Bioshock Infinite posters
Hello, I'm new here and just came to ask a question - I need help writing an article. I am doing a series of essays on war propaganda posters so I started writing one about Bioshock Infinite usage of ww1 propaganda posters. Their posters are taken from already existing ones, as well as some paintings and illustrations. I have managed to find source material for all of those except for one - the poster with a red moon and a woman's head saying her eyes so blue, her skin so white. I am pretty sure they borrowed that one as well, I just can't seem to find where from. If you could tell me what it originally is, you'd help me with my research greatly.
Thanks in advance,
Can you poast a link to the picture .
Nearest thing I could think of was WW2 Nazi Aryan type propaganda
OP means this image:
Doesnt look like a racism type (which its been converted to) propaganda from WW1, but maybe for an anti spy 'loose talk' kind of warning to civilians or soldiers. Or it could be just a product advertisement they have warped.
Thanks for your responses guys @watchman and @Evans0305. That is the poster I was wandering about. I'm pretty sure it's from WW1 or that era - all the others are. If it's a product poster I don't know how to find it (help please) - so far I'we browsed trough all (that are on line at least) WW1 posters and it's not one of them. I've even went trough most of the Brandywine school of illustration and painting (mostly disciples of Howard Pyle) but no luck so far. I got that idea when finding out that one of the posters was actually an adapted illustration of N.C Wyeth (the 'Arm yourself' one) taken from his Poems of american patriotism.
One of these posters (Daddy, what did you do during the siege of Columbia) is not American but British poster from the WW1, so it's possible that this one is also from another country.
Anyhow, thanks again,