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Art Print Beware of Spies Government Security Notice WWI - Print 8 x 10

Art Print Beware of Spies Government Security Notice WWI - Print 8 x 10 Prints from old-time Posters. This one was originated in WWI to remind people that "Loose Lips Sink Ships" as they said at the time, and that people should be careful of strangers. I will be listing more of these in the coming days - please check back for the new arrivals. The print will be 20cm X 25cm: 8 inches X 10 inches APPROXIMATELY and will be printed on 230gm A4-size gloss paper to enable you to put it straight…

One Oregon newspaper clip reads: "We appeal to your civil patriotism to co-operate with us in our effort to stamp out the Spanish Influenza or "Flu" Plague in Portland by wearing a mask.

These surprisingly relevant vintage ads show how officials tried to convince people to wear masks after many refused during the 1918 flu pandemic

Officials needed to convince men specifically to practice better personal hygiene because men didn't think masks were masculine enough.

Vintage Ads That Make You Go Blech! - Go Retro!

My Ear-Trumpet Has Been Struck By Lightning

The Common-place Book of the Mercurius Aulicus, a Reactionary Tory Gentleman, who armed only with a...

Iraqi soldiers pose 20 April 1988 in front of a huge bullet-pocked mural of Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeiny in the strategic Faw peninsula of southeast Iraq that was partly occupied by Iranian.

Iraqi soldiers pose 20 April 1988 in front of a huge bullet-pocked...

Iraqi soldiers pose 20 April 1988 in front of a huge bullet-pocked mural of Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeiny in the strategic Faw peninsula of southeast Iraq that was partly occupied by Iranian...

  Afghanistan War, Iraq War, The Shah Of Iran, Iraqi Army, World Conflicts, Colorized Photos, The Valiant, Persian Culture, Last Day Of Summer

Setareh on Twitter

“#colorization #رنگبازی روزی روزگاری، سوسنگرد. ۱۳۵۹ عکس: بهرام محمدی فرد”

Thomas Mundy Peterson (October 1824 – February of Perth Amboy, New Jersey was the first African-American to vote in an election under the just-enacted provisions of the Amendment to the United States Constitution. His vote was cast on March Black History Facts, Black History Month, Rms Titanic, We Are The World, In This World, Kings & Queens, Donald Trump, African Diaspora, Atticus

Ari Berman on Twitter

“145 yrs ago today, Thomas Mundy Peterson of Perth Amboy NJ becomes first black voter after 15th amendment adopted”

  Photo Expo, Human Zoo, Cultural Appropriation, Evil People, Colonial, Orient Express, Exhibition, Expositions, Advertising Poster

Acte IV : Mises en scène raciales et coloniales : exposer, mesurer, scénariser | Zoos Humains

Propaganda poster from Cuba during Vietnam war Patriotic Posters, Propaganda Art, Communist Propaganda, Graffiti Designs, Image Macro, Art Music, Graphic Design Inspiration, Vintage Posters, Pop Art

Cuba-Viet Nam Exhibition: Art Solidarity Across Oceans

From time to time, The Daily Heller shares this space with an interesting article by a guest contributing writer. I have long admired Lincoln Cushing‘s dedication to the documentation and exhibition of radical and revolutionary posters and graphics from emerging countries and grass roots American movements. His is a re