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False Agitation VII

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False Agitation VII Drawing

Patryk Kuleta ᵗʳʸⁿᶦᵈᵃᵈᵃ ᴾᴷ

Poland

Drawing, Ink on Paper

Size: 27.6 W x 39.4 H x 0 D in

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False Agitation [...] Especially during World War II, Hitler was caricatured in numerous animated shorts, including Der Fuehrer's Face, a 1943 Disney wartime propaganda cartoon featuring Donald Duck, and Herr Meets Hare with Bugs Bunny. However, Hitler's first appearance on a Warner Brothers cartoon was in Bosko's Picture Show in 1932 in a short gag where Hitler is shown chasing after Jimmy Durante with an ax. George Grosz painted Cain, or Hitler in Hell (1944) showing the dead attacking Hitler in Hell. The photomontage artist John Heartfield made frequent use of Hitler's image as a target for his brand of barbed satire during Hitler's lifetime. In Fritz Lang's 1941 movie Man Hunt, which opened in theaters before America's entry into the war, Hitler is seen in the scope of a British hunter's rifle. In Ernst Lubitsch's 1942 movie To Be or Not to Be (as well as in Mel Brooks' remake in 1983), an actor from a Polish stage group impersonates Hitler to enable the escape of the troupe to England. In the opening scenes of Citizen Kane (1941), Charles Foster Kane is described and shown as supporting, then denouncing Hitler. Warner Bros. produced wartime cartoons which constantly parodied Hitler and his personality traits and quirks. Most (if not all) cartoons with Hitler and the Nazis as the antagonists ended up with the American hero cartoon character (such as Bugs Bunny or Daffy Duck) making a mockery out of Hitler and his people. source: WIKIPEDIA, Adolf Hitler in popular culture https://www.behance.net/gallery/2039625/False-Agitation

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Drawing:Ink on Paper

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Size:27.6 W x 39.4 H x 0 D in

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Patryk Kuleta, a.k.a. Trynidada on Instagram, was born in north of Poland in 1978. Grows up surrounded by magical forests, lakes and hills in the region of Kashubian Lake District also called Kashubian Switzerland. Attends to High School of Applied Arts in Gdynia which he finishes with honors and then moves for couple of years to Manchester, UK. After his adventure with England moves back to Poland and graduates at the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź with one of the best diploma works of the year in specialization "lithograph techniques" then he moves to Warsaw and starts working as a freelance graphic designer for Adidas and other fashion apparel companies. At the same time he discovers the beauty of photography and of the frame-by-frame animation. He mainly works with his smartphone, but is fluent in working with DSLR cameras too. Currently lives, paints, photographs and enjoys beautiful landscapes of Gdańsk and Tri-city area also the Kashubian region and the coast of Baltic Sea.

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