Polish artists had to get past a censorship board before any of their political posters were printed and publicly displayed, but irony and satire were incorporated so that board members wouldn’t realize their true meaning. This obstacle forced the artists to be more metaphorical rather than straight-forward, which actually ended up helping them transform their work into something very unique and meaningful.


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