All of the symbolism in Pearl Jam's controversial Donald Trump-bashing poster explained
The Rock2Vote concert poster has Republicans up in arms. Here's a look at why
As stunts in the world of rock music go, putting out a poster with somewhat off-colour artwork is hardly Ozzy Osbourne biting the head off a live bat on stage, but Pearl Jam have found themselves the centre of controversy this week after depicting the White House on fire in a promotional illustration for a concert in Missoula, Montana.
The hugely detailed poster for the Rock2Vote show, which was designed to encourage people to vote in November's mid-term elections, is a collaboration between the band's bassist Jeff Ament and Bobby Brown, an artist also known as Bobby Draws Skulls.
But what does it all mean? We break down the various elements, including those that have Republicans up in arms, such as the White House on fire and a figure resembling US President Donald Trump.
Updated: August 16, 2018 02:52 PM