“I’m With Her”: These Hillary Clinton Portraits Were Taken On The Campaign Trail – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

“I’m With Her”: These Hillary Clinton Portraits Were Taken On The Campaign Trail


Kalliope Amorphous is an American visual artist, poet, fine-art photographer, and performance artist. She lives and works in New York. Amorphous is best known for her extensive work in self portrait photography. For the past few months, she has been traveling the country taking artful Hillary Clinton photos on the campaign trail. As a visual artist, Amorphous’ inspiration takes many forms and comes from many unexpected sources. This election season, she found herself extremely moved and inspired by Hillary Clinton in her campaign for the United States Presidency. Hillary gradually moved from being a woman who Amorphous was inspired by to being her sole muse for 2016.

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