These incredible pop culture propaganda posters take a page from the Soviet Union's playbook and give them a Photoshop-era makeover.
What were once emphatic expressions of political beliefs and partisan ideology have been reduced to pop culture parodies rendered by skilled digital artists. Take, for example, Spongebob Squarepants' call to fight... for bikini bottoms. Or Willy Wonka's open-armed decree to eat more chocolate. My favorite by far, however, is the 'Where's Waldo?' poster that leads off the gallery; it turns out that he, not Big Brother, is watching us.
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