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Behold Shepard Fairey’s Patriotic Michael Moore Mondo Poster

Behold Shepard Fairey's Patriotic Michael Moore Mondo Poster


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With only a few days left until the nationwide debut of Michael Moore’s “Where to Invade Next,” the geniuses over at Mondo are celebrating by teaming up with world-renowned street artist and graphic designer Shepard Fairey for a limited edition poster that is heavy on the patriotism. 

“Where to Invade Next,” Moore’s first film in the six years since the release of “Capitalism: A Love Story,” finds the director traveling the globe and “invading” other countries to see how they operate and handle a wide range of social, economic and political issues. 

In his B+ review of the documentary, Indiewire’s Eric Kohn wrote, “Whether sitting in an elementary school’s dining hall or hanging out with happy prisoners, [Moore’s] agenda never builds to any kind of grand takeaway. He skewers American exceptionalism by implication, letting his subjects do most of the work…Waving his American flag around the world, Moore embodies an attitude rather than relying on a series of blunt publicity stunts. Far from upstaging his subject, he merges with it.”

“Where to Invade Next” hits theaters this Friday, February 12. Check out the Mondo poster below.

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