Make America Smart Again at the Crafted in LA Art Show

Last week was the opening of Crafted in LA, an exhibition featuring Studio Number One's art that was created for various social causes, including #MakeAmericaSmartAgain! Also, special thanks to our friends at League of Women Voters for coming out to the opening to educate the crowd.

If you're in Los Angeles, check out the gallery at Angel City Brewery before it comes down on April 1. In addition to the #MakeAmericaSmartAgain works, you’ll also be able to see other art by Studio Number One that was created for various marches, social and environmental causes, community projects, and much more!

Photos taken by Deric Mendes

Help spread the Make America Smart Again message in your town!

The election is only a few weeks away, so we need your help to spread our message to the masses!

You can now download our Make America Smart Again stencil and posters to spread the word about the importance of being informed and participating in our democracy by voting in November.

Download the stencil and poster HERE.

***Please be sure to use the stencil and posters with thoughtful discretion...unfortunately, not everyone wants to Make America Smart Again!

***Please be sure to use the stencil and posters with thoughtful discretion...unfortunately, not everyone wants to Make America Smart Again!


To celebrate the cult film Idiocracy's 10th anniversary, MASA founder Shepard Fairey has designed a poster to encapsulate everything we love and fear about the film. This limited edition poster will go on sale on Sunday, Oct. 9 at 5pm to coincide with the second presidential debate and will be sold exclusively through for only 72 hours.

"The seeds of Make America Smart Again were planted when Amanda and I noticed a legitimate correlation between the movie “Idiocracy” and the real dumbing down of American media we were witnessing even ten years ago.

I’ve always felt that art, entertainment, and humor can be the best delivery vehicles for social commentary, so I love the way humor is used in “Idiocracy” to make the social critique more digestible.The movie is a harsh but necessary indictment of the anti-intellectual culture and politics that seem to become the norm more and more every day. The film is great in a cautionary way and has an enjoyable irony being a somewhat low-brow piece of entertainment about the perils of succumbing to a cultural rejection of anything intellectual or high-brow. In other words, the genius of the film is that it may actually get through to the audience it should reach, rather than just preaching to the intellectual elite.”


Idiocracy. 18 inches by 24 inches. Limited run, numbered and signed by Shepard Fairey. $40 each.

 Sale ends Wednesday, October 12 at 5pm PST

Proceeds benefit League of Women Voters and The Young Literati of the Library Foundation of Los Angeles