Fast Company: Who's Behind That Anti-Trump Art?

Fast Company

Inspired by Pentagram's work for the Hillary Clinton campaign, graphic design professors Mark Fox and Angie Wang from the California College of Arts designed Trump his own logo. It's made up of four rotated, interlocking 14-karat Ts—each one representing a different supposed aspects of the Trump brand, including strength, success, wealth, and impolitic "tell it like it is" speech—that are positioned to create a Nazi swastika in the negative space. Fox and Wang distributed this poster throughout San Francisco's Mission District, where the designers say it spurred some confused responses from onlookers who couldn't actually be sure that a poster containing a swastika was actually meant to be anti-Trump.