Along with videos, songs, essays and power points, a surprising number of paintings and other graphic images were entered in the contest. I, personally, liked them a lot. This one, The Prince of America, got the most reaction from our readers. The artist, Jeremy Rosenstein Kortes, talked about the enigmatic image–created, remarkably, on an iPad–in the comments section of our post. It was interesting to get his thoughts on what the image represented. Here it is, The Prince of America:
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