Art pieces around the topic of conflict and war

Juxtaposed Flowers - peace, natural vs war - violence and death - i like how the design reminds me of the quote "make art not war"

Shoes on the Danube Bank, Budapest | Holocaust Memorials Around The World - BuzzFeed News

Holocaust Memorials Around The World

Collage/ merging images to create chaos - War/ distruction

ucla los angeles times sept 4 by neo innov - Amazing Portrait Illustrations by Florian Nicolle !

Martha Rosler - workflow

Empty Boys from the series House Beautiful: Bringing the War Home, in Vietnam. This is currently my favorite work of art.

The last page in Ruth’s Edexcel A Level Art Unit 3 Sketchbook shows composition plans for her final work. The figure has been carefully positioned within the frame and lighting and colour manipulated to help convey a sombre mood.

War: A Personal Connection (A Level Art)

Ruth Beeley: St George's School, Hertfordshire England Sketchbook page for A Level Art Coursework final artwork. Ruth explored the theme of war, and drew inspiration for sources including Wilfred Owen's poem 'Dulce et Decorum est'.

Bob and Roberta Smith

Bob and Roberta Smith ‘Make Art Not War’, 1997 © Bob and Roberta Smith

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Peter Kennard and Cat Phillipps The Tony Blair 'selfie' Photo Op will have a place in history. Photo Op by kennardphillipps at Catalyst: Contemporary Art and War exhibition at IWM North Photograph: kennardphillipps/Reuters

Rob Mulholland ‘Vestige’ 2009.  Location:David Marshall Lodge Visitors Centre Aberfoyle, Scotland.   Before the First World War this area was open hillside with small sheep farming crofts. The crofters were moved by the government as there was a desperate need for timber after the war. The area was planted with fast growing conifer trees.   You can still see the faint outlines of the crofts within the forest.  I wanted to find a visual form that would represent the past inhabitants of this…

Rob Mulholland, a scottish sculptor who created this series of mirrored, reflective sculpted figures called ‘Vestige’ within the forest around the David Marshall Lodge, Scotland. Camouflaged by their.