Artist Replaces Weapons With Flowers In Historic Pictures – Design You Trust

Artist Replaces Weapons With Flowers In Historic Pictures


These sensible collages by French artistic Blick take a stand for pacifism that’s directly highly effective and humorous. The artist took historic photographs depicting troopers on obligation or at struggle and changed their weapons with gigantic flower illustrations, making them look notably pleasant and delicate.


This brief thoughts-scary collage collection juxtaposes the terrors of wartime with the indicators of peace and hope. The vivid flowers and cartoonish shark tooth on preventing plane stand out within the black and white pictures superbly.


The collection mirrors the bittersweet peace demonstrations through the Vietnam conflict, the place flowers got to troopers or put into the barrels of their weapons by the civil protesters.


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