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Che Guevara goes pop: Cuban propaganda posters – in pictures From Che Guevara as a radiant rainbow to Lenin wearing a ruff of his own name, the posters of Cuba's OSPAAAL (Organisation of Solidarity with the People of Asia, Africa and Latin America) are frontrunners in the world's propaganda art. London's Kemistry gallery is showing a selection of the most explosive, to 25 January

Che Guevara goes pop: Cuban propaganda posters – in pictures

Artist: Elena SerranoPoster to commemorate the first anniversary of the death of Che Guevara - who was killed in Bolivia on October 9, 1967.

18 Cuban Propaganda Posters From The ‘60s And ‘70s

Elena Serrano, 1968 Day of the Heroic Guerrilla. Bolivia: Che Guevara tries to get a revolutionary process going to 'liberate Latin America from American imperialism'

"These posters by Cuban artist Felix René Mederos Pazos were the product of a trip Mederos took to Vietnam in 1969, on assignment from the Cuban government's Department of Revolutionary Orientation.  Cuban artists often addressed international subjects, in alignment with the Cuban Revolution's political focus. (Other posters produced around this time expressed solidarity with anti-colonial guerrillas in Angola, Black Panthers in Watts, and the people of Hiroshima.)"

Bright 1970 Cuban Propaganda Posters Urging Solidarity With Vietnam

It's Our War. Vintage WWII poster “Issued by the Director of Public Information, Ottawa, Under Authority of the Minister of National War Services” to help mobilize the domestic workforce for industrial war production. Illustrated by Eric Aldwinckle.

It's Our War

Some wartime propaganda in English and French: Artists: A. Cloutier and Eric Aldwinkle Just like the previous set, these posters are brought to us b…


A History of Graphic Design: Chapter 36 - Art of Posters for Films - the Cuban School

Democracy-Representative by Alfredo Rostgaard

Che Guevara goes pop: Cuban propaganda posters – in pictures

OSPAAAL posters: 1968 - Democracy-Representative by Alfredo Rostgaard