SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA STREET ART / SCULPTURE: “UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER” by SEWARD JOHNSON

“Unconditional Surrender,” by Seward Johnson. Located at the San Diego Waterfront. Inspired by the spontaneous celebration at New York City’s Time Square in 1945, when Americans found out that WWII had ended.

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10MAR13. San Diego, CA.

7 thoughts on “SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA STREET ART / SCULPTURE: “UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER” by SEWARD JOHNSON

  1. Point of interest, look the the REAL story behind the original black and white photo, you will change your point of view on all of these.

      1. Question remains, whether Mendosa was aware or not that he was going to be photographed right now. Eisenstaedt must have been positioned right in front of him. Thank you for the information. Cheers, Michel

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