Discussing the Anti-Media Campaign Against Fascism

The following correspondence originally took place on my Facebook wall, upon my post, “The Anti-Media Campaign Against Fascism“…

Rayn: ❤ I love it when I’m scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed, and see one of my un-propaganda posters making the rounds! 🙂

Click here to “like” my artwork on the Facebook page, “The Anti-Media,” where it is currently being shared!

Click here to “like” my artwork on the Facebook page, “The Anti-Media,” where it is currently being shared!

Sara: That’s so cool Rayn! 122 shares and countless comments! Your pics are going viral! WOOT WOOT!

Brooke N.: Rayn, did you do the graphic? That’s great!

Rayn: Thanks, Brooke. This is actually an old WWII poster that I edited and altered a bit. First, I meticulously erased the original pro-war, “buy defense bonds message” surrounding the graphic (while careful to retain the artwork underneath), then I chose my own special message – all to turn propaganda into un-propaganda! 🙂

Here is the original, created in 1941:
https://images.northwestern.edu/multiresimages/inu:dil-b29bd0f8-9660-4a78-aa07-3efe6b7fd3b5

Brooke N.: Perfect.

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