Pictured above is an image of a figure sitting idly by a river, looking out to the small waterfall directly ahead and the mountains that tower in the distance. You wouldn’t think there was anything interesting about this painting, its just another landscape. In fact, you likely don’t even recognize
Besides someone like Usama Bin Laden, Adolf Hitler is arguably one of the worst and most catastrophic beings known to man. What was it that sparked his massive hate for the world? During the reign of Hitler’s Nazi Germany, nearly all artistic expression–other than Nazi-promoted propaganda–was either collected, burned, or
“Idle hands work for Hitler!” Thousands of posters declared in World War II-era America. “Our boys need sox! Knit your bit!” Mid-1940s propaganda aimed at women back home was typically used to encourage female involvement in war efforts through domestic craftsmanship and economic stimulation in the absence of male workers.
A 7-year-old boy and his parents are being accused by the public and the media of being racists and discriminators. We are talking about a 7-year-old boy, A KID, who doesn’t really understand much about politics. The reason behind is that the kid decided to set up a hot chocolate
With all the stress of solidifying the Third Reich’s domination in Europe, the German Nazi soldiers had to unwind somehow – but who would have thought their version of fun would include dressing up in women’s clothing? This paradoxical phenomenon was discovered by artist Martin Dammann who was researching the
He doesn’t care what you think. He doesn’t care if you agree. Maurizio Cattelan cares about highlighting the “contradictions at the core of today’s society” (Guggenheim). Cattelan, an Italian-born conceptual artist, has been loathed and loved for his controversial and at times, illegal pieces. He has showcased his artwork in
An article on the Huffington Post discusses why artworks done by notorious criminals are so popular, and can bring in tons of money. One theory is that it is their notoriety that makes the art so attractive- furthermore, were it not for their crimes, would anyone view their art as
@DictatorHitler and other parody twitter accounts hold nothing back in the name of humor. Ranging in everything from @LordVoldemort to @yaboybillnye, by acknowledging that they are parody accounts are given full freedom of speech. Whoever controls the account is able wear a mask and show a social media-obsessed version of