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Girl in black and white making white peace sign grafitti over wall covered with rainbow colored peace signs



Street art painting of a child painting graffiti with 'peace signs' on the wall. Because there is a lot of unrest and wars in the world, she wants to show that there must be peace.


In the 1950s, the 'peace symbol', as it is known today (also known as 'peace and love'), was designed by Gerald Holtom as a logo for the British Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), a group at the forefront of the peace movement in Great Britain. The symbol is a superposition of the semaphore signals for the letters "N" and "D", which stand for "nuclear disarmament".

  • Weight & Size

    • Dimensions: 120 x 80 x 4 cm 
    • Weight: 2.5
    • Shipping weight: 8
  • Tools & Techniques

    • Tools: Brush, Stanley knife, Scissors, Magazine paper
    • Color: Grey, White, Black, Red, Blue, Yellow, Green
    • Technique: Painting, Collage
    • Medium: Canvas, Acrylic paint, Pencil, Paper, Spray Paint
  • Specifications

    • Surface: Linen Canvas
    • Orientation: Horizontal
    • Series: Cityscape and Urban on canvas
    • Theme: Street art, Pop art, Urban, Kids
    • Availability: 1 In Stock
    • Created in 2023
    • Signed certificate
    • Ready to hang

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