LOOK: Post! A Politically Charged Poster Show @ Cafe Hey

Post! A Politically Charged Poster Show @ Cafe Hey – opened on August 25, 2012 to run concurrently with the Republican National Convention (RNC) 2012. Cafe Hey is located at 1540 N. Franklin Street, Tampa, FL.

POST! A Politically Charged Poster Art Show

The show features 70+ posters from people from across the US and abroad – have a look in the gallery below to see a few of the posters, and then get yourself down to Cafe Hey to see the full show. The show includes posters by: A E Scott – Alex Maldonado – Alicia Everett – Angie DiMauro – Barely Breathing Studios – Becky Rubright – Betsy van Die – Bill Badrick – Bradley Arthur – Brent Harris – Bruno Seto – Bud Good – Carlos Scanagatta – Carol Castleberry – Chardonnay Singleton – Ckrenz – Daniel Veintimilla – Eliz Barger – Garveate Ray – Giovanna Moreira – Humberto Schoen – James Hendry -Jimmy Breen – Katie Christ – Lorena Venice – Nicole Kibert – Nino Rodriguez – Patches ‘12 – Paul Glass – Ron Watson – Ryann Slauson – Sharkart – Stephanie Tripp – Trock Abilly – trs – Victor Marques Lins – and more!

Be sure to check out the show and the other Cafe Hey events happening throughout the week of the RNC12:

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  • Unfortunately, City of Tampa officials ripped down the posters that were wheatpasted on the outside of the building without even communicating the basis of the alleged violation resulting in destruction of the posters. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/28/cafe-hey-posters-rnc_n_1836463.html

    Seems like temporary signs commemorating a political event would be permitted by Sec. 20.5-7.(a)(3) “Holiday, seasonal or commemorative decorations, provided that such signs are not displayed for a period of more than sixty (60) days.”