To pay respects to one of the greatest leaders of all time, artists and humanitarians from all across the world have created these Mahatma Gandhi tributes. Each creation is special in its own way, but they all pay respects to the iconic leader of peace.
With the use of shadows, artist Alex Cherry made a bold recreation of Gandhi's legendary face where the classic features of Gandhi jump out. He was known for his round glasses and bushy mustache, which many artists focus on especially in some of the minimalist re-creations. India even marked a day to ban smoking where tons of children dressed up with fake mustaches and shower caps.
All of these Gandhi tributes do a superb job of honoring one of the greatest leaders for peace of all time.
From Minimalist Portraits to Honorary Street Murals
Posthumous Witness Posters
Invitation to an Assassination Series Showcases History
Leo Burnett India Creates Mahatma Gandhi Font
Iconic Birthday Celebrations
World's Largest Smoking Ban for Ghandi's 139th
Historical Character Figurines
Little Giants Mini-Figures Collection Makes Prodigies Playful
LA vs War Installation
Paper Crafts Gone Wild
Build a 17ft High Ghandi
Enigmatic Icon Tributes
Alex Cherry's Stencil-y Paintings Pay Homage to Public Figures
Famous Faceless Portraits
Ali Al Sumayin Illustrates Celebrities With No Actual Facial Features
Famous Skeletal Faces
The Anatomy of Skulls Series Showcases Famous Characters Sans Flesh
Iconic Eyewear Art
The Moxy Creative 'Framework' Posters Celebrates Famous Frames
The Ali Jabbar 'Simple Public Figure' Project Omits Facial Features