Out of thought came the word

New Obama Book: His 101 Best Covers

DURING HIS TWO TERMS IN OFFICE President Barack Obama amassed more newspaper and magazine front covers than any other in history. This new book presents the best 101 examples from across the globe, in a special commemorative edition celebrating the startling event that was the election of the first African American president. 

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Eight years in the making, this new Barack Obama book’s selection of covers depict him in a kaleidoscope of guises, including feminist, communist, fashion model, Jew, Muslim terrorist, Messiah, Superman, George Washington, President Roosevelt, Julius Caesar and Hindu deity Lord Shiva. 

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Featured publications include ‘TIME’, ‘Newsweek’, ‘Rolling Stone’, ‘Vogue’, ‘Vanity Fair’, ‘The New Yorker’, ‘Esquire’, ‘Ebony’, ‘Essence’, ‘Vibe’, ‘The Guardian’ and ‘The New York Times’. The accompanying text discusses the design, typography, photography and political context of each cover, bringing to life this unique portrait of one of the world’s most famous men. Get it now at Amazon.

Available In FOUR Commemorative Covers

Also In The Series.........

Fake Views? The Donald Trump Book Of Covers

THE ILLUSTRATED STORY OF PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump’s rise from real estate mogul to the White House, told through a unique collection of 240 of his front covers, from 1979 to the present. Witness Trump depicted as the anti-Christ, Adolf Hitler, The Joker, a Ku Klux Klansman, a terrorist, a psychopath, a narcissist and a sexual predator, to name but a few. 

By Ben Arogundade. Get it now at Amazon.

Out Now In Amazing Hardback & Softcover Versions

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