The Rebel's Canvas: Devil's Harvest Poster
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Discover the Dark Side of American PropagandaAre you ready to take a walk on the wild side? Our Devil's Harvest poster is a bold statement that challenges the status quo and exposes the dark side of American propaganda. Originally created in 1942 as part of a government campaign to demonize marijuana, this poster has since become a symbol of rebellion against oppressive forces.
Embrace Your Inner RebelAre you tired of living by someone else's rules? Embrace your inner rebel with our Devil's Harvest poster. The striking imagery and bold text inspire critical thinking and creativity, encouraging you to question the status quo and stand up against oppression. Hang it in your home or office as a powerful reminder to never stop fighting for what you believe in.
"The most dangerous thing about marijuana is the propaganda used to demonize it." - Morgan Freeman
A Piece of HistoryOur Devil's Harvest poster is not just a work of art, but a piece of history. It serves as a reminder of how propaganda has been used to manipulate and control society, and how important it is to question everything we are told. By owning this poster, you are taking a stand against oppression and joining a community of like-minded individuals who refuse to be silenced.
Extra: Did you know that the government's anti-marijuana campaign was largely fueled by racism and xenophobia? In the early 20th century, cannabis was widely used by Mexican immigrants and African Americans, and the government used this as an opportunity to stoke fears and prejudices against these groups. The term "marijuana" itself was popularized to make the drug sound more exotic and foreign, further fueling anti-immigrant sentiments.
• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 189 g/m²
• Opacity: 94%
• ISO brightness: 104%
• Paper is sourced from Japan
This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you.
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