Also, GOP dog sweaters so your pet won't get cold on top of the car.
It's an election year, so we know that there are going to be a bunch of candidate-related souvenirs, tchotchkas and stuff from both sides. For example, you can get an Obamulka or a Romnulka.
However, there is also a genre of artwork that is specifically dedicated to either venerating or demonizing President Barack Obama. The most famous image of this sort is the iconic Shepard Fairey poster:
In addition to this poster, which is already a collector's item, other artists have devoted their work to portraying President Barack Obama. Lucas Ketner has created this adoring portrait of the President, bare-chested in a meadow, with a unicorn, farting roses:
Then there is Ron Keas, who has created ordinary Presidential portraits, like this one of Obama in the clouds:
Then there is the decidedly creepy fan art, like Dan Lacey's portraits of naked Obama riding a unicorn, which we link here but make sure you are not at work or around little children.
If you're not creeped out enough, Jon McNaughton will do it for you. McNaughton is a far-right extremist conspiracy Birther kook who has created apocalyptic hellscapes with President Obama officiating as Satan, kind of like a latter-day Hieronymous Bosch, but without the fun and the nudity. Here is "Obamanation":
McNaughton explains each and every little motif in this illustration, (notice Air Force One flying into the U.N. Building a la 9/11) every detail contains a crazed conspiracist's ranting screed. For example, this little diatribe against the "curly" light bulb:
Obama and his liberal friends were determined that all Americans switch to the CFL, eco-bulbs by 2014. The cost was far more than the standard bulbs and it was not only ugly, but gives out less light. Thank heavens Congress repealed another great liberal idea to control American’s lives. OMG OMG OMG !!!1!ty
McNaughton has another masterpiece of Obama burning the Constitution, and Americans in chains.
Some anonymous Internet artist has commemorated McNaughton's crowd scene style in this awesome spoof.