Propaganda art by nature is bold, declarative, evocative, and inspiring. Think of Uncle Sam’s finger, Rosie the Riveter’s bicep, Stephen Colbert’s middle-distance stare – art can propagate an idea, cast an image, or stir an emotion, and when used correctly, create an icon.
Some propaganda portraits have been about creating a new ideal (we like the confidence and optimism in “Slim”), some were about catching a memory in the act and preserving it in a timeless style (you can taste the summer in “Marvel”).
No matter the goal, every propaganda art piece we’ve made has been a declaration — an announcement of a character, of a goal, of a memory, of something to be to be proud of.
We love making bold art with a sense of purpose and serious style. So go ahead — make a statement!