Letters on her armband read ‘PVM' [People's Volunteer Militia]
This tattoo caricaturing members of the militia [police] and the people’s volunteer militia was worn by convicts hostile to both organisations and was widespread in the 1960s.
Barry Windsor Smith, prints from the Gorblimey Press,
-King Arthur Pendragon. The lord of Camelot, wielder of Excalibur, and Patriarch of British Empirism.
-Sir Galahad, the Perfect Knight (Illegitimate son of Sir Launcelot, and most probably a Jesus Allegory from Arthurian Legends)
-Sir Launcelot du Lake, son of King Ban of Benwick, Knight of the Round Table, and the greatest Swordsman of the Arthurian Tales.
Yugo M70 with “Trench Art” (What you’re looking at is 100% carved/engraved woodwork done by a soldier during the Yugoslav Wars. Since many AK rifles were in the hands of militia, mercenaries and civilians, they would often decorate their rifles out of boredom while waiting for a battle. Most are crude carvings, other times they would put stickers of almost anything…I’ve seen Ninja Turtle, Beverly Hills 90210 and nude women stickers on some of these rifles. This one though was done by some soldier with a lot of time and talent.)
U.S Helmets of second world war.