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Here’s the deal. These posters are my original creations, and I am granting non-exclusive reproduction and distribution rights to these files and the prints made from these files to anyone, up until election day on November6, 2012. After the election, these permissions are withdrawn, and I reassert the exclusive copyright to these works.

The idea is to support the re-election of President Obama to another four-year term. To that end, you can print as many of these posters as you wish and give them away or sell them, but that right evaporates on November 6, 2012.

Also, you are not allowed to modify these works in any way, or to falsely claim credit for their creation, or to make any other false claims with respect to the works.

New – 2012 Obama Poster Downloads

Letter size (8.5 x 11) on Scribd.com

Tabloid size (11 x 17) on Scribd.com

Tabloid size (11 x 17) on Scribd.com

Vintage 2008 Obama Posters are no longer available.

November 5, 2008

Mission accomplished – free download offers now withdrawn.  Thanks for your help.

You can buy a 16 in. x 20 in. print on CafePress – here.

Obama poster - words - thumb

Or buy a 16 in. x 20 in. poster of this second design on CafePress – here.
Obama poster - words - thumb

Note: I created these designs in February, 2008 because at first there was a severe shortage of Obama campaign signs. I let people download the files for 11″ x 17″ versions for free, right through the general election on November 4th.

Once Barack Obama was elected President, the campaign was over, I had done my part, and I have discontinued the free downloads.

These designs were downloaded more than 50,000 times from February to November. Now you can buy 16 in. x 20 in. posters of my two favorites.

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October 6, 2008

The final push!

Obama-Biden campaign cards (3.5″ x 2″)

My last effort for the cause. Download and print yourself, or have it done for you. Read about it on my business card blog – Obama-Biden campaign cards.

Get Obama Elected! Find Your Voice with a T-Shirt from CafePress

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Digg this!

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March 13, 2008 – The art of Christopher Cox.

Christopher Cox, a graphics artist in Colorado has made the above collection of Obama posters (11″ x 17″) available for free download. See his site, Change the Thought.

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Original art of Tom Fox

Obama

Obama “Just words” – poster


Size: 11″ x 17″ – full color press ready

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New for February 20, 2008 – It is astonishing to me that any American politician would disrespect the power of words. Our revolt against the British monarchy was initiated with a written document, the Declaration of Independence. For more than 200 years our entire system of government has been structured by the words of the U. S. Constitution, and the constitutions of every state. The Rule of Law and basic due process of law requires that the rules be written down in words, and that judges must explain their decisions in words.

Thus, this poster showing the first page of the U. S. Constitution, and a play on words. “Just words,” meaning “words that are just and fair.”

Obama flag poster - link to free download

Obama flag “Yes, we can” – poster


Size: 11″ x 17″ – full color press ready

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Obama four poster - link to free download

Four Obama poster


Size: 11″ x 17″ – full color press ready

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Obama four poster - link to free download

Obama President poster


Size: 11″ x 17″ – full color press ready

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Obama-Biden poster - link to free download

Large Obama – Biden 2008 poster

Thanks to Mark Tucker for the enlargement.

Size: 28″ x 44″ – 150 dpi JPEG file

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Here are some free downloads of my original designs for a few Barack Obama posters. They can be hung in a window or on a wall, as posters. When printed on thick card stock weight paper or glued to a cardboard backing and nailed to a stick, they can be used as placards or yard signs.

Why 11 x 17 tabloid size?

Tabloid-size color printing is within the capabilities of nearly any commercial color laser printer. This means you can download these PDF files and have them printed at almost any fast print shop, inexpensively.

Burn the PDFs on a CD and take it to your printer.

You can also order on-line and skip the burning to CD part, using Fedx Kinko’s, Office Depot, or Staples, just to name a few.

This way you can have printed copies overnight for $2 – $3 each.

These are free, with no strings attached.

Take these poster designs, print them and sell them at rallies or give them away. If you sell the posters, you can Keep the profit for yourself, give the profit to the Obama campaign, use the profit to print up more posters, pay your bills, or have a party. Use your imagination.

Do what you want to do. My purpose in making these downloads available was to help Barack Obama get elected.  That has been accomplished, and the files are no longer offered.

Written by Tom Fox

02/18/2008 at 1:45 pm

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