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:iconalltheworldssquirrel:
bring down the government,
they don't, they don't speak for us.
I'll take a quiet life,
a handshake of carbon monoxide.

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To all you bourgeois fucks who stick your head in the sand.
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Originally designed for Adbusters (www.adbusters.org) TV Turn Off Week campaign, which has now evolved into Screen Free Week.

The poster was composed in Illustrator, and full dimensions are meant to be about 28"x18". It looks great printed at that size.

From the Commercial-Free Childhood fact-sheet on Children and Screen Time:

CHILDREN SPEND TOO MUCH TIME WITH SCREEN MEDIA. 

On any given day, 29% of babies under the age of 1 are watching TV and videos for an 

average of about 90 minutes. Twenty-three percent have a television in their bedroom.

 

Time with screens increases rapidly in the early years. Between their first and second 

birthday, on any given day, 64% of babies and toddlers are watching TV and videos, 

averaging slightly over 2 hours. Thirty-six percent have a television in their bedroom.

 

Data vary on the amount of time preschool children spend with screen media, but even the 

most conservative findings show that children between the ages of two and five average 2.2 

hours per day. Other studies show that preschoolers spend as much as 4.16

 and 4.6 hours. per day using screen media. 


Screen time can be habit-forming: the more time children engage with screens, the harder 

time they have turning them off as they become older children.

 

Including when they’re multitasking, 8- to 18-year-olds consume an average of 7 hours and 

11 minutes of screen media per day—an increase of 2.5 hours in just 10 years.

 For older children and adolescents, excessive screen time is linked to increased psychological 

difficulties that include hyperactivity, emotional and conduct problems, difficulties with 

peers and poor school performance.

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I've been asked several times to combine these 2 pictures I made a while ago, into one.

the text in the pictures is danish.

Velfærd... = welfare...
Hungersnød... = famine...
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The new definition for a new regime!
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WHAT: Protest marking the 3 year anniversary of the US lead Iraq invasion
WHERE: Waterfront Park in Portland, Oregon
WHEN: March 19th 2006
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i had this idea while watching the presidential debate.

i think it sez it all.


it had been awhile uh?
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Can you reach freedom?

I felt I reached it, and I felt I touched Heaven and captured it’s essence on the pads of my finger tips.

She spreads my wings when I can’t; my saviour is no God.
Heaven is no land after death.

Vector and Typography combined.

The words; like my mind, a jumbled mess, pick your way through and find yourself a meaning.
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*i know this satire has been done before but i just had to do my own so spare me those comments*

as you might know all the images come directly from [link] ...the Dept of Homeland Security's website on how to survive a terrorist attack... its really quite laugable.... i hope this is equally as laughable too

props to :two11two: for the insight

...full size print available soon...
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Oil Paints on Corregated board
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