ART WORKS: A Poster Contest to Support American Jobs
Call for Submissions:
The Obama campaign is seeking poster submissions from artists and designers across the country to convey why we support President Obama's plan to create jobs now, and why we'll re-elect him to continue fighting for jobs for the next four years. You can make your poster about that broad theme, or focus on a specific aspect: why we've got to rebuild and modernize our roads and bridges, help veterans find work once they've returned home from service, support the small businesses that are the engine of our economy, make sure teachers can stay in their classrooms, and so on.
The posters should include the words from one of the suggested slogans below or visually interpret the concepts they represent.
The campaign will choose 12 finalists once the submission period closes on November 4, 2011, then put the finalists to a vote.
Finalists will be chosen based on the following criteria:
•Adherence to stated theme: Why you support President Obama's plan to create jobs now and his re-election campaign to continue fighting for jobs for the next four years.
•Appropriateness of tone: Conveying determination and strength
•Creativity and aesthetics
•Quality of workmanship
Three winners will get a framed print of their poster signed by President Obama and a limited edition of their poster will be sold in the campaign store with proceeds benefiting the campaign.
Here is my submission:
(H.T. The Lonely Conservative via The Daily Caller.)