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Anatomy of a campaign

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / January 25, 2009

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Shepard Fairey's Obama posters have been a runaway hit. Here's how it happened. ORIGIN: Like most of Fairey's work, the Obama image came from a photo he saw online. Fairey colored and tweaked it, then added the word "Hope." Variations featured the words "Vote" and "Change." (Full article: 295 words)

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