Very very interesting, i love your concept, the opposition between an old advertisement and an important subject of today : A society where everybody suspects everybody.
I'm not american but i love your piece, and you've also a really great gallery keep it up ! (sorry for my bad english...)
Normally i would wanna smack anyone who speaks out against the country that EVERYONE hates but loves to live in. But this is very well done. LOL (and it made me laugh) and I really like the fact that you get at the way americans think and NOT ride GW like every other liberal moron does.
The only two people who didn't like it don't have avatars... I'm sensing a link... people who don't have avatars *cough*exceptformyfriendSusie*cough* don't like art... or comedy... or truth... or 1950s style graphics that totally rock!
Well I must say that this is just excelent. I made it my desktop, and everytime I look at it it puts a certain smile on my face. Great concept and idea, and very well executed. +Fav from me, no doubt there Very nice.
Wow... that is so totally awesome dude, completely tight, totally excellent. The retro is so ... um...retro. Fucked up thinking on the message though. Why don't you crazy kids try helping get the "system" right instead of being one of the "kool guys" and pissing and moaning about authority. I wonder what would you intellects do if you had the job, or a job? Didn't Mom and Dad send a big enough care package to the dorm or are you just wasting time on the pc instead of doing your homework.
I don't want to get into any political debates, but I will just say that yes, we are indeed heading for (as cliche as it sounds) 1984, where you'll be tracked, inventoried, and monitored everywhere you go. Do something out of the ordinary, and it will be cause for alarm.
Well Done old man...
I'm going to take a trip to the Philippines, the nest of terr;rists, according to George and I'm going see if I can probe the Airport Security. I'll also bring a book called "An encylopedia of execution:.
No, honestly--then I was falling asleep, as I often do. At any rate... real comment will commence now.
I love the use of pseudo-pop art to draw in /my/ attention. Usually when I see something looking retro, it always grabs me in. In addition to that, the specific era of the 50-s/early 60-s has always been intriguing to me in terms of their illustrated "families" and what not - mostly because it all looks very similar, even when there were many different artists.
The use of that to throw in and mock the current status in America is genius, and I love it.