Back during WWII many of the messages the US and British government stressed to their public were limited in the medium they could be relayed, and were left with few options including radio, newspapers and posters. The posters are now described as "propaganda posters" as the posters addressed particular subjects but omitted certain information to give some extra weight to the issue at hand. Aside from the powerful messages they portray, the design and typography in these posters is something to marvel at, which is why we have compiled a small handful of them for you to look at.
This short film, titled "Logorama" is produced by the French animation collective H5, François Alaux, Hervé de Crécy & Ludovic Houplain, with all music by Human. The movie features a short story produced using the worlds most famous brands, from McDonalds to Haribo, Audi to MSN. It really is quite bizarre but at the same time completely fantastic! We're not going to make a thing of short posts like this, but we felt this was well worth sharing. We would have collected a few more films, but as this one 15 minutes long alone, we decided to keep it (kind of) short and sweet. What do you think of the film? Let us know!