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Poster, 'Peace on where?'

Poster, 'Peace on where?', colour screenprint on paper, designed by Toni Robertson, made by Deja Vu Poster Workshop, Canberra, ACT, Australia, 1983

A Christmas 1983 poster featuring a colour photographic screenprinted design of Ronald Reagan holding two Christmas crackers in his hands on a deep red background featuring globes of the world and Christmas holly. The text on the poster is printed on this background 'Peace on where?" Blue cowboy figures and the words 'Bang' and 'ang' are also superimposed onto Reagan's suit.
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