Artists Against the War reveals the many ways that illustration can reflect on war. It demonstrates how art examines complex issues and irresistibly communicates its perspective. Artwork from the participants has appeared in The New Yorker, Mother Jones, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Manifesto, News Day, Time, The Progressive, Foreign Policy Magazine, Atlantic, Monthly, The Nation and others.
The fifty -six nationally renowned artists in this remarkable collection turn an unflinching eye on the personal and social consequences of our brutal war in Iraq and now Afghanistan.
The artists' visions in this book may indicate a shift in the national consensus, a radical reassessment of the Iraq invasion. But see for yourself.