Fan Art Propaganda

| February 26, 2012 More

TheMarySue found this great expressive propaganda piece amongst all the fan created items in the Hunger Games CafePress Store.

To me it is a great explanation of what would be seen in posters in the Districts.

What do you think? Does this portray what would be seen accurately? This is actually available only on shirts and bags.


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Category: Fan Art, Movie, News, The Books

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  1. Ada says:

    Well, if we want to be a snob about it, in actuality the picture portrayed here is like a middle class family- and the style of it is a little bit off. (1950’s instead of… whatever time THG is) but of course it’s still a great representation of a prop. poster and i love the captions and the symbol best.

  2. Jasmine says:

    I like it!

    Thanks for keeping us informed on this website, you’re doing a great job! :)

  3. clove says:

    I agree. From what we saw in the trailer, people in the districts don’t even dress like this. I think the style is a little off, too. It’s good that they included the Capitol symbol at least, but I don’t really think this is the kind of thing they would have in the districts.

  4. hungergamesfan!!! says:

    I like it- this is the “ideal” district family the Capitol would want to portray!

  5. Riley says:

    I LUVVV This, it’s now my wallpaper on the computer! THANX whoever foud this

  6. Love of Peeta says:

    The style of it is off. But I like it because this is probably what the Capitol would want to portray tesserae as. When all you actually get from it is grain and oil and a higher chance of being in the Games. I love it.

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  8. Meghan says:

    LOL i have the original poster in my kitchen and it says “will have lots to eat this winter wont we mother?” “GROW YOUR OWN CAN YOUR OWN!” lol thats soooo funny i love it!!

  9. Elise says:

    It looks like it’s a happy upbeat thing but really your putting your name in a bowl of death!

  10. Foxface says:

    It’s creepy, but embodies the feel of the reaping. Fantastic!

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