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“Dump Trump” and “Hill Yeah” Pins and Patches Want to Make You Laugh—and Vote

In the interminable runup to the U.S. presidential election, Hillary Clinton recruited 45 designers around the country to create campaign buttons, and AIGA member designers have created a range of free downloadable posters encouraging citizens to exercise their right to vote. Design can’t save the election and political Pins Won’t Save the World, but that hasn’t stopped New York City–based Sagmeister & Walsh from producing an 11th-hour series of pins, stickers, bumper stickers, patches, temporary tattoos, t-shirts and posters designed to galvanize the millennial vote.
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