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"Artzy" Art during World War II


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WWII Letters links Initial Artzybasheff images

Boris Artzybasheff's Political Cartoons in Life Magazine:

These images will start the discussion about political cartoons and other types of cartoons during World War II.  Each lesson will return to these cartoons for further analysis.

Image 1:

1942. For Wickwire Spencer Steel Company:  "You Asked For It, Jap," Advertisement.  Time, 27 July 1942, v. 40, no. 4.  As reproduced in Henry R. Luce, Time, p. 72.  P.I. Prentice.

 

Image 2:

1942.  Wickwire Spencer Steel Company.  "Wickwire Fence Foils Axis,"  Advertisement. Time, 9 November 1942, v. 40, no. 19.  As reproduced in Henry R. Luce, Time, p.104. P.I. Prentice.

 

Image 3: 

1942.  Wickwire Spencer Steel Company:  "Straining the Axis," Advertisement.  Time, 12 October 1942, v. 40, no. 14.  As reproduced in Henry R. Luce, Time, p. 103.  P.I. Prentice.

 

Image 4:

1942.  Wickwire Spencer Steel Company:  "Springs With Stings"

 

 

Image 5:

1942.  Wickwire Spencer Steel Company:  "Wire With Kick In It," Advertisement.  Time, 31 August 1942, v. 40, no. 9.  As reproduced in Henry R. Luce, Time, p.96.  P.I. Prentice.