First one is awesome, I take it its supposed to be symbolic of how the frontline guys are controllable by their superiors, hence the strings like puppets?
At least that's how my cynical mind chose to percept it. That's what I call an "ART", something that makes you think.
Back to the Front!
I like it..
bodies fill the fields i see, the slaughter never ends
controversial as fuck, I am sure I saw anti-war propaganda like this, I really enjoyed the concept, so props to you.
Or maybe their just toys.
As for the pictures: I feel the second one is altogether unnecessary, but the first one is fairly well done and the idea is interesting. Conveying the dramatic angle that soldiers are, in a sense, puppets to the wills of superiors and in the sense of Vietnam that often times honest young men were disposed of in battle for questionable reasons is an interesting concept. Like gudman said, it's pictures like these that are more worthy of being called artistic because it makes the viewer think.
millions of people
you have called idiots
for varying reasons
u don't even know them people tho...................................
Willing to kill is a crime against humanity, no matter why or how you do this - with a knife you took to rob someone, or with a military grade rifle that government gave you.