Artist Mishko's Psychedelic Anti-Propaganda Art for The Atlantic

H+ Creative artist Mishko is known for his dripping, glitched out images that play with powerful words and icons. So when The Atlantic reached out for him to provide three images for an upcoming piece on the role of technology in the 2020 election, it seemed like a great fit. The article, entitled "The Billion-Dollar Disinformation Campaign to Reelect the President" and written by Mckay Coppins, explores the Russians involvement in the 2016 election and other campaigns and the implications that has this year.

For these images, Mishko used text, iconography from the news cycle, and figureheads to display a distortion in the information projected into our feeds. "



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