Category Archives: propaganda

FREE MSFF posters!

BRUTE! Propaganda created this poster specially for the Manhattan Short Film Festival, in 2007.

Printed on glossy photo paper, this heroic poster comes in two formats and is signed by the artist, Aidan Hughes.

For a limited period, we’ll be giving these posters FREE to customers who buy items from BRUTE! Products Shop.

Spending over €70 will get you the A4 size while those purchasing items over €150 will receive the larger A3 format.

We only have a limited number to give away so order your items now to take advantage of this free offer!

Fight the Jab posters at Anti-Vaccine Rally

aidart_on tourOn Saturday 12th December 2009 concerned citizens of Edinburgh in Scotland UK took to the streets with a message of taking the truth to power as they walked down the city’s Royal Mile toward the Scottish parliament building where they congregated to make their message heard to the powers that be.

BRUTE!s free Fight the Jab propaganda posters were spotted at the rally.

To get yours, please contact bruteprop@gmail.com for details.

New Abe Lincoln! Now in Large format Canvas Print.

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Due to public demand, BRUTE! Propaganda are proud to present their Abraham Lincoln Special Edition canvas print.

Each one of these beautiful full-color illustrations are printed onto medium-weight canvas and glazed before they are stretched and mounted on custom-made wooden frames built in our Prague workshop.

For those who wish to honor this legendary US president in materials as long-lasting as his legacy, the Lincoln Special Edition canvas print is a must for every freedom-lover.

Rare BRUTE! artworks discovered

A pic of me with one of the animation frames from ADAW
A pic of me with one of the animation frames from ADAW
During my long-postponed visit to the UK this month, I came across a number of original artworks.
Stored in air-tight folders and packed into a steel chest, items from the early to late 90’s (including a number of animation frames and storyboards from the two animations I did for KMFDM) came to light as well as a treasure trove of ink originals, sketch books, silkscreens and graphic porn – all in perfect condition.
P1040434Discovery of lost 9/11 series.

I will be auctioning many of these rare items on eBay in a month or so, so please keep watching this space.

Please contact us at bruteprop@gmail.com for samples and inventory or go here: http://www.theultraheavybeat.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2995

Popaganda Show Price List


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We’ve been getting a lot of emails from people who couldn’t make it to the Popaganda exhibition for details and prices so I have posted the price list for the show above.

Prices are in Czech krowns so I have included a link to a currency converter below.

Any further enquiries, you can contact us here bruteprop@gmail.com

Show ends July 13th Address: Mad Bar, Plaska 5, Mala Strana, Praha 5 (CZR)

Currency converter:
http://www.xe.com/ucc/

BRUTE! Exhibition – Prague


I decided, after several requests, to stage an exhibition of my work at a small bar gallery in Prague’s famous Mala Strana district.
The owners of Mad Bar (Plaska 5, Praha 5), keen promoters of modern art, suggested I use their restaurant to display my Popaganda-themed work. Instead of using the more intense images for which I’ve become known, I instead chose a selection of more colourful creations.
This is also the first time I’ve employed the digital print-to-canvas system and I was very impressed with the results (although it didn’t work so well with the black-heavy prints).

The gallery organiser turned out to be useless so Zuzana, my Czech girlfriend and PA, stepped in to organise the prints and help with the installation while I sent out eVites and set up Facebook events to promote the show.
Installation was pretty quick and glitch-free thanks to a fluid hanging system employed by the architects to protect the heritage building.

A
last minute problem with the burning of the showreel led to me missing Gilbert Shelton and Robert Crumb’s talk at the Lanterna across the bridge from the exhibition but there was a healthy turn-out for the event with several skate decks and canvases sold.


Show ends July 13th