John Heartfield. Dada Picture c.1923. @Deidré Wallace

HEARTFIELD John Heartfield Dada Picture c. 1923 Quite reminds me of the art style used by the band Franz Ferdinand in their video "Take Me Out"

The stack of coins that represent his spine show how he is lead by power and wants victory. It is what keeps him strong.

John Heartfield - Adolf the Superman Swallows Gold and Spouts Junk, 1932

Blood and Iron, Heartfield. Realizó gran cantidad de fotomontajes como una forma de expresión política y artística, muchos de ellos satirizando Adolf Hitler y los nazis, también sus símbolos como la esvástica con el fin de socavar su mensaje de propaganda. De Heartfield, destacaría la gran potencia gráfica de sus obras. Son clarísimas, y recurren a la matafóra con una síntesis conceptual muy alta. El lenguaje de la fotografía intervenida para cambiar el sentido de la imagen, es impecable.

The Extraordinary Anti-Nazi Photomontages of John Heartfield ~ Kuriositas

John Heartfield: Rationalization is on the March! - Photomontage for Der Knüppel, no. 2, February 1927

1927 John Heartfield, Rationalization is on the March Photomontage for Der Knüppel,

John Heartfield. Collage.

Berliners Looking at John Heartfield’s 1928 German Communist Party campaign Poster

John Heartfield

John Heartfield, Don’t Be Frightened—He’s a Vegetarian, 1936

John Heartfield, Self-Portrait with Police President Zörgiebel, mock-up, 1929. Courtesy Akademie der Künste, Berlin. Kunstsammlung, Heartfield 430 © 2008 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

© John Heartfield (aka Helmut Herzfeld), Self-Portrait with the Police Commissioner Karl Friedrich Zörgiebel

John Heartfield "Quem lê jornais burgueses fica cego e surdo: fora com estas vendas inbecilizantes"

firsttimeuser: Whoever Reads Bourgeois

John Heartfield, 1930 Whoever Reads Bourgeois Newspapers Becomes Blind and Deaf- Away with These Stultifying Bandages!

Anti-Nazi photomontage by John Heartfeld

19 June 1891 – 26 April was a pioneer in the use of art as a political weapon. His photomontages were anti-Nazi anti-Fascist statements.

John Heartfield - L'épouvantail des neutres John Heartfield (Helmut Herzfeld) 1891 1968 Peintre et photographe introduit par George Grosz dans le Dadaïsme. Pionnier du photomontage modenre 1933 fuit l’Allemagne y retourne en 1950

John Heartfield - L'épouvantail des neutres John Heartfield (Helmut Herzfeld) 1891 1968 Peintre et photographe introduit par George Grosz dans le Dadaïsme. Pionnier du photomontage modenre 1933 fuit l’Allemagne y retourne en 1950

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