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Anti Iraq War Protest - ipod Satire, set of 4 posters

Anti Iraq War Protest - ipod Satire, set of 4 posters

  • 2004
  • Bruce Gilbert
  • 94 x 34 inches ~ (238 x 86 cm)
    23 1/2 x 34 each poster
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  • EXTREMELY rare set of 4 posters satirizing the first set of iPod posters. With the Apple logo replaced by a hand grenade, text reads 10,000 Iraqi's killed, 773 US soldiers dead. The yellow poster uses an image of Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse by the United States military.

    The price is for a complete set of 4 posters.

    From the creator Bruce Gilbert “The iRaq poster project was created to remind the public that we are at war. A friend and I created the posters anonymously as Forkscrew Graphics, a Los Angeles design group committed to social awareness projects. We simply used the language and iconography of an incredibly visible campaign (Apple’s iPod) to help stimulate dialogue surrounding an important and complicated issue: What is the U.S. doing in Iraq, and what does it mean to us and the rest of the world? We were sold a war that promised to secure freedom to us and to others by delivering democracy to the people of Iraq, and it’s become increasingly clear that it’s done neither. Ultimately the desired effect of the project is to shift the focus from products to people, from consumers to concerned citizens. We want to show that no matter how manipulated the mediasphere becomes, and no matter how many tons of messages the marketing world dumps on the public, there are ways to take the symbols and tools of marketing and use them to disrupt the barrage of commercial communications.”

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