More Awesome Propaganda Posters by Aaron Wood


The last time we posted on Aaron Wood’s work, we showed you his awesome social media propaganda posters that looked like they were from the 40s. In the same style, the Massachussets-based graphic designer has since created some new designs that represent big behemoth companies like Apple as well as come up-and-comers like Spotify. He’s even thrown his support at food items we all know and love like chocolate, cheese and bacon. Not that bacon needs any more support than it already has, right?




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Aaron Wood on Etsy
via [Design Milk]



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