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poster against environmental pollution. Shigeo Fukuda, 1973.

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When considering discussions regarding female street harassment and online gaming harassment, I find it ironic that this poster antagonizes women. In gaming culture, men actively pursue women, they are not the ones "knowing to say no." The poster implies that women and prostitutes are part of the same problem regarding sexual disease. This poster also provides an alienating and heterosexually charged space that is governed by patriarchy within militainment and gaming culture.

By far the best Help Japan posters by Network Osaka.

Graphis / Public Viewing | Social/Political Posters

Hiroshi Tanaka illustration, 1966 poster for a psychiatry exhibition. From Graphis Annual 67/68.

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mid-century travel poster to Japan, Shigeo Fukuda Illustration

Theatre poster. Bronze medal for a cultural poster at the Poster Biennale in Warsaw 1972 by Ikko Tanaka.