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

‘John Heartfield (1891–1968) is the anglicized name of the German photomontage artist Helmut Herzfeld. Heartfield developed photomontage into a form of political and artistic expression. His photomontages satirising Adolf Hitler and the Nazis often subverted Nazi symbols such as the swastika in order to undermine their propaganda message.

The Extraordinary Anti-Nazi Photomontages of John Heartfield ~ Kuriositas

John Heartfield Picture Post 15th October 1938-Stefan Lorant -Photo-montage- Slightly out of Focus

John Heartfield Picture Post October Lorant -Photo-montage- Slightly out of Focus

The Extraordinary Anti-Nazi Photomontages of John Heartfield ~ Kuriositas

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.

AIZ Cover of 1930. Fritz Thyssen controlling the puppet Adolf Hitler. Photomontage by John Heartfield.

John Heartfield_Photomontage_AIZ Cover of Fritz Thyssen controlling the puppet Adolf Hitler. Photomontage by John Heartfield.

John Heartfield. Photomontage political artist.

John Heartfield - 'Hurrah, die Butter ist alle' (Hurry, the Butter is gone)

Anti Nazi Photomontages, 1930s, by John Heartfield - Retronaut

Dada vs Hitler: the anti-Nazi collages of John Heartfield / Boing Boing

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