The Story of Keep Calm and Carry On British WWII Propaganda Poster
Is propaganda always bad? London-based illustrator and filmmaker Temujin Doran created The Story of Keep Calm and Carry On, short film that tells the origin of the iconic WWII British government propaganda poster. The original poster from 1939 was rediscovered in 2000 by English secondhand bookshop, Barter Books.
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n the eighties of the 19th century the German inventor, August Fuhrmann, constructed his „Kaiserpanorama“ (Emperor's Panorama) – known in some other countries as „Photoplasticon“. It was a 10 feet diameter wooden drum with 25 stereoscopes on its perimeter showing the backlit stereo slides simultaneously to 25 viewers. Four of them still exist in Poland – two in Warsaw, one in Cracow and one in Poznan.
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