Obama “Signs” Wallpaper

More wallpapers adapted from media on www.barackobama.com

Obama SIgns Wallpaper - 800 x 600 px
800 x 600 px

Obama Signs Wallpaper - 1024 x 768 px
1024 x 768 px

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Obama “I Want You” Wallpaper

Some more wallpapers adapted from the artwork on the Barack Obama website…

Obama I want you - 600 x 800 px
800 x 600 px

 Obama I want you - 1024 x 768 px
1024 x 768 px

Obama Wallpaper (1024×768)

Per request – the blue wallpaper in a 1024×768 size.  Enjoy!

Obama Blue Wallpaper 1024×768
1024 x 768 px

Obama Wallpaper

I cropped some of the gorgeous artwork on the Barack Obama website to make the following wallpaper which I’m using on my laptop…

Obama Blue Wallpaper
800 x 600 px

More “Official” Downloads

In searching through the Barack Obama website, I discovered the following downloads page which is different that the one linked to in the site’s header…

http://my.barackobama.com/page/content/downloads/

This page contains other artwork which is not on the current download page. It has a lot of great buttons and logos which are great for inserting into a website where the “widgets” do not meet your needs.

Ready to Print Letter Size PDF Obama Sign

Update: I’ve posted updated Obama Biden versions of the signs in the all caps style now being used.

If you are just looking for a plain old 8½” x 11″ sign to print out, then try the PDF document below. Everything is already formatted and ready to print.

High Quality Campaign Logo SVG

Update: since my original post, it seems that the Wikipedia administrators have removed the uploaded SVG.  Additionally, the campaign has switched over to a capitalized version of the logo.  Check out my more recent post with a newer SVG version of the logo.

I started by searching the web for an SVG of the Barack Obama campaign 2008 logo. For those of you not familiar with SVG, it is a format which does not suffer from “jaggies” or blurring from being blown up. Rather, it can be resized as large as you like and still look great.

Eventually I found the following SVG on Wikipedia (click the image for the SVG)…

Obama Campaign Logo

A great open source (free) program you can use to open and manipulate SVGs is Inkscape. You can download it for Mac, Windows and Linux at http://www.inkscape.org/download/.