VICTORY! by Brad MacDuff

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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.


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Brad is. ’nuff said.

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  • lianne
    lianneover 4 years ago

    Gorgeous visual representation of what you’ve quoted here Brad and what you have gotten from the book. Marvelous tee!!

  • msdebbie
    msdebbieover 4 years ago

    Congratulations Brad – a critique of propaganda is very relevant to reimagining the world; art which very distinctly touches peoples soul and shows a creative and unique voice that inspires and urges us to look at our world in new and exciting ways

  • TylerScott
    TylerScottabout 4 years ago

    There aren’t words to describe how cool this is. Awesome work!

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