The official Inaugural Poster is by ...(who else, but) -- Shepard Fairey, whose famous Obama Poster now hangs in the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery. From an edgy street artist who understood propaganda and the power of the visual, this seems a little too official.
The most interesting change from the old poster into this one is the title: a command (Be the Change) instead of a one-word challenge, or an inspiring team chant yes-we-can. That turn of words...
I'll be watching the turn of words from a man who rose on rhetoric. Most Inaugural Addresses are forgettable. His might not be.
And, the First Lady fashion as it relates to cultural statements, too.
Signs of the times, the cultural semiotics of it all in visuals, dress and words.
update: WhiteHouse.gov first blog post