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146760 Your Country Needs You Your Country Needs You Your Country Needs You
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Your Country Needs You

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Postage Stamp Collage - This iconic image created from over 3000 postage stamps commemorates one hundred years since the start of World War 1. The recruitment poster of Lord Kitchener was first designed by Alfred Leete in 1914 and has been greatly used in advertising ever since. Because of the double standards implicit within the propaganda machine in World War 1 the artist has duplicated the pointing finger of Kitchener's hand meaning you and you and you. The poppies transform through to petals, then tears and then into the blood of the many who gave their lives.
W 36.00" x H 36.00"
W 91.44 cm x H 91.44 cm
Quality deep edge box canvas
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About the Artist

Peter R. Mason is the Post Pop Art Man and creates images using recycled postage stamps. He is inspired by the Pop Art movement and particularly admires the works of Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol. He is able to fulfil commissions for artworks either working to a client’s specification or repro...

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