We are building an epic Photo Mosaic made from your Palin Liberty Pose photos and artwork. When completed, the mosaic wil bear the image of Sarah Palin hoisting her Super Big Gulp high in the air, striking what is now known as the Palin Liberty Pose
User-submitted images are being submitted and shared on our Palin Liberty Pose Facebook Page. You can also Tweet or Email your pics to us. Original quality or highest resolution images wil work best in the final mosaic.
Bundlers who submit 5 different, unique Palin Liberty Pose photographs to us will earn an official Palin Liberty Pose cap*. Each of the 5 submissions should be of different people striking their Palin Liberty Poses. In some cases, a person in a particular photograph can be repeated so long as the setting and the creative flavor of each submitted photo is unique. To inquire about becoming a Palin Liberty Pose Bundler, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
* While supplies last
The ultimate goal of the Palin Liberty Pose project is to produce an epic photo mosaic that is composed entirely from individually-submitted photos and art that celebrate the Palin Liberty Pose. Together, these images will be assembled to create a mosaic that bears the larger image of former Governor Sarah Palin hoisting her Super Big Gulp high in the air following her speech at the 2013 CPAC conference. The final, hi-resolution photo mosaic file will be provided as a free download to all with a target release date of Memorial Day 2013 (Monday, May 27, 2013).
Along the way, the Palin Liberty Pose project will:
The Palin Liberty Pose project is spearheaded by student Grace P., with Rob T. providing assistance as needed.
Former Governor Sarah Palin first struck the Palin Liberty Pose following her speech on March 16, 2013 at the CPAC conference, proudly hoisting her Super Big Gulp into the air before a standing ovation. Americans across the country joined in spirit in the days following the speech, striking the Palin Liberty Pose and sharing their photos on websites and blogs.
The hashtag #PalinLibertyPose was created on Twitter as the meme gained popularity. Examples of the Palin Liberty Pose can be seen at facebook.com/PalinLibertyPose and via Google image search.
Another site that is independent of the Palin Liberty Pose project is LibertyPose.com. Their site is well worth the visit as they have been doing a great job of collecting and sharing Palin Liberty Pose images. If you've submitted images to LibertyPose.com, we encourage you to also send them our way if you would like them to be included in the Palin Liberty Pose photo mosaic. Or, if you've only submitted images to us, consider uploading them to LibertyPose.com as well. The more that people share their Palin Liberty Pose images, the better!