Over time at DC, hundreds of political memes were put together by founder Adrian Tawfik and this is our key location to show off these images to the public. All of these political memes and graphics are free for you to use and spread around. The slideshow here has hundreds of images you can click through and gives you a pretty good look at what you would see at our complete meme collection on Flickr. Keep in mind, Adrian is colorblind!
Democracy Chronicles has featured thousands of articles covering all things democracy and for each article, the goal is always to include great images. With Flickr, we can easily add new images with a few clicks so the account is going to be connected directly to how we publish articles going forward. The collection was designed by DC Founder and Editor-in-Chief Adrian Tawfik and stands as a record to his last few years of democracy promotion. Here is a slideshow of some of Adrian’s favorite memes:
The collection is organized into Flickr albums in addition to the Democracy Chronicles Flickr Photostream where you can see all the political artwork in one page. The Flickr albums include a collection of Democracy Chronicles logos created at different stages of development. A definite highlight is “Adrian’s Favorite Memes” where Adrian highlighted about of his fifty or so of the images he is most proud of.
Are You Interested in Contributing?
DC is actively looking for creative new contributors to join our team and political art is a great place to make an impact. If you or someone you know is interested in contributing there is no better time than the present. DC is expanding and wants to hear from people from all kinds of backgrounds and perspectives. Republican or Democrat, in Brooklyn or Bangladesh, we are looking for people who want to get their hands dirty and join the democracy fight. Contact us to get started today.
Also see our main section on Political Art or our extensive articles on World Protest!
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