The large format 24 x 36 Obama Commemorative Posters are now in the official Changethethought storefront and are available for purchase. These posters were produced with the utmost attention to detail out of respect for Barack Obama and all that he has achieved. This poster was featured and sold at the Manifest Hope show at the DNC in Denver, Colorado.

The posters are produced in bright vivid color and will easily fit a standard American-sized poster frame. They have been printed on extra heavy durable 80lb Mohawk Felt paper which gives the print a canvas like texture while holding true to the color. Every single poster has been signed and numbered. A limited quantity were printed and several have already sold at the Manifest Hope show. The posters are selling for $50 dollars a piece and a percentage of the profit from every sale will go towards the Obama for America campaign.

You can purchase one here.  International orders and credit cards are accepted. Posters are shipped in durable heavy .125 inch thick tubes to prevent damage during transit.

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6 Responses to “Obama Commemorative Poster”

  1. lifter baron Says:

    This poster looks awesome man. Great job.

  2. Below The Beltway » Blog Archive » Exploiting The Obama Loving Hordes Says:

    […] And if a crappy coin and a useless plate aren’t good enough for you, there’s also the “President Barack Obama Commemorative Figurine“, the “Limited Edition Four-Year Calendar” (obviously the people selling this aren’t banking on a two-term Presidency), the “Exclusive Barack Obama Commemorative Pendant Necklace”, and the “Obama Commemorative Poster“. […]

  3. Larry Says:

    How about an Obama Commemorative Paper Plate? http://www.obamapaperplate.com

  4. obamabilia | Blatherings Blog Says:

    […] you can get almost anything marking this ‘historic moment’ in time. besides coins, and posters, you can even get this lovely obama figurine — however, i am not sure if it’s a bobble […]

  5. Chris Says:

    I’ll take that paper plate and use it to eat some Obama O’s.

  6. Devin-Weiss Says:

    Barack Obama’s book, “The Audacity of Hope,” has a catchy title. It has an idea of bravery mixed confidently. There is nothing Pollyanna about that. I may not support every part he tells, but he’s our president, and for me, he inspires confidence. That can do more for a region than any amount of backroom deals. Hope gives us energy, and energy sustains us through trying times. Boy, we’ve had them. I’m from West Texas, and I did not vote for Bush. When McCain ran against Obama, I was a citizen of Arizona, but I gave audacious hope a chance. The fight for progress and laying the foundations of prosperity is not over. I’ve seen the quips of those that don’t think Obama is able to do it. But step back a second. Would anyone have most of us fail only to tarnish the star of an incumbent for whom they did not vote? Trying to keep our priorities straight, let’s work together with this president and build our future.

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