I’ve been reading World War Z. It’s a lot of fun – creepy – but fun! There was an excerpt on page 92, about the battle in Yonkers, that inspired another propaganda poster:

We shake hands under the station’s mural of VICTORY, easily the most recognizable image of the American experience in World War Z. Originally taken from a photograph, it depicts a squad of soldiers standing on the New Jersey side of the Hudson River, their backs turned to us as they watch dawn break over Manhattan.

The quote struck an image, and an idea. In a war, is victory worth the cost? Is there ever truly a victor when everything loved and fought for is destroyed?

Drawn in Corel Draw and manipulated in Photoshop.

Brad is. ’nuff said.

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  • artisandelimage
    artisandelimagealmost 5 years ago

  • Thanks!

    – Talking Watermelon

  • coppertrees
    coppertreesalmost 5 years ago


    Congratulations, Thank you for sharing your Art with us.

  • Cool! Thank you!

    – Talking Watermelon

  • Ushna Sardar
    Ushna Sardaralmost 5 years ago

  • David Lamb
    David Lambalmost 5 years ago

    Incredible! Love the old school propaganda look, beautiful work.

  • Magi5760
    Magi5760almost 5 years ago

    Well done!

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