Shepard “The Obama Guy” Fairey and Nike Collaborate for USMNT

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Written By Chris Azzopardi

World-famous street artist Shepard Fairey, the same Shepard Fairey who designed the iconic Barack Obama “HOPE” poster from the President’s 2008 campaign, has brought his creative agency Studio Number One and the people at Nike together yet again for an exclusive collaboration to create a series of limited edition t-shirts in preparations for the USMNT’s chase for their second straight Gold Cup title this summer.

The t-shirt uses the same motto, “Indivisible”, that was chosen to feature on the United States’ new red jersey that debuted in the draw vs Argentina on March 26th at the New Meadowlands Stadium.

One nation Indivisible.

Inspired by vintage Americana, liberty, justice, and military/street art, the T-shirts will be given away to all American Outlaw members on matchday June 4 in Foxboro, MA. With the Gold Cup approaching, it’s time now more than ever to band together as one, indivisible.

It’s more than just 11 players on the pitch. It’s coaches, families, friends, and fans. It’s you. Only the divided shall fall. All the way to the Gold Cup final on June 25, We Are Indivisible.

These are fresh enough to make any USA supporter want to join the club. If you’re at Foxboro tomorrow be on the lookout for the Outlaws.

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