Title: We Can Do It! (The Classic Poster on high quality paper ) Date Created/Published: 1941 - 1945 Digital file: 300 dpi, high resolution can be printed up to 44 wide Print option: approximate sizes offered as custom request printed on a museum-quality giclee printer on heavy acid-free archival
Cantor Center’s 'Revolutionary Tides' examines the language of political posters
The carefully framed and artfully illuminated posters hanging in the exhibit Revolutionary Tides: The Art of the Political Poster, 1914-1989, at the Cantor Arts Center weren't intended to be seen that way, said Jeffrey Schnapp, professor of French and Italian and the exhibit's guest curator.
"The spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring an institution, a cause, or a person." That doesn't sound too bad now, does it? Propaganda, I believe, gets a bad rap. Of course propaganda doesn't allow two-way communication, that is not what it is meant for. Studiers of communication theory…