Show your patriotism for our veterans with this WW2 inspired skull tee, featuring a classic Steel Pot helmet atop a menacing skull. The WW2 white star Army insignia behind him and 30.06 rifle rounds rounds out the design. Perfect for the veteran, WW2 history buff, and anyone who loves skulls! *HURRY BEFORE TIME RUNS OUT! GET YOURS TODAY, AND BE SURE TO SHARE WITH ALL YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA FREINDS*
Tags: united-states-of-america, soldier, american, usa, world-war-ii
The Russian made T34 was one of the best, most rugged and practical tanks of ww2. This fighting vehicle was innovative and easy to mass produce. Although not the best tank of the war, in great numbers it was an effective weapon and one of the best fielded by the Soviet Union. This one is crewed by those pesky dogs of war and is an up-gunned version of the original T34 design. The T34/85
Tags: t34, russian, russia, tank, war
The Churchill tank was Great Britain's entry level heavy tank at the beginning of WW2. it was designed before the war and draws heavily on what was learned about tank warfare during WW1. Think Armour, flat sides and high tracks that could cross trenches was the doctrine at the time and so such the Churchill suffered from having no angled faces capable of deflecting enemy fire. Even so it was a good vehicle and performed admirably for its crews.
Tags: tank, tanks, ww2, world-war-2, wwii
The Focke Wulf 190 was a fear adversary in the skies over Europe during ww2. The D model was the last evolution in the main production series and was designed to fly at high altitude. This design is based on war time imagery in the public domain.
Tags: wolf, sky, retro, flight, airplane
The worlds first operational jet fighter fielded by the Luftwaffe in world war 2. This design is based on a historical photographic in the public domain taken by a member of the American armed forces. The plane is unpainted as supplies at the time were very low and the need for the fighter in combat was high so plane were rushed into service without a colour scheme.
Tags: plane, fighter, jet, ww2, german
New from Dietz Dolls Pinup Photography, the first in a series of 1940s Nose Art style pinups! Harking back to the days of the US Army Air Force during World War 2 when pinups adorned the nose of fighter and bomber aircraft, this design captures a fictional nose of what have actually been during the war. This design features Kayla ontop of a typical WW2 bomb carried by many bombers during the war. This started out as two photographs of a model and the bomb in a studio which were then put through various proprietary techniques to achieve a 1940s pinup art look.
Tags: girl, art, pinup, sexy-women, pin-up-girl
It's an honor to re-draw the shield from an US Army 65th Infantry 3rd Division Regiment that fought on the 2nd WW with great honor and courage. In 2014 this amazing Puertorican received the Congressional gold medal for their service and amazing prowess, OOA!
Tags: taino, ww2, ww2-us-army, puertoriqueno, infantry
part 2 of my dogs of war illustrations. This time it's a Sherman tank with a crew full of fuzzy hounds. The Sherman was a medium tank manufactured in America and fielded by the allies in WW2. This version is a firefly which is a British modification sporting a different turret and a 17 pounder gun that was more capable of knocking out a heavy German tank like the Tiger than the standard Sherman armourment.
Tags: sherman, tank, america, gi, ww2