This group of work is centred on propaganda inspire by past propaganda posters and world war body. I looked firstly into propaganda surrounding racism and then looking into current affairs like the coronavirus. I looked into the things that needed the most awareness bringing to them, things like hygiene, money, protests, staying home and mental health. I wanted to create a poster that was easy to duplicate but still looks good and gets my message across. Using the slogan ‘love wins’ as the basis for my final piece, because positivity and being united in our community in this time, will always beat negativity. I made these pieces using acrylic paints on canvas board. This piece was made to highlight the importance that we carry on social distancing to control the spread of covid-19. This piece has been made to give positive reinforcement that we are doing well by staying at home and that if we stay united we will grow stronger. Linking back to the propaganda posters of the first world war when they promoted communities to come together with rationing and making equipment for the war. Much like the propaganda posters I used bold writing and simplistic colour in the drawing, as I want the attention to be the slogan and the meanings behind the slogan.