Sex, drugs, and politics are the three taboos polite folk avoid. Artists, on the other hand, mustn’t be terribly concerned with social agendas, considering that they’ve traditionally tapped those very topics to produce great works. During an election cycle, we see an added injection of politics in subversive art. From Shepard Fairey’s now-famous Obama poster, to the stenciled, anti-government graffiti that’s flourishing across Broward County — it’s safe to say the art world is hanging on this election’s results with baited breath and... More >>>