first (video) post!

thank you to FreeVideoCoding.com (via Steve Garfield)

One of the several 1968 posters which highlighted mass media power, produced by students in the Paris art and design schools, the Atelier Populaire, showed a human being crouched on all fours like a sheep, the body divided up by dotted lines, as in butcher's shop posters showing the different cuts of meat. The various 'cuts' are labelled 'radio', 'television', 'press' and 'sheep'. The eye is in the form of the Gaullist Croix de Lorraine (symbol of the governing regime). The caption is: 'On vous intoxique' ('They're poisoning you').

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