Martin Sharp, The Madonna of the Napalm, 1967. Sharp's poster depicted U.S. President Johnson, U.S. Secretary of Defense, Robert McNamara, the pro-war Australian Prime Minister John Gorton, and the U.S. backed South Vietnamese Prime Minister, Nguyen Cao Kỳ.

Martin Sharp, The Madonna of the Napalm, 1967. Sharp's poster depicted U.S. President Johnson, U.S. Secretary of Defense, Robert McNamara, the pro-war Australian Prime Minister John Gorton, and the U.S. backed South Vietnamese Prime Minister, Nguyen Cao Kỳ.

The psychedelic art movement emerged back in the 1960’s and was a mainstream style. The style was based on psychedelic experiences which usually are a result of hallucinating drugs such as LSD. The...

The psychedelic art movement emerged back in the 1960’s and was a mainstream style. The style was based on psychedelic experiences which usually are a result of hallucinating drugs such as LSD. The...

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