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Work is Hell...Let's Go To War

Date
2022
Publisher
Fugitive Materials
Format
Artists' Books
Size
5.5 × 8.5 inches
Length
18 pp
Genre
Activism, Manifesto, History
Description

A selection of anti-war flyers and posters produced by Arch D. Bunker, an anonymous artists’ collective that mobilized in the early 1990s in response to the First Gulf War. The short-lived group detourned and criticized the distant and calculating language of military officials, arms dealers, politicians, and corporate media pundits. Produced in the first decade of cable news and the 24-hour news cycle, these prints also brought early attention to disinformation and the distorted ways in which most Americans were being shown the conflict, on television: the spectacle of war.

Printed on bright paper stock, each issue a different assortment.

  1. work is hell - 1
  2. work is hell - 2
  3. work is hell - 3
Images:123
 

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