Political memes made for this site eventually make their way to our image library at Democracy Chronicles Flickr. Flickr is our key location to show off our memes to the public. The memes were designed by DC Founder and Editor-in-Chief Adrian Tawfik to accompany articles on our website. Also take a look at the whole collection of memes and send your comments!
Here are our top ten memes ranked by the number of views they have tallied on Flickr up to this point:
5446 VIEWS: This is top viewed Flickr image. The drawing of Bernie is not mine, I just added an image effect on Photoshop and added the text. After this proved immediately popular, I made others for third party and independent candidates.
3000 VIEWS: This image picked up in popularity long after it was published. Hopefully it helped.
2361 VIEWS: This is one of the better quote memes that I made during the time I was producing them most.
2242 VIEWS: One of the oldest memes made in a series that was never published with an article very early on when I didn’t know how I would use them.
2211 VIEWS: Another from the same series actually done a bit better. And a great quote.
2181 VIEWS: I like this one using the Photoshop puzzle effect and a commercial photo of an internet wire as a representation of internet voting difficulties.
2087 VIEWS: Simple and easily understood image that resonates with mail voting’s success nationwide.
1998 VIEWS: Made from a drawing done by a man who escaped a North Korean prison camp.
1988 VIEWS: Bernie is huge. So were the memes related to him. Even before he was a candidate, his message against oligarchy was the same.
1984 VIEWS: North Korea political images always seem to get a big viewership. Too bad more of their locals can’t participate.