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Atop the army back pack sits two pistols, and flowers growing from an upside down army helmut representing the fallen soldier. Underneath the back pack, visible only if you remove the ring and look underneath, is the soldier's face. It is not a pro-war piece, nor an anti-war piece, but instead is designed to trigger emotions and trigger thought about how most tend to focus on the act of war itself and the controversy of war, but tend to forget the individual soldiers effected. Copywritten by Rebecca Rose 2009.