Lou Hirshman

“Cigarette’s Death Head” – 1969

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After becoming aware of reports in 1950 linking cigarette smoking to cancer, Hirshman was among the first wave of smokers to give up the habit. Nearly 20 years later, his anti-tobacco stance turned into a collage to visualize the danger in the stringy form of a skull of smoke.

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