“Dumbald’s Amerikkka” by Christopher “C-M∀И ” Neal

“This art piece is created especially for you by a freedom-loving citizen of the world.”

This painting is created as part of The Art of the Heal project through our partners at the Healium Center in Atlanta.”

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Dear Mr. President,

#HigherPath

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“A Man Who Can Be Provoked by a Tweet” by Alex Krupowies

“This art piece is created especially for you by a freedom-loving citizen of the world.”

This painting is created as part of The Art of the Heal project through our partners at the Healium Center in Atlanta.”

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Dear Mr. President,

“A man who can be provoked by a tweet should not have access to the nuclear codes.” -HRC

Think twice for once in your life.

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“Pussy Cat with Pussy Hat” by Wendy Sittner

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Hi Don,

I want to show you this artwork I made to commemorate my day at the Women’s March on January 21, 2017. I call this artwork “Pussycat with Pussyhat.” Some of the details in the artwork reference symbols and phrases with which you are familiar, such as the pussyhat and “I grab back.” But I will share with you some of the details that are specific to my family. I included in the artwork an image of the poster my sister made, and I included an image of the poster I made. I also attached an image of one of the official march parachutes that I helped to paint in preparation for the march. I am most proud of a note I included from Planned Parenthood; the note thanks me for the contribution I made in honor of my one-year-old nephew and three-year-old niece, prompted by your election to office. Finally, there is a photo in my artwork of some of my family members and friends who joined together to attend the march. This was in fact my sister’s first time attending a political march. So I thank you for igniting her motivation to engage in the political climate of our nation and for pushing her into the role of an activist.

You Are In My Thoughts,

Wendy

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“What’s Going On?” by Wendy Sittner

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Hi Don,

I wonder if Marvin Gaye knew just how timeless his politically charged song would be when he sang “What’s Going On?” I drew this illustration and pasted it around the streets of Washington, D.C., knowing that it would likely be well-received, especially given that Marvin Gaye’s hometown was D.C. In fact, the artwork was so well-received that while I was pasting it to city walls, one passerby volunteered to hold the image in place while I pasted, and another passerby asked me to take his picture in front of the artwork. I know you are a fan of social media, so I will share with you some of the comments that people posted on Instagram in response to work: -“What’s going on? A question still unanswered.” -“Preach, Marvin, preach.” -“Marvin. Can’t. Even.” -“You know we’ve got to find a way to bring some lovin’ here today.” The artwork was also featured on two Instagram feeds based in D.C. that together have over 76,000 followers. This was my first experience creating street art and exhibiting it to the public. Thank you for giving me such contentious material for my illustrated commentary that turned out to be so popular.

You Are In My Thoughts,

Wendy

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