Ad Nut
May 11, 2017

Propaganda-style posters make bold points about Vietnamese women

A campaign for the Vietnamese Women's Museum by Dentsu Vietnam adopts the visual language of state propaganda.

The Vietnamese Women’s Museum, in Hanoi, with Dentsu Vietnam, has created a series of posters that combine images of strong women from the country's past with references to today's equality struggle and social-media trends.

The result is a set of images that attract not only Ad Nut's eye but also mind. They provide a glimpse into the crucial role women have played in the country's history and immediately make one want to learn more. Which...

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