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Anti-racism poster  Mike Constable, 1981  Mike Constable has been developing political cartoons and social commentary in Toronto since his involvement in the underground newspaper Guerilla in the early seventies. His edgy commentary and powerful imagery reminded people that racism was not an issue isolated to South Africa. This poster was produced in response to an announcement that the Klu Klux Klan had set up recruitment offices in Parkdale.

An exhibition that traces the development and evolution of Toronto’s alternative culture from the and

Mrs. Dowling's Art Blog: Drawing and Painting 2 & 3 Social Commentary

It's so sickening how corporations offering practically nothing of value market to children. Brainwashing at critical stages that have such a lasting and damaging effect.

Its fantastic to see you found a way to make a bit of social commentary pro love and tolerance

It’s fantastic to see you found a way to make a bit of social commentary, pro love and tolerance…

It’s fantastic to see you found a way to make a bit of social commentary, pro love and tolerance out of a few bites of fruitcake! Welcome to The Weekly Knob!

4d424b9b586d1e66538528a74e9d0dad.jpg 347×480 pixels  This piece clearly juxtaposes the common sights among the homeless with what appears to be a wealthy person who is dogged by her own addictions

Greed by Jennifer Yoswa, sold. This is the last week of Jennifer's Seven Deadly Sins show.

social art gallery | ... Humor and Social Commentary, Eduardo Salles Art Gallery - Karma Jello

Illustrated Humor and Social Commentary, Eduardo Salles Art Gallery

"Cinismo Ilustrado - El Espiritu de los cinicos", some awesome creations of illustrator Eduardo Salles, who offers us beautiful slices of bitter cynicism

Broken Frontier Awards 2017: Announcing the Winners – Social Commentary and Comics Activism Prevails, and Annie Koyama is Our First 'Hall of Fame' Inductee – Broken Frontier

Broken Frontier Awards Announcing the Winners – Social Commentary and Comics Activism Prevails, and Annie Koyama is Our First 'Hall of Fame' Inductee – Broken Frontier

Rhetorical Analysis: This image shows the acceptance that people seek on social media sites such as Facebook.  Ethos is presented in this picture because when people post a statement or picture they hope to receive a respectable amount of likes in return so they can feel as if their work is deemed credible by others.  This connects to our other discussions on rhetorical features because visual humor is used to highlight the ego's that can be seen as a byproduct of social media.

These 19 Photos Show Us Exactly What's Wrong With Society. The 12th One Sums It Up Perfectly.

British illustrator John Holcroft illustrates the present day modern problems with biting satire. His style is inspired on advertisements from the With his graphics Holcroft takes a look at t…

The 10 best music videos of 2017, from Kendrick Lamar to Haim  ||  The year provided a range of visually daring, often audacious videos that were also able to provide powerful social commentary. Here’s our pick of the 10 best https://www.theguardian.com/music/2017/dec/18/the-10-best-music-videos-2017?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest

The 10 best music videos of 2017, from Kendrick Lamar to Haim

The year provided a range of visually daring, often audacious videos that were also able to provide powerful social commentary. Here’s our pick of the 10 best By Jonathan Bernstein

Illustrated Humor and Social Commentary, Eduardo Salles Art Gallery

Illustrated Humor and Social Commentary, Eduardo Salles Art Gallery

Illustrated Humor and Social Commentary, Eduardo Salles Art Gallery - Third Monk

Good for issues based portriats

I like the idea of having the words in the background to show stereotypes and how things have changed

~Corvette LeFace. If her audience doesn’t get too caught up in sex appeal-they just might learn something. This isn't just stripping. "Burlesque has to be the perfect combination of tease, sex appeal, humor and social commentary. It’s not enough to be a beautiful girl seductively stripping out of a gorgeous dress-there needs to be a story behind it. Burlesque came out of Vaudeville, which used humor and sexy, dirty jokes-but was also a way for people to comment on what was going on in the…

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