Time Magazine’s annual Person of the Year is almost always controversial. The selection of the person or thing is a yearly spectacle of substance over style, where everyone has their favorite political game changer, cultural icon, corporate titan, inanimate object or concept (remember when You were person of the year?) Add art into the mix this time out as Shepard Fairey uses another photograph as the basis for his striking cover image. LA Weekly photographer Ted Soqui is cool with it, find out why here. As for you, is this controversial? Discuss.
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