"We have ridiculed Hitler in a way that invites young people to create their own style and not to be influenced by their peers."

One thing Nazis were very adapt at besides wreaking havoc and destroying the lives of millions, was the effective use of graphic propaganda to facilitate their reign of terror. Everything within the Nazi framework was subject to a strict design regiment — banners, posters, uniforms, symbols.

They created an effective (and disturbingly pleasing) aesthetic that both defined and enhanced their terrifying plans.

Hitler, was, after all an artist. Or at least he fancied himself so.

Does a vision of a Pink Hitler demonstrate Cambia Style's intent?

Or does it miss the mark because the Nazis were so able with style?

via The Telegraph, via Althouse.

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