For those of you who are somehow still undecided on who to vote for this Election Day, perhaps Stefan Haverkamp can make things easier for you. The New York-based Miami Ad School teacher and JWT/MRM alum, who’s given us everything from webcam stalker films to 9/11 memorials over the years, is back with another installment of “Gum Election.”
The video above should give you the gist of the street art project, which Haverkamp initially launched in 2008 as a way of not only encouraging people to vote, but making the streets cleaner in the process. Hell, with less than two weeks left before we determine our 45th president, perhaps a stick of Juicy Fruit, Big Red or whatever it is you chew is the best way of proving that democracy really can work.
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