Jul
05

The Art of War Zones

By
Udairi

 

There are many images from conflict of service members in combat, flying planes, moving supplies, interacting with civilians, and returning home, but there are very few of their…artwork.  The Graffiti of War Project is trying to amend that by collecting the art on tanks, old buildings, and portable toilets and publishing it on their website, and ultimately in a book.  The following are some of the project’s powerful images created by service members as well as by civilians in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kuwait.  To hear an interview with the founder of Graffiti of War, listen to our show this week “The Art of War” or the individual piece “The Graffiti of War” on our website warnewsradio.org. To see more images or get involved with the project, visit graffitiofwar.com.

 

Daddy
Allah
Alone
Memorial
Iraq0113
Saddam
Tank2
Paradise
Iraq0044
Tank
Iraq0646
Iraq1364
Welcome
Wall2
Torpedo
Iraq1387
Iraq1350
Wall
Kirkuk
Planes

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