Uncle Sam I Want You for U.S. Army poster.
"Keep 'em flying" is our battle cry!" World War II 1942 Army
Recruiting poster art. Art features 1940's U.S. army planes with
the American flag in the background.
Marines recruitment poster in 1917 promising travel and
adventure. A marine rides a tiger or cheetah backwards. The
poster asks you to enlist for 2-3 or 4 years.
Buy Liberty Bonds World War I poster with the words, "Lend as
they fight". In the poster two soldiers fight a desperate battle
as one is already wounded.
We Can Do It Poster
Rosie the Riveter is an historical and cultural icon
from World War II. She represented the American women who
worked in factories during the war that produced war
supplies and ammunition. Rosie was first mentioned in a song
written by Redd Evans and John Jacob Loeb. The song went to
be recorded by a number of artists. In 1942, Pittsburg
artist J. Howard Miller created this work of art for the war
effort. It was entitled "We Can Do It!" featuring whom is
now referred to in the poster as Rosie the Riveter.
My version of Rosie with Lucky Cat
Uncle Sam at war poster
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Based on an original World War I poster, it's Uncle Sam
fighting for freedom and the good old United States of
America. This poster celebrates freedom and July 4th. Great
for patriotic Americans and those that love fourth of July
fireworks and good old Uncle Sam.
I've also posted posters and art that I've made of my cartoon
character Lucky who has his own book series I have created. For
more on Lucky's book series.