The Mushroom Kingdom Needs You In These Super Mario Propaganda Posters

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WWII style Mario Propaganda Posters by Fro Design

The Koopas are fighting. Why aren’t you? That’s the questioned posed by these WWII-style Mario propaganda posters by Fro Design. These posters envision a world where Bowser has to drum up support for his endless war against Mario, the red menace.

The posters reimagine Piranha Plants as part of every victory garden and the coin blocks as donation boxes for the war effort. Even the ghosts of Koopas are caught in this battered landscape, still fighting for a nebulous cause. Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori, y’all.

Fro Design recently expanded the collection to a total of 17 posters available for sale here. We’ve place our favorites below, and you can view the others at Fro Design or Pleated Jeans.

WWII style Mario Propaganda Posters by Fro Design

WWII style Mario Propaganda Posters by Fro Design

WWII style Mario Propaganda Posters by Fro Design

Super Mario Brothers WWII style Propaganda Posters by Fro Design

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