- Political posters remain one of the most effective and powerful tools for communicating with voters
- They can hold leaders accountable, poke fun at people's weaknesses, and possibly even influence election outcomes
Carol A. Wells is the founder and executive director of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics, an educational and research archive with more than 90,000 social movement and protest posters from around the world. www.politicalgraphics.org
(CNN)The pedestrian visual language of established party candidates makes the all too rare, visually adventurous political campaign posters memorable and effective.