Chairman Mao as Elvis Impersonator. Mao or Never. Great satirical art combines classic Chinese Art style with Mao as Elvis The King. By artist Brian Paisley. Postcard.

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Brian Paisley was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, but grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He is most famous in Western Canada for his contributions to the development of Canadian theatre, most notably as the founder of the Edmonton International Fringe Festival, which he modeled after the Edinburgh Fringe. The festival began in 1982 and was the very first Fringe festival in North America. The alternative theatre concept has since spread and been developed as similar 'Fringes' in major cities across the continent including Vancouver, Toronto, Winnipeg, Boston, and New York.

Brian's feature-length screenplay, Lies Like Truth, won the 2003 CHUM TV Reel Edge competition. Along with a million dollar plus budget for the film itself, a 13-part documentary entitled Good To Go was made to chronicle the development of the project from script to screening. The documentary, which featured Brian's insight prominently throughout the series, aired nationally in Canada on the A-Channel network. Lies Like Truth premiered at the 2005 Victoria Independent Film & Video Festival.

Brian Paisley also created the Freedom Fried / George Bush postcards.