logo on the left side, with the words [ Yes / we / can! ] to the right. Signatures and doodles by campaign staffers, volunteers, and supporters cover the rest of the banner.
A hand-painted campaign banner from Columbia, Missouri. The banner features a rendition of the Shepard Fairey portrait of Obama on the right side. The word [ HOPE ] is painted to the left in blue, with the Obama campaign logo used as the 'O.'
A handmade cloth banner of white paint on a black cloth. A quote on the banner reads: [When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes a duty]. The banner was used as the backdrop for speakers and activists during an October 2014 Ferguson, Missouri protest rally after the police shooting of Michael Brown.