WWII Leaders Get a Dieselpunk Makeover

What if the nations that fought in WWII were led not by mere men, but by diesel-powered cyborgs? It might resemble Sam van Olffen's faux propaganda posters, featuring the likes of Rooseveltron, Stalinator, and Benitobot Mussolinoid.

Van Olffen describes himself as a "graphic sampler," and has been recognized for his dark, fantastical, steampunk-flavored images. Now he has turned the awesome power of collage loose on the Axis and Allied Powers, transforming World War II into a war of mecha suits and proton beams, and its leaders into men who inspire awe on the strength of their technologies as well as their personalities.

WWII Leaders Get a Dieselpunk Makeover

WWII Leaders Get a Dieselpunk Makeover

WWII Leaders Get a Dieselpunk Makeover

WWII Leaders Get a Dieselpunk Makeover

WWII Leaders Get a Dieselpunk Makeover

WWII Leaders Get a Dieselpunk Makeover

WWII Leaders Get a Dieselpunk Makeover

[Sam Van Olffen]