I’ve always loved the imagery of World War II, so I was thrilled to see these very cool posters from Victory Garden of Tomorrow. These are fabulous!
I was thumbing through the latest issue of Martha Stewart Living, the one with the gorgeous vegetables on the cover. I read Martha for inspiration, which I then filter through my reality screen to arrive at something the average human without minions can accomplish. This process is made more painless by the fact that my mom gives me her copies as soon as she reads them, so I don’t have to shell out for imagination fodder.
Anyway, the editors showcased some of the designs by Joe Wirtheim. He and his tiny design studio have created a series of art that invokes the best of WWII-era propaganda while pushing the latest in the modern homefront–great gardens in great cities.
Congrats on a super idea, Victory Garden of Tomorrow! The Fraudulent Farmgirl salutes you!