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A word from the curator:
Propaganda art is strong, bold, and intriguing- it has to be, because its aim is typically to entice or bully people into subscribing to someone else's agenda. What I enjoy about this piece is the way it uses the language of propaganda imagery to create something beautiful and without a subliminal message, letting viewers enjoy the form without the distasteful meaning.
Tell us the background of this design.
I was raised 'till the age of seven in a communist country i remember that even in kindergarden we had a lot of propaganda posters. I tried to recreate those times in this design, of course now communist posters are cool to wear on your tee or walls or stickers but those times for me where just some scary hideous images.
What do you want TeeFury fans to know about you?
That, I'm not fat and I'm not a mouse so please stop sending e-mails offering me cheese in exchange for designs.
What do you absolutely not want them to find out?
That I'm lazy like an opossum
What are your feelings on piñatas?
Is a brightly-colored paper container filled with candy and/or toys? I never saw one (i read about it on wikipedia)
Name a few of your favorite things.
Wacom, Apple, internet, Hold'em, skateboarding, snowboarding...
What is your favorite mythical creature?
Cyclops - because they will have no problem losing one contact lens
Which historical figure would you most want to meet?
Rasputin- i need some advices of how to trick death
Which art form that you've never attempted would you most want to try, and why?
3d animation because I'm working on a comic book and i will love to see my characters moving and talking
Which is better, gaming, reading, or watching movies? Name your favorite title in your chosen medium.
Gaming, and my favorite game is Mortal Kombat, i played all of them
What inspires your work?
The internet, my favorite designers, games, memories, greek mythology (lately)..etc