Fernando Reza's Super Mario Posters Depict Clever 'Koopa' Propaganda

By: Paul Maccarone - Published: Aug 18, 2013 • References: frodesignco & designtaxi
These cleverly created Super Mario posters provide a reversed look at the expansive game world. The propaganda posters from Los Angeles-based graphic artist Fernando Reza depict what the war effort would look like from the side of the 'Koopa Troopa' army.

The Super Mario posters were designed to imitate the propaganda posters that were present during World War II. It's clear that Reza completely understands the classic video game and was able to create authentic sounding messages on each of the posters. In order to think up such a concept and perform it at such a high level speaks of both a highly imaginative and talented artist. These posters are both hilarious and thought-provoking and any time you achieve those traits, it's a job well done. Stats for Geeky Propaganda Posters Trending: Older & Average
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