You can read this post's title two ways, and both would be considered correct--contractions of Obama and Art, as well as Obama and Mart.
As the 44th President prepares to take his most historic oath tomorrow, the worlds of commerce and content are abuzz with creations that range from the sorry (like Ashford and Simpson's "Solid As Barack," the unfortunate Martine-enraging remake of "Solid As a Rock") to the inspired.
In the latter category is Obamicon.Me, a site set up by Paste Magazine, where plebes like you and me can have our faces transferred into the inspired Shepard Fairey-iconic image that has adorned millions of posters and t-shirts. Here's what it did for yours truly...uh, do I get your vote?
Then there's the work of Dan Tague, the outspoken, dollar-bill-folding artist who's been featured in Pow! before. Once again twisting a single into a home run, Dan has come up with two inspiring Obama-isms from one dollar, and has converted 'em into t-shirts for the momentous occasion: