New propaganda posters created using existing elements of successful posters combined with new images and / or messages to develop a new meaning.

Pretend You Belong

Remixed Propaganda - Pretend You Belong (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Remixed Propaganda – Pretend You Belong (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Original Image

Freedom of Speech (Norman Rockwell, 1943)

Freedom of Speech (Norman Rockwell, 1943)

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New propaganda posters created using existing elements of successful posters combined with new images and / or messages to develop a new meaning.

Women of Britain

Remixed Propaganda - Women of Britain (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Remixed Propaganda – Women of Britain (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Original Image

Women Of Britain - Come into the Factories (Zac, 1941)

Women Of Britain – Come into the Factories (Zac, 1941)

New propaganda posters created using existing elements of successful posters combined with new images and / or messages to develop a new meaning.

This is the Enemy

Remixed Propaganda - This is the enemy (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Remixed Propaganda – This is the enemy (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Original Images

This is the enemy (Author Unknown, 1943)

This is the enemy (Author Unknown, 1943)

Sleeping Rough (Seamaster75, 2012)

Sleeping Rough (Seamaster75, 2012) Available at: http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7216/7369443044_96496764bf.jpg

 

 

 

New propaganda posters created using existing elements of successful posters combined with new images and / or messages to develop a new meaning.

Keep ’em Buying

Remixed Propaganda - Keep Em Buying (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Remixed Propaganda – Keep Em Buying (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Original Images

Keep 'Em Flying (Unknown Author, 1943)

Keep ‘Em Flying (Unknown Author, 1943)

New propaganda posters created using existing elements of successful posters combined with new images and / or messages to develop a new meaning.

Debt

Remixed Propaganda - Debt (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Remixed Propaganda – Debt (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Original Images

Barack Obama - Hope - 2008 Shepard Fairey

Original B. Hope – 2008 Shepard Fairey

New propaganda posters created using existing elements of successful posters combined with new images and / or messages to develop a new meaning.

Consumerism Calls

Remixed Propaganda - Consumerism Calls (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Remixed Propaganda – Consumerism Calls (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Original Image

Wake Up America! (James Montgomery Flagg, 1917)

Wake Up America! (James Montgomery Flagg, 1917)

 

New propaganda posters created using existing elements of successful posters combined with new images and / or messages to develop a new meaning.

Build Today

Remixed Propaganda - Build Today (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Remixed Propaganda – Build Today (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Original Image

Plan Today - Build Tomorrow (Ardis Hughes, 1944)

Plan Today – Build Tomorrow (Ardis Hughes, 1944)

Famous propaganda posters are instantly recognizable and highly successful in their approach.

For this exercise, notorious propaganda posters have been mixed together, weakening the original meaning or creating new messages by the alteration of the wording, colours used or imagery.

 

New propaganda posters, created using existing elements of successful propaganda posters to facilitate new meaning.

Wake Up American

Remixed Propaganda - Wake Up America (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Remixed Propaganda – Wake Up America (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Original Images

Will You Fight Now or Wait For This? (Norman Lindsay 1918)

Will You Fight Now or Wait For This? (Norman Lindsay 1918)

Wake Up America! (James Montgomery Flagg, 1917)

Wake Up America! (James Montgomery Flagg, 1917)

 

New propaganda posters, created using existing elements of successful propaganda posters to facilitate new meaning.

Women Of Britain

Remixed Propaganda - Women of Britain (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Remixed Propaganda – Women of Britain (Nadine Smith, 2013)

Original Images

Keep Mum She's Not So Dumb (Unknown UK, 1942)

Keep Mum She’s Not So Dumb (Unknown UK, 1942)

Women Of Britain - Come into the Factories (Zac, 1941)

Women Of Britain – Come into the Factories (Zac, 1941)