Surveillance Means Security: Remixed War Propaganda

Subversive and incendiary, this full color poster book reworks classic war propaganda to comment on corporate corruption, domestic spying, election fraud, gay marriage, blind patriotism, the War on Terror, and surveillance in America today.With laughs and jeers, Wright s distinctive artwork and astute political commentary offers timely and clever insight into the state oSubversive and incendiary, this full color poster book reworks classic war propaganda to comment on corporate corruption, domestic spying, election fraud, gay marriage, blind patriotism, the War on Terror, and surveillance in America today.With laughs and jeers, Wright s distinctive artwork and astute political commentary offers timely and clever insight into the state of post 9 11 America Surveillance Means Security is the hilarious follow up to Wright s previous books of reworked propaganda posters, You Back The Attack We ll Bomb Who We Want and If You re Not A Terrorist Then Stop Asking Questions.
Surveillance Means Security Remixed War Propaganda Subversive and incendiary this full color poster book reworks classic war propaganda to comment on corporate corruption domestic spying election fraud gay marriage blind patriotism the War on Te

  • Title: Surveillance Means Security: Remixed War Propaganda
  • Author: Micah Ian Wright J.R. Norton
  • ISBN: 9781583227411
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Surveillance Means Security: Remixed War Propaganda”

    1. This third collection ofMicah Ian Wright's remixed war propaganda wasn't as satisfying to me as the first. I thought the posters were still good and interesting for the same reasons as in the first volume. But they didn't seem quite as consistently sharp this time around, with some just good, some great, and some just ok. The primary weakness in the book was the writing. Wright writes the blurbs himself this time and he's pretty upset, which is fine - angry leftist shouldn't be thrown out any mo [...]

    2. I have a fascination with propaganda art, so I was interested in a book that combines vintage artwork with new, left-leaning slogans. Unfortunately, many of these “remixed” posters weren’t as clever as they could have been. I was pleased that the author included the original posters at the end of the book.

    3. The third of Wright's phenomenal Propoganda Remix Project books - can't say enough good things about the man. In my mind he runs parallel to Shepard Fairey (Obey), who I also deeply love, but Wright's got smarts where Fairey's got arts? haha Terrible phrase, but true!

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