VIETNAMESE PROPAGANDA POSTER PLANTING GARLIC FOR EXPORT
Vietnamese Propaganda Poster Planting Garlic for Export from Van Verre
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30 cm x 40 cm
Silkscreen on handmade paper
Part of a range of propaganda posters from the Dutch company, Van Verre. This artwork has been carefully printed on handmade mulberry paper with the name of the artist and a translation of the message. At the heart of what Van Verre do is the desire to conserve craftsmanship that has been passed on from generation to generation. They believe in the original spirit of fair trade and they work very closely with all of the communities who produce their products.
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Vietnamese Propaganda Poster Planting Garlic for Export. The original propaganda posters date mostly from the years 50-70. The later posters were used to motivate the people to lead a good and virtuous life in order t stimulate the reconstruction of the nation. Themes of health, exercise, the environment and the importance of education were of particular interest. Today these posters still colour the streets of Vietnam, especially before and after big national events.