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Uploaded: 06/26/05 4:35 PM GMT
We Will Remember
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“Pop Art brought back the realities of everyday life”. I don't want to try to go too deep with this. I chose this subject because of its impact upon the United States (even the world) as a whole. It is not meant of offend, instead to commemorate.

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ladyturtle27
06/26/05 8:35 PM GMT
Wonderful. Simple, but at the same time very thought provoking.
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Southern_Belle
06/27/05 6:45 PM GMT
Great job. Good luck in the contest. I think you will do well. : )
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People grow through experience if they meet life honestly and courageously. This is how character is built. Eleanor Roosevelt
::verenabloo
07/04/05 1:39 PM GMT
A bit sensitive of a subject to put into pop art category.
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Diiri_Agal
07/11/05 5:49 PM GMT
I disagree with verenabloo. this is powerful, this is amazing, and the subject is certainly not too sensitive.
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postaldude66
07/22/05 7:51 AM GMT
great work, definite pop art. 10/10
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.1bunnyslippers
06/08/06 2:04 AM GMT
Nicely rendered poignant image. Definitely Pop Art. The towers stand out well in the white. Nice simplicity, and we do remember.Thanks for helping us remember..always~
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flippin4fun
06/23/06 4:23 PM GMT
this is nice, I agree with ladyturtle its very thought provoking.
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.Caiden
11/05/06 8:04 PM GMT
Too Sensitive. . . .

If a subject is too sensitive, should we stay away from it? If it needs adressed, or if it is something that aught to be remembered, should we stay away from it, merely because it is sensitive? I think not.

This is something that aught to be remembered. The people of our country, and of the world should see what happens when evil is allowed to roam unchecked. We should remember, and we should let that memory stay vivid and real in our minds, so that we do not allow such atrocities to happen again. Those who forget the past, are destined to repeat it.

This is a great subject for art of any kind. Art should be from the heart of the artist, and it should evoke great emotions. This is both, I feel. I know it is from the heart of the artist, and it evokes in me many emotions. I feel pride in my country, that we did not fall apart and flee in the face of such evil. I feel anger against any who would commit such foul acts. I feel sadness for my american brothers and sisters who lost husbands, and wives, and mothers and fathers and children and friends on that day. And I feel determination. Determination that as long as I live, I will not forget what happened that day. As with the Holocaust, and Pearl Harbor. As with any such atrocity that rises from the ignorance of the innocent, and the knowledge of the wicked, I will remember. I will remember the tears, and the sorrow, and the pain, but I will also remember the heroism and the unity that rose from the ashes that day! The Todd Beamers, and the firemen, and the policemen, and the everyday business men that became heros in the smoke of their agony.

That is what I will remember.

Is It A Sentitive Subject? Yes. Should it be ignored, forgotten, or shied away from as a subject of conversation and art? No. No, A thousand times. No. Let Us Remember. And let that memory make us Better Men and Women.
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