Yisrael Medad suggested a poster series to me, and how could I resist?
UPDATE: Wow, controversy! I'm getting emails as well as comments from people who are offended by these as well as those who love them.
I don't view the posters as tremendously sexist, although I see many women do. From my perspective they are using images that are quite tame nowadays to allude to an earlier era (hence my choice of fonts - although I think that the top one is Jane Russell from the 1940s, and she wasn't a stripper.) Yisrael chose the images and text, I did the layout.
Controversy is good in general when you want to get a message out, and that is what the aim is; I prefer messages that are more direct but there is a place for this approach (as in PETA's campaigns.) I have my doubts as to the effectiveness of the message, to be honest, as it is not obvious how to draw the line from the photo to the message. Maybe putting a leftist's head on a photo instead:
Nobody Lives Forever, Including Shimon Peres, 1923-2016
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