Guerilla street artist Robbie Conal is famous for his brand of political commentary through his posters depicting U.S. political figures in grotesque, unconventional ways. He and his "volunteer guerrilla postering army" can canvas his poster art over a city overnight. Conal's work has appeared in Time, Newsweek, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, as well as CBS's This Morning and Charlie Rose.
He is also an MFA graduate and an adjunct professor of painting and drawing at the University of Southern California's Roski School of Fine Arts.
What are Conal's views on art, graffiti and the power they have for real change? What is his favorite work and what was its wave of impact? Is there such a thing as organized anarchy, and how does Conal achieve it? What are his methods, how have they evolved, and how will they continue to evolve?
Cenk Uygur discusses all these topics with Robbie Conal in this in-depth interview.