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Isn’t this the best?!

Adolf Hitler was enraged at the great popularity of those foreign movies, and was most angry when he was told that members of the Nazi party would sometimes come to assemblies with Mickey Mouse pins on their lapels.

Anyway, this is where this statement led me…hope you enjoy!


The Rorschach inkblot test is a method of psychological evaluation in which subjects’ perceptions of inkblots are recorded and then analyzed using, depending on the psychologist, intuitive insight, complex scientifically derived algorithms, or both. Some psychologists use this test to try to examine the personality characteristics and emotional functioning of their patients. It has been employed in diagnosing underlying thought disorder and differentiating psychotic from nonpsychotic thinking in cases where the patient is reluctant to admit openly to psychotic thinking.
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This test was created by German psychologist Hermann Rorschach in 1921.


After Hitler’s takeover in 1933, Mickey Mouse initially remained on the German scene; but in 1941, when war was declared on the USA, he was banned in Germany. Hitler actually enjoyed Disney’s shorts. However, when he saw the 1929 Mickey Mouse cartoon, The Barnyard Battle, his opinion quickly changed. The short depicted World War I German soldiers as feline foils for Mickey. This could have been a reason that eventual lead towards the character being banned from Nazi Germany.
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Comments

  • santakaoss
    santakaossabout 5 years ago

    LOOKS GREAT on black & cranberry coloured t-shirts.

  • nofrillsart
    nofrillsartabout 5 years ago

    Thanks Santakaoss! I like the asphalt myself.

  • stuartm65
    stuartm65about 5 years ago

    Fantastic!

  • rubyred
    rubyredabout 5 years ago

    It’s a butterfly, aren’t they all butterflies? It scares me a little, I have a phobia of butterflies. Nazis with Mickey Mouse pins – strange. Clever Glen.

  • Natalie Tyler
    Natalie Tylerabout 5 years ago

    Great tee and interesting inspiration Glen! You know, The Rorschach inkblot would make a cool topic for a tee challenge ;)

  • Naf4d
    Naf4dabout 5 years ago

    Great tee (agree with Nat – would make a good challenge)

  • zomboy
    zomboyabout 5 years ago

    yes I like this – would make a great challenge. Great T!

  • Tom Douce
    Tom Douceabout 5 years ago

    Like this a lot, especially the detail u put in! Nice tee again mate
    Douce

  • Scott Robinson
    Scott Robinsonabout 5 years ago

    Damn that`s cool Glen…
    I see some caniibal lecter style containment mask, but that`s just me..

    Definately an amazing piece and inspiration

  • Danny
    Dannyabout 5 years ago

    NoFrillsArt enters Lucan territory?
    Actually, you’ve been heading in this direction for ages and most new people wouldn’t have a clue who Lucan is these days.
    SO in closing
    Great piece
    Loves it

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