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Rock this classic tee based off of protest posters from the May 1968 uprising.
When French national radio and television went on strike in 1968, they commissioned posters from the French art students who formed the Atelier Populaire in Paris. During the strike, members of the Ministry for Home Affairs ran television and radio news bulletins at the request of the government. Many felt that they couldn’t trust the pro-government propaganda coming over the air waves.
The message of this tee, produced at the height of political unrest, is that the television news is a form of thought control. Tele-visual messages were presented as all the more manipulative by contrast with the directness of this design: the medium works to reinforce the meaning.