The purpose of this paper is to present the interaction between the concepts of consumerism within various conspiracy theories of the late 1990s, on one hand, and their reflection in graphics, on the other.
The paper will analyse the interplay between the moralistic and
conspiratorial denunciations of consumerism in different conspiracy theories of that epoch and the means and techniques of graphic
expression that were utilised in respective graphic and design products.
Dimensions6 x 9 in 44 pgs
Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)