The United We Stand art was inspired by actual posters used as propaganda in the communist revolutions around the world, including Eastern Europe, Asia and South America. The tyrants posed their ideologies of oppression and fear with the use of guns. The satirical interpretations of the artwork replaces the guns with guitars. We know now communism didn't work. Ultimately information, art and music won over some of those countries. In the lyrics to the Beatles "Revolution", John Lennon displayed insight when he sang "but if you go carrying pictures of Chairman Mao, you ain’t going to make it with anyone anyhow".
The United We Stand artwork collection was created by legendary artist, Tom Zotos. Zotos has worked with some of the biggest names in music and entertainment, including Hard Rock International, Fender, Walt Disney Company, Lucasfilm, and Warner Bros. His most recognizable images include, “The Art of Walt Disney” collection and “Speechless,” a tribute to Mel Blanc, which is the highest grossing lithograph in the history of animation art.
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