Guns and Roses by Shepard Fairey is a street artist forcing society to look at war using social and political activism though his art work. He uses images of propaganda from the 50s and 60s especially from Russia taking misleading images promoting war and turning them into art. In this image there is a sense of emotion towards peace and war and having that peace instead of war.
500 Greatest Albums of All Time: Guns N' Roses, 'Appetite for Destruction' | Rolling Stone Geffen, 1987 #62 The biggest-selling debut album of all time, Appetite for Destruction, features a lot more than the yowl of Indiana-bred W. Axl Rose, the only member still in Guns N' Roses. Guitarist Slash gave the band blues emotion and punk energy, while the rhythm section brought the funk on hits such as "Welcome to the Jungle" and "Mr. Brownstone."