Art pieces around the topic of conflict and war

This is a political design. The use or lack of colour helps extenuate the point the creator wants to create. The use of flowers, as a severe contrast to violence and war, also shows the message of peace, not war. Powerful visuals in a simple way.

Shepard Fairey for The Amplifier Foundation

Women's Marches creativity

“Artist Shepard Fairey behind the iconic "Hope" poster of Obama releases series of inspiring images in time for

"The mental stress that results from living in an organized society has always been recognized as a possible explanation of mental illness.."

"The mental stress that results from living in an organized society has always been recognized as a possible explanation of mental illness.

"Bombing For Peace Is Like Fucking For Virginity." This was on a sign in the 1960s during during a Vietnam War protest.

"Bombing For Peace Is Like Fucking For Virginity." This was on a sign in the during during a Vietnam War protest. This photograph represents the opposing views that many Americans during this time had against the Vietnam war.

Wow, this picture stirs a lot of emotion for me in this social media day and age |  |Camilo Matiz, Miami Art Basel

Wow, this picture stirs a lot of emotion for me in this social media day and age Camilo Matiz, Miami Art Basel

We cant feed the Poor but we can Fund a War by NME, UK, 12/15 (LP). This is an excellent example of great Street Art with a very important message.

By Lara Trace (former editor of the Pequot Times It happened years ago… but I can still feel myself outside the Pequot Museum on a bench and the wind is really blowing and J…

March With History's Greatest Writers On Your Side, Thanks To Molly Crabapple's Protest Art | The Huffington Post

March With History's Greatest Writers On Your Side, Thanks To This Protest Art by Molly Crabapple

Protest Art: After Ferguson, Artists Respond to the Movement - NBC News

African American Art Community's Response to Black Lives Matter

the-gasoline-station: “America 1968 2015 TIME’s Baltimore Cover With Aspiring Photographer Devin Allen Source: TIME ”

A History of Graphic Design: Chapter 60: Posters in Social Protests

"Power to the People: POWER & EQUALITY," social protest for the rights of African-Americans in graphic design posters. Silk screen poster designed by Shepard Fairey. Bold colors, simple shapes, and the lines really draw the eyes inward.

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