Thursday, June 10, 2010

Arcade game propaganda: Part XII

I've gone further back for this one. Way back into the 1970s (if Wiki is right). It's the latest in the series of mock propaganda posters. I plan on doing just one more - to complete a calendar. As always, prints are available here.



I'd say it's somewhat of a companion piece to this one:

18 comments:

  1. Here's hoping the last one is for Tempest :)

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  2. Great!
    It should be perfect if you tagged every post of this poster series with one label to link all the posters from other sites.
    Regards

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  3. I'd love to see a Pac Man one!

    This are amazing. Keep it up!

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  4. Digital Ruse: I did create one, but can't sell it - infringement issues
    http://stevethomasart.blogspot.com/2010/05/arcade-game-propaganda-part-viii-and-ix.html

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  5. You have a art in your hand keep this and make more n more posters in couple of years you will became a world renowned greatest artist..

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  6. What a perfection in a first poster awesome..

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  7. Well This poster series with one label to link all the posters from other sites.Thanks for sharing these useful information!

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  8. Great post, and great idea for an info site you have here.It's the latest in the series of mock propaganda posters.

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  9. Nice blog..It should be perfect if you tagged every post of this poster series with one label to link all the posters from other sites.

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  10. The Congregation was originally housed in a small palace, the Palazzo Ferratini, donated by Vives it was a about the architecture of this topic, I think that ti is really good!!

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  11. Great post...It should be perfect if you tagged every post of this poster series with one label to link all the posters from other sites.

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  12. This poster is somehow scary...Although
    I am quite interesting in this topic hope you will elaborate more on it in future post..

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  13. WELL,this is amazing update that it's the latest in the series of mock propaganda posters...i always love these works.I loved going through this post,.

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  15. This poster is in some way scary...Despite the fact that
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