Living Insignia, WWI

Following on from the post Massed troops, WWI, here is a selection of “Living Insignia” images made by Arthur Mole in 1918.

“Arthur S. Mole was an English commercial artist who became famous for a series of “living photographs” made during World War I, in which tens of thousands of soldiers, reservists and other members of the military were arranged to form massive compositions.”

- Wikipedia

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1 comment to Living Insignia, WWI

  • Lady Crafthole

    These are amazing! I’d love to see some photos from different angles to see how distorted the had to be :-)

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