12 illustrazioni con cui gli artisti hanno raccontato le elezioni USA su Instagram

Di Redazione Digital
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Photo credit: Alessandra Olanow - Instagram
Photo credit: Alessandra Olanow - Instagram

From ELLE Decor

Quando, dopo giorni con il fiato sospeso, i media americani hanno finalmente annunciato la vittoria di Biden su Trump negli Stati Uniti, e nel mondo in generale, è esplosa la festa, un’onda di speranza che ha coinvolto tutti coloro che vedono nel nuovo presidente eletto l’opportunità di guardare a un futuro più giusto per tutti. A scaldare i cuori c’è stata poi anche l’elezione a vicepresidente di Kamala Harris, prima donna a ricoprire quel ruolo.

Tutto questo per molti artisti e illustratori si è trasformato nell’ispirazione per la creazione di immagini che raccontano di un nuovo capitolo nella storia degli Usa, della ricucitura di un paese diviso, di gioia…

Noi abbiamo provato a raccogliere le migliori che abbiamo trovato su Instagram. Eccole!

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A fisga cartoon editorial da revista D.

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Can’t wait for January 20, 2021.

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today was a good day. 💛

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✨mood✨ (I’m the raccoon)

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What a wonderful, wonderful morning. This country chose (albeit not as unanimously as we'd hoped) to elect a team of individuals who are dedicated to compassion and equality. And .... I also woke up to, uh, way too many notifications. Turns out the Kamala design of mine and @goodtrubble's has gone ... viral? Which makes me so happy for Gordon, owner of WTF America (Good Trubble). He deserved this. And I cannot stress enough what a wonderful human and business partner he is. Just to clear up some misinformation (because that should be expected, and it's totally okay) ... the design was by myself and @goodtrubble. Not Kara Walker - although I can see how it's reminiscent of her, for sure! And I love her work. I designed it in Photoshop myself☺ We have the legal rights to it, and - yes - tagging and mentioning us is so so so appreciated. Spread the word where you can. Most importantly, if you want a shirt with this design on it, head over to wtfamerica2017.com (link in @goodtrubble's bio) and support a fantastic black-owned business in Sacramento. And if you want a print - lots of people have been asking. We're working on it!! Follow @goodtrubble and stay tuned. We'll announce it when or if we do! I'll get to responding to all of your wonderful messages and follows and comments soon. But for now I'm tackling @goodtrubble's page, and enjoying THE FANTASTIC NEWS. Here's to the future.

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