In anticipation of tomorrow's election, online platform Gallerie 5 is hosting an exhibition of Romney-inspired art by Justin Kemp.
Kemp, based in Northampton, Massachusetts, looks beyond the kerchief and the bumper sticker to imagine a world where candidates place their logos on common merchandise. His show—Mitt Romney Bootleg Stuff—is clearly a bit tongue-in-cheek. The items range from products as charged as over-the-counter drugs to hammers. In the end, Kemp believes (and tells Port), "There's not nearly as much at stake here as most of the media pundits and candidates might want us to believe."