Hillary Clinton Teamed Up With 45 Designers to Make Pins for Her Campaign

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Hillary Clinton Teamed Up With 45 Designers to Make Pins for Her Campaign

We’re big fans of seeing witty (and sometimes not) T-shirts from the Democratic National Convention and the Republican National Convention, but the pins that they’re wearing are just as interesting. No, we’re not talking about the American flag pin that Obama wears. We’re talking about pins with interesting designs and slogans. On Thursday, Hillary Clinton’s campaign launched a project titled “The Forty-Five Pin Project,” which enlisted 45 designers and graphic designers to design pins in support of Clinton.

The pins feature designs from Stephen Doyle, Michael Bierut and others. Though it is titled the forty-five pin project, 44 pins and a collector’s set are for sale—Polish artist Agniezka Gasparska’s pins were withdrawn shortly after releasing the collection of pins. Neither the Clinton campaign nor Gasparska have commented on the removal, according to The Weekly Standard.

The pins are currently for sale on Clinton’s website for around $5 for a set of two to three pins. Check out the gallery above to see the collection of pins. It looks like Clinton took all the good designers from Donald Trump.