Bullfighting Posters

Since I’m developing my manifesto theme around bullfighting, I thought I should make a “new” version of the traditional bullfighting posters.

Much like what happens with the circus, these bullfighting posters were how people spread the information about a bullfight soon to take place in town. They were hand painted and incredibly beautiful, real works of art, which made them quite valuable and a great part of the bullfighting culture itself.

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With this in mind, it makes sense that I use them in my campaign. I shall reinvent the bullfighting poster and adapt it to my cause. Here are a few examples of both traditional and modern bullfighting posters I found online.

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