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Darkroom Dynamics by Jim Stone

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John Heartfield, finding the techniques of photomontage suited to the expression of his political and visual convictions, created brilliantly original anti-fascist propaganda between the world wars. Heartfield’s title in this 1935 piece reads “Hurrah, the butter is all gone.” The caption below is from a speech made by Goering in Hamburg: “Iron has made an empire strong, butter and oil have only made the people fat.”

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This is interesting, this photographic cookbook written by numerous chefs who may have never met, whose recipes may not be compatible on the same table, and who most importantly may disagree ...

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