Former BBDO art director Jayson Atienza joined the effort and submitted the work pictured below. "In this piece, up close the different shapes and colors can be seen to represent the dynamics of the working class: from the emotions felt by the average 'Joe' during times of economic hardship to the diversity of those who make up the American workforce," Atienza explains in his artist statement. "Together its components represent the magnificence of working class Americans. The election of Barack Obama to the presidency has not only brought Americans together but proven that there is hope beyond all change for something amazing." Atienza participated alongside other artists like Fairey, the KDU, Tristan Eaton, Ron English, Michael Murphy, David Choe and more.