Facebook’s propaganda posters have long been legendary for their cool design, bold typography, and even bolder messages.
In fact, Facebook used to employ a so-called “Minister of Propaganda” to create the posters in Facebook’s Analogue Research Lab studio.
The posters — which say things like “Proceed and be bold” or depict graphical images of bananas — decorate the halls of Facebook’s various headquarters worldwide.
The posters aren’t available for sale (although a few did go up for auction last November), which make them a hot commodity among graphic designers and fans of the social network alike. And since Facebook’s headquarters aren’t open to the public, getting a look at the famed art isn’t an easy task.
A visitor to Facebook’s Tokyo headquarters sent Business Insider photos of the posters during a recent visit. While all guests at Facebook’s headquarters have to sign non-disclosure agreements, the pictures below were snapped in entrance hall.
Scroll down to check out Facebook’s famous artwork.