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The “Person of the Year” cover TIME rejected. I love the illustration, but it’s so “1968” too U.S.-centric and mobile phone-driven revolutions are more about faces and pictures. …Although the LAT art critic thinks Shepard Fairey, who TIME ended up going with, has gone out of date, too.
(illustration: James Victore)