Superhero Art: Let’s Get Political

If the pen is mightier than the sword than certainly the paintbrush–physical or digital–is too. Superheroes have always been political so it is no surprise that with Trump taking office and people fighting for their civil rights and lives that artist have taken to using superhero art (along with one villain) to show resistance. In a time when silence is not an option–

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–here is some impactful superhero art fitting of the #resistance.

Mike McCain

“For as long as the current immigration ban exists, I’ll be donating 100% of proceeds from all sales to the ACLU.” Prints available here.

Stephen Byrne

Posted by Artwork of Stephen Byrne on Tuesday, January 31, 2017

 

Sara Parrett

https://sparrettart.tumblr.com/post/157169404561

Phil Noto

Shing Yin Khor

David Mack

Yusef Abonamah

Anonymous (As far as I could find the original image seems to have been added anonymously to imgur.)

Herr Nilsson

The Cock Grabber – A.k.a. Pussycat Tram bridge, Alviks strand, Stockholm. Photoprint available at www.monkeystore.net

Posted by Herr Nilsson on Friday, November 4, 2016

 

Bushwick Collective Artists

 

 

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