By: Steven Heller
The fragile state of the fledgling Tea Party movement, which is riven with policy disagreements over how its revolt should be managed, appears to have one thing together — posters.
For all its reckless rhetoric — Americans will be “boiled to death in the cauldron of the nanny state” — the posters have a certain primitive flair.
As the Tea Party is drawing up plans for a formal committee that will raise funds and direct support to conservative candidates (and Sarah Palin is picking up her cheerleader’s megaphone) the grass roots of the party is digging into their tea bag of graphic tricks.
By the way, my favorite tea is Revolution (ironic, no?).